Stuff the Bus July 27 9 am - 4 pm
Summer Food Program for Youth and Teens Ages 1-18
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MCS Superintendent Dr. Sara Noguchi, and Board President John Ervin join Gregori HIgh School Principal Phillip Jaramillo in receiving the 2024 California Distinguished School Awards
Modesto City Schools Recognized as California Green Ribbon Schools Gold Level District
2024 California Continuation Education Model School Award
Notice of Public Hearing
In accordance with Board Policy 6161.1 and Administrative Regulation 6161.1, committees convened, piloted material, and brought recommendations to the Superintendent for Curriculum adoption for the 2024-2025 school year.  AP European History AP French AP Psychology AP US History Criminal Justice 1 and 3/5 Education, Child Development, and Family 1/2 & 3/4 English Language Arts (Grades 9-12) Health (Grade 8) *Available until Friday, May 17, 2024 IBSL & IBHL Computer Science Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation  Board Policy requires a time for public preview, prior to Board adoption. Physical textbooks and their ancillary items will be available for review at the district office Reno facility, 1017 Reno Avenue, Building B, Monday, April 1, 2024 through Friday, April 19, 2024, 8:00AM to 4:00PM. For additional information, please call the Curriculum & Instruction/Professional Development Department at (209) 574-1502.
Congratulations Modesto High School 2024 AVID Demonstration School
LCAP - Support Brighter Futures - Share your feedback!
Say Something Anonymous Reporting System
Downey Advanced Animation students work on a new animated film
Negotiations between MCS & MTA Leadership: What You Need to Know
MCS and CTE Logos
Hanshaw community celebrates new sidewalks with folklorico dancers, food, and music
National Emergency Alert Test October 4
The Modesto City Schools LCAP Advisory Committee Needs You!
​Help Modesto City Schools Secure Funding for Our District and Our Students
Student hugs family member before boarding the bus with new Zonar ZPass bus card
New Sustainable Outdoor Learning Environment (SOLE) structure built at Tuolumne TK-8 earlier this year.