MORADA DOES IT AGAIN
With a concerted effort from students and staff, for the third straight year Morada met state API (Academic Performance Index) with a score of 795, an increase of 21 points!
Thanks to our students who worked extremely hard using learning strategies taught in class. Morada teachers also strived to create a positive learning environment and use academic language in classes. Students were appropriately placed in their classes, and common practices were utilized throughout the school. Finally, a big thank you to our parents and community for their support.
Congratulations to our fantastic students, parents, community and staff.
Eighth Grade Promotion Ceremony and Picnic
Listed below are the groups and times for the 8th grade promotion ceremony and picnic on May 24th. Groups are determined by homeroom classes so check with your student regarding their homeroom teacher. Parents are welcome to attend during their student's designated time.
After the ceremony, parents or guardians listed on the emergency form and with a photo ID may take their student home. Other eighth grade students will enjoy a picnic and activities on the back field. Although this a celebration, we would appreciate parents not bring balloons.
Welcome to Morada
Every Tuesday, Morada wears orange. Students and staff promote no bullying, either on campus or through the Internet, by wearing orange. The Morada community supports each other by standing up to, and reporting, any bullying.
Middle School Parents STILL Make a Difference!
The Parent Institute, www.parent-institute.com, provides practical ideas for parents to help their student. The links below provide tips, pointers and information on how to help your student through the middle school years.
Calendar - Check the school calendar regularly for upcoming events.
Home Access - Click on the 'Home Access' link, on the left,' to view your student's grades, missing work and attendance.
8th Grade Promotion Information
For information concerning new 8th Grade promotion criteria, click here .
Safety Security Parent Newsletter - English
Students and Gangs
Lodi Unified School District is presenting a parent workshop concerning students and gangs. For more information, select one of the following links.
5001 E. Eastview Dr.
Stockton, CA 95212
(209) 953-8490 / 331-7490
Principal: Janet Godina-Perez
Vice Principal: Dominee Muller-Kimball