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Martinez Unified School District

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    8:30 am–4:00 pm
    5:30 pm–8:00 pm

    8:30 am–4:00 pm
    5:30 pm–8:00 pm

    8:30 am–4:00 pm
    5:30 pm–8:00 pm

    8:30 am–4:00 pm
    5:30 pm–8:00 pm

    8:30 am–12:30 pm


    Main Office

    Suzanne Murphy
    Director of Martinez Adult Education

    Cindy Santos
    Office Manager

    Business Training Center Office
    Nicole Gero
    925-335-5890, Ext. 3983

    ESL Office
    Amiee Wallace
    925-335-5890, Ext. 3920

    High School Diploma and Equivalency
    Maria Lumb
    (925) 335-5890, Ext. 3994

    Peace Officer Standards and Training

    Latest News

    Thanh and Bot Vu

    Thanh Nguyen and Bot Vu (wife & husband) are officially new US citizens!

    Staff 2021We are back, and we are welcoming all of our students back to in-person instruction this fall starting Tuesday, August 24th, 2021. It has been a long time since we have been able to have all our students in classrooms with their teachers and fellow students.


     As an educational institution, our purpose is outlined in our mission statement: Transforming lives by raising academic and literacy levels, providing workforce training and pathways to postsecondary education, and aspiring students to become active community participants.


    We know that the best way to support students is to have you here with those that can support you and your goals. The best way we can help you reach those goals is to be here to assist you in person. We will still have some online courses that will remain online, but most classes will be in-person. 


    Please look at the classes and be sure to look at pages 22 & 23 for new community fee classes. We are very excited about our community classes that have come back and the new classes that we are offering for the first time: Edible Gardening and Introduction to the Paralegal Profession. If you have any questions or comments please do not hesitate to give us a call at 925-335-5890 or email the departments.  

    The Workforce Innovation

    and Opportunity Act Program


    The WIOA program aims to help local job seekers succeed in the labor market by providing access to employment, education, training, support services, and more.

    To be considered for WIOA services you will need to register at this LINK.  

    Once you are registered you will receive an email with the website address to watch the following videos.

    ·        We’re in this Together

    ·        Your Résumé:  Stand Up.  Stand Out.

    ·        Résumé Tips:  Always Be Fine-Tuning!

    ·        Your Cover Letter:  The Gateway to Your Résumé

    ·        CALJOBS:  Your Job Search Kickoff

    Once you have watched all 5 videos, please fill out the form and in the messages please say “I was referred by Nicole at Martinez Adult Education”. 

    If you need assistance, please contact Nicole Gero at (925) 335-5890 x3983 or

    WIOA Workshop for January 2021

    Shelter, inc. Logo

    If you or someone you know is unable to pay rent, please apply to Shelter inc. They may be able to provide assistance.

    Here is the link: SHELTER Inc. 



    Contra Costa Health Services Logo

    We can help you find things like healthy food, childcare and healthcare near you so that you and your family can be well.

    (Click on the picture for the link)


    Eastbay Works - America s Job Center of California
    Announcing the Opening of America’s Job Center of California (AJCC) Access Site at Martinez Adult Education! Need help getting a job? Improving your skills to get a job? Martinez Adult Education offers job readiness and career search resources on campus, through a unique partnership with Contra Costa County and nine local organizations. Following are some of the FREE services that are now available to the community and students at Martinez. 


    Fall & Winter 2021 - 2022 Brochure

    MAE Vision & Mission

    Meet the evolving individual and community needs through accessible, effective education enabling our students to achieve their educational and career goals.

    Transforming lives by raising academic and literacy levels, providing workforce training and pathways to
    postsecondary education, and inspiring students to become active community participants.

    Free Covid Rapid Testing

    Alhambra High School

    Mon. 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

    Wed. 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    Thu. 12:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

    The following link will allow you to make an appointment for testing.

    Schoolwide Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply learned skills, study habits, and knowledge, to prepare and assist in future life transitions

    2.Communicate effectively in written, verbal, and digital form

    3. Recognize and engage in learning opportunities that are responsive to an ever-changing world and workplace

    4. Exercise critical thinking skills by applying problem-solving strategies in various settings

    5. Work collaboratively and independently in a diverse environment.


    Food Pantry

    Crystal Perez

    Congratulations to Crystal Perez for
    her hard work and drive to pass her citizenship test. 

    Stacy and Suzy

    Congratulations Stacy Jones for passing the ABO certification exam and completing the Optical Training Program.  Good luck with your interviews as they keep coming in now that you are ABO certified.

    Census class 2020

    ESL class learning the importance of Census 2020