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Textbook Policy

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

Click here to read the document.


ATTENTION: The Capistrano Unified School District (CUSD) does not assume any responsibility or liability for the content that may be present within external Websites linked to and from this site ...more


Join the Fun It's Family Movie Night at VdM October 24

See attached flyer for details and ordering......

Posted by: Susan Hansen-Luburic
Published: 10/5/15

Yearbooks On Sale Now

This is your  chance to guarantee a yearbook for the 2015-2016 school year.  You may preorder a yearbook from now until March 1, 2016.  Yearbooks are $40.00, and you may pay with a credit card or enter your check information on-line.  Please use the following link when preordering your yearbook:


Order Yearbooks Here


  A VERY limited number of books will be sold for $50.00 during the last week of school on a first come first serve basis starting with 8th graders.  


NEW for 2015-16  8th Grade Shout Outs

You may design a shout out for your 8th grader when you order your yearbook on the same site.  Only shout outs celebrating 8th graders will be published in the yearbook, so please do not order one for 6th and 7th graders.  Prices are listed below.

-1/8 Page for $37.50

-1/4 Page for $75

Due to space restrictions in the yearbook, these will be the only sizes available.



Posted by: Chuck Hobbs
Published: 9/15/15

Mako Pride 2015-2016

Mako Pride

MAKO PRIDE is Vista del Mar Middle school’s community service program.  Students who volunteer a total of 20 hours inside and outside of school receive a special recognition at the end of the year.  This is a wonderful opportunity for students to show they care about their community and have compassion for others.    Students who are interested in joining or rejoining MAKO PRIDE can obtain an application below or come to the office.  Please see Ms. Pollard if you have any questions.community service.jpg

Posted by: Susan Hansen-Luburic
Published: 9/9/15

Holiday Photo Opportunity!! Print and Return to PTA

Photo Op!!

Mako Pride

2014 CBEE Award


On behalf of our entire Vista del Mar Middle School community I want to say congratulations to you and your kids!

Our school was chosen by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) ...more


If you have not already done so, parents are strongly encouraged to create a Portal Account which will allow you to update your student’s emergency information in the District’s database. Most ...more

Incoming 6th Graders

Did you miss the Incoming 6th Grader Parent Night?  You can view the presentation here.

Incoming 6th Grade Parent Presentation 2015

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

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


Today: 10/7/15

VDMMS Listserv

Click Here to subscribe to the school listserv to receive general communications from the school via email.

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