Download the MAPPMasterFileSept30-2021.pdf
There are two ways to find a policy in the manual:
The role of the Board of Trustees is to establish policies, while the role of the Administration is to implement those policies through administrative rules. Policies are principles adopted by the board to chart a course of action. Administrative Rules are detailed directions developed by the administration to put policy into practice. A policy may provide sufficient direction by itself and it may not be accompanied by an administrative rule. Every administrative rule is written to implement a policy adopted by the Board.
This manual is updated as policies and procedures are adopted, amended, repealed or otherwise revised. Policies of Mountainville Academy are created by action of the board and become effective upon adoption, unless otherwise specified. Although Mountainville Academy strives to provide reliable and up-to-date content for policies on the website, delays may occur before newly adopted policies or amendments appear online. Therefore, at any time it is possible that the manual may be incomplete to the extent that recently adopted policies may not have yet been added in policy manual form. The school makes no warranty that the information contained herein is complete or error-free.
Inquiries regarding policies and procedures should be directed to the school office.
Download our ma_charter_and_bylaws_9.14.10.pdf
Download our Charter Amendment
Students, teachers and employees of Mountainville Academy, this is to notify you of the availability of the AHERA Management Plan. It is located in the front office and can be viewed at any time. It declares us an asbestos-free school.
Download our ARP ESSER GRANT
Download our school's 7100 DATA GOVERNANCE PLAN Jan-2020.pdf
Download our school's annual 3402 FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT (FERPA)-Jan-2020.pdf
Download our school's mvastudentdatacollectionnotice.pdf
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Mountainville Academy employs individuals holding an LEA-Specific educator license, license areas, and/or endorsements.
The following designations or levels apply to educator licenses, license areas (i.e.-elementary, secondary, special education), and content endorsements (i.e.- mathematics, music, Spanish, social studies):
Professional: The educator has completed an educator preparation program that includes content and pedagogical knowledge. This program may have been completed at a university or in an alternate pathway that was supported by school districts/charters and the Utah State Board of Education.
Associate: The educator is currently completing an educator preparation program, but has not yet completed all requirements for a Professional Educator License, license area, or endorsement. The educator is enrolled in a university-based or Local Education Agency (LEA)-based program. When the educator completes the program, they will have a professional level.
LEA-Specific: The educator has not completed an educator preparation and is not currently enrolled in one.
Mountainville Educators 2021-22:
91% of our Educators have Professional Licenses
7% of our Educators have Associate Licenses
2% (1 teacher) of our Educators have a LEA Specific License
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Our School Land Trust team consists of our Board of Trustees and school administration. Meetings will be held in conjunction with board meetings throughout the year. Please refer to board minutes for how School Land Trust money was used in previous school years. Mountainville Academy will receive $79,482 for the 2019-20 school year. This money will be spent on Leader in Me, Teacher Collaboration, and a new STEM Lab. For more information, please go to http://www.schoollandtrust.org/.