Did you know that Marysville High School students participated in and won accolades at the regional Science Olympiad competition?
California’s latest atmospheric rivers are sending rainfall higher into the mountains and onto the state’s crucial snowpack. The rain alone is a problem for low-lying areas already dealing with destructive flooding, but the prospect of rain on the deep mountain snow has triggered widespread …
Buckle up, team: I’m a white man from the Midwest with a story to tell about wokeness.
Did you know the District Spelling Bee competition is once again back? Since 1925, children across America have participated in classroom, school and regional spelling bees with the hope of making it to the Scripps National Spelling Bee competition in Washington, D.C., in May. The Bee progra…
Did you know the Marysville High School’s Academic Decathlon team will compete at the statewide level after winning the Yuba County Competition last month?
According to the surgeon general, between 2007 and 2018 suicide rates among the youth, ages 10 to 24 in the U.S. increased by 57%. The statistics on youth suicides dates back even before the world was shut down from the global pandemic of COVID-19.
Did you know that Lindhurst High School has Yuba County’s first Mock Trial team?
Did you know that the Marysville Joint Unified School District offers hands-on training and education in 18 Career Technical Education pathways across eight industry sectors?
Even though we live in agriculturally focused counties, most of us are not aware of the basic economic and sometimes political details involved in the creation of our agricultural products.
Did you know that over the past 18 months, the district has moved forward with a lot of actions that have been requested over the years?
Did you know that hundreds of schools across the state of California took part in the Great Kindness Challenge during the week of January 23rd?
Did you know the Arboga community is facing severe traffic challenges during pickup and drop off times? This is not a new problem, but with the increasing construction of new homes and expansion of the campus to serve students in grades TK-8, traffic congestion is becoming a serious issue fo…
Did you know the Yuba River Endowment organization generously donates money to support our students and our schools?
Did you know the Marysville Joint Unified School District (MJUSD) has a strong group of student leaders who are partnering with administrators, staff, and the school board to move the district from good to great?
Did you know that Lindhurst High School is the first school in the Marysville Joint Unified School District to open a wellness center to serve students and families?
Editor’s note: The following is an edited version of a social media post made by Jim King about his family and his brother, who has been dealing with homelessness. King said his post was a “sudden burst of thought” directed toward his brother.
Year in and year out we, as Americans, watch again as immigrants by the thousands stack up at our southern border seeking entrance legally or illegally. We can't help wondering why this is occurring and why haven't some solutions been created both here and there to dramatically reduce this i…
Did You Know that our district works with the community every holiday season to raise donations of food, clothes, and supplies for families in need?
I feel a response is warranted on the December 6th opinion piece written by Marysville Mayor Chris Branscum.
This holiday season we are so grateful to be able to provide a little extra support to our families and students who need it most.
Marysville residents suffer in terms of reduced safety, high costs to maintain city streets and quality of life issues as a direct result of the state of California and Caltrans planning and policy decisions.
Did you know the Marysville Joint Unified School District has some award-winning programs?
Why are Republican politicians and many parents afraid of critical race theory(CRT) being taught in our nation’s schools?
Did you know that just within the past year the Marysville Joint Unified School District’s Board of Trustees has approved over $50 million in new funds to upgrade school campuses, classrooms, athletic facilities, and playgrounds?
These days we find ourselves now more than ever in a time where things are tougher. The Marysville Joint Unified School District family sees and recognizes this so we have partnered with many community organizations to host an event for Yuba County families to give back to our community and …
During the November 8th school board meeting, we took a few moments to thank two Marysville Joint Unified School District board members who have guided our district and supported our schools for many years. These two members — Jeff Boom and Randy Rasmussen — did not run for re-election this year.
The Marysville Joint Unified School District’s Literacy Initiative is the district's commitment to support the success of every student in reading at grade level. Aligned with the state’s focus on literacy, our TK-3 Literacy Initiative focuses on teaching every third grade student to read at…
What better time to call for election reform than a few days before a national election – at a time when completing ballots have been on the minds of every voter?
Did you know the Marysville Joint Unified School District has an Honor Band filled with students who excel in their musical abilities?
The Guest View column by Marieke Furnee, “NYWD’s denial of irrigation delivery was based on false premises,” proposes to explain why we should have had a regular irrigation season this year.
Elementary teachers at several Marysville Joint Unified School District schools are teaching our students a new language – the language of coding.
On April 14, North Yuba Water District (NYWD) declared, via a letter to customers, that an irrigation delivery was not possible this year.
Guest View: Salmon expedition teaches children about migration and the importance of a healthy ecosystem
We are very proud and honored to partner with the Yuba Water Agency in several different projects across Marysville Joint Unified School District. We thank them for their ongoing generosity and support.
Voters may be asking the wrong questions about Measure A, the ballot measure to fund public safety and other critical programs and services in Sutter County. The question of whether it is the perfect solution isn’t as important as the question of what happens if there is no solution.
As you may or may not know, Sutter, Yuba and Colusa counties have been redistricted into California State District 1 from 3. Congressman John Garamendi will remain our congressman until Jan. 3, 2023.
Did you know that the Marysville Joint Unified School District is the only district in our area that offers American Sign Language (ASL) classes for high school students? What is even more exciting is that the request for this course was made at one of the district’s monthly student forums, …
Did you know the Marysville Joint Unified School District’s mission is “Educating Today’s Youth for Tomorrow’s World?”
Did you know there is a national program that supports schools with strategies to encourage positive student behaviors and school culture? Did you also know that each year schools are recognized nationally for working to implement the framework on their campuses?
Ensuring the personal, physical and emotional well-being of our staff, students and families is very important to us. September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and while suicide prevention is important to address year-round, September is dedicated to raising awareness around a difficul…
Each year, millions of scholarship dollars are left untouched and families may not be aware that there are funds available to help students earn four-year college degrees. Good, quality jobs promote health through upward economic mobility, financial security, and opportunities for career pro…
Did you know that Marysville Joint Unified School District (MJUSD) has reopened the Marysville School for Adults? We are very excited to start the first session of classes on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
After reading Mr. Lloyd Leighton's column, “American history editorial twisted the truth," it appears that Mr. Leighton himself has twisted some truth.
Immunizations are needed at certain ages and are part of the enrollment process for public schools in California. At the start of this school year, we still have hundreds of students who have not had a chance to get their immunizations. Students who are not immunized by Sept. 16 will have to…
Marysville Joint Unified School District (MJUSD) is proud of its partnership with Yuba College that gives high school students the option to complete dual enrollment courses to earn both high school and college credits. Last year, 136 high school students earned credits at Yuba College.
Did you know the Happy Toothmobile Dental Office is open and serving students at schools throughout the Marysville Joint Unified School District?
Are Republicans falling into lock-step with the Christian Nationalism garbage?
As we get ready to head back to school next week, I would like to take an opportunity to share some information about the Marysville Joint Unified School District’s wonderful after school programs, which offer expanded learning opportunities for our students.
Last Friday, Senate Republicans voted against the Honoring our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022. This bill would have expanded the VA healthcare available to veterans with possible toxic exposures. It would have helped Vietnam veterans suffering from exposure to Age…
Editor’s note: The following is a letter sent to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Speaker of the Assembly Anthony Rendon and California Attorney General Rob Bonta by a longtime resident of Oregon House and a concerned citizen about the ability of North Yuba Water District to deliver water to it…
Marysville Joint Unified School District (MJUSD) leaders have a big vision of seeing our historic Marysville Community Auditorium revitalized and filled once again with performances featuring artists, musicians, dancers, and more!
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