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Homework Help & Math Lab Information


Homework Help & Math Lab will be starting MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd.  It will be held every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm. Please click here to view the schedule.  Homework Help is help for all subjects (ELA, Social Studies, Science, other) and Math Lab is specifically for students that need help with Math.  Students are expected to stay the entire hour unless signed out early by a parent/family member.  There will be no agreement or pass necessary this year to attend, this is a drop in program, so go when you need the extra help, but be aware that poor behavior may limit you from attending.

The MONARCH Newsletter

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Masuda Color Run 2015

Get Prepared for Your Future!

Save the Date! 

Talent Monkey will be hosting their Bright Future Career Conference to benefit Orange County Students, Grades 7 and Up!

Held on Saturday, April 18th, 2015  at Mariners Church in Irvine.

Click Here for a flier and more information.


Want to Learn Japanese?

Got chopsticks?  Love Japanese food?  Love anime?  Love Japanese technology and culture?  Want to learn Japanese?  If you said "Yes!!" to any of these questions, come join us for FREE Japanese mini-lessons to be held in the Masuda Media Center on 2/26 and 3/5 from 1:00-1:30pm.  For more information, click on the link below!  See you there!

Click here for a flier


Deadline to Order a Yearbook: April 3rd
The last day to order your 2014-15 yearbook is Friday, April 3rd. Yearbooks will not be available for purchase at the end of the year, so reserve your copy now. Please bring $30 cash, or a check made out to Masuda Middle School, to the back o... Continue
Posted by: Jill Crooks
Published: 3/2/15

Pasta for Pennies Fundraiser
From March 2-20th, the Helping Hands Club is organizing our annual drive for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.  Last year our school raised $2700, and our goal this year is $3000!

Students can bring in change, paper money or checks made o... Continue
Posted by: Lorri Walton
Published: 3/2/15

Talent Show Tryout Information
Do you have a talent that involves singing, dancing, playing an instrument, or another unique activity that needs to be shown to the Masuda students, staff, and parents?  YOU are wanted!  Come to an information meeting in room C2 on... Continue
Posted by: Jennifer Johnson
Published: 3/1/15

Measles Information

In light of the current outbreak of measles in Orange County, the following information is being provided.  At this point, we do not have any suspected or confirmed measles cases within our FVSD schools.  We will keep you posted as to next steps should we receive information otherwise.

Please click here for information in English.

Please click here for information in Vietnamese.







Mr. Mayfield's 2014 Washington DC Trip

Masuda Middle School

17415 Los Jardines West

Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Office Hours:

8:00am - 4:00pm


714-378-4259 fax

Top 4 Front Office Tips

  1. Please advise the front office of any changes to your emergency card.  For your child's safety, it is imperative that these cards are kept current.
  2. Please arrive to school on time.  Late students should report to the front office with a signed note from the parent or doctor.  These notes will be kept on file in the office.  With a few exceptions, tardies are considered excused for medical reasons only.
  3. Please call the front office at 714 378-4250 each morning your child is absent.  If you send an excuse note, please be sure a copy is provided to the front office.
  4. The office does not disrupt classes to let students know that items have been dropped off for them.  Please advise your child to check the drop-off table outside the front office if they notice they are missing items like lunch, p.e. clothes, housekeys, books, projects, etc. They may do this between classes or during recess.  Items are left at your own risk.