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Marquee Shout Outs

Celebrate your student's special day by having their name up in lights on the VdMMS Marquee!  Use the attached order form & bring the completed form to the front office.

Marquee Order Form

Parent Project Parenting Classes

Presented by the Orange County Sheriff's Department, this program provides proven strategies for raising today's adolescents. Topics include dealing with defiant behavior, reinforcing accountability and consequences, addressing poor school performance, truancy, negative peer associations, drugs, alcohol, running away and violence. Many parents take this class proactively before problems occur.

 

This is a 10-week class that runs through December 4.

 

To register, call Janet Dunford at 949-361-8386.

 

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Today: 11/21/14

Bully Free Makos

Click on the following link to anonymously report bullying you have experienced or witnessed.

Bully Report Form

 

Help VDMMS be a Bully Free Zone

 

Textbook Policy

Please be aware of Capistrano Unified School District's Policy on textbooks.

Click here to read the document.

LCAP Process Underway In California School Districts

School districts are currently working on the development of its Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). Under the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), districts have much more discretion in how they spend their funding. However, they must develop a detailed plan to show how the money will be used to improve achievement and to meet the needs of low-income students, English learners and foster children. Districts must collect input and suggestions from parents, students, staff and community members. Please see the attached Local Control Accountability Plan Report for more information.

LCAP Board Presentation

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