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Highland Uniform Policy

Highland is a uniform school. Students are to wear navy blue pants or skirts and white or navy collared shirts to school every day.

Highland es una escuela en la cual los estudiantes asisten con uniforme todos los días y se compone de la siguiente manera: pantalón, falda, short azul marino y blusa con cuello blanca o azul marino.

Please make an appointment with the principal if you have questions about the uniforms.

MPUSD has adopted a new dress code policy. On occasion our students will be permitted to have a free dress day. On these days, please ensure that your child is dressed appropriately, according to the new policy.  

Click here for Monterey Peninsula Unified School District's Dress for Success Policy

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Students may have breakfast if they miss it before school. Our cafeteria will serve breakfast again during the morning recess. We know that eating a nutritious breakfast makes a difference for our students. Learn more about the benefits breakfast has on health and academics by clicking the link  below.

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Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten registration is now underway.

Kindergarten - If your child turns 5 before or on September 1.

Transitional Kindergarten - If your child turns 5 between September 2 and March 1.

 

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Highland Uniform and MPUSD Dress For Success Policy

Highland Uniform Policy

Highland is a uniform school. Students are to wear navy blue pants or skirts and white or navy collared shirts to school every day.

 

Highland es una escuela en la cual los estudiantes asisten con uniforme todos los días y se compone de la siguiente manera: pantalón, falda, short azul marino y blusa con cuello blanca o azul marino.

• Shirts with logos and caps/hats are not allowed.

Please make an appointment with the principal if you have questions about the uniforms.

 

 

Monterey Peninsula Unified School District's
Dress for Success Policy

MPUSD has adopted a new dress code policy. On occasion our students will be permitted to have a free dress day. On these days, please ensure that your child is dressed appropriately, according to the new policy - click the link below.

 

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Enrollment Information

 

How to Enroll

To enroll students for any grade level, please bring the following required documents and enrollment forms to your school of residence.

To find your school of residence, use the School Finder (left panel). Enrollment documents can be downloaded from this page (right panel).

Required documents: 

  • BIRTH CERTIFICATE or PASSPORT--student must be age 5 by October 1. To view the California Education Code for Kindergarten enrollment. Click on the following link: www.cde.ca.gov/ci/gs/em/kinderinfo.asp 

  • IMMUNIZATION RECORD--5 year shots must be completed prior to enrolling in Kindergarten. (Click here for Immunization Requirements )

  • TDAP or the DTP booster (required for Grades 7-12). 

  • PROOF OF PHYSICAL EXAMINATION (If enrolling in 1st grade).  

  • PROOF OF RESIDENCE--utility bill or rent receipt dated within the last 30 days.  (Cell phone bills are not acceptable).

  • TRANSCRIPT--Students entering grades 10-12 MUST provide a transcript

  • TRANSFER APPROVAL FORM, if the student is a non-resident of the school

  • NAME AND ADDRESS OF PREVIOUS SCHOOL

Por favor vaya a su escuela de residencia o escuela de transferencia aprobada (traiga los papeles de la transferencia con usted) para inscribirse. Para matricular a su(s)  estudiante(s) por favor traiga la siguiente información:

  • Acta/Cartilla de nacimiento

  • Cartilla de vacunas actualizada

  • Prueba de domicilio: factura de servicio residencial, recibo de servicios públicos (el recibo del teléfono celular no se acepta), recibo de renta/arrendamiento que este verificado.  (entre los ultimos 30 dias)

  • Número de seguro social del estudiante (opcional)

  • Nombre y domicilio de la escuela previa

  • Examen físico (los exámenes físicos son requeridos para el primer grado pero recomendamos encarecidamente a los padres a conseguir el examen físico cuando su niño entra al kínder.) Las vacunas deben estar al corriente

Puede visitar la página electrónica de MPUSD para formularios, ubicación de las escuelas y un mapa para localizar a Servicios Estudiantiles:  www.mpusd.k12.ca.us

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