Parent Message: April
Greetings Mountain View Community,
We are very excited to welcome students who are joining us for Hybrid learning back to campus starting April 19th! Please see the section on Hybrid Learning Details below for more information.
What's New Right Now:
Hybrid Learning starting Monday 4/19 (see below)
State Testing Beaverton School District will be participating in state testing this year, but we are waiting for more guidance as to what testing will look like at Mountain View. Stay tuned for more info from the district.
If you do NOT want your student to participate in state testing this year, the forms to opt out are below. Please return your form to the main office as soon as possible.
Student Orientation will take place for Hybrid students on April 19th and April 20th for all grade levels.
Honored to Serve This Community,
Our Hybrid schedule for all students starting April 19:
Hybrid Learning Detail Sheet
Hello MVMS Families,
We are so excited to welcome your students on campus soon! Here is some information regarding our new Hybrid schedule that will start on April 19, 2021. If you have chosen to remain in CDL, you will continue to access your classes online.
While your students' teachers remain consistent and students will attend their courses in the same order, their lunch time has moved and the bell schedule has changed as a result. Please review this new Hybrid Bell Schedule with your student.
Staff will be leading orientation and welcoming activities with students on the first day back. We know all students, but especially 6th graders may be nervous, and we are ready to help them every step of the way!
When coming into school, students should bring:
2-layer mask (gator style mouth coverings will need to be doubled up)
backpack or bag (this will stay with students at all times)
fully charged Chromebook and charger
course specific supplies used in CDL (watch for teacher information)
pencil or pen
water bottle (with your student’s name clearly written on it)
jacket or sweatshirt for outdoor activities
earbuds or headphones (labeled with your student’s name on them)
lunch box/bag (if your student does not plan to eat *lunch at school)
* All school lunches are free of charge for the duration of the current school year.
If your student is assigned to Group 1 your student will be on site at Mountain View on Mondays & Thursdays and will participate remotely in all classes on all other school days, with Wednesdays as the only exception.
If your student is assigned to Group 2 your student will be on site at Mountain View on Tuesdays & Fridays and will participate remotely in all classes on all other school days, with Wednesdays as the only exception.
Students will attend Advisory ONLY on Wednesdays from 11:46am-12:16pm.
If you are unsure of what group your student is in, please give us a call at 503.356.2660.
ARRIVAL: Click here to see the map of grade level entrances and exits.
Building Opens at 9:45
1st period starts at 10:00 am. Students who arrive after 10:00 am enter the building through the Main Office Entrance. Students will be buzzed into the building and they will go to the Student Center where Ms. Sharman will check them in and get them a tardy slip.
Students who arrive after 10:30 am will need to go to the student center to check in with the attendance secretary one student at a time. Please remind students to follow signs and indicators instructing them where to stand and to maintain social distance.
Students will be dismissed at 3:50pm.
Early Pick Up:
Students leaving early from school will need to bring a note and drop it off in the attendance office. Once you arrive at School, please call 503.356.2667 to notify the Attendance Office you are here. Staff will walk out with your student and check your Identification before releasing your student.
Dropping off items for students:
If you need to drop off lunch, a Chromebook, or other items for your student, please have the item marked with the student's name. Once you are at Mountain View, please call from the parking lot 503.356.2660. A staff member will come out and pick up the item(s) and ensure they are delivered to your student.
New BSD Video Released:
A "Day in the Life of a Secondary Hybrid Student"; available in English, Spanish and Somali. In addition to our YouTube channel, this video can be found on our BSD webpage for Return to In-Person Instruction under the "For Secondary Parents" tab. Please know, this video is meant to give an overview. There may be protocols specific to our school that will not be captured in this video.
MVMS Hybrid Safety Summary; in English and in Spanish
Please click HERE for our Hybrid Model staff and student safety agreements at Mountain View. If you have selected hybrid, please review this information before returning to the building.
Right now, we are unable to have Parent/Community Volunteers in the building. We will let you know as soon as this changes.
Please have your students bring a full water bottle to school with their name on it. They will be able to refill their bottles at lunch.
Cell Phone Policy:
We respectfully request that all cell phones are off and away while students are in the building. Earbuds and headphones can be used only when approved by staff.
Thank you for engaging in our community! If you have any questions at all, please call us at 503.356.2660.
Nutrition Services Spring Info
The Link to the Google Form for 5-day Meal Bag Registration is on our webpage. We strongly encourage families who are signing up for 5-Day Meal Bag to use the online form. Paper copies of the sign-up form are available in English and Spanish at all service locations. (Registration is not required, but we will be preparing meal bags based on registration counts.)
PTO & Hybrid Q&A Session
Look forward to seeing you there!
Hybrid Learning Q&A Session
Meeting ID: 881 9595 8707
Binax Now Covid Testing in School
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) supports COVID-19 testing in public and private K-12 schools in Oregon for students and staff who display symptoms of COVID-19. The Beaverton School District has registered to have Abbott BinaxNOW rapid antigen testing available for students and staff who develop primary symptoms of COVID-19 at school. Primary symptoms of Covid-19 include:
New or different than usual shortness of breath
New or different than usual coughing
Fever of 100.4 or higher
New loss of taste or smell.
The Abbott BinaxNOW test will only be administered to students who have consent from their parent(s) or legal guardian on file. The student must be capable and willing to perform a nasal swab test independently. The parent(s) or guardian can decline testing and opt to test their child with a healthcare provider. If there is any doubt as to whether a specimen may be safely self-collected by an individual, they should be referred to their healthcare provider for COVID-19 testing. Positive test results will be shared with the Local Public Health Authority to assist in contact tracing.
If you would like your child to participate in this testing program, please complete and return the consent form to the school office. You can find the consent form at this link: https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/public-safety/emergency-preparedness/coronavirus/return-to-in-person-instruction/covid-19-health-safety-guidance under the COVID-19 Testing Information. For further information on the Abbot BinaxNOW rapid antigen test see the following link: FDA information on BinaxNOW test.
Upcoming Events to Note
April 13 PTO Meeting and Hybrid Q&A 6:30-7:30
April 19 Hybrid Learning Starts. Zero period will still meet through Zoom.