Student Services Welcome Back Letter for Returning Seniors


Welcome Back!

School resumes on Wednesday, August 16. If you changed programs, you will start on Tuesday, August 15. Beginning Monday, August 7, you can access your class schedule on ProgressBook. On the first day of school, you will report to your lab when you arrive to receive a paper copy of your schedule. Once you receive your schedule, please contact your MVCTC school counselor with any questions. Your schedule is based on the courses you requested and the alternative courses you specified during last year’s schedule meetings. Every effort is made to schedule students into the classes requested. Because of this, schedule changes after the school year begins are almost impossible to make. Schedules will not be changed unless there has been an error made by MVCTC or if the teacher, school counselor, and supervisor feel that the student has been woefully misplaced in a class.

Please reach out to your high school for updated busing information. If you plan to drive or will be dropped off, please arrive no earlier than 7:45 a.m. Students who drive must have a parking permit. Applications for parking permits can be completed at (Current Students- Permanent Parking Pass) beginning the first day of school. Please follow the directions to ensure timely processing. Parking permits cost $30.00 for the school year.

Emergency Medical & SchoolMessenger Authorization

All students must have an Emergency Medical Authorization on file each school year. You can complete the authorization at 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 or 937-854-6261.

Meningitis Immunization Reminder

The Ohio Department of Health requires that all students, prior to entering the 12th grade, be vaccinated against meningococcal meningitis. Written documentation must be submitted to your partner school nurse or principal before school starts on Friday, August 12Please do not submit records to MVCTC. Questions pertaining to this requirement or exemption should be directed to the partner school principal. A reminder that those not in compliance will be excluded from school as directed by the partner school.

Fee Payments

MVCTC’s student fees are on our website at, 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 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.

Food Service

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 or printed at 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 

Please choose to make your senior year the best one yet. We are excited to be a part of your journey!
Brian Jettinghoff
Student Services Supervisor




JON BAUMHAUER- 937-854-6365 

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TRACY HETRICK 937-854-6355

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OLIVIA NEWMAN 937-854-6350

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JEFF WAUGH 937-854-6270

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  • Robotics & Automation

TAIYA WOODALL- 937-854-6068

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  • Animal Care & Management
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  • Retail Agriculture Services
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Emergency Medical Authorization
Due by: Friday, August 25, 2023

All students are required to have an authorization on file each school year. Please complete the authorization online through the Miami Valley CTC web site. The authorization can be completed in a few minutes. Students who do not submit an authorization by the designated due date will be referred to their principal and may be unable to participate in some lab activities. Once authorizations are complete, they will be available for the career tech teacher and partner school district. 

Please contact Mrs. Lanna Anspach, School Nurse, with medically specific student information of importance at or 937-854-6261. 

Parent and/or student will need the following information to complete the authorization:
 MVCTC six-digit student ID number
 Name and phone number of residential parent(s) or guardian(s)
 Name and phone number of at least one emergency contact
 Health information (allergies, asthma, diabetes, daily medications, etc.)
 Name and phone number of preferred doctor, dentist, or hospital (not required)

To complete the Emergency Medical Authorization:
1. Go to the Miami Valley CTC website:
2. Enter the student’s last name and six-digit MVCTC student ID number.
3. Create a password.
4. Complete fields. Click “Continue” to advance. “Save Progress” to complete the form later.
5. When using initials to sign the form, use alpha characters only (no periods). Submit form.
6. Complete Contact Information for SchoolMessenger

a. 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. Please complete this step to receive information about
events, school closing, safety, and other important information.

Note: Passwords can be reset by calling 937-854-6261. If preferred, a parent may complete a paper copy of the form. The form is available from the clinic.