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Schools, MUSD offices closing for spring break

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POSTED March 19, 2013 1:26 a.m.

There will be no school for all high school and elementary students in the Manteca Unified School District from March 25 to April 1.

All school campuses will be closed during that time. While the students will be on spring break, the administration offices of the school district will be closed for business as well “to save energy and reduce costs,” announced Assistant Superintendent Don Halseth at the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday.

During the meeting, Halseth sat in place of Superintendent Jason Messer who was absent that evening.

Halseth also announced that revisions to the student calendar for the coming school year 2013-2014 are currently under way. It will be available once the changes are completed.

Halseth likewise reminded everyone that the annual Planet Day party held at the district office campus will be on Thursday, April 4. This event, which will showcase an array of exhibits, demonstrations, and interactive displays that highlight topics such as water, recycling, clean air, energy, conservation, agriculture and green innovations, will also include presentations that will help and inspire students on how to become better stewards of their environment.

The green party will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Approximately 2,000 sixth-grade students are expected to attend.

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