Revised Dress Code

The revised dress code policy was approved at the July board meeting and is available on the District website. Some changes include no hooded shirts/sweatshirts, leggings, and/or yoga pants. Items needed are as follows:.

PANTS:

BOYS:

1. Khaki/dark navy, gray, and black slacks (No cargo or baggy style).

2. Khaki/dark navy, gray, or black shorts-approved length (No cargo or baggy style).

GIRLS:

1. Khaki/dark navy, gray, and black slacks/capri pants (No cargo, baggy style, or low- rise).

2. Khaki/dark navy, gray, and black shorts. (No cargo or baggy style).

3. Skorts, skirts, dresses, and jumpers, in khaki, dark navy blue, gray, or black.

SHIRTS:

BOYS:

1. Any solid color long or short sleeve golf shirt, button down dress shirt, crew neck, V-neck with or without approved school logo (No tank tops).

2. Any MCA shirts or sweatshirts without hoods of any kind are permitted, but must include MCA, Mount Carmel Area or a Tornado Logo.

GIRLS:

1. Any solid color long or short sleeve golf shirt, dress blouse, crew neck shirt, V-neck shirt with or without approved school logo. (No tank tops, or midriff shirts that expose the skin).

2. Any MCA shirts or sweatshirts without hoods of any kind are permitted, but must include MCA, Mount Carmel Area or a Tornado Logo.

NutriSlice In the App Store

Check Out Your Awesome New School Menus!

You can easily view what is on our school lunch menu each day. You can see an image and description for food items, as well as nutritional information.

Our innovative and interactive site and mobile app make our school menus more convenient  and informative than ever before.

NutriSlice is brought to you by The Nutrition Group.

Download the NutriSlice  App 

NEW FOR THIS YEAR!
Order a Lunch for a Field Trip
Grab and Go Breakfast Options
Nutrition, Inc. Hosts Classroom Parties
Faculty Menu #1
Faculty Menu #2

 

CSIU Parent Portal

Click Here to Register for the Parent Portal!

Parents are required to do a one-time registration to gain access to all student assignments and grades.

Summer Reading Challenge

Instead of a summer reading project this year we would like to try a summer reading challenge to keep our students reading during the break. Below you will find a reading log for your child to fill out over the summer months. The goal is to have the students read for 15 minutes a day for a total of 1200 minutes or more. THIS IS OPTIONAL and for those that wish to participate. We want to make it fun and challenging by rewarding prizes to our TOP READERS after the reading logs have been completed. If you wish to participate, we have included the log, lists of suggested book titles at each grade level, and links to books your child may read and access online. Again, this is not required, but will hopefully increase your child’s interest in reading for enjoyment. We are eager to see who will take the challenge!

Click Here for a Log Sheet and Suggested Books

New Student Registration

Click Here for information on new student enrollment, kindergarten registration or transfer student registration.

Safe2Say Something

On Monday, January 14th, the Office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General will implement an anonymous reporting system called Safe2Say Something. Information about the new reporting system will be posted on the Mount Carmel Area website. A mobile app will be available to download from app stores including Google Play and Apple beginning Monday, January 14th. Our school district will train our students concerning the reporting system in the coming days. For more information about the program:

https://www.safe2saypa.org/

Important Future Dates

Chromebook Pick Up for Virtual Students

  • Fifth and Sixth Grades: Monday, August 17th: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
  • Third and Fourth Grades: Tuesday, August 18th: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM
  • Kindergarten, First Grade  and Second Grades: Wednesday, August 19th: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

  • August 18: Teacher Trade Day
  • August 19-20: Teacher In-Service
  • August 24: First Day of School for Students

 

Tornado Buddy Bag Program

The Mount Carmel Area School District continues to spearhead a fundraising campaign in an attempt to help fund the “Tornado Buddy Bag” program for the 2017-2018 school year. The program sends home bags of food, every weekend, to needy students and families.  Students qualify for free lunch and breakfast during school days, but often don’t have any or enough food for weekends.  Your generosity allows those students to have enough to eat throughout the weekend and be more prepared to be good learners every day of the week.  Find out more information and how you can help MCA students succeed.

Donations to help support the program can made made to the Mount Carmel Area Education Foundation.

 

 

 

Compulsory School Age

Important Change in Definition of “Compulsory School Age”

 Effective September 26, 2019, all children from the age of six (6) through the age of eighteen (18) must comply with compulsory school attendance requirements.  To meet these requirements, parents must ensure that their child between the ages of 6 and 18 is attending or participating in one of the following: a public elementary, middle, or high school; a public charter or cyber-charter school; a private licensed academic or private religious school; home tutoring by a certified teacher; or an approved program of home schooling.  Children may be excused from compulsory attendance for documented medical or other compelling reasons as outlined in District attendance policy and procedures.

 

  • WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOUR CHILD/CHILDREN?
    He or she is eligible for FREE BREAKFAST and FREE LUNCH at school during the 2019-20 school year. Your child/children can participate in school breakfast and lunch without having to pay a fee or submit an application. No further action is required by you.
  • ALL MEALS MEET FEDERAL AND STATE GUIDELINES. Students must take 3 of the 4 items ordered at breakfast, and one of those items must be a 1/2 cup fruit. At lunch, students must take 3 of the 5 items ordered and 1 of those items must be a 1/2 cup fruit or vegetable.
    • We are excited to introduce the “Pack and Carry” Option! Students that still want to pack a lunch may do so and also still participate in school lunch. We oer fresh fruits (apple, banana, orange, etc.), fresh veggies (baby carrots or tossed salad for example) and a choice of milk. for students to take as they go through the serving lines. These items, along with the packed items, will help complete their lunch at no additional cost to you.
  • ARE ALA CARTE ITEMS INCLUDED?
    Students who wish to purchase an extra entree, one of our snack options, or just milk must pay for them. This program does not apply to ala carte items.
  • CONVENIENTLY MANAGE STUDENT ACCOUNTS.
    You can add money for your student(s) account to purchase extra meal items or snacks, identify when and what your child/children are eating, and receive low balance account notice by visiting your online payment

August 2020

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
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  • The 2020 MCA Prom
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  • Band Parent Meeting
  • Band Parent Meeting
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  • Band Parent Meeting
  • Band Parent Meeting
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  • School Board Meeting
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  • VF-Pottsville (Scrimmage)
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  • in-service Teacher Trade Day
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21
  • No school - students or staff
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  • VF-Pottsville (Scrimmage)
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  • 1st Day of School - Students
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  • School Safety Meeting
  • PTA Meeting
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  • VFB@North Schylkill
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  • VGS@Northumberland Christian
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