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23     Minimum Day /PD 
23-24         Choral Pops Concert  in Theater
25     Crab Feed- MV Athletic Boosters
27-31         ASB Elections  
27-31         CAASP Testing Block Schedule
29     Evening of Speech & Debate in Theater

20     Pom Tryouts 4:00-6:00 Dance Room 


3-7    Spring Break    
10     Athletic Boosters Mtg 7-9 in 118   
10-21           CAASP Testing for History  TBA
11,12           Drama Scene Night

13     Site Council Meeting 3:30 WSC 118
14     PTSA Meeting 10:30-11:45 Conference Rm
17     Senior Blackout
19     Coffee with Kevin 8:30 WSC 118
17-20           Pom Tryouts

26-28         Dance Show in Theater      
28     Spring Rally    
29     Senior Ball  @ SF Belle 6:15 pre board  

3/23  PD  12:30 campus closed
                12:45 Pizza for all staff in library 
                  1pm Sign in/Announcements/WASC focus
3/28  CAASP Block Schedule- no Tuesday meeting
3/28  Staff Gown/Hood orders due for Graduation

Library Schedule
3/23 – closed afterschool
5/3, 5/5, 5/9, 5/11, 5/12  closed all day for AP testing

MV Med Guest Speaker  Attention all students interested in medicine and future medical careers! This Wednesday, there will be a guest speaker in Mrs. Bruss Room 903, who will be talking about allergies. Please come by and bring your friends - you don't have to be a part of the club to come and listen. See you there!


ORDER WORTH RANCH DINNER FOR WEDNESDAY 3/29 CLICK HERE  Please help support CURE SMA's fundraiser by enjoying dinner delivered to MV from Rodney's Worth's BBQ spot.  Purchase a Worth Ranch dinner on the web store and pick it up at the Monte Vista High School Horseshoe on Wednesday, March 29th at 5:00 pm. Skip the cooking, enjoy an awesome dinner and support a great cause. One of our Mustangs, Danny McHale, has a disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy, or SMA. If you buy a meal (which feeds 4)  50% of the profit will go towards finding a cure. Click on the link or onto the MV web store for more info and to buy your dinner. Thanks for your support!




  • March 20 French fact: France was the first ally of the United States in the American revolution.    CLICK HERE The French National Anthem, La Marseillaise
  • March 21 French fact: French is the official language in 32 countries CLICK HERE Ces soirees la (Oh what a night) as heard in the musical "Jersey Boys"
  • March 22 French fact: 1 out of every three words in English comes from French.   CLICK HERE  Je ne regrette rien (as heard in Incepetion and Madagascar 3) 
  • March 23 French fact: After English, French is the most-learned 2nd language in the world.  CLICK HERE  the Can Can 
  • March 24 French fact: Sixty thousand French speakers live in the Bay Area! CLICK HERE  Joe Dassin, Aux Champs-Elysees

We’re selling vintage apparel by the flagpole at lunch Wednesday and Friday; everything will be under 10 dollars so go get some hot gear for a low price.  Hopefully we’ll see you there. 


Future Pom Girls,  After receiving feedback following our Spirit Program meeting, and a meeting with the cheer and administration team, a decision has been made to move the Pom try out dates to April 17-20, 2017.  We feel that it is best for the Spirit Leader Program to continue the Monte Vista tradition of holding retreat and photo day, among other events, together as a program.

Try out information is as follows:

Monday April 17th 3:30-5:30 Small Gym

Tuesday April 18th 3:30-5:30 Small Gym

Wednesday April 19th 3:30-5:30 Small Gym

Thursday April 20th Tryouts 4:00-6:00 Dance Room.


Please arrive promptly in athletic clothing with hair pulled back and no jewelry.  Contact Coach Alicia Frumenti if you have any further questions. (alicia.frumenti@gmail.com)


SPECIAL NEEDS RESOURCE FAIR  Wednesday, March 22 from 7-9 PM at Iron Horse Middle School. If you are looking for fun summer programs for your child or young adult with special needs, come check out the Special Needs Resource Fair. Lots of local vendors are participating, so stop by to learn about available programs and get more information. No need to RSVP, just come on by!


ATTENTION ALL MUSTANGS! ~ Come support the Monte Vista Hockey Club this weekend as they kick off the season with a game Friday night at 6:30 vs De La Salle at Dublin Iceland and a game Saturday at 4:45 vs Livermore/Dougherty at Dublin Iceland.  Wear your red and black and come cheer on your MV Hockey Club!  Go Mustangs!!! 


MV Athletic Boosters Crab Feed - Saturday, March 25  The MVAB Crab Feed is March 25 at the Danville Community Center.  This fun event raises money for Monte Vista athletic programs.  The event sells out quickly.  More information and tickets here:  http://www.mvathleticboosters.org/mvab-crab-feed-2017/




SRVUSD High School Remediation Summer School 2017 @ Dougherty Valley High School This program is for remediation only...If a student earned a D/F grade in a course (English, History, Math, Biology)...he/she needs to attend summer school in order to remediate the grade/credits.  Each day is a week and each session represents one semesterApplications will be available from the Counseling Office around April 1st  

Session A: June 12 - June 29 8:00 am - 12:40 pm
Session B: June 30 - July 20   8:00 am - 12:40 pm

RANCHO SCHOLARSHIP FOR MV GRADS:  The Rancho Romero PTA is offering a $500 scholarship to a former Rancho Romero student now graduating from high school.  Our goal is find students who can share how their time at Rancho Romero really shaped who they are today.  With this in mind, please complete the application posted on school loop news and email to  psicjackie@yahoo.com

MV Athletic Boosters Scholarship – Award Program:  Attention Graduating Seniors: Did you participate in Monte Vista athletics?  Are you looking for some cash to help pay for college next year?  Or, are you planning to join the U.S. Military after graduation? Then you may be eligible for the Monte Vista Athletic Boosters Scholarship-Award Program

  • Up to six (6) $1,000 awards will be granted to Monte Vista student-athletes who demonstrate excellence through athletic participation, academic achievement, and service to Monte Vista High School.
  • Rules, eligibility guidelines, and the application form may be found on the school website (www.mvhs.schoolloop.com/athletic_scholarship).  Applications are being accepted now and must be received no later than April 1, 2017
  • In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact Bill Bloore at ub21359@yahoo.com.


TUTORING LABS:  Please note the following times and weekdays for help.  Thanks to the PTSA for funding this important after school tutoring lab help. 

Math:         All levels
Tuesdays   3:20 – 4:20 Room 523
Thursdays  3:20 – 4:20 Room 523

Tuesdays            3:30 – 4:30 Room 903 Biology
Tuesdays            3:30 – 4:30 Room 904 Chemistry
Wednesdays       3:30 – 4:30 Room 906 Physics

English:    Bring assignment
Mondays             3:15 – 4:15 Room 226
Tuesdays            3:15 – 4:15 Room 221
Wednesdays       3:15 – 4:15 Room 404
Thursdays           3:15 – 4:15 Video Production Room

Spanish:   All levels
Mondays             3:15 – 4:15 Room 408


Are you looking for a way to support your MV Student?  Here is a list of some suggestions for parents to be engaged on the MV Campus

Dads on Campus:
Speaker series with discussion as more than 50 Dads meet as scheduled.  Series topics are selected to support Dads and their teenage students.  Next meeting is March in Library.  Coordinator is Ryan Meineke ryanmeineke@yahool.com  

Parent Teacher Student Association – 4/14 10:30am Conference Rm
Parents meet routinely to support MV campus, staff and activities.  Volunteers coordinate programs such as Parent Education, Every 15 Minutes and After School Tutoring.  President is Bridget Pelley  mbpelley@live.com

School Site Council- 4/13 3:30pm WSC 118
Elected participation by Parents, Teachers, Student and Staff help direct funding to MV programs.  The current board positions are filled.  Coordinator is Kristine Sexton. 

Coffee with Kevin- 4/19 8:30am WSC 118
Monthly coffee scheduled 8:30am in 118 including presentations by students, faculty departments and time for Q&A with Administration. The next Coffee with Kevin is scheduled for February 8. No RSVP needed.

Academic Boosters- 5/10 10am WSC 118    
Fundraising for classroom teachers keeps our class sizes lower and offers more choices to our students.  This group meets monthly to direct funds and plan fundraisers.  Next meeting is February 8 @7pm, Library

Athletic Boosters- 4/10 7PM WSC 118
Fundraising for all Mustang Sports Teams to pay for additional services, support for our teams.  President is Mike Aha

12th Man
Fundraising for Mustang Football. 

Students of Excellence- 5/23 WSC Jumbotron  
In May is the 2nd Semester Students of Excellence. Teachers each nominate a student for the intangible efforts. The nominated student is hard-working, has a positive attitude, and adds a special element to the classroom.  Nominations are submitted in April and then Parents/Students are notified. 

Posted by: Jodi McFarland Published:3/22/17
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