Parent Notification - Title I
In accordance with The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), at the beginning of each school year we are required to notify the parents of each student attending a school receiving any Title I, Part A, funds that they may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their child's teacher(s) in core academic subject areas and/or paraprofessional. The notices and information provided to parents must be in an understandable and uniform format and be provided in a language that the parents can understand. Enclosed are model notices that you may choose to send out individually, add to your school's newsletter or website. These notices will serve as parents' notification of rights to request and receive the professional qualifications of their child's classroom teacher(s) and/or paraprofessional.
If you have any questions regarding classroom teachers, please call Kristin Gaeta at (714) 424-7550.
Thank you for your support.
Online Survey for CMHS Principal Input
NMUSD is seeking input from the Costa Mesa High School community regarding the qualities and attributes you would like to see in the next principal. Your input is extremely valuable! If you wereunable to attend the community forum event on April 14th, please take a moment to provide your input by completing the online survey found below.
CMHS Cheer Tryouts 2014-15
CMHS School News
More Opportunities to Complete Community Service!
Hello! There are 2 great opportunities to volunteer! The Community Run needs you to volunteer! They need help Friday, April 25 from 2:00 pm - 9 pm and Saturday, April 26 from 6:30 am - 11:00 am. Please show up at Estancia HIgh School and look for ... Continue
Congrats to our 2014/15 elected High School ASB officers! See attached.
ASB Commissioned applications are now availabe from Mrs. Uhl and Mrs. Delzer. All apps are due FRIDAY!
High School Indoor Soccer...all week, small gym. Come by and check it out!
CMHS/MS Bleacher Repair, Paint, and Cleanup Day
Just say no to splinters!!! The schools portable field wood bleachers need sanding and paint in a bad way. This has been literally years in the making, and we need your help to pull it off!!! We are in need of parents a... Continue
SENIORS - Volunteer at the CMHS Clean-Up Day on April 26, 9 am - 12 pm
Hello SENIORS! Here is another opportunity for community service hours. On April 26, there will be a Costa Mesa High School Clean-up Day from 9 am - 12 pm. You can sign up in the counseling office. Come, sign-up and pick up a Ver... Continue
Middle school and High School Commissoned ASB applications will be available Monday. See Mrs. Delzer or Mrs. Uhl for a packet!
CMHS Drama Presents - "The Bully Plays"
"The Bully Plays" addresses the important topic of bullying in a series of short plays.....humorous, touching, serious, silly, and completely entertaining. "Flash Mob", "Bystander Blues", "Beasts" and "... Continue
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Health Office: (714) 424-8707
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CMHS/MS In The News
Daily Pilot: Earth Day the teaching way - April 21, 2014
By Lauren Steussy
Earth Day got off to a growing start at Costa Mesa High School, where high school students guided their younger peers in a native plant workshop during lunch break Monday. Read More!
Daily Pilot: MESA program wins awards - April 10, 2014
By Hannah Fry
Students from Costa Mesa High School's MESA — Mathematics, Engineering, Science and Achievement — program took home 20 ribbons, five medals and one trophy during a regional competition last weekend. Read More!
Daily Pilot: Mesa principal moving to district position - March 21, 2014
By Hannah Fry
Costa Mesa High School Principal Phil D'Agostino is being tapped to head up discipline for Newport-Mesa Unified, district officials confirmed Thursday. Read More!
Daily Pilot: "Pie in the face on Pi Day" - March 14, 2014
By Hannah Fry
Seventh-grader Jonathan Barton steadied himself and stared down his target. Read More!