At this time, we are not planning on new programming for next year. We have been asked to keep enrollment open throughout the year so longer term planning (i.e., High School and Beyond Planning) can take place earlier in the winter and spring. We are already getting lots of application for the fall of 2020. We will work on placements later in the winter to ensure students and families have equitable notification and opportunity to apply. We will not be doing a first-come-first-serve approach to placement. ncta.smapply.io.
2020 Summer Session
Be on the lookout in late April for 2020 Summer Session courses and the application.
When can students enroll?
We have decided to try something new this year! We are leaving our year-program application open. At this time we are not planning on launching any new programs for next year. Students can apply and select when they want to enroll (ASAP, Second Semester/Jan 28, 2020 or for the fall 2020-2021) and the sending school representative will also confirm the enrollment selection).
Through a program enacted by the Washington State Legislature, we have been approved to run an Open Doors Program at NCTA. This provides students with the opportunity to enhance personal skills in a variety of academic areas while working towards a high school diploma.
The curriculum is done in approximately 6 week module workshops so students as a learning community can dive deep into project-based inquiry and make academic gains during this time.
To qualify, students will need to:
- be currently enrolled (or have been previously enrolled) as a NCTA Skills Center Student
- have shown a commitment to and success in their NCTA Skills Center program
- between the ages of 16 and not older than 21
- be committed to earning a high school diploma
- not be on track to graduate, not currently in school (other than NCTA) or at risk of not graduating
For more information, see more at the NCTA Open Doors tab above
Student can apply at ncta.smapply.io
And, as always, feel free to reach out at 360 848-0706 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mount Vernon School District does not discriminate in employment, programs, or activities on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability or use of a trained guide dog or service animal by a person with a disability and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the District's Title IX/Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator, Bill Nutting, Assistant Superintendent, 124 E. Lawrence Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273 (360)428-6110; Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Clint Carlton, Director of Special and Support Services, 920 S. Second Street, Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6141.
El Distrito Escolar de Mount Vernon no discrimina en ninguno de los programas o actividades según el sexo, la raza, el credo, la religión, el color, el origen nacional, la edad, el ser veterano o la situación militar, la orientación sexual, la expresión de género, la identidad de género, discapacidad o el uso de un perro guía capacitado o animal de servicio y proporciona un acceso equitativo a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos de jóvenes designados. Se ha designado a los siguientes empleados para encargarse de las preguntas y quejas de supuesta discriminación: Bill Nutting, Superintendente Asistente y Coordinador del cumplimiento de los derechos civiles o Coordinador del Título IX, 124 E. Lawrence Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6110 o Clint Carlton, Director de servicios especiales y de apoyo y Coordinador de la legislación para los Estadounidenses con discapacidades o la Sección 504, 920 S. Second Street Mount Vernon, WA 98273, (360)428-6141.