Keeping Our Schools Safe is a Top Priority:
A reminder to students, parents and community members to report any concerns regarding school safety to the school principal and/or our School Resource Officer, Deputy Coronado at (831) 633-5221 ext 3262 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are also encouraged to use the district's Tip Line found on the home page of the district website www.nmcud.org. All concerns and tips will be follow-up on.
- - - - - - - - - - - -
Mantener nuestras escuelas seguras es una prioridad principal:
Un recordatorio para los estudiantes, los padres y los miembros de la comunidad a que informen cualquier inquietud con respecto a la seguridad escolar al director de la escuela y / o a nuestro Oficial de Recursos Escolares, Deputado Coronado al (831) 633-5221 ext 3262 o al correo electrónico email@example.com. También se le recomienda utilizar la Línea de Información del distrito que se encuentra en la página de inicio del sitio web del distrito www.nmcud.org. Todas las inquietudes y consejos serán seguidos.
Educational Options is based on the premise that “one size doesn’t fit all.” Not all students will thrive or reach their full potential in the traditional comprehensive school. Our educational options programs offer non-traditional instructional structures to accommodate different student needs, interests and learning styles. At North Monterey County Unified School District, we have a continuation high school and also a K-12 alternative school of choice.
Central Bay Continuation High School is designed for students who are 16 years of age and older and at risk of not receiving a high school diploma due to a lack of credits, attendance issues, and/or a variety of concerns that place these students at serious risk of academic failure. The Central Bay staff is fully committed and focused on our main objective, which is to prepare all students for graduation. Our instructional program addresses the California State Common Core Standards and fulfills the requirements of the state and our local school board for earning a high school diploma. We offer an online credit recovery program, mental health counseling, academic counseling, teen parenting support and childcare, and career and vocational guidance services as an integral part of our program. Central Bay High School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission.
North Monterey County Center for Independent Study
NMCCIS is a voluntary K-12 alternative school of choice which is an option for students who are experiencing difficulty participating in the traditional school setting and/or who want more individualized and self-regulated instruction. The school provides a standards-based K-12 educational program with a blended learning model consisting of one-on-one meetings between teachers and students, online learning, and site-based tutorials. NMCCIS offers technologically integrated course work, career and college counseling assistance, accredited college prep curriculum, UC-approved a-g courses, NCAA approved courses, and a diploma accepted for admission by US, CSU, private, military, and technical colleges. Additionally, NMCCIS provides flexible scheduling to accommodate students who travel or work, academically accelerated students and those concurrently enrolled in community college, amateur and professional student athletes, and students with diverse learning styles. Each student meets regularly with a credentialed teacher for academic instruction, assessment, and curricular goal setting. Students complete standards-based curriculum weekly and participate in all annual state testing opportunities. The North Monterey County Center for Independent Study is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting Commission.
Most parents send their kids to the closest possible school to their residence. But what happens when the closest school is outside of the district? Eight petitioners, living just off of Crazy Horse Canyon Road, want the Monterey County Office of Education to take a good look at that very question,
All public school students in North Monterey County have free school meals for another school year, intended to help a region that is experiencing high levels of youth homelessness and family poverty.
Last year, large public school districts
A group of local school board members and superintendents took part in a professional development training course that took at least a year to complete. But, Wendy Root Askew said completing the program just goes with the territory of running for elected office.
To request your official or non official transcript, it must be requested in writing. in writing.
Enrollment appointments for 2017-2018 will take place
All official transcripts or other records need to be requested in writing.
2019 College & Career Fair/Night will be held at the North Monterey County High School Campus located on 13990 Castroville Blvd., Castroville, CA 95012 from 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM. For more information , please contact: Marlyn McMurry at 831-633-5221 ext. 3255 or Eryka Garcia at 31-633-5221 ext. 3279.
Our Back to School Night witll be held at 17500 Pesante Road, Room 9, Salinas, CA 93907, on Thursday, Spetember 19, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
North Monterey County Center for Independent Study
17500 Pesante Road
Salinas, CA 93907
(831) 663-6154 Extension 3450
(831) 663-6184 FAX
Office Hours 7:00am to 3:30pm