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Elizabeth Bailey Allison Bautista Elise Brabeck Amanda Greenleaf Carol Shadwell Deidre Hopkins Mrs. Kathy Van/Academic Coach Miss Panzetta Elizabeth Chagolla Jennifer Wood Joanne Behan Joyce Mathers Kelly Becker Kelly Farrell Michelle Ransom Rowlett Stephanie Quirinale Nancy Carroll Samuel France Sarah Bell Scott Laxier Free Educational Sites Resources for Teachers Webinars
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Lost and Found

To prevent loss items, please label clothing and personal belongings with your child’s name and room number.  Lost items will be kept at the school cafeteria for a reasonable time and later if no one claim them,  they will be washed and recycled to other students. Students and parents are encouraged to check the Lost and Found for missing articles anytime between 8:00am a.m. and 3:30pm p.m.  PLEASE LABEL YOUR CHILD’S OUTER CLOTHING with their Name and Room Number.

Please make sure you also Label lunches and lunch boxes. 

Have a Question?



1. How does one get a Illuminate Parent Portal username and password?
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If you have questions, please see the staff at the front office. They will be happy to assist you. The office is open during school hours and until 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday, excluding holidays and school breaks.   831-392-3258

Susan Kolonics  (3327)

Cathy Horton   (3326)

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Marina Vista Emergency Procedures

Marina Vista Emergency Procedures

Fire drills are conducted monthly, while earthquake and hostile intruder drills are held several times throughout the year.  In accordance with California law, the Governing Board must review annually district emergency procedure plans.  The following procedures have been adopted by the Governing Board and shall remain in effect until further notice.

It is the declared policy of the Governing Board of the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District to release pupils from school in the event of a disaster or emergency situation.  During such an emergency, those students who provide their own transportation or walk to school will be expected to get home by the same method during the emergency and the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District will transport those pupils who normally use the school bus. However, we will not send children home to unknown dangers, so please be prepared to come and pick up your child.  We would keep your child at school until parents or an authorized adult could be contacted.  An Emergency Operations Center will be set up to facilitate the orderly release of children.