Items to be returned at this time may include textbooks, Chromebooks if leaving HCPSS, Media Center Books, musical instruments, and additional items that are property of HCPSS. Parents and students are asked to complete this form.
Items to be picked up at this time may include: items left in lockers, student artwork, Grade 8 Wax Museum items, Chromebooks ordered for the fall (only if you received an email indicating pick up), music instruments, art packets for students enrolled during the 1st semester (quarter 1, quarter 2 or full the full semester), textbooks, and needed materials for instruction indicated by an email received by your student’s teacher.
Note: If you are unable to make your time slot, please come at the next available time.
The following content items will be distributed to specific MVMS student groups:
Chromebooks: At this time, only families who requested Chromebooks before August 24th will be issued Chromebooks. A separate email has been sent to families Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Families who requested Chromebooks after August 24th will be contacted at a later date once we receive the next round of student devices for distribution.
Art Class Supplies Pick-up for virtual learning: If your child’s schedule indicates art for quarters 1 or 2 (semester one), we need you to pick up an art pack. Schedules are now available in Synergy and you can verify whether or not your child is enrolled in art during semester 1. Click here for Synergy username/password assistance. If you are unable to pick-up the art materials, students will not be penalized for not having materials and there will be an additional opportunity for pick-up at a later date. To access the schedule you can log-into www.hcpss.org/connect
Seminar C and Seminar D: Students enrolled in these courses should visit MVMS to pick up supplemental materials for these courses. Schedules are available in Synergy today, September 1 for you to verify whether or not your child is enrolled in Seminar C or Seminar D. Ms. Balimtas will be sending an email to students enrolled to ensure the pickup of materials.
Project Lead The Way (PLTW): Ms. Willging sent an email to students enrolled in PLTW indicating they should pick up materials and resources for instruction.
Instruments: Students and parents who need to pick up or drop off instruments have been notified via email.