Mountain Meadows 21st Century Learning Academy  

"Home of the Mustangs"

4200 Mountain Meadow Drive
Moorpark, CA 93021
(805)378-6306 Main
(805)531-6624 Fax 

March 31, 2015

 Our Mission
In a rigorous, academic climate, students are empowered to become active learners prepared for the technology and media-driven world of the 21st century. Students learn essential skills for success including critical thinking, problem-solving, communication and collaboration.

 School Contact Information Minimize

Marcia Hamilton

Tisha Glassman

Julie Tedder
Office Manager

Norma Newell 
Clerical Technician

​Patricia Barr
Health Technician​

 School Hours
School Hours





TK* – 3rd

         8:15 - 2:30


   4th & 5th

8:00 – 2:31



Lunch Hours

Lunch Periods

Monday - Friday

TK - 1st:    11:25 - 12:05

2nd & 3rd: 11:40- 12:20

4th & 5th:  11:50 - 12:30



 Community Funding Solutions
Community Funding Solutions (CFS)
We are excited to announce a new partnership with Community Funding Solutions (CFS).

The program is simple: When you use a CFS-affiliated real estate agent to buy or sell real estate, you can direct a sizable donation to us equivalent to 20% of the agent's commission! That means a big check to us and a huge thanks to you for making it happen.

There is no cost to you (or to our Academy). This is a straight donation from the real estate agent to us as their way of giving back to the community. Like the CFS slogan says, 'Great Agents Give Back!' So if you or someone you know is thinking of buying or selling real estate, please click on the logo above to go to the website and sign up!

 District Office News


It's been in the news that there has been an increase in measles cases in California. The Moorpark Unified School District offers the following information for parents and community members:

Symptoms of the measles (from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention):  The symptoms of measles generally appear about seven to 14 days after a person is infected.  It typically begins with: high fever, cough, runny nose, and red, watery eyes.    Three to five days after symptoms begin, a rash breaks out. When the rash appears, a person’s fever may spike to more than 104°.  After a few days, the fever subsides and the rash fades. Learn more about measles here: .

Measles is a highly contagious disease. It can be serious for young children. Protect your child by making sure he or she is up to date on vaccinations.

The Moorpark Unified School District has a very high percentage of students (grades K-12) who are fully immunized.

For more information, please contact the Ventura County Health at 805-981-5201 or  Additional immunization information can be found at

The ABC's of 2014-2015:

Accountability, Building Relationships, Concrete Results

Ensuring academic excellence through highly effective teaching and leadership, innovative 21st century learning environments, and connecting with every student every day. 


 Mountain Meadows Pictorial Highlights

 Parking Lot Safety Reminders Minimize

Safety in the parking lot before and after school continues to be a concern. Please remember the following:


Drive slowly.



Stay to the right to drop off/pick up students.

Pull all the way to the side gate before dropping off/picking up students.

Do not drop off/pick up students near the front gate as this stops the flow of traffic.

Do not allow your children to cross the parking lot by themselves.

If you would like to get out of your vehicle to walk your child to the gate, park in a designated parking space.  Do not park in the traffic lane.

Do not stop in front of the handicapped parking spaces.  The law requires that these spaces be accessible.

If you need to use your cell phone, please use a hands-free device or park in a designated parking space before you dial.


Use the crosswalk to get through the parking lot.

Wait for the crossing guard to stop traffic before crossing the parking lot.

If everyone, drivers and pedestrians, follows the rules then our parking lot will be a safer place for all.

 Cans for Classrooms

Thank you to everyone who supported “Cans for Classrooms” last year.  We were able to collect $3,876 in recyclable cans and plastic bottles.  This money helped pay for the costs of operating our copy machines and some classroom supplies.  This year, we will schedule four C4C events. Here are the dates for our "Cans for Classrooms" recycling events: October 3, 2014,  January 9, 2015, April 17, 2015 and June 5, 2015. All events take place on a Friday.

Please remember the following as you save cans and bottles for the next C4C Competitions:



Look for the CA Cash or CRV words on items.
     Don't see it?  Look on the bottom for the #1 or #2.
Separate CA Cash aluminum cans from plastic.

Separate plastic: 
     Clear plastic is bagged (PETE 1).  
     Colored soda bottles are OK to include. 
     Milky colored plastic is placed in the #1 green tub for further sorting.
     Colored plastic is placed in the #2 green tub (no soda bottles).

Please, NO milk containers or Sunny Delight containers.


Thank you for supporting Mountain Meadows and the environment

 Important Information

Important D​ates​

3/30 - 4/6 Spring Recess

4/7 School Resumes

4/8 Triple P "Lying" 9am Room 36

4/13 SBAC Coffee with the Principal

4/15 ELAC/DLAC -Flory Auditorium 6-8pm

4/17 Cans 4 Classrooms

4/20 - 5/15 SBAC Testing

​If you have moved, please remember to provide the office with your PROOF OF ADDRESS.

 Smarter Balanced Assessment

The New State Tests for Grades 3-8 & 11

Click the icon below for the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments Practice and Training Tests in English-Language Arts and Math.

Just click "Sign In"

Select your "Grade" and Click "Yes"

The Practice and Training Tests help students become familiar with the online tools they will use during the tests.

 Student Supply Lists
Supply List

2014/2015 School Supply List

English / Spanish​


 Child Nutrition

 Playground Safety Reminders Minimize

Please follow these important safety rules when you are on the playground:

STUDENTS: Only Mountain Meadows students may play on the playground.  Younger and older siblings who are not Mountain Meadows’ students may not play on the playground.  All students must play by Mountain Meadows’ school rules at all times.

: Parents are welcome to walk their students to the playground, but please remember that games and equipment are for students only.  Parents are welcome to join us on Fridays for our weekly Spirit Assembly.

Please follow the directions of the Campus Aides for the safety of all of our students.

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