Manzanita history teacher Haley Ralph helped to set this year’s world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Rosie the Riveter.
California is transitioning to a new accountability system called the California School Dashboard.
Not one to miss an educational opportunity, 6th Grade Math and Science teacher Annie Malekzadeh invited the Manzanita community to participate in a statistics project to guess the gender of her baby.
Manzanita 7th Grade students spent their 2017 spring camping trip at the Presidio of San Francisco learning about local history and ecology.
This year’s Washington D.C. trip was a “border crossing.” There were so many firsts experienced on this trip that Mr. Umaña felt fortunate to share in the experience.
In just a few days, six of our graduating Mustangs will embark on a journey across the country to our nation’s capital. In partnership with Educations First, our Mustangs will explore Washington, D.C. through guided tours, museum and monument visits, and a behind-the-scenes look into our government.
California’s Middle School students are learning Science in a new way. The California Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) encourage students to ask questions, think outside the box, and learn through discovery.