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APRIL 
25     Access = 3rd Period  
26-28
Dance Show in Theater      
28     Spring Rally – on Rally Bell Schedule    
28     College & Career Decision Day!
28     Pullup Challenge at lunch by flagpole

29     Senior Ball  @ SF Belle 6:15 pre board 
 

MAY
1-12  AP Testing
  2    
Dance Tryouts  
  3     Senior Speech Tryouts 3:30pm
  5     PTSA Meeting 10:30-11:45 Conference Rm
  8     Athletic Boosters Meeting 7-9 in 118

11     Site Council Meeting 3:30 WSC 118
11-12 Choir Awards Concert, theater
15    
Senior Week  

20     Spring Concert, Gym
25     Jazz Showcase Concert, Theater

 

TUESDAY STAFF MEETINGS              
4/25  Faculty Meeting (change)      

        

LIBRARY SCHEDULE
Closed afterschool on Fridays
5/3, 5/5, 5/9, 5/11, 5/12  library closed all day for AP testing

 

DUE DATES
4/24  Link Crew Applications due
4/28  Homework Survey due
4/30  Literary Magazine submissions due
5/5    Youth Police Academy apps due  

 

 

DANCE SHOW TICKETS:  CLICK HERE  for $10 Dance Show tickets to Get Into The Swing" featuring 111 Mustang Students dancing jazz, modern, Broadway, couples, ballet, small and large groups. The show is April 26th, 27th and 28th at 7:00 PM in the Al Gentile Theater. Tickets may also be available at the door. Please print your receipt and present it at "will call" to receive your tickets on the night of the show.

 

Need Flowers for the MV Dance Show?  The MV Dancers love to receive flowers after the show!  Support the MV Dance program by buying your dancer flowers at the door the night of the show.  Single Rose $6, Bouquet of 3 $8, Bouquet of 6 $15  All proceeds go to MV Dance Program!  

 

Car Wash Tickets to support Men’s Volleyball!  San Ramon Valley Car Wash (near Costco)  Tickets for Gold Level (value $28.99) Sale for $25!!  Great Value, Great GIFT!  The tickets don't expire so buy now for any celebration gift.  To purchase a ticket, find a Men’s Volleyball Player or before home volleyball game at the gym on 4/25.  Cash please!   Any Questions? Contact Jennifer Chadam   jirelandc2@yahoo.com  More than 50% of Sale goes back to MVHS Mens VB.  Thank you for supporting Monte Vista Athletes!

 

Chipotle 4.26 to support Cure SMA
On Wednesday, April 26th come to the Chipotle in downtown Danville to support Danny and Cure SMA!!  If you tell them at the register you’re there for Cure SMA, Chipotle will give some of the money to Cure SMA.  Thanks for your support!  #doitfordanny 

 

Pink Hope Meeting  Hey Everyone!  There will be a very important Pink Hope meeting this Thursday during lunch in Mr. Stewart's room.  Please make sure you come. We will be making care packages for cancer patients and discussing our annual event: Relay for Life. There will be food and remember to wear your club shirt for extra points! 

 

COLLEGE & CAREER DECISION DAY:  Attention seniors!  This Friday, April 28th we are celebrating College & Career Decision Day!  Come to school wearing and showing off your future plans!  We want to see your military, college, and career future plans.  Join us in the amphitheater in the morning at the check in table and then come on out at lunch.  Look forward to seeing all the amazing futures our class of 17 has in store!  

 

RALLY:  Friday, April 28th we will be holding our last rally of the school year!  Please note we will be on the A/B rally schedule. 

 

SENIOR WEEK  Our senior week celebration is quickly approaching!  On Friday, May 19th we will have our senior breakfast in the commons from 7:45am – 8:15, then head to the ALL Senior Inspirational Awards Ceremony in the gym, and then off to senior picnic at Six Flags!  If you purchased a senior gold card, the breakfast is included, if you did not purchase a senior gold card but would like to participate in the breakfast you can purchase a ticket on the webstore.  The senior picnic to Six Flags is NOT included on the senior gold card, if any senior wishes to attend you must purchase the ticket on the webstore by May 10th.  Permission slips will be distributed in all ECON/GOV classes and are due to Mrs. Watson by May 11th in the counseling office.  Tickets for this are $35 each. 

 

Seniors – the Senior Inspirational Awards Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 19th.  At this event we want to honor senior achievements you have received and accepted this school year ONLY.  This includes scholarships of the college you will be attending, grants, and any other academic recognition.  Forms were emailed out to all seniors and their parents via school loop and the info is due by next Friday, May 5th to Mrs. Schikora in the counseling office.

 


NEWS REWIND

Literary Magazine   Would you like to have your work published, as well as be able to see the work of students from all over the school?  Please submit to the Monte Vista Literary Magazine by the end of this month at mvlitmag17@gmail.com. Feel free to ask any questions.

Clear photographs of art are preferred.

 

 

Homework Survey for SRVUSD Middle and High Parents   SRVUSD is administering a homework survey. Results will be used to identify best practices for homework.  The survey is anonymous, should take 5-10 minutes to complete, and can be completed using any online device. The links will be live from April 17 until April 28. Thanks again for your help.  Just click on the link ;  2016-17 Homework Survey for Parents

 

WORK PERMIT:  Do you need a work permit?  Go to the Counseling tab on the Monte Vista website and scroll down to “Work Permit”.  Print the worksheet and enter all of the required information.  Have your parents and your employer sign it, then bring it to Ms. Watson in the counseling office.  She will issue you the work permit by the end of the day.

 

TRAFFIX Bus Passes went on sale Monday morning and are sold out except MV-20 with a few seats remaining.   In the event of openings, the program manager will process waiting list requests in the order they were received and will contact you directly.  Place your student on the waiting list for a bus in your neighborhood by clicking here.  Please check the Traffix web site for details.   Judy B. Lloyd  TRAFFIX Program Manager  (925) 866-8739  manager@ridetraffix.com     www.ridetraffix.com

 

REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM:  This program serves refugees from around the world, particularly focusing on those who have experienced persecution based on their religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or gender identity. They have extensive expertise in resettling refugees who are vulnerable and fleeing violent and dire circumstances.   Please donate supplies in bin Art 2 through next Tuesday April 25th.   Thank you for supporting these new Bay Area families! You can get more information by checking out http://jfcs-eastbay.org/refugee-resettlement/

 

PLEASE DONATE:
- FULL SIZE shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc
-Gallon-sized Ziploc bags
-Kitchen items: pots/pans, plates, bowls, cups, glasses, silverware, cooking utensils, servingware, small appliances--all in great and very clean condition

-Backpacks filled with school supplies for children
-Baby items: new packs of diapers and wipes, strollers, port-a-cribs and car seats. If gently used, items need to be very well cleaned.
-Gift cards that can be given directly to refugees. Target and Safeway cards are the best options, in any amounts.

 

Summer of Programming and Game Design  Monte Vista High will be hosting summer camps for students to learn programming and 2 D video game design!  All proceeds received will be designated for

the intended purpose of lab equipment and software.  http://summerofgamedesign.webs.com/

DANVILLE YOUTH POLICE ACADEMY 6/5-9   Danville-area teens are invited to take part in a program aimed at providing them with the background and information to understand the role of law enforcement and how they can help keep their community safe.

The Danville Police Department is proud to offer a Youth Academy to current San Ramon Valley High School and Monte Vista High School students. The purpose of the youth academy is to increase youth’s understanding of police officers and their mission through hands-on training and education. 

The intent of the program is to acquaint youth with law enforcement’s role in the criminal justice system and provide an increased understanding of the tasks police face in their daily work. This is a great opportunity for high school students who are either interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or seek an understanding of law enforcement’s role in society.

Students will learn through a series of practical hands-on and classroom exercises, with topics that will include: Officer safety, building searches, officer use of force, arrest and control, handcuffing, traffic enforcement, high risk traffic stops, search and seizure, criminal law and crime investigation, force option simulator and patrol vehicle driving simulator.  
 

The Youth Police Academy is scheduled for June 5- 9, 2017.  

Please fill out and return the Youth Police Academy Application as soon as possible as space is limited!

Application deadline is May 5, 2017.

Youth Police Academy Application 

 

 

SUMMER RED & BLACK SOCCER CAMP for incoming freshmen & sophomores  July 31, Aug 1-2 8am to 11am  For more information or to sign up visit mvmenssoccer.com  

LINK CREW:  Are you interested in helping welcome next year's Freshmen, the Class of 2021? Then join Link Crew! Link Crew is a student group focused on welcoming new students to Monte Vista during Freshman Orientation in August. Link Crew is open to students who are going to be Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors during the 2017-2018 school year. We are looking for students that have a lot of Mustang pride and who want to show incoming Freshmen what a great place Monte Vista is! For more information on Link Crew and how to apply, please check the posting on Schoolloop News or see Mrs. Kither in Room 206 or Mrs. Chaplan on the first floor of the WSC. Applications are due by April 24th!

 

Vietnamese Speaker Needed!  A Vietnamese speaker is needed to translate for a speaker who will be presenting in the theater on Tuesday, 4/25 from 10:10am -10:49am. Our Mustangs have a rare opportunity to hear from Hoa Ngo, one of our staff members, who bravely served alongside Americans in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam during the Vietnam War and who was eventually imprisoned for his service after the war's conclusion. If you can help translate for Hoa, please email Alison Perruso at aperruso@srvusd.net or call 552-2859. 

 

Attention Seniors, Senior Ball is here!  Senior Ball will be held Saturday, April 29th from 7:00 – 11:00 pm on SF Belle for a tour of the San Francisco Bay.  The boat will be leaving from Pier 3 in San Francisco.  Attendees need to bring your student ID and ticket to Pier 3 by 6:15pm to begin the check in process.  Please plan ahead and be prepared for traffic or any unforeseen circumstances.  

SENIORS:  Distribution of Caps/Gowns from Jostens will be May 17th during Senior Week. 

 

SRVUSD High School Remediation Summer School 2017 @ Dougherty Valley High School  Applications are available from the Counseling Office
Session A: June 12 - June 29 8:00 am - 12:40 pm
Session B: June 30 - July 20   8:00 am - 12:40 pm (7/4 no school)

 


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

Science:
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


PARENTS ON CAMPUS

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 – 5/5 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- 5/11 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- 5/17  8:30am WSC 118
Monthly coffee scheduled 8:30am in 118 including presentations by students, faculty departments and time for Q&A with Administration. Summer reading will be discussed in this meeting. 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:4/25/17
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