For those who weren’t able to join us at 7:00 pm Monday night, here’s the recording of our parent info session from MVC!
MVC’s Reopening Plan: FAQs The following questions and answers summarize the discussion held at an all-school Zoom session held on Monday, July 27 at 7:00 pm. Remote Learning & Academics Why is MVC opening in Level 4/remote learning? Earlier in this month, Governor Newsom issued a state-wide mandate prohibiting schools – including public, charter, andContinue reading “FAQs from the 7/27 All-School Zoom Session”
Dear Student & Families, MVC has been preparing all summer, and we are eager to start the 2020-2021 school year together with you. I’m grateful to those who joined me via Zoom Monday night to go over the many questions related to what 2020-2021 will look like at MVC and look forward to sharing theContinue reading “Mark Your Calendars! Important Updates & Details”
Santa Cruz County Public Health Officer Dr. Gail Newel held a press conference earlier today in which she indicated that Santa Cruz County currently meets the criteria to be on California’s COVID-19 watch list. In order to comply with the state mandate prohibiting schools – including public, charter, and private – in listed counties to openContinue reading “MVC’s Reopening Plan”
Thanks for joining us for our special livestream event, detailing the planning for the 2020-2021 school year! If you have a question about an item that was not covered in the livestream, we invite you to reach out to the appropriate MVC staff member using the contact information below. While you’re here, consider subscribing toContinue reading “Livestream Follow-Up”
The last several weeks have been full of robust research, discussion, collaboration, and prayer across our “virtual campus.” Faculty and staff have dedicated long hours, often evenings and weekends, to ensure that the MVC you return to this fall is ready, reimagined, and responsive in this new season of learning. While you can find aContinue reading “Let’s Connect”
Even as we wrap up the school year and celebrate our beloved Class of 2020 this week, the four task forces I introduced last week are hard at work planning and preparing for next year. Students are anxious to know exactly what they will return to as they embark on summer vacation. Parents need toContinue reading “Plans in Progress”
Over the last two months, I have watched you encounter unprecedented challenges, navigate previously unthinkable scenarios, and realize incredible achievements despite tremendous obstacles. Teachers transitioned curriculums on a dime, parents heroically handled the collision of their personal and professional lives, and students learned class content as well as courage, caring, and balance, attributes that willContinue reading “Fall Reopening Preparations”