We are prepared to provide TK-12 student learning materials that are self-guided and should be seen as a way to review and reinforce instruction students have already received from their teachers.
- Technology Access Survey
- Classes cancelled through the end of the 2019-2020 School Year
- Class Schedule for Online Learning
- District Supplied Chromebooks -Fill in the attached document and pick up chromebooks at the district office during the times listed below: English Spanish
Pick Up Locations for Chromes- Stockton Unified School District –Parent with ID and student must be present.
Thursday, April 9: DO Distribution: All Grades, 3:00 – 4:30pm @ 701 N. Madison Street, Stockton
Friday, April 10: DO Distribution: All Grades, 3:00 – 4:30pm@ 701 N. Madison Street, Stockton Unified School District
- If anyone has problems with their Chromebooks that they received from the 1 million Project contact me on my email and let me know; tell your classmates as well. Asuarez@stocktonusd.net
- Merlo Voices will be held this Friday (March 27th @ 11am) with Mr. Salama: Students, Staff, Parents, and Community are all invited
- Academic Packets: These packets can be found on line at the following link: https://www.stocktonusd.net/LearnFromHome
- Breakfast and Lunch Pick-up: Locations can be found at the following link. Food can be picked up Monday-Friday from 11:30-12:30: https://www.stocktonusd.net/coronavirus
- Merlo’s Distance Learning Plan: Information related to Merlo’s Distance Learning Plan including teacher “office hours” and contact information can be found at the following link: https://www.stocktonusd.net/domain/4712
- Student Support Services: A helpline for families and students during the COVID-19 school closure is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM. If you have a medical or psychiatric emergency, please call 9-1-1. Stakeholders who contact the helpline at 209-933-7111 will have access to speak directly to or leave a message for District Nurses, Elementary and High School Counselors, Mental Health Clinicians, and Child Welfare and Attendance staff.
Merlo Institute of Environmental Technology is a specialty high school that uses the principles of Environmental Science, Engineering, and Visual Media Arts to prepare students for the rigor of higher education and career pathways. Merlo Institute is open to all 9-12 students who complete the application process. Merlo provides a secure and nurturing environment that promotes diversity, equity, rigor, and environmental awareness. We are committed to graduating self-sufficient, independent, and socially responsible adults. Students have access to rigorous A-G courses and career-readiness programs that can be completed within four years. Merlo’s Advanced Placement and College Prep courses provide opportunities for advanced specialized coursework and college credit. Beginning in the 9th grade, students will explore various careers. In 10th grade, students can choose one of Merlo’s three CTE pathways Environmental Resources, Engineering Technology, and Visual Media Arts.
Merlo Institute requires an application packet that includes student records (attendance, grades, and discipline), and essay. All materials must be submitted together to the school. Students usually apply for admission during the District pre-registration process. Upon completion of the application review, students will be notified of their admission status.