UPDATE: FUSD's 2015 CAASPP Results Released
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Beginning with the 2013–14 school year, CAASPP became the new student assessment system in California, replacing the Standardized Testing and Reporting system (STAR).This May our students in grades 3-6 took the computer adaptive tests in English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics. Overall scores are reported within one of four levels: standard not met, standard nearly met, standard met, and standard exceeded. Majority of our students met or exceeded standards in both ELA and Math, way to go MSJE!!!!!

Click on the link below to see the MSJE students’ CAASPP scores for English Language Arts/Literacy and Mathematics:


 MSJE wins 2015 Habitat means Home contest

 At the recent Habitat means Home poster contest, MSJE 3rd grader Hannah C. beat competing students from the Tricites public schools and came home with 1st place. The theme of the poster contest is a celebration of the diverse habitats and species found at Coyote Hills Regional Park. The judges were impressed by Hannah’s ability to convey her understanding of a habitat and species at Coyote Hills Regional Park not only through artistic interpretation but also through written responses to questions that ask why she selected the species and habitat that she did, what she learned, and why protecting this habitat and species is important. As part of her win, MSJE is awarded $500 to be used towards improving the habitat of all students. Congratulations Hannah!

MSJE Shines at Math Championships

 At the recent Elementary Math League State Championships, MSJE battled 300 other students and came home with a fourth place team finish. The team consisted of Anish K., Abithia V., Arul V., and Ajay B. Placing in the top ten was Anish (1st place) and Abhitha (7th place).

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Way to go Mustangs! 


MSJE Crowned K-6 National Chess Champions


Fresh coming off their 2015 State Chess Championship, MSJE continued their chess dominance by winning the K-6 National Chess Championships in Tennessee last weekend. Making all the right moves for the Mustangs was Connor C., Amulya H., Kavya K., Annapoorni M., David P. and Rishith S.

Showing tremendous depth, the K-5 team finished in 8th place overall while the K-3 team finished in 4th place.

Way to go Mustangs.

MSJE Dominates Northern California Chess Championships


At the recent Northern California Chess Championships held in Santa Clara, MSJE won state titles in the K-3, K-5 and K-6 divisions. Over 900 students participated in the tournament. Leading the way for the Mustangs in the K-6 division was the play of David P., Annapoorni M. and Connor C.

The K-5 division was dominated by the play of Rishi S., Leo J., Edwin T. and Kavya S. The four players combined in winning 18 out of 24 matches.

The K-3 division belongs to MSJE. The mustangs have won this division every year since 2008. Leading the charge was the play of Kevin P., Arnav L., Stephen H., and Nicholas J.

After winning the state championship, the Mustangs will head to the National Championships being held in Nashville, Tennessee. 

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