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Janelle Eyet
Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services

Patty O'Malley
Wellness Coordinator
(925) 335-5957

Lisa Martinez
Student Services Technician
(925) 335-5918

Arcelia Ortiz
Typist Clerk
(925) 335-5919

General Information
(925) 335-5918

Health Services
Beth McVay, School Nurse
(925) 335-5886



Student Services

The Student Services department is comprised of programs designed to ensure diverse paths to success in an environment that fosters human dignity and promotes academic social, emotional and personal success. The department is responsible for the following:

  • Enrollment and Residency Verification
  • Intra-District Transfers  (transfers between schools inside MUSD)
  • Inter-District Transfers (transfers between schools outside MUSD)
  • Pupil attendance and accounting
  • School Attendance Review Board (SARB)
  • Site and District Climate Issues
  • Wellness Programs
  • California Health Kids Survey and other data related to school safety
  • Anti-bullying
  • Health Services
  • Foster/Homeless Youth Services
  • Student Conduct/Suspensions/Expulsions
  • Tobacco Use Prevention Education (TUPE) 
  • Board Policies related to Student Services
  • Student Discipline Hearing

Child Abuse Reporting Procedures

Please follow this link to find information to assist parents and guardians in determining whether of not child abuse has occurred and, if so, how to file a complaint of child abuse with local law enforcement (per new state guidelines 2014).


Rainbow Fentanyl

A new type of brightly colored "rainbow” fentanyl had been found in the U.S., including in California. This is a potentially fatal drug found in pills and powders in a variety of bright colors, shapes, and sizes. Any pill, regardless of its color, shape, or size, that does not come from a health care provider or pharmacist can potentially contain fentanyl and be deadly.  

California has education and prevention resources, including a program that offers free Naloxone, a life-saving medication used to reverse opioid overdose, for qualified organizations. For more information, go to:

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Parent Resources

Drug Paraphernalia-Hidden Stashes

Cough and Cold Medicine Abuse

To understand the risks and know how to prevent your children from intentionally overdosing on cough and cold medicine follow this link.Start the conversation

Conversations can have a big impact. Talk to your teen about drugs and the risk of overdosing. Recently, “rainbow” fentanyl has been found in California and throughout the U.S. This is a potentially fatal drug found in pills and powders in a variety of bright colors, shapes, and sizes. Tips to start conversation:  

  1. Pick a neutral time with no distractions. 
  2. Be open and calm. 
  3. Be prepared and focus on the conversation. 
  4. Give teens the scientific facts and explain the reality and risks of using drugs. 
  5. Educate teens on naloxone, including how to use it and where to get it.   
  6. Express your love and care.  

Learn more how to talk to your teens:  

#StopTeenOverdose #TalkTheyHearYou #OnePillCanKill #Fentanyl