2016-2017 Quarter 4

April 3-June 7

Important Dates Session 4

4/03 First Day of Session 4-Monday Schedule

4/21 Progress Report 1, Assembly Day-Earth Day

5/01 Graduation Application and Community Service Hours Due

5/02-5/12 New Student Introduction Intakes

5/05 Assembly Day-Prom Fashion

5/12 Progress Report 2

5/16 New Student Orientation @ 6PM

5/25 Minimum Day- PROM

5/26 No School-Non Duty

5/29 Memorial Day- No School

6/06 Graduation Rehearsal @ 4 PM at Memorial Bowl

6/07 Last Day of Q4, Cesar Chavez Day of Service, 

                    Minimum Assembly Schedule Final Report Card 3

6/08 Staff Development


4/15, 4/22, 4/29, 5/06, 5/13, 5/20, 6/03


Summer School 2017

June 12-July 7

Period 1 8-11:10 AM

Period 2 12-3:10 PM

*No School July 4

Novmber 15, 2016 Board of Directors Meeting

School Overview 
MCCS is a free public charter high school serving students who select an alternative small-school environment and/or students who are at-risk socially and academically. We provide students ages 14-20 with an extended opportunity to earn a high school diploma.
MCCS Academic Programs 
Classroom Based Learning
• CTE: Multimedia/Video Production 
• 4 classes and advisory daily 
Independent Studies
• Students complete assignments at home with access to computers at school and support from IS teacher
MCCS Key Cornerstones
1. High expectations for academic achievement 
2. Youth development and leadership 
3. Celebration of diversity 
4. School to career opportunities 
5. A caring and supportive environment 
6. Immersion in life/work experiences 
7. Critical dialogue

1385 3rd Ave. | Chula Vista, Ca 91911
619) 476-0749 | Fax (619) 476-0913


NCLR National Institute for Latino School Leaders-Retention

School Funding Notice
As part of the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), all schools are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is required to identify goals and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators. The LCAP is an important component of the LCFF
Under the LCFF all public schools are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified pursuant to California Education Code Section 52060(d). 
In short, the State of California changed the funding formula for public education and requires MAAC Charter School to develop a Local Control and Accountability Plan. This plan must align educational goals with financial resources.