Mission Vista Academy
Family Newsletter - Week of November 16, 2020
Delivering the Heart of Homeschooling
- Notice of Public Hearing for Budget Overview for Parents
- Mission Vista Turkey Trot
- ELAC Meeting Information
- 2020/21 School Calendar
- Our Goals: Mission and Schoolwide Learner Outcomes
- Enrichment Update
- MVA Science Fair Information
- MVA Spelling Bee!
- NEW! Family Liaison Office Hours Thursdays, 3 pm - 4 pm
- Sharing the Homeschool Heart: Documenting your Homeschooling Journey
- COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS! Virtual Clubs Info!!
- English Learners
- MVA High School
- FREEBIE! MagicBlox
- FREE Teaching Resources - Grade Level Reading Suggestions
- Intervention Site - Grade level tips on fun ways to fill the learning gaps
- Mindset Mondays!
- TK-8 Curriculum Showcase Webinars
- 2020/21 OSP (Online Subscription Package)
- MVA apparel Show off your school spirit!
- New! Mission Vista Academy Social Media
- School Resource Websites to Bookmark
- Your Mission Vista Academy Team
Notice of Public Hearing
Click here to view the notice with live links.
Mission Vista Academy Turkey Trot - Tuesday is the last day for submissions!
Hello Mission Vista Families,
Mission Vista Academy is having its first Turkey Trot, and we would really like you to join in the fun. Our Turkey Trot is going to be a little competition between our Mission Vista Academy Teachers and our Mission Vista Academy Families. Let's show how thankful our Mission Vista families are for our Mission Vista teachers by getting more minutes logged than the teachers.
Choose a day between November 10th - November 17th to do the Turkey Trot with your student. The Turkey Trot can be done with just the student or as a family. The Turkey Trot can be done inside your house or outside your house.
Dress your student or family up in your most creative turkey attire. (Example is shown below, and Pinterest has a lot of ideas as well)
Begin your Trot, Walk, Run, Bike, Scooter, or Turkey Dance for as long as your student/family wants. (Write down how many minutes your Turkey "Trot" lasted.)
Fill out this Turkey Trot Survey. The survey will have you tell us how many minutes your Turkey Trot lasted. It will also have you upload a picture of your student or family in their turkey attire. Show off your school spirit by dressing up and maybe win a prize!
We will be putting all the pictures together in a Turkey Trot slideshow. If you would like to have your picture presented for other families and teachers to see, please fill out the waiver linked in the survey.
We will be keeping a tally of minutes that Teachers and Families are logging during the week.
We will announce the winner of the Turkey Trot minutes on November 17th.
Also, we are having a competition of who had the Most Creative Turkey Attire. There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Place Prize:
1st Place Prize - $25.00 Gift Card to Baskin Robbins
2nd Place Prize - $20.00 Gift Card to Baskin Robbins
3rd Place Prize - $10.00 Gift Card to Baskin Robbins
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We can't wait to see all the pictures of the Teachers and Families doing the Turkey Trot! Have fun!
English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC) Parent Meeting
Parents of English Learners | Padres de estudiantes de inglés
What is ELAC?
The English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) makes recommendations regarding programs for students with second language needs. The purpose of the ELAC is to provide parents of English Learners opportunities to:
- Learn more about the programs offered to their children
- Participate in the school’s needs assessment of students, parents, and teachers
- Provide input in the most effective ways to support full participation of English Learners in all school activities
- Provide input on the most effective ways to ensure attendance
Join us on Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at 5 pm
On the agenda for November 17, 2020:
- Ratify the ELAC Bylaws
- Review New Reclassification Criteria
- Discuss ELD Standards and Designated ELD
***The meeting will be translated in Spanish***
Questions? Contact Lisa Mesa at email@example.com
Mission Vista Academy invita a todos los padres de estudiantes de inglés a unirse al grupo de padres del Comité Asesor de Estudiantes de inglés (ELAC).
¿Qué es ELAC?
El Comité Asesor de Estudiantes de Inglés (ELAC) hace recomendaciones sobre programas para estudiantes con necesidades de un segundo idioma. El propósito del ELAC es brindar a los padres de los estudiantes de inglés oportunidades para:
- Conozca más sobre los programas que se ofrecen a sus hijos.
- Participar en la evaluación de necesidades de la escuela de estudiantes, padres y maestros.
- Proporcionar información de las formas más efectivas para apoyar la participación total de los estudiantes de inglés en todas las actividades escolares.
- Proporcionar información sobre las formas más efectivas de garantizar la asistencia.
17 de noviembre a las 5 pm
En la agenda:
* Ratificar los estatutos de ELAC
* Revisar los nuevos criterios de reclasificación
* Discutir los estándares de ELD y ELD designado
Si tiene preguntas, comuníquese con Lisa Mesa en firstname.lastname@example.org
2020/21 School Calendar
We are Mission Vista Academy Proud!
Working Together - Mission Vista Academy
The mission of Mission Vista Academy is to develop the individual gifts of students in Riverside County and adjacent counties to become critical thinkers, responsible citizens, and innovative leaders prepared for academic and real-life achievement in the 21st Century. The mission will be accomplished through quality, personalized, standards-based education, which could include online coursework, offline textbook work, and unique hands-on and experiential learning experiences facilitated in partnership with students, parents, staff, and community.
Schoolwide Learner Outcomes
At Mission Vista Academy, we have goals for our students that are known as Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs). SLOs are a part of our school culture: they reflect our school vision, the College and Career Readiness Standards, and the education of the whole child.
Mission Vista Students Are:
Navigators of the Digital World – Navigators of the digital world who are proficient in the use of technology, media, and online resources.
Self-Directed – Self-directed and motivated students who are able to set attainable goals to achieve academic success.
Personalized Learners – Personalized learners who are able to thrive in the style of education that best fits their individual needs.
Independent Critical Thinkers – Independent critical thinkers who have the ability to problem-solve, take ownership, and apply their knowledge to a variety of problems.
Responsible Citizens – Responsible citizens who demonstrate integrity and respect while actively seeking knowledge of local and global issues.
Effective Communicators – Effective communicators who can thoughtfully articulate their thinking with confidence while collaborating with peers.
Thank you for partnering with us to achieve our goals!
Important update regarding using planning amounts on subscriptions
Please be sure to request any subscriptions that are 6-months or greater in length by November 19th.
After Nov 19, only subscriptions up to 3-months in length may be requested at a time through the end of the school year. If the subscription does not have an option for 3 months or less, then, unfortunately, we won't be able to approve that request. We encourage you to plan ahead for any subscriptions you might be interested in ordering. Thank you!
Enrichment Returns or Exchanges
Families should not contact vendors directly to facilitate a return or exchange; the school should be notified and will handle all requests directly. If there is a problem with an Enrichment order and an item has arrived damaged or is defective, please contact your teacher.
If an item is no longer needed or wanted, it may be returned to the school but cannot be returned to the vendor for a refund. Please do not contact vendors directly to request a return or exchange. Thank you!
Thanksgiving Break - EOS Closure Alert
The EOS will be offline during Thanksgiving Break:
November 20th at 4:30 pm - November 30th at 8 am
MVA VIRTUAL SCIENCE FAIR
Hello MVA Families!
Want to get your student excited about science? Why not have them participate in our MVA Science & Engineering Fair?! It is a fun way to dive into science and experiment! No question is too small. Have a topic but not sure how to make it into a science fair project? Email me! I am happy to help.
MVA finalists from each grade level span will move on to the Riverside County Science & Engineering Fair. We will be in Division 4 along with similar schools to ours. This means more of a chance for our students to be recognized at a smaller but still a county-level fair. Finalists will be picked from each division to then be moved on to a final county fair with finalists from the other divisions. From there it is on to state!
If you want your student to participate in the MVA Science Fair please fill out the Participation Survey within the MVA Science Fair Smore. Take a look at let us know if you have any questions! We can't wait to see all the awesome projects!
Watch the Parent Info Session HERE
Please email me with any questions you may have.
Click the link above to get up to date information about the 20/21 Mission Vista Science Fair!
3rd Annual Mission Vista Qualifying Spelling Bee!
We are so excited to announce our 3rd Annual Mission Vista Qualifying Spelling Bee! The Bee will be held in February 2021 and is open to all Mission Vista students who are in 4th-8th grade.
The qualifying student will have the opportunity to advance to the County Spelling Bee in March, where the winner is then advanced to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in May.
If your child is interested in competing at our qualifying bee, please fill out this survey to join our interest list. Once the interest list has been determined and initial registration has been completed, a list of study words will be sent to you via email.
Thank you for your interest! Please reach out to your HST with any questions.
NEW! Family Liaison Office Hours
Your Family Liaisons will be offering weekly office hours on Thursdays, from 3-4 pm. This is a time each week when you can drop in to ask questions and is open to all parents and teachers at MVA. This is an opportunity to chat about anything homeschooling. Here are just a few things that could be discussed during this time:
- Schedules, Routines, and Rhythms
- Schooling Multiple Children
- How to Navigate our Enrichment Ordering System (EOS)
- Resistant Learners
- Getting Organized
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/92918057971
What if you can't make it during our office hours? No problem at all; your Family Liaisons are available Monday through Friday, so don't hesitate to call or email us:
phone: (951) 378-6144
phone: (951) 541-4809
Homeschooling How To:
Documenting your homeschooling journey!
While organizing and documenting your school year can be daunting...it can also be therapeutic and a great way to look back on what your student(s) have accomplished throughout the year!
So...where do you start? It's easy! Just follow the few simple tips and tricks below to create your very own HOMESCHOOL YEARBOOK that both you and your student will be proud of!
1.Choose HOW and WHERE you would like to document your year
Whether you choose to create your own homeschooling social media page or make a physical scrapbook to showcase your year, there are endless ways to chronicle your day to day routine. Simply choose how you would like to create your yearbook and jump in!
I have seen several great homeschooling pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest, to just name a few. If you choose to put together a page-bound yearbook, there are amazing sites such as Chatbooks, Shutterfly, and Mixbooks that are fun and easy to use without having to leave your home. Even Target and Costco have photo labs that let you create beautifully bound photo books with vivid colors and preset designs to make your life easier!
2.Select your photos
If you're anything like me...you probably have 13,109 photos on your phone RIGHT NOW! Start going through your school photos and deleting duplicates, blurry images, and pictures that you may not want to include in your yearbook. Choose photos that bring back great memories, highlight clubs or co-ops, field trips, and those that show off your student's work.
3.Organizing your photos
Whether you are starting your yearbook halfway through the year or wanting to chronicle your photos from the first day of school...you will want to group your photos either by unit studies, classes or projects. Organizing your photos by subject is very important when putting your yearbook together. Outline each page(s) with a specific theme or topic and build on it by adding photos that coordinate with the theme. For example...we are doing a unit study on outer space. I would start by creating a collage of photos all about our studies of space by showing what activities we did together. I might even include a picture of an essay my daughter wrote about astronauts and space travel. What a great way to hold on tight to those precious work samples without having to keep all the paperwork!
4. Compile photos into a yearbook
Once you have selected photos to put into your book...you may start adding them daily, weekly, or monthly depending on the option you choose to have it created. Many sites allow you to add photos throughout the year until you feel that your book is complete. This means that your book will stay saved on the site of your choosing until it's completed and ready to be printed! You can also choose to add text and graphics to your book to give descriptions of what your student is working on and add a little whimsy to your pages!
Easy right? Creating a yearbook can be a whole lot of fun and well worth the effort!
Looking for more ideas? Check out Dual Credit at Home for more fun and inspiring ideas!
Andrea Hart, MVA Family Liaison
MVA Virtual Clubs!
Light those fires this week by introducing your students to new ideas and concepts offered up by our amazing homeschool teachers.
Come join the fun as we explore and learn together! More information and club schedules will be emailed to you by your HST on Mondays.
There is no need to preregister your students; just show up. Make sure to check out the details regarding each club, so you know whether to gather any needed supplies. However, we have been reassured that if you do not have those supplies on hand; your student can still attend and will still be able to learn and enjoy.
Questions? Reach out to the MVA Community Connections Coordinator at email@example.com or your HST
MVA Virtual Clubs Info Session Recording!
HIGH SCHOOL HANG OUT WITH CELEBRITY TOP CHEF BRIAN MALARKEY
On Friday, November 20th, at 10:30 am All-Stars Top Chef contestant, Brian Malarkey will zoom in with high schoolers to talk about his path to successful entrepreneurship including opening several of his own restaurants, appearing on many televised shows as a judge and/or contestant and inspiring countless Americans to reach for their dreams. See our flyer for more details. PLEASE RSVP HERE.
Share your Mission Vista Virtual Club photos with us!
Nobody Has More Fun Than Our MVA Families....
The Everson kids getting ready for the Turkey Trot!
The Everson and Hart children had a great time participating in this years Turkey Trot!
The Hart girls are ready for the Turkey Trot!
EL Coordinator 2020/21- Hi MVA families. My name is Lisa Mesa, and I am your EL Coordinator. This is my 23rd year in education, five of those in the charter realm. I have a Master’s in Multicultural Education and am a second language learner myself. My first language is Albanian :) I remember the difficulty of going to school as a kindergartener and knowing no English. I can relate and aim to make your acquisition of English as easy as possible. Your HST is your first point of contact for questions, but please also feel free to contact me at any time. firstname.lastname@example.org
19/20 ELPAC Scores- are available under testing on your Parent Portal! If your student was unable to complete the test due to COVID school closure, there may be an opportunity to complete the ELPAC this fall.
Initial ELPAC- If your child is slated to take the Initial ELPAC based on your Home Language Survey responses, your HST will be contacting you about administering the Initial ELPAC within the month.
Reclassification--If your child has an overall score of 4 on the ELPAC and no more than one 2 in the four domains of reading, writing, listening, and speaking, he/she could qualify to be reclassified from EL to Reclassified Fluent English Proficient (RFEP). If your child qualifies, your HST will contact you with more details within the next 2 weeks.
ELD Instruction- If your child is classified as EL, they are required to participate in 30 minutes of ELD (English Language Development) instruction every day. Brainpop EL is available for Free to all of our EL students. Contact your HST for more information on how to enroll your child.
Curriculum Recommendations for our EL Students - your HST can help explain these options or reach out to me.
Wonders 2nd - 6th grade
Study Sync 6th - 12th grade
Reading Eggs &Eggspress PreK - 8th Grade
BrainPOP ELL - K-12th grade
ELD Courses for High School Elective Credit- Your child can now receive high school elective credit for the following ELD support classes. See here for courses and class descriptions.
MVA High School Curriculum Roadshow Slides
Hello High School Parents!
Check out the Mission Vista Academy High School Curriculum Roadshow presentation and recording in case you missed it!
Have questions about High School? Reach out to your Mission Vista Academy High School Success Coordinator, Summer Davidson at email@example.com
Important Dates for 2021 Graduates:
UC Application - Due November 30
CSU Application - Due December 4
FAFSA - Application is open
**The school will be closed November 23-27 for Thanksgiving break.
Counseling Information Sessions
Please join us for the following information sessions. All sessions will be offered at 11 am and 5 pm, here: Counseling Webinar Link
Concurrent Enrollment: December 2
For those families who were unable to attend the UCCSU Application Information session here are the slides and recording:
Below you will find information about the UC and CSU Application Processes:
MVA High School Counselor - Holly Burke
Is your high school student struggling with their classes? Do they want to discuss how a schedule change will impact their post-high school plans or do they want to get a head start on planning for college/career? If so, I’m here to help. Please remind your high school families that I am available for individual appointments. They can request a meeting by emailing me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Opportunities
Did you know that our awesome high school teachers at MVA are inviting you to all kinds of great opportunities? From how to write an essay to chess club to exploring the stock market; there's something for everyone. All students are welcome-your student does not have to be enrolled in Edgenuity or CPA to attend the sessions. Please RSVP for any sessions your student would like to attend. There are two flyers below for November.
FREE ONLINE BOOKS at MAGICBLOX!
MAGICBLOX is an online book library of award-winning kid's books from publishers and authors from around the world! They encourage children to explore other cultures by providing them with books in many languages including English, Spanish, French, and Italian.
Whether your child is just learning their ABCs or learning another language after school, they can travel further with MagicBlox. You will find new books from the Magicblox Creator Community being added almost every week.
Magicblox understands the importance of keeping our kids safe, which is why all of their books are carefully reviewed before going online. Your child can follow their favorite adventure with text, chapters, and sound or even sit back and listen to audiobooks with follow-along narrations. Read books on any laptop or desktop web browser.
Free Teaching Resources
Mission Vista's School at Home Website
Mission Vista worked together with others to create this resource site for our families and for parents who are now faced with homeschooling their own children. Feel free to share this site!
Please reach out to your Family Liaisons or your HST at any time. We're here for you!
This Week's School at Home Website Spotlight - Grade Level Reading Suggestions
This week we are taking a peek at the resources offered for selecting books appropriate for your child's grade and/or reading level, as well as other resources that support their reading.
Here, you will find the following resources:
- The CA Department of Education Reading Lists
- Accessing ReadWorks, a free option for families! ReadWorks is a helpful resource for families with students in grades K-12. Through this site, students can highlight, annotate, and complete assignments online. Teachers can access progress reports & automatic grading. You can also easily print any of their content and curriculum to share with your students.
- Scholastic books, lesson plans, and other ideas
- Read-A-Loud Revivals amazing booklist
- Additional K-12 reading suggestions
- Spanish children stories, where you can read in English or Spanish
- Reading lists by grade level
All of these resources are located in one location, making it easier for you! Just click here to check it out.
Is your child in the 5th grade or higher?
Did your child score in the red on the STAR360?
Would your child benefit from small group instruction?
If you answered yes to those questions, your child may be eligible for Outstanding Direct Instruction (ODI) in math or reading.
ODI is a live, online, small group program offered by our Student Services Department.
In reading, we will focus on comprehension and vocabulary development strategies and skills. In math, classes include multiplication up through multi-step problems. The commitment is for 4 weeks, 2 times per week for 45 minutes per class. Classes are conducted on Mondays - Thursdays. ODI is free for enrolled, eligible students.
Reach out to your HST today!
Grade Level Tips on Fun Ways to Fill the Learning Gaps
This Week: Fourth Grade
Nothing makes learning a new math concept better than introducing it through a game! Play a greater than/less than game to learn something new.
4.NBT.A.2: I can compare two larger numbers by using what I know about the values in each place. symbols to show the comparison.
4.NBT.A.2: I can compare two larger numbers and use the symbols >, = and < to show the comparison.
Geometry in 4th grade???? Yes, there is. But don’t stress…..learn about classifying angles in this fun video.
4.MD.C.5: I can understand concepts of angle measurement.
Use all sorts of household items and games to solidify your student’s understanding of fractions.
4.NF.A.1: I can recognize and generate equivalent fractions based on my knowledge of numerators and denominators.
4.NF.A.2: I can compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators by creating common denominators or numerators or by comparing them to a benchmark fraction like one-half.
Fourth graders are really getting into higher-level reading. Use this freebie from Teacher Pay Teachers to help with finding the main idea in a non-fiction text.
RI.4.2: I can figure out the main idea in informational texts.
RI.4.2: I can explain how the main idea in informational texts is supported by the details in the text.
We know that fourth graders have big opinions! Help them get those opinions in writing using a tool like this.
W.4.1: I can write to share my opinion on topics or texts and provide reasons and information to support that opinion.
W.4.1.A: I can write my opinion in an organized way that introduces my topic clearly, states my opinion, and groups related ideas together.
W.4.1.B: I can give reasons that are supported by facts and details when writing my opinion.
Listen to a 4th-grade story here on youtube. Learn about the ocean and a little American history, while you read along to Stormalong.
RF.4.4: I can fluently read and understand books at my level well.
RF.4.4.A: I can read and understand fourth-grade texts.
RF.4.4.B: I can read fourth-grade books and poems aloud accurately, at the right speed, and with expression.
Also, did you know that our school has a website with videos and tools all linked and prerecorded if your student is having trouble in math, reading, or writing?
Mindset Mondays is changing things up a bit this month. This month’s webinars will both be interactive, offering students a chance to ask questions and put into practice what they are learning. Please bring something to write and/or color with and wear something comfortable!
Mindset Monday November Topic: “Nagging Nerves”
DID YOU KNOW?? Researchers are finding that children and adolescents are experiencing higher levels of anxiety and depression during this time of COVID-19. Join Miss Joy and Miss Rachel on 11/9 and 11/16 for Mindset Mondays sessions where November's topic is Nagging Nerves: Tools For Anxiety.
We will be helping students identify what anxiety feels like in our bodies and equipping them with tools to manage it.
Mindset Monday Webinar Dates/Times
Monday, November 9th - Part 1
Monday, November 16th - Part 2
10:00am - TK-5th grade
1:00pm - 6th-12th grade
Additional “Nagging Nerves” Resources
TK-5th Grade Resources:
The Imagine Neighborhood” Podcast (for young children) designed to help children and grown-ups grow their social-emotional skills (covers topics like pandemic with imaginative stories that kids can relate to).
“What to Do When You Worry Too Much” by Dawn Huebner - 30 minute read-a-loud book on anxiety for children to listen to with their parents. Children will learn great tips including setting aside a “worry time” and creating a “worry box”.
Zoom-Out Cards - Help your child shift perspective with these fun facts.
Worry Coping Cards - Print these to have on hand when your child needs a strategy to calm their anxieties.
Fight Flight Freeze – Anxiety Explained For Teens - Watch this video developed by Anxiety Canada to learn how anxiety keeps us alive, and how worries in your head affect what you feel in your body.
Social Anxiety Safety Behaviors Worksheet - In social situations, safety behaviors are subtle actions people take to avoid anxiety. For example, someone who is anxious about socializing at a party might focus on their phone to discourage others from approaching. Although safety behaviors provide temporary relief, they make anxiety worse in the long-run. The Social Anxiety Safety Behaviors worksheet teaches the basics of avoidance, and how safety behaviors fill the same role.
Worry Exploration Questions - When people worry, they tend to imagine the worst thing that could possibly happen. In reality, these worries may never come true. What could happen isn’t the same as what will happen. In the Worry Exploration Questions worksheet, students are asked to consider their worry versus reality.
Study tips for Anxiety - Study skills help to reduce test anxiety, improve focus, and increase motivation to do well on tests. Good study habits are important for all students, but they are particularly beneficial for those with test anxiety.
Zoom-Out Cards - Help your child shift perspective with these fun facts.
TK-8 Curriculum Showcase Recordings
Over the summer, our South Schools' Family Liaisons joined together to bring our families 'Themed Curriculum Weeks!' Each week had its theme: All-In-One Curriculum, Math, Language Arts, History, Science, and Subscription Boxes. Your Liaisons kicked off each week with a webinar highlighting popular curriculum choices. Additionally, throughout each themed week, webinars were scheduled with curriculum companies to share more about their products. If you missed any of these or want to check them out again, visit our special Webinar Newsletter.
THIS NEWSLETTER INCLUDES:
✦ Curriculum showcases hosted by the South Schools' Family Liaisons, during which they share about popular curriculum options and subject-specific curriculum webinars offered by the providers.
Additionally, you will find links to the following:
✦ 20/21 Online Subscription Package Webinars
✦ The High School Curriculum Roadshow
2020/21 Online Subscription Package
2020-21 ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION PACKAGE (OSP)
There is no need to opt-in or opt-out this year; all students will receive subscriptions based on their grade level.
TK-4th grade: MobyMax, BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr., and Touch-type Read & Spell
5-8th grade: MobyMax, Grammarly, and Touch-type Read & Spell
9-12th grade: Shmoop
*Additional subscription options are available via OSP A LA CARTE.
The OSP Handbook is your one-stop-shop for all information regarding the OSP. The handbook includes detailed information as well as updates & answers to our most frequently asked questions. Please be sure to visit the OSP Handbook before contacting us.
OSP HANDBOOK DIRECT LINKS
Overview page - provides general information
Announcements page - provides up-to-date important/need-to-know information
General FAQ - provides answers to FAQ about the OSP in general (NOT subscription specific)
OSP Subscriptions - provides more detailed information regarding the OSP (packaged) subscriptions
A LA CARTE Subscriptions - provides more detailed information regarding the A LA CARTE subscriptions
Webinars - provides links to the webinars available for each subscription
OSP OFFICE HOURS
If you need additional help, please consider joining our weekly office hours. Every Wednesday from 1:30 - 2:30 pm https://zoom.us/j/96453949454
SHOW OFF YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT WITH YOUR VERY OWN MISSION VISTA APPAREL!
Wanna show off your school spirit? Purchase your very own Mission Vista T-shirt, sweatshirt, tote bags, and MUCH more!
Visit the Mission Vista website for the full list of school apparel and other goodies now!
MISSION VISTA FACEBOOK GROUP!
JOIN OUR NEW FACEBOOK GROUP FOR DAILY UPDATES!
We are here to encourage and support you on this exciting adventure! Let's build a strong community of homeschool families!
Feel free to follow Mission Vista Academy's Instagram Page.
*Access to this page is granted after enrollment has been verified.
Contact us! Your Mission Vista Academy Family Liaisons!
Andrea Hart email@example.com (951) 378-6144
Audrey Everson firstname.lastname@example.org (951) 541-4809
School Resource Websites to Bookmark!
Mission Vista Academy Family Liaisons
Hello! My name is Andrea Hart, and I am a homeschooling momma of two beautiful girls. Thanks to Mission Vista Academy, we have been homeschooling for 2 years and absolutely love the freedom and new learning experiences that it provides us daily. Homeschooling has changed our lives for the better, and I can’t wait to help other families learn, grow, and navigate through this extraordinary journey. I'm here to help encourage, guide, and answer any question you may have! I can’t wait to connect with you.
Hi everyone! I am a mom of 3 awesome kids ranging in age from 12 to 8 years old. My husband and I are high school sweethearts and have been married for 17 years. Having homeschooled our children over the last 8 years in 3 different states, I've found homeschooling here in California, especially with Mission Vista Academy, has been a great fit for our homeschool journey. I am grateful for our ability to homeschool so freely and I aspire to assist other families with their own homeschool adventures!
We want to hear from you!
What do you want to hear more about? Drop us an email!
We'd love to answer all of your questions in regards to homeschooling
and learn more about what your homeschool lifestyle looks like!
Our goal is to provide you with the best homeschool program in Riverside County and San Bernardino County...so we want your feedback! If you have any comments, suggestions, or concerns, please let us know!