Welcome to the Miami Valley Career Technology Center! We are excited you are here!
Below are a few immediate tasks and essential notes in preparation for your first day of school at MVCTC:
Emergency Medical & School Messenger Authorization
All students must have an Emergency Medical Authorization on file each school year. You can complete the authorization at www.mvctc.com/emf/ beginning August 1, and it must be completed by Friday, August 25. In addition to the Emergency Medical Authorization, you will be directed to enter contact information for SchoolMessenger. MVCTC uses SchoolMessenger to contact students and their families through voice, email, and text. Further directions are enclosed. Please contact Mrs. Lanna Anspach, School Nurse, with medically specific student information of importance at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-854-6261.
MVCTC’s student fees are on our website at www.mvctc.com/fees, and select the “2025 Grad Individual Program Fees.” You may begin to pay your fees beginning August 1. We ask that 50% of your total school fees be paid by the first school day. To access the online payment system, visit www.mvctc.com/fees and select “Pay Fees (EZPay).” When making a payment, you will need an MVCTC student ID number. This number is located on your acceptance letter and will also be located on your class schedule. Payment can also be made by mailing a check or money order to MVCTC, Attn: Cashier, 6800 Hoke Road, Englewood, OH 45315. All checks should be payable to: Miami Valley CTC. In addition to the online payment and mail options, payments can be made by phone using a credit card. We accept MasterCard, VISA, and Discover. To pay over the phone, please call MVCTC Cashier, Sharon Bergman, at (937) 854-6286.
Our breakfast and lunch are prepared and served by Northmont Food Service. Should you have questions or need assistance, please contact Jordan Greve, Food Service Director, at 937-832-5055 or Janet Geiger, Administrative Assistant, at 937-832-5059. Additional à la carte items will be available for purchase. Directions on how to prepay will be available during Schedule Pick Up or in the serving lines. When prepaying, you must select Northmont City Schools. If you need help with meal costs, you can complete a Free and Reduced-Price School Meals Application. An application can be completed online at www.payschoolscentral.com or printed at www.northmontschools.net. If you do not have access to a computer, you can receive an application in the serving line. If you participated in the free and reduced meal program at your current school, you must complete a new application to participate in the program at MVCTC. You are responsible for any charges incurred before your application is approved, so complete it early. Additional information can be found at www.mvctc.com/school-lunch
Please review the dress code information carefully as it is outlined in the Student Handbook. Some programs have uniform requirements that will be further explained to you in a separate mailing or on the first day of school. If you are unsure or have questions, please contact your lab instructor. Student ID cards will be issued during the first week of school.
First Day at MVCTC
On the first day of school students should report to their Career Program Lab first thing in the morning on the first day only. Career-technical instructors will have a copy of the most up-to-date school schedule. After picking up their schedule in their Career Program Lab, all students should report to their 1st-period class by 8:05 am. For the first few days, MVCTC Staff and Student Ambassadors will be in the hallways to help students find their classrooms.
Daily Schedule at MVCTC
Students attend MVCTC from 8:05 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. each day. The school day consists of hands-on career-technical program training, English, science, social studies, math, and elective classes. Students should arrive at MVCTC no earlier than 7:30 am. Once students arrive on campus, they should report to the MAC and not leave campus without permission from the building principal.
Transportation to MVCTC
Our 27 partner school districts provide transportation for students attending their district to MVCTC. Please contact the school district you live in if you have questions about bus pick-ups and drop-offs. Pre-apprenticeship, Internship, Advanced Placement, and open enrollment students must provide their own daily transportation.
If a student’s partner school district is not in session but MVCTC is in session, MVCTC students should consult their partner school to verify transportation arrangements. Students are expected to attend the MVCTC even though their partner school is not in session.
Parking passes will go live on the first day of school at this link www.mvctc.com/security/permanent-parking-pass.
Students must still follow the parking guidelines outlined in the MVCTC Student Handbook. (The Student Handbook is available online under the Current Students Tab http://www.mvctc.com/current-students/general-information).
Staying Connected to Partner School
Students are still enrolled at their partner high school while attending MVCTC. It is encouraged that the student continue to participate in extra-curricular activities, including, sports, clubs, band, choir, orchestra, theater, etc. Students will receive their high school diploma from their partner school district, and a Career Passport from MVCTC. We highly encourage your student to stay connected by checking their MVCTC school email daily for updates from their partner school, listen to morning announcements, read announcements running on screens during lunch, and meet with your partner school counselor when they visit MVCTC.
Connect with MVCTC
Follow MVCTC to stay up-to-date on news and information.
Facebook - @MVCTC
Instagram - @MVCTC
YouTube - @6800MVCTC
Important MVCTC Contacts
- Main Switchboard - 937-837-7781
- Student Services - Mr. Brian Jettinghoff, Student Services Supervisor - 937-854-6258 or email@example.com
- Attendance - www.mvctc.com/report-absence
- School Nurse - Mrs. Lanna Anspach, 937-854-6261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Academic Questions -
MVCTC Policies on Inclement Weather
What to do if your partner school is closed/delayed due to bad weather
When a partner school is closed due to weather conditions or other calamities, students from the closed school are not required to report to MVCTC. Students may report if they choose to find a safe way to MVCTC. Students from other schools that are not closed are required to report as usual to MVCTC. If the partner school is operating on a delayed schedule, students are required to report at the appropriate time as adjusted by the partner school delay. Students on advanced placement are not required to report to MVCTC if their home school is on a delayed schedule. If the student reports to the MVCTC at the regular time (and discovers that their home school is on a delay), they are to remain at school and follow the MVCTC schedule.
MVCTC is closed due to bad weather
When MVCTC is closed on the authority of the administration and/or the Board of Education due to weather conditions or other calamities, no student is required to report to school. When such a decision is made, the media and TV newsrooms are immediately notified, and a School Messenger System phone call will be sent to families according to the number they have on file with the district. Please ensure that the phone number on file with the MVCTC is current. Please do not call personnel, the school offices, or the media. Listen to the radio or TV for announcements, or visit www.mvctc.com.