Mundy Mill Academy Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What grade levels will there be?
A: Pre-K through 5th grade
Q: When will school start and end?
A: 7:40 a.m. – 2:20 p.m.
Q: How early can students arrive on campus?
A: 6:45 a.m.
Q: Will after school care be available?
A: The Boys and Girls Club will be offered for after-school care. Registration information will be available in the main office by July 1.
Q: Can my child ride his/her bike to school?
A: Yes, a bike rack will be provided. Locks are encouraged.
Q: Will my child be able to ride the bus?
A: If your child resides in the Mundy Mill attendance zone, yes, your child can ride the bus.
Q: My child receives meals at no cost at his/her current Gainesville City School. Will my son/daughter still receive meals at no cost at Mundy Mill Academy?
Q: Is there a Parent Teacher Association (PTA)?
A: We are in the process of creating a PTA. If you’re interested in serving, please contact the school.
Q: When is open house?
A: July 31 from 3:00-6:00 p.m.
Q: Can my child take a tour of the school prior to the open house?
A: Absolutely! We want your child to feel comfortable in his/her new learning environment. Beginning in June, you can contact the school to schedule a tour.
Q: What is the school theme?
A: We will follow the Accelerated Schools Plus philosophy.
Q: What is the school mascot?
A: We are the eagles.
Q: What are the school colors?
A: Our school colors are red and white.
Q: My child’s current school collects Box Tops. Will Mundy Mill Academy collect Box Tops?
A: Yes! Please save your Box Tops over the summer. We will participate in the Box Tops for Education program.
Q: How can I become a volunteer?
A: Beginning in July, contact the school for more information. We’d love to have volunteers!
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