SUMMER INFORMATION Office will be closed from: June 15th -July 25th * Staff on camps on July 26th Office will be open prior to the first day of school: July 29th 2024-25 School year office hours: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm New Student Registration: August 5th New Student Orientation: August 5th Name & Phone Number Summer Transcripts: Registrar Kaitlyn Zaborsky, 574-1713 Dates: Available May 24th -June 17th Non-Availability June 18th -July 25th *Non-Availability dates please go to: www.Parchment.com or to the Modesto City Schools Website www.mcs4kids.com and select "Transcripts" on the bottom of the page for more information.
18 days ago, Brandi Mitchell
Elliott's first ever FAMILY NIGHT! April 16th, 5:30-7pm. Music, resource booths, games, pizza, chips, dessert, popcorn, water! There will be a bike giveaway! For more info call Hope Lyons 209-850-1093 or Luz Martinez at 209-492-1107.
3 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Elliott's first ever FAMILY NIGHT!  April 16th, 5:30-7pm. Music, resource booths, games, pizza, chips, dessert, popcorn, water! There will be a bike giveaway! For more info call Hope Lyons 209-850-1093 or Luz Martinez at 209-492-1107.
Elliott's first ever FAMILY NIGHT!  April 16th, 5:30-7pm. Music, resource booths, games, pizza, chips, dessert, popcorn, water! There will be a bike giveaway! For more info call Hope Lyons 209-850-1093 or Luz Martinez at 209-492-1107.
On Wednesday, April 10th, SCOE has invited students to attend a Youth Summit around Jobs and Career Pathways. Lunch will be provided and space is limited. If you know of students who would like to be considered for the event, please encourage them to come to building B to sign up.
4 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
On Wednesday, April 10th, SCOE has invited students to attend a Youth Summit around Jobs and Career Pathways. Lunch will be provided and space is limited. If you know of students who would like to be considered for the event, please encourage them to come to building B to sign up.
Many people think marijuana is safe, but there are real risks. All the research done on youth marijuana use has proven it’s harmful, and no studies of today’s high-potency marijuana have shown any benefit for youth. Does this worry you? SCOE's TUPE team has partnered with Stanislaus County BHRS on a contract with Johnny’s Ambassadors, which focuses on the dangers of smoking marijuana. Join us Wednesday March 27th at 6pm at Martin G Peterson Event Center, 720 12th Street.
4 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Many people think marijuana is safe, but there are real risks. All the research done on youth marijuana use has proven it’s harmful, and no studies of today’s high-potency marijuana have shown any benefit for youth. Does this worry you? SCOE's TUPE team has partnered with Stanislaus County BHRS on a contract with Johnny’s Ambassadors, which focuses on the dangers of smoking marijuana. Join us Wednesday March 27th at 6pm at Martin G Peterson Event Center, 720 12th Street.
Many people think marijuana is safe, but there are real risks. All the research done on youth marijuana use has proven it’s harmful, and no studies of today’s high-potency marijuana have shown any benefit for youth. Does this worry you? SCOE's TUPE team has partnered with Stanislaus County BHRS on a contract with Johnny’s Ambassadors, which focuses on the dangers of smoking marijuana. Join us Wednesday March 27th at 6pm at Martin G Peterson Event Center, 720 12th Street.
All parents are invited to join us for a parent presentation on Fentanyl Awareness. Modesto City Schools invites you to join us for a parent presentation on Fentanyl Awareness to learn more about the dangers of fentanyl. There will be a panel of representatives to answer parent questions, and families will share their stories about the loved ones they have lost to fentanyl. There will also be community resources available to meet the needs of families and the community. These events will be offered in both English and Spanish and are scheduled as follows: English: February 28, 2024 at 6:00 p.m., to be held at The State Theater, 1307 J Street Spanish: February 29, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. to hosted by Modesto High School, 18 H Street
4 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
All parents are invited to join us for a parent presentation on Fentanyl Awareness. Principals: Please feel free to share this message and flyers on your individual school site webpage.     Modesto City Schools invites you to join us for a parent presentation on Fentanyl Awareness to learn more about the dangers of fentanyl. There will be a panel of representatives to answer parent questions, and families will share their stories about the loved ones they have lost to fentanyl. There will also be community resources available to meet the needs of families and the community.     These events will be offered in both English and Spanish and are scheduled as follows:     English: February 28, 2024 at 6:00 p.m., to be held at The State Theater, 1307 J Street  Spanish: February 29, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. to hosted by Modesto High School, 18 H Street
All parents are invited to join us for a parent presentation on Fentanyl Awareness. Principals: Please feel free to share this message and flyers on your individual school site webpage.     Modesto City Schools invites you to join us for a parent presentation on Fentanyl Awareness to learn more about the dangers of fentanyl. There will be a panel of representatives to answer parent questions, and families will share their stories about the loved ones they have lost to fentanyl. There will also be community resources available to meet the needs of families and the community.     These events will be offered in both English and Spanish and are scheduled as follows:     English: February 28, 2024 at 6:00 p.m., to be held at The State Theater, 1307 J Street  Spanish: February 29, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. to hosted by Modesto High School, 18 H Street
Attention families: there is a huge back-up at dental offices who accept Covered California or Medi-Cal. Offices have a large waiting list including out-of-town clinics. Please feel free to take your children to this free dental clinic in Stockton next Saturday 2/24. See flyer for more info.
4 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Please feel free to take your children to this free dental clinic in Stockton next Saturday 2/24. 8am-12pm at Saint Mary's Dining Hall 545 W. Sonora St Stockton. Free screnning, x-rays, cleanings, flouride treatments, fillings, and a take-home dental kit.
High School seniors and College students! Apply for Scholarships today until Feb 29th. You don't need to be going to school in our County, but need to be from Stanislaus County. For more info call 209-789-5123 or email info@stanislauslatinocc.org.
4 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
for High School seniors and College students to apply from today until Feb 29th. They don't need to be going to school in our County, but need to be from our County.  $500 awards For questions 209-789-5123 or email info@stanislauslatinocc.org
Our partners at Stanford University REACH lab are continuing to conduct research for their SPEAK UP Study. As you will recall, the study is interested in hearing young people’s perception on the criminalization, legalization, and racialization of cannabis use. Stanford is looking for youth between the ages of 13 to 20 in the Bay Area and Central Valley to participate in their focus groups, dates listed below. The focus group meetings will take place on Zoom, and youth who participate will receive a $25 gift card. The requirements for the focus groups are the following: Ages 13 to 20 (minors need parental consent and consents are available in Spanish and English; young adults and minors would be in separate groups) BIPOC youth (especially Black, Latin@, indigenous youth) Any gender (especially young men) Any cannabis use experience from no use to current use (especially some use) Live in the San Francisco Bay Area or the Central Valley English or Spanish speaking youth Focus group times - all Pacific: Friday February 9: 1:30-3:00 pm; 4:00-5:30 pm Saturday, February 10: 1:00-3:00 pm; 4:00-5:30 pm Monday, February 12: 4:00-5:30 pm Monday, February 26: 4:00-5:30 pm Wednesday, March 6: 4:00-5:30 pm; 5:30-7:00 pm Friday, March 9: 4:00-5:30 pm; 5:30-7:00 pm Monday, March 11: 4:00-5:30 pm Please reach out to Tracy Nguyen, tnguyen@schoolhealthcenters.org or Marcia Zorrilla, mmzorr@stanford.edu, if you have any questions. Also, please feel free to share this with your colleagues and any youth you think would be interested. :) Check out the flyers attached for more details and how to register. Join in and let your voice be heard!
4 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Our partners at Stanford University REACH lab are continuing to conduct research for their SPEAK UP Study.  As you will recall, the study is interested in hearing young people’s perception on the criminalization, legalization, and racialization of cannabis use.  Stanford is looking for youth between the ages of 13 to 20 in the Bay Area and Central Valley to participate in their focus groups, dates listed below. The focus group meetings will take place on Zoom, and youth who participate will receive a $25 gift card. The requirements for the focus groups are the following: Ages 13 to 20 (minors need parental consent and consents are available in Spanish and English; young adults and minors would be in separate groups) BIPOC youth (especially Black, Latin@, indigenous youth) Any gender (especially young men) Any cannabis use experience from no use to current use (especially some use) Live in the San Francisco Bay Area or the Central Valley English or Spanish speaking youth   Focus group times - all Pacific: Friday February 9: 1:30-3:00 pm; 4:00-5:30 pm Saturday, February 10: 1:00-3:00 pm; 4:00-5:30 pm Monday, February 12: 4:00-5:30 pm Monday, February 26: 4:00-5:30 pm Wednesday, March 6: 4:00-5:30 pm; 5:30-7:00 pm Friday, March 9: 4:00-5:30 pm; 5:30-7:00 pm Monday, March 11: 4:00-5:30 pm   Please reach out to Tracy Nguyen, tnguyen@schoolhealthcenters.org or Marcia Zorrilla, mmzorr@stanford.edu, if you have any questions. Also, please feel free to share this with your colleagues and any youth you think would be interested. :) Check out the flyers attached for more details and how to register.    Join in and let your voice be heard!
Our partners at Stanford University REACH lab are continuing to conduct research for their SPEAK UP Study.  As you will recall, the study is interested in hearing young people’s perception on the criminalization, legalization, and racialization of cannabis use.  Stanford is looking for youth between the ages of 13 to 20 in the Bay Area and Central Valley to participate in their focus groups, dates listed below. The focus group meetings will take place on Zoom, and youth who participate will receive a $25 gift card. The requirements for the focus groups are the following: Ages 13 to 20 (minors need parental consent and consents are available in Spanish and English; young adults and minors would be in separate groups) BIPOC youth (especially Black, Latin@, indigenous youth) Any gender (especially young men) Any cannabis use experience from no use to current use (especially some use) Live in the San Francisco Bay Area or the Central Valley English or Spanish speaking youth   Focus group times - all Pacific: Friday February 9: 1:30-3:00 pm; 4:00-5:30 pm Saturday, February 10: 1:00-3:00 pm; 4:00-5:30 pm Monday, February 12: 4:00-5:30 pm Monday, February 26: 4:00-5:30 pm Wednesday, March 6: 4:00-5:30 pm; 5:30-7:00 pm Friday, March 9: 4:00-5:30 pm; 5:30-7:00 pm Monday, March 11: 4:00-5:30 pm   Please reach out to Tracy Nguyen, tnguyen@schoolhealthcenters.org or Marcia Zorrilla, mmzorr@stanford.edu, if you have any questions. Also, please feel free to share this with your colleagues and any youth you think would be interested. :) Check out the flyers attached for more details and how to register.    Join in and let your voice be heard!
​Eagles, please invite your parents, friends, and family to Open House here at Elliott on Thursday, February 1st at 5:30 p.m. All activities will be indoors where it is nice and warm. We will have face-painting, a prize raffle (Apple airpods!), cookies, and hot cocoa. Your parents will have a chance to meet administrators, teachers, staff and learn about the programs and services available at Elliott.
5 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
​Eagles, please invite your parents, friends, and family to Open House here at Elliott on Thursday,  February 1st at 5:30 p.m. All activities will be indoors where it is nice and warm. We will have face-painting, a prize raffle (Apple airpods!), cookies, and hot cocoa. Your parents will have a chance to meet administrators, teachers, staff and learn about the programs and services available at Elliott.
Open House is soon! February 1, 2024 @ 5:30pm The purpose of Open House is to attract prospective students, familiarize current students, parents and community members with the faculty, curriculum, clubs, programs, and facilities. It allows new and current students and their parents to become familiar with and meet others, as well as to open informal communication channels between school staff, students, and their parents. There will be a raffle for fun items, please bring your family and friends to see what Elliott is all about!
5 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Here are the details for this year’s graduation: It will be held on: Tuesday, 5/21/24 at 7:00 PM, at Johansen Stadium
6 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Participate in Stanford research about how cannabis effects the lives of Black, Indigenous, Asian, and Latina/o youth. Share your perceptions and experience on criminalization, legalization and racialization of cannabis at the SPEAK UP STUDY. See flyer for more info.
7 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Participate in Stanford research about how cannabis effects the lives of Black, Indigenous, Asian, and Latina/o youth. Share your perceptions and experience on criminalization, legalization and racialization of cannabis at the SPEAK UP STUDY. See flyer for more info.
Participate in Stanford research about how cannabis effects the lives of Black, Indigenous, Asian, and Latina/o youth. Share your perceptions and experience on criminalization, legalization and racialization of cannabis at the SPEAK UP STUDY. See flyer for more info.
This month's food pantry distribution will be Dec 14th from 2pm to 4pm. You must pre-register through the QR code on this flyer.
7 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
This month's food pantry distribution will be Dec 14th from 2pm to 4pm. You must pre-register through the QR code on this flyer.
This month's food pantry distribution will be Dec 14th from 2pm to 4pm. You must pre-register through the QR code on this flyer.
These are some great resources for our Eagle's families. Check these giveaways out! https://www.mymission.org/giveaway https://www.mymission.org/christmas
7 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Reminder there is no school this Friday, November 10th in honor of Veteran's Day.
8 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included! November 15th or 16th from 9am to 10am. Two locations for your convenience. See flyers for more details!
8 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included!
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included!
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included!
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included!
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included!
Your voice is an important part of the educational system and the information in these sessions will bring more understanding about how the district works. Free light breakfast and giveaways included!
Parents and students are invited to attend a FREE virtual presentation with a Financial Aid Advisor from Modesto Junior College to answer all your questions regarding different types of financial aid. November 8th, at 5:30pm. Register using the QR code!
8 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Parents and students are invited to attend a FREE virtual presentation with a Financial Aid Advisor from Modesto Junior College to answer all your questions  regarding different types of financial aid. November 8th, at 5:30pm. Register using the QR code!
Parents and students are invited to attend a FREE virtual presentation with a Financial Aid Advisor from Modesto Junior College to answer all your questions  regarding different types of financial aid. November 8th, at 5:30pm. Register using the QR code!
Hello Parents/Guardians, My name is Hope Lyons, and I am excited for my new role as a Parent Ambassador. I enjoy planning events, baking, and road trips with my family. I am currently working for Modesto City Schools as a paraprofessional in Special Education with the Resource department. I have worked for MCS for over twelve years. I was also a PHAST (Protecting Health and Slamming Tobacco) club mentor for ten years. It is important for our young scholars to have mentors in their lives that they can look up to. I am very passionate about helping others, and excited to share that I will be growing with Modesto City Schools as a new Parent Ambassador. I am ready to help parents/guardians in providing information, guidance and resources related to your child’s education and well-being. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have at Lyons.Ho@mcs4kids.com or at (209) 850-1093.
9 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Hope Lyons Parent Ambassador
Please note! Picture day has been rescheduled for Monday SEPTEMBER 11th. Reminder: No School Monday September 4th. Labor Day
10 months ago, Brandi Mitchell
Hello Eagle Parents; Our clothing closet is now open! Please contact your Parent Ambassador Hope Lyons if interested, her contact information is below. Also, if you missed the food distribution drive-thru do not worry, you can still contact Hope to make an appointment to pick up food. Your Parent Ambassador is here to help connect you to resources available at Elliott as well as resources available in our community. Hope Lyons Parent Ambassador Parent Engagement & Outreach Cell Phone: (209) 850-1093 Email: Lyons.Ho@mcs4kids.com
10 months ago, Brandi Mitchell