you ready for 2013-2014?
Here is some information to help you get ready.
First things first. . . some reference material for 2013-2014
2013-2014 Key Dates Calendar - click here
2013-2014 Parent/Student Handbook - click here
1. CLASS SCHEDULE
High School Day Students:
Academic Plan and Course Selection
For academic planning and course selection, your College and Career Advisor is available at email@example.com or by calling (831)768-6122.
School Boarding/International Students:
Academic Plan and Course Selection
For answers to specific questions, please contact your Resident/International College and Career Advisor:
Online High School Academic Advising Information:
Elective Selection: Mr. Blute, Middle School Principal, will place students in the appropriate grade level courses. An email message will be sent to you by the end of June to explain the elective course selections and the process for requesting electives for 1st quarter of 2013-2014.
to Middle School Documents to view Monte Vista Middle School's Curriculum,
the electives that are offered to Middle School students, and for instructions
on how to select electives via FOCUS (our student database), and other
information to prepare for the new school year (supply lists, etc.).
2. MEDICAL/EMERGENCY INFORMATION
· Boarding Student Families: Please go to Boarding Student Forms to complete the necessary boarding requirements.
3. DIPLOMA VERIFICATION (Seniors only)
4. STUDENT/PARENT ORIENTATION (SPOP) for New students (and all 6th Graders & Freshmen)
For more information on SPOP, click here:
- Date: Wednesday, August 14
- Where: Monte Vista Christian School
- Time: 7:45am check-in
HS SPOP Brochure
MS SPOP Brochure
Please click on each topic for more information on that subject. Please note that for some information for the upcoming school year will not be updated until mid June.
Athletics: Check the website for all fall sports and for significant dates and requirements. A sports physical is available on campus on May 16, 2013. Weight training will begin on May 28 (for returning high school students) and on June 10 (for incoming Freshmen). Click here for information and dates specific to each fall sport: Football - Volleyball. The fall season officially begins on August 10, 2013.
Bus: Transportation information, registration packets, and route descriptions are now available for 2013-2014. Most routes do not change significantly this school year. However, the Scotts Valley route (#4) will see changes to improve route access – the new stops are described on the link above.
Community Service (High School students): Forms may be obtained in Student Services or printed off the website. Pre-authorization for your service project is required (a quick email to your advisor may satisfy your pre-authorization). You can start accumulating Community Service hours during the summer.
Horsemanship Program: Arrangements to take Horsemanship during the school year should be made by request to your College & Career Advisor (high school students) or Mr. Blute (middle school students). For information on the program, please contact Cassie Belmont at MVEquestrian@gmail.com.
iPads: iPads will be distributed prior to the beginning of the school year. Your iPad contract may be submitted and your insurance paid at the Business Office. The contract is available online (at the link above).
Lockers: Locker assignments will be available on Focus toward the end of the summer.
Parking Permits: Students must have a vehicle parking permit in order to park on campus. Placards can be purchased on line for $20.00 on or before August 16th. Placards purchased August 17th and thereafter will be sold for $30.00.
Performing Arts: Auditions and/or pre-requisites are required for some Performing Arts classes.
Physical Education Clothing: P.E. apparel may be purchased online by clicking on the link above. Once purchase is confirmed, you may print the receipt and submit it to your P.E. teacher on the first day of class to receive your PE clothing.
Seniors: A senior packet with information on senior portraits, parking in the senior lot, and other specific “senior” information will be available toward the end of the summer.
Student Lunch Account: Students may purchase food in the cafe using their mySchoolBucks student lunch account. There is NO surcharge for replenishing funds through their website. To visit the mySchoolBucks website and/or to add funds to your students lunch account please click on this link (mySchoolBucks).
Summer Reading The lists of summer reading assignments by grade/teacher will be available by June 1.
Textbooks: Middle School and High School textbook lists and ISBNs will be available by June. For information on Digital Textbooks, please refer to the eBook Instructions available at the “Textbooks” link above. Textbooks may be purchased from MBS Direct (mbsdirect.net) starting July 1st. Textbooks may also be purchased from any other source utilizing the ISBN to make sure you are purchasing the correct edition.