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The School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is updated yearly in February. This is a legal requirement by the State of California. The SARC provides a detailed report regarding each school about class size, demographics, test scores, climate and more. The reports are published in the current year for the previous year.

 

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2018/19 New student enrollment is Now Open

Please visit the Welcome Center  website for information on how to enroll a new student in Newport-Mesa Unified School District.

For more information, please contact the address verification office at 949-515-6743 or the pre-enrollment office at 949-515-6740

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2018-2019 Bus Pass Application

Starting, May 1, 2018, Transportation will begin accepting 2018-2019 bus pass applications for all Rea, Whittier and Wilson students.  Below are the links for your reference. Parents who do not have access to a computer can apply online using their mobile phone as long as they know the student’s ID number and have an active email account.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Transportation office at (714) 424-5080.

 

The application is only open for Rea, Whittier & Wilson schools.  If a parent has another student attending a different school, they will need to apply beginning July 5, 2018.

 

 

                English: https://www.nmusd.us/secure/FreeBusPass/BusPassRequest.aspx

 

                Spanish: https://www.nmusd.us/secure/FreeBusPass/BusPassRequestSpanish.aspx

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6/19/18

Bus Pass Flyer

Bus Pass applications for the 2018-2019 school year will begin July 5, 2018. 

NMUSD Transportation
2985 Bear St. Bldg. D.
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 424-5080
Monday– Friday
7:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. 

Please visit our website at www.nmusd.us/transportation to apply or stop by our office. 

Please note: A new application must be submitted for each student. 

2018/19 Bus Pass Flyer - English/Spanish

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6/18/18

Student Using Technology in the Classroom

Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) is at the forefront of preparing students for a future that involves exciting technological advancements, innovation, and automation. Students and staff in kindergarten through twelfth grade participate in a variety of computer science, robotics, and engineering activities. Project Lead the Way and Computer Science Pathway programs in our middle and high schools, and coding and computer science programs in the elementary grades engage students in exciting technology based learning.

As the California State Board of Education continues to make significant strides in developing and implementing the Computer Science Standards, the momentum in teaching computer science in schools has never been stronger. NMUSD has introduced structured coding and computer science curriculum at many of our elementary schools, with the goal of aligning them to our new English Language Arts and Math curriculums in the fall of 2018.

One of this year’s newest district initiatives is the Elementary Vex IQ Scrimmage League. The Education Technology Department created and coordinated an intra-district robotics league for several elementary schools - Andersen, Davis, Kaiser, Newport Heights, Rea, Eastbluff, and Harbor View. Elementary robotics teachers at these sites coordinated efforts for students to compete in driver skill and teamwork challenges in this year’s Vex IQ Scrimmage League - Ringmaster. The league supported students and staff in their rigorous work aligned to Next Generation Science Standards, computer science, and engineering standards. It also allowed students to persevere in their engineering research, collaborate with teams to redesign robots, and work together to win the scrimmages and become league champions.

Our district also is hosting the 3rd Annual NMUSD District Robotics Competition, which is on Saturday, June 9th at Estancia High School. Teams from Corona del Mar Middle School, Costa Mesa Middle School, Ensign Intermediate, Tewinkle Middle School, and Estancia High School will participate in this year’s Vex EDR Challenge - In the Zone. Students will bring their creatively designed robots and competitive spirits to showcase their engineering and robotics skills as they battle for the coveted Tournament Champion award for their school.

As a district we are excited to recognize and share the amazing work of our students and staff in their computer science, engineering, and robotics efforts. We look forward to the expansion of our computer science programs and what our students will create in the near future.

Please take a moment to watch our Technology in the Classroom video as we share some of the advantages, opportunities, and the technology that we provide our students in classrooms throughout Newport-Mesa Unified School District.

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6/18/18

The Road to Calculus Event Flyer

Parent meeting to learn about shifts in mathematics 
Join us to discuss the content and practice shifts in the State Standards for Mathematics in Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) with  
Dr. Patrick Callahan and NMUSD Staff. (Spanish interpreter available)

Date: Monday, June 18, 2018* 
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 p .m.

Location: Newport Harbor High School Theater 600 Irvine  Ave. 
Newport Beach, CA 92663 

*Additional information nights will be scheduled at the start of the 2018/19 school year.

www.nmusd.us/k12curriculum
Curriculum@nmusd.us 
714-424-7533

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6/14/18

Six Seniors Recognized in the Superintendent Character Trait Awards Program

Character Trait Award Recipients

Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) recognized six high school seniors for their exceptional character leadership traits. Now in its sixth year, the program recognizes six graduating seniors from high schools throughout our district who exemplify one of the six pillars of character: caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility, and trustworthiness.

Miranda McCormick – Caring – Newport Harbor High School
Miranda cares about her community beyond the walls of the classroom. She works tirelessly in her community to help those in need and improve the lives of others. For six years, she spent her summers volunteering at our school district sponsored Camp Friendship helping younger children with autism develop social skills. She patiently and effectively connects with young people to bring out their best with her kindness that requires no acknowledgement. She also worked to ease childrens pain for children in life-threatening situations and their families as second year in a row president for the on campus the Make-A-Wish Foundation. 

James Brown – Citizenship – Estancia High School
James is a peer mentor to ninth grade students as a Link Crew Leader and has participated in Estancia’s Youth and Government program for three years, where he currently serves as delegation president. He is an ambassador of Estancia High School’s student delegate of the Australia Sister City Education Exchange Program, and is a member of Estancia’s Leo Club through Lions International and Interact Club through Rotary International, which promotes leadership and responsible citizenship. He also serves as a tutor and volunteers at local homeless shelters to help coordinate food and clothing donation campaigns.

Alexander Johnson – Respect – Early College High School
Alexander is known for showing consideration toward classmates, staff, and anyone that he meets. He firmly believes in accepting differences in others and practices tolerance of differing ideas in the classroom, and in his daily interactions with others. He consistently demonstrates the ability to be an active listener and genuinely cares about other people’s points of view. When communicating with his classmates he is respectful in his speech and actions towards others. He is a balanced thinker who is easy-going and mild-mannered.
Emily Kubisty – Fairness – Estancia High School
Emily consistently models fairness by listening to all points of view during activities and lessons, and she upholds the expectations of leadership and collaboration within the classroom. She is a Link Crew Leader at Estancia and works daily with a group of twelve freshmen leading team-building activities. She actively encourages all students to equally participate and share thoughts in a positive manner. When freshmen students experience disagreement, Emily facilitates communication and understanding between all parties to resolve potential conflicts. She pursues positive solutions to problems, and has built strong relationships as a result. Emily’s ability to be fair and play by the rules also extends to the softball field where she exemplifies the C.I.F. Victory with Honor Principles.

Ryan Hamilton – Trustworthiness – Corona del Mar High School
Ryan has gained the trust of the staff on campus by working as an office teacher assistant. Ryan takes his job seriously and listens well to directions. He understands the importance of his job and ensures that he is ready to serve at any moment. If the office staff has something very important to be delivered or needs something done right, they make sure they give it to him or they will wait until they know he is working to get it done. School staff trusts him and knows that he will be responsible for any task given.

Zaid Batarseh – Responsibility – Costa Mesa High School
Zaid responsibly runs regular meetings with his peers and organizes students in various roles to implement community and fundraising projects. Zaid has taken his school leadership roles seriously, whether as a mentor, running community events, or fundraising. He works closely with parents on various band events, attends parent meetings, does monthly reports, advocates for his peers, and works closely with his teachers. He mentors younger members of the middle school and volunteers to work with elementary students during the summer. Due to his responsible work ethic Zaid was asked to assist teachers with various organizational duties during the district’s elementary summer music program.

In May the selected students received a surprise visit from Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro and were presented a letter of recognition and an invitation to be recognized by the Board of Education at the June 12, 2018 Board Meeting. A banner with a photo of each student, name of their high school, and their character trait will be displayed in the district lobby throughout the 2018-19 school year.

Superintendent Character Trait Award Recipients Photos

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6/6/18

Summer Food Program Flyer

Did you know there are free meals available at these three Costa Mesa sites for your kids and teens this summer!

  • July 9 - August 2, Costa Mesa High School Cafeteria 2650 Fairview Rd. - Use entry gate next to gym. 
    Served Monday - Thursday / CLOSED Friday:
    • Breakfast - 8:30 to 9:00 
    • Lunch - 12:00 to 12:45
  • July 9 - July 26, Rea Elementary - 661 Hamilton Ave.
    Served Monday - Thursday / CLOSED Friday:
    • Breakfast - 8:30 to 9:00          
    • Lunch - 11:45 to 12:30
  • June 25 - August 3, Donald Dungan Library - 1855 Park Ave. near Lions Park
    Served Monday - Friday:
    • Lunch - 12:00 to 1:00

No cost or enrollment required. Open to all children under 18.

Summer Food Program Flyer - English/Spanish

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CONTACT US

Rea Elementary School

661 Hamilton St.

Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Phone: (949) 515-6905

Fax: (949) 515-6835

Attendance line: (949) 515-6836

You may leave a recorded

message 24 hours a day.

Today: 6/23/18

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AERIES PARENT PORTAL

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Note: It is best to use a computer. The system has experienced glitches when using cell phones or tablets.

Online Flyers

Rea Elementary Peachjar Website

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

Did you know that the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable program support Rea Elementary School?   They provide fresh fruits and vegetables during snack and class time to support healthy students.  Our hope is that children learn to make good choices about the food they eat each day.  

Non-Discrimination Statement:

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Governing Board is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, practices, and employment shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. This policy applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the Superintendent.  Any school employee who witnesses an incident of unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, retaliation, or bullying, shall immediately intervene to stop the incident when it is safe to do so.  Compliance Officer Contact Information: Associate Superintendent, Chief Human Resources Officer, 2985 Bear St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626, 714-424-5041

Declaracion de No-Discriminacion:

La Junta Directiva del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Newport-Mesa esta comprometida a proveer igualdad de oportunidades en educación a todos los individuos. Los programas, actividades, prácticas y empleos en el Distrito estarán libres de discriminación, acoso, intimidación y hostigamiento basado en raza, color, ascendencia, origen nacional, identificación de  grupo étnico, edad, religión, estado parental o marital, discapacidad mental o física, sexo, orientación sexual, género, identidad de género o expresión de género; la percepción de una o mas de estas características; o asociación con una persona o grupo con una o mas de estas características percibidas. Esta política aplica para todos los actos relacionados a actividades escolares o asistencia escolar dentro de una escuela, bajo la jurisdicción del Superintendente. Cualquier empleado escolar que presencia un incidente de discriminaciόn ilegal, incluyendo el hostigamiento, la intimidaciόn, y la represalia debe intervenir el incidente inmediatamente para parar cuando es seguro hacerlo.

Compliance Officer Contact Information: Associate Superintendent, Chief Human Resources Officer, 2985 Bear St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626, 714-424-5041