I’m a graduate of MVRHS. How do I request a transcript?
Please download a Transcript Request Form and return to the Guidance Department.
How do students register for the SAT?
Students should register online at www.collegeboard.com. Students must have their test results sent directly to the colleges from the SAT Program. When the student takes their last SAT I or Subject Tests, the results have to be sent to all colleges the student is applying to directly from the SAT Program. They will send all your SAT results from that test and past tests at that time.
When is Freshmen Parents Night?
Freshmen Parents Night is Thursday, September 14 Performing Arts Center 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. All freshmen parents are invited to attend Freshmen Parents Night. Sara Dingledy, Principal, Barbara Jean Chauvin, Freshmen Assistant Principal, and John Fiorito, Guidance Counselor will host this night to answer any questions about the high school. This is annually a good night to hear from our staff and fellow parents about how the high school transition is working for everyone.
How do I register with FamilyID?
MVRHS will now be using FamilyID to gather MEDICAL and DEMOGRAPHIC information. Registration process should be completed by AUGUST 30. In future years, your child’s information will carry over and parents will only need to review, update and confirm. Please visit this page for instructions.
How do I register my child for athletics?
The parent of any student participating in a sport must complete Sports Registration to play. Please visit FamilyID to register.
What is Portal Plus? How do I access it?
Parents/guardians and students will use their access codes to establish an account for Portal Plus. Freshmen parents/guardians have been mailed Portal Plus information and access code. Portal Plus is an internet based service providing access to student schedules and assignments, attendance, and discipline reports. This will enhance our communication and cooperation to better meet the needs of the students. Students, also were given a code in the mailing. Students and parents must have separate accounts for Portal Plus.
When are Parent Conferences? How do I schedule them?
Parent Conferences are October 12th – 18th, 2017. Please visit this page for info and instructions.
I have a question about my child’s schedule or the class selection process. Who should I contact?
Contact guidance. If you know your child’s counselor, you can email or call directly. If not, call Cindy Grant, the Guidance Administrative Support Person at (508)693-1033 Ext. 121 or you can email her.
I have a question or concern about one of my child’s classes. Who should I contact?
You should email your child’s teacher directly (see staff directory). They can talk to you about the class, and let you know how to get regular updates about the curriculum, assignments, and your child’s status/progress in the course.
If you are not getting the information you need, you can reach out to the department chair (info on attached). They can help out by coordinating a meeting or conference with you and the teacher.
You can also reach out to Guidance if the other two options haven’t worked.
I am concerned about my child’s health or well-being. Who should I contact?
Contact either of our two school adjustment counselors, Amy Lilavois at (508) 693-1033 ext. 291 or Matt Malowski at (508) 693-1033 ext. 130. A call to the guidance office will also work. They can pull your child to check in or make an assessment. They can also schedule regular check ins or make a referral to IWYC or ICC if necessary.
I have a concern about a conflict or incident between my child and another student, or I am concerned about an incident I have heard about and want to report. Who should I contact?
I have a question or concern regarding sports or a coach. Who should I contact?
Contact the Athletic Director, Mark McCarthy at (508)693-1033 Ext. 123, or your student’s coach.
My child was injured or has a health issue. Who should I contact?
Contact the Nurse’s Office at (508)693-1033 Ext. 116. Either the Nurse or the Athletic Trainer will be available to answer your questions.
I need to discuss the fact that my child may need accommodations on a test. Who should I contact?
First stop is to talk to your student’s teacher. Your child’s guidance counselor is also available to answer any questions. If your child is on an IEP, you can also touch base with your child’s liaison or the Special Education Department at (508)693-1033 Ext. 136.
My child is involved with the play or Minnesingers and I have a question. Who should I contact?
Contact the Head of the Performing Arts Program, Charlie Esposito at (508)693-1033 ext. 250, and he will direct you to the appropriate staff member
I’d like to know more about clubs. Who should I contact?
I have a question about my child’s absence or a recorded tardy or cut. Who should I contact?
You can call the Attendance Office and speak with either Shawn Schofield or Inez Montanile at (508)693-1033 Ext. 235
I need to talk about a disciplinary concern or an incident my child was involved in? Who should I contact?