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Martinez Unified School District Martinez Adult Education
600 F St, Martinez, CA 94553
Martinez Adult Education has a long history in the city. Originating in 1919 as a way for the Shell Refinery workers toMore receive supplemental education at night, the program became so popular that it expanded its scope and subjects. Now it offers a wide variety of subjects, including career training in law enforcement and health care, as well as parent education, home economics, GED programs, and English as a second language classes.
Las Juntas Elementary School
4105 Pacheco Blvd, Martinez, CA 94553

Las Juntas Elementary School was founded in 1956, and is one of four elementary schools in the Martinez UnifiedMore School District. It is located in the northern end of town, near neighborhoods and light industry.

Home of the Bullpups, the school has active parent participation in the School Site Council, English Language Advisory Council and PTA. Special programs include a computer lab, music program and a library.

Martinez Unified School District
921 Susana St, Martinez, CA 94553

 

The Martinez Unified School District serves 2,925 students in eight schools:

  • John MuirMore Elementary
  • John Swett Elementary
  • Las Juntas Elementary
  • Morello Park Elementary
  • Martinez Jr. High
  • Alhambra High
  • Vicente High
  • Briones Independent Study
  • Martinez Adult Education

The district's policy and procedures are determined by the Martinez Unified School District Board of Education, a five-member panel with one student representative. The board meets on the second and fourth Mondays of the month.

The policies and procedures decided by the board, as well as day-to-day operations of the district, are carried out by the superintendent and staff working out of district headquarters, 921 Susana St.

The following information comes from the State Department of Education:

2009 base Academic Performance Index (API): 807

Ethinic/Racial makeup of the district:

White: 1,812; Hispanic: 604; African American: 84; American Indian: 39; Asian: 97; Filipino: 61; Pacific Islander: 22

Socioeconomically Disadvantaged: 552

English Learners: 302

Students with Disabilities: 372