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Audience: Homepage
Posted by: Gabriela Deambrosio
Published: 9/21/17

Audience: Homepage

We want your input on the qualities you are seeking for MHS' new principal. Join us Wednesday, March 15 at 6:00 p.m. and give us your feedback. Can't make the meeting? Tell us online HERE.

Posted by: Marci McFadden
Published: 3/8/17

Audience: Homepage

The safety and well-being of our students and staff are high priorities for the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District. Following up last week's communication regarding a regional Monterey County threat, according to law enforcement, recent posts related to "Clown Threat Targets Schools", including a similar post we just learned about made today on social media about “Tappy the Clown” threatening Colton Middle and Seaside High, has been determined as NOT credible. The posting has been removed from social media and law enforcement officials continue to investigate to determine the origin of this hoax.  

In an abundance of caution, the school district has requested additional law enforcement presence at campuses today. School is still in session and students and staff are safe. We have no reason to believe that there is a need to remove students from school. 

It is unfortunate that social media is being used to promote such disruptive behavior. The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District is committed to the safety of student and staff. We will continue to keep in close communication with law enforcement and notify you regarding any potential threats to our students, staff and schools.


La seguridad y el bienestar de nuestros estudiantes y el personal son altas prioridades para el Distrito Escolar Unificado de la Península de Monterey. Siguiendo con el comunicado de la semana pasada con respecto a una amenaza en la región del Condado de Monterey, de acuerdo con las autoridades judiciales, las recientes publicaciones relacionadas con " Amenaza de payasos tiene como objetivo las escuelas",  incluso una publicación similar que acabamos de conocer, fue hecha hoy en las redes sociales sobre "Tappy el payaso" amenazando a Colton Middle y Seaside High, se ha determinado que no es creíble. La publicación ha sido retirada de los medios sociales y las autoridades judiciales seguirán investigando para determinar el origen de esta broma pesada.

Como una medida de precaución, el distrito escolar ha solicitado la presencia adicional de las autoridades judiciales en las escuelas el día de hoy. La escuela todavía está en periodo de clases y los estudiantes y el personal están a salvo. No tenemos ninguna razón para creer que existe una necesidad de desalojar a los estudiantes de la escuela.

Es lamentable que los medios sociales se están utilizando para fomentar dicha conducta disruptiva. El Distrito Escolar Unificado de la Península de Monterey está comprometido con la seguridad de los estudiantes y el personal. Vamos a seguir manteniendo una estrecha comunicación con la policía y le notificaremos respecto a las posibles amenazas a nuestros estudiantes, personal y escuelas.

Posted by: Marci McFadden, District Admin, Monterey Peninsula Unified School District
Published: 10/6/16