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Corona del Mar High School

Newport-Mesa Unified School District

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    New families: if you need to start the enrollment process, please see "New Student Enrollment Info" Under the Quicklinks to the right.

    AB 130 Independent study

    Dear Parents and Guardians of all enrolled pupils in the Newport Mesa Unified School District,

    Recent legislation requires that we inform you of your right to enroll your student in either an in-person instruction setting in our local district school or in an independent study program for students whose health would be put at risk by in-person instruction during the 2021-2022 school year. The traditional independent study program for students in grades 9-12 in the Newport Mesa Unified School District is offered through Monte Vista High School. NMUSD also has the Cloud School which is a virtual program that is available for students who would like an online learning option.

    Parents choosing an Independent Study option have the right to request a pupil-parent-educator conference meeting before enrollment to review the academic program delivery, student support, enrollment process, specific academic expectations as well as the withdrawal process.

    Along with many of our program support opportunities, each Independent Study program will offer:

    ● A plan to provide opportunities for at least weekly synchronous instruction for all pupils throughout the school year. Synchronous instruction means classroom-style instruction or designated small group or one-on-one instruction delivered in person, or in the form of internet or telephonic communications, and involving live two-way communication between the teacher and pupil. Synchronous instruction shall be provided by the teacher of record.

    ● A plan to transition pupils whose families wish to return to in-person instruction from independent study expeditiously, and, in no case, later than five instructional days.

    If you’d like to learn more about Independent Study options, please contact the appropriate administrator based on your student’s grade level.

    Dr. Becky Gogel, Principal, CdM Middle School rgogel@nmusd.us

    Mr. Josh Hill, Principal, CdM High School jhill@nmusd.us

    Missing Registration?

    What do I do if I will be out of town during in-person registration?

    First day of school the student does the following:

    1-Bring the printed out and filled in “Ticket to Registration” form to the Attendance Office.

    2-Start your school day.

    3-At break/lunch go to Room 317 (with your schedule) to get your textbooks.  The student may have to go back multiple times to get their books, as there will be a line.

    4-Listen for announcements regarding “Make Up Picture Day.”  There will be two days for make-up photos.  It is important for the student to go to one of these days as this will be their yearbook photo and their ID/ASB Card photo.  They will get their ID/ASB card at the time of the photo.

     

    CdM Spotlight

    Welcome to CdM Spotlight! This page/link is intended for incoming 9th grade families (as well as any new Sea King families). Our virtual CdM Spotlight page has a great deal of important information.    Here are some highlights:

    • CdM Administration Introduction by Dr. Gogel and Mr. Hill (click on title to view video)
    • Important presentation by the CdM Counselors regarding classes, registration, and other pertinent information (click on title to view video)
    • Athletic coaches information
    • Various academic program/team information
    • Academic pathways/academies information
    • Performing Arts information
    • On Campus Leadership Groups information
    • Club Information

    Here is the designated flyer/video link to view. If you would like any additional information please contact the individual coach/advisor. In addition, Dennis Wilbanks (Athletic Director) can assist you with any Athletics questions and Michael Dobyns (Activities Director) can assist you with any other questions.

    Thanks and welcome to CdM!

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    About Our School

                  Our Mission statement

    To provide the highest level of comprehensive instruction
    aimed at empowering students to learn with resiliency,
    act with empathy, and live with integrity.