How do I get to Hermosa Vista?
What are the Hermosa Vista Boundaries?
Does Hermosa Vista accept open enrollment?
How many students are enrolled at Hermosa Vista?
What are the school hours?
What are your office hours?
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How do I register a student new to the district?
What activities and programs are available at Hermosa Vista?
What is the school mascot and what are the school colors?
How do we learn about school rules?
What can I do to help my child to be successful?
How may I contact my child’s teacher?
Who do I call if my child will be absent?
What is the cost of school lunches and how do we pay?
Exit the 202 south on Gilbert Road and go south to Old Gilbert Road stoplight. Turn left at the light. Drive north to Hermosa Vista Drive, turn right and drive east to 24th street. Turn left on 24th and drive north and you will come to Hermosa Vista School.
If you are coming from the east on McKellips, turn right on Lindsay and drive north to Hermosa Vista Drive. Turn left and drive to 24th and turn right and drive to Hermosa Vista School.
Grades 1-3 and all day Kindergarten, school begins at 8:30 and releases at 2:55pm.
Grades 4-6, school begins at 8:30 and releases at 3:00pm.
Wednesday’s are ‘early release’ days and school is ended at 2:30 pm.
For ½ day Kindergarten students, hours are AM 8:25-11:10, PM 12:10-2:55, except for Wednesdays when they leave at 2:30 for early release.
Hermosa Vista office is open from 7:30-4:00.
To register a student new to the district you must provide the following three items.
You need a certified copy of the child’s birth certificate, a current documented immunization record, and proof of residency in our school boundaries.
Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by August 31st. Students who will be 5 years old between September 1 and December 31 may enroll in the Early Learners class.
- AR Accelerated Reader
- After school sports in the fall and spring provided by YMCA or Mesa Parks and Recreation
- Computer Lab
- Active PTO
Mascot is the Skyhawk and school colors are royal blue and white.
Each student will be provided with a notebook which covers the general rules of the school. Please read these carefully.
Attendance! One of the most important ways to support your child is to encourage daily attendance and make sure he or she arrives on time.
Volunteer! We love our parent volunteers. It is amazing how much the children grow with the extra help from those in the community.
You can go to the staff link on this site for classroom phone numbers or e-mail addresses. You can contact your child’s teacher before or after school hours.
During school hours you will be able to leave a voice mail and the teacher will return your call when the school day is over.
(If you have an emergency message please contact the school office and they will be able to help you.)
Please notify the office (472-7552) as early as possible if your child is going to be absent from school. Our voice mail is on 24 hours per day so you may call at any time and leave a message.
Elementary lunch prices are $1.75 per day or $8.75 per week and $.40 and day or $2.00 per week for those students whose families qualify for reduced price meal benefits.
Each child has an individual account so that you can pay in advance by cash or by check. You can also send lunch money with your child daily.
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