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MV Bulletin for 2 20 18

Tuesday Late Start and Thursday Access Schedule
Tuesday morning Staff Meeting in Library 

 

Superintendent letter 2/16/18  Please note the support and contact info included in the letter from Superintendent Rich Schmitt.  

…”It is crucial that we as a community continue to be aware of our surroundings and report any concerns of suspicious behavior to local law enforcement, a trusted adult or through the SRVUSD Report a Concern Form. If you have a site specific concern about campus safety please reach out to the school’s site principal. Please help us share the message that “if you see something, or know something, say something.

…The National Association of School Psychologists provides the following tips for talking with students about violence:

Reassure children that they are safe.
Make time to talk.
Keep your explanations developmentally appropriate.
Review safety procedures.
Observe children’s emotional state.
Limit television viewing of these events.
Maintain a normal routine.

 

DATES AT A GLANCE
 

2/20/2018 Board of Education Meeting
2/20/2018 Multicultural Week
2/21/2018 Coffee with Kevin 8:30am 118

2/21/2018 CHP Street Smarts 7pm WSC
2/22/2018 Electives Fair at lunchtime  
2/22/2018 Dads on Campus AT SAN RAMON 7pm 
2/28 – 3/3 In the Heights Production in Theater

 

DUE DATES
3/2    Athletic PE Contract/Application for Spring Sports Due  

 

 

Hey all you AP Psych enthusiasts. If you are interested in taking AP Psychology next year then please stop by room 207 at lunch on Wednesday Feb 21st. Mr. Bowling will give you a breakdown of the class and answer your questions. Hope to see you all there. Thanks Mr. Bowling

 

FRIENDS OF SPECIAL OLYMPICS:  Meeting Thursday 2/22 at lunch in Rm 423.  All Polar Plungers must attend and bring signed permission slips. 

 

Attention Juniors, Junior Prom is here!  Junior Prom will be held on Saturday, March 24th from 7:00 – 11:00 pm at the Scottish Rites Center on Lake Merritt in Oakland.  Tickets will go on sale Thursday, March 1st for $90 each for ONE DAY ONLY!!  Then starting on Friday, March 2nd – Sunday, March 18th tickets will be sold online for $105 each.  The LAST day to purchase tickets will be on Monday, March 19th for $115 each and can only be purchased through the bookkeepers window.  Tickets can be purchased online through the webstore and at lunch through the bookkeepers window while available.  Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable so be sure you plan on attending prom before you purchase your tickets!  You must have your ticket and current student ID card for admittance to the prom.  ALL junior prom ticket and contract information will be given out to juniors the week of February 26th

 

LEADERSHIP 2018:  Attention freshmen, sophomores, and juniors!  Are you interested in being in the leadership class next year?  Maybe a class president or a part of a committee?  Well, then join us at one of our mandatory information meetings at lunch on Monday, February 26th or Tuesday, February 27th or Wednesday, February 28th in the Leadership room to get the packet and necessary information!

 

 Dads on Campus: What Teens Need from Dad

“What Teens Need from Dad”  Thursday, February 22, 2018  SRVHS Library  7:00p-9:00p  Featuring:  Alan Godfrey, LMFT,  Danielle Fitch, LMFT,  Andrew Huber, MFT Questions? Contact Danny Dubuk: jddubuk@gmail.com

 

 

NEWS REWIND

 

Attention Seniors needing a midyear transcript- Please come in and speak with your counselor and/or Mrs. Schikora in the Counseling office. Many colleges are asking for midyear transcripts before making final admission decisions this Spring. Check your email and portals for correspondence from your colleges! 

 

COUNSELING DATES CONFIRMED 
Month of February: Junior and Sophomore Grad Checks

February 22nd: Electives Fairs during Access and Lunch

February 26-27th: Course Selection Forms handed out in English classes

 

March 5th: Incoming 9th grade SPED Parent Meeting 3:45 – 5:15pm
March 5th: Incoming 9th grade Parent Night   5:15 – 7:15pm  ,
March 6th: AP Night/Counselor presentation

March 8th: 9th grade mental health presentations in Health classes

March 12th: Up 2 U program

March 12th-16th: Online Portal is open for course selection

March 15th: Freshman Naviance in Library

March 19th: Course selection forms due back to English teacher

 

 

Do you plan on parking at MV next school year?  Then you need to attend one of CHP Start Smart classes….at any location.  The classes at MV have been filled but you can attend at any location   CLICK HERE for MVHS student parking permit page for all the details. 

 

 MUSIC IN THE MOONLIGHT AUCTION  2/23/2018  Tickets are on sale now for the MV Keynoters annual auction benefiting MV instrumental music programs on Friday, February 23 at Diablo Country Club. Browse the auction catalog and purchase tickets here:  https://charityauction.bid/musicinthemoonlight2018

 

Important dates to note for 2018-2019: Announced by SRVUSD 
Frosh Orientation:  Wednesday, August 8th 
Stampede Day:  Wednesday, August 8th
Staff Workday/Office Closed:  Friday, August 10th
First Day of School: August 13, 2018
Winter Break: December 21, 2018 to January 4, 2019
Spring Break: April 1-5, 2019
Last Day of School: May 31, 2019

 

Important dates to note for 2019-2020: Announced by SRVUSD
First Day of School: August 13, 2019
Winter Break: December 23, 2019 to January 3, 2020
Spring Break: April 6-10, 2020
Last Day of School: May 29, 2020

  

AFTER SCHOOL HELP- revised 11/8/17

 

 

English      Rm   Time
Tuesday     308   3:15-3:45 pm
Thursday   223   3:15-3:45 pm

 

Math 
Tuesday     523   3:20-4:20 pm
Testing       527  3:30- 4:30 pm
Thursday   523   3:20-4:20 pm

 

Biology & Anatomy 
Tuesday     908   3:15-4:15 pm

 

Physics
Wednesday 906 3:20-4:05 pm

 

Spanish 
Monday     408   3:15-4:00 pm

 

Testing Center: 
Tuesday     207   3:30-4:30 pm
Wednesday 207 3:30-4:30 pm

 

Funded by PTSA Members

 

 

  

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.  Coordinator is Ryan Meineke ryan.meineke@yahoo.com  

Parent Teacher Student Association 
Parents meet routinely to support MV campus, staff and activities.  Volunteers coordinate programs such as Parent Education and After School Tutoring.  President is Janet Nunan.  

School Site Council
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
Monthly coffee scheduled 8:30am in 118 including presentations by students, faculty departments and time for Q&A with Administration. No RSVP needed.  

Academic Boosters
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.  
Athletic Boosters   
MVAB’s mission is to help MVH Athletics provide a positive atmosphere of sportsmanship and learning for the MVHS student-athlete and their athletic teams.  This is done by providing needed funding for a variety of capital improvements, as well as educational and program support. 

12th Man 
Fundraising for Mustang Football. 

Students of Excellence  May 22, 2018
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.   

 


DAILY BULLETIN:  Teacher/Advisor/Staff submit for the Club or News by email.  .
ANNOUNCEMENTS:  Read MWF at beginning of 3rd period.  
SUBMIT:  School Loop or email typed to jmcfarland@srvusd.net 

 

Posted by: Jodi McFarland Published:2/20/18
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