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Monte Vista Daily Bulletin for 10 12 18

Friday is Rally Schedule and Tuesday is late day



10/12 Homecoming Rally
10/12 Homecoming Tailgate, Parade and Game vs Granada  
10/12 End of Quarter 1  
10/13 Homecoming Dance  Commons 7-10pm
10/14 Run for Education  
10/17 Coffee with Kevin 8:30am in 118  
10/17 Dads on Campus 7-9pm in Library
10/18-20  Fall Play “Radium Girls” in Theater 7pm
10/24 District College Night - all campus  
10/29-30  Bach to School Choir Concerts 7PM in Theater  
10/31 District Minimum Day





CLICK HERE to purchase football tickets online.   Miss the ticket booth line and just show your ticket on your phone at the gate. 




Homecoming Week- Mustangs for Life 

Friday 10/12: Class Colors   Frosh – Grey, Soph – Red, Juniors – White, Seniors – Black


HOMECOMING TAILGATE:  Friday, 10/12 4-6pm on Blacktop.  Students, Parents, Alumni and Staff are all welcome.  There is no cost to enter but you may pre-purchase $1 food/games tickets as a fundraiser for the Monte Vista Clubs.  Join in the pre-game fun with food trucks, games, face painting and spiritwear.  $1 tickets are sold during Homecoming Week at the flagpole, commons and student store in the student center. 




HOMECOMING DANCE Saturday 10/13:  The Dance is sold out.  All students will need an ID card to enter the dance.  Visitors are not admitted.   .  The Homecoming Dance is Saturday 7-10pm in The Commons.   


Donate your gently used dresses to the marked bin in the horseshoe.  All dress donations will benefit The Princess Project, an organization that gives dresses to those who can’t afford them. 





Hi Mustangs,  Collection for Change is a club that aims to work with businesses in order to make an impact in our community. Come join us for our first member meeting next Tuesday,  October 16th in Room 206 at lunch. 


LIBROSHARE:  On Monday 10/15 during lunch, we are having a meeting in Mrs. Johnson’s room 221. Feel free to come to check out our crews if you are joining or pondering about joining.  Do you know you can join a club of an international non-profitable organization in Monte Vista?  Libroshare is an international non-profit that collects abandoned books and ships them both domestically and internationally to poor regions, such as villages in Africa, Mexico, and China. Over the years, we have received sponsorship from many companies, such as Wells Fargo's’, Amazon, and Ctrips, etc. Our website is www.libroshare.net   To become a member, we are just expecting you to collect books in your neighborhood


Club Meeting “Peace for the Middle East” on Wednesday October, 17 during lunchtime in Room 907.


VOTER REGISTRATION!!  Are you 18? Register to vote at lunch from 10/11/18 to 10/19/18. There will be a table near the flagpole with information and help.  If you are 16 or 17, you can preregister as well. Make sure your voice is heard.   https://registertovote.ca.gov/


Attention! Slavic Culture Club is holding it's first meeting in Room 203 at Lunch next Wednesday 10/17/18! Be there - there will be LOTS of food! 


Monte Vista Science Alliance mentor applications are now live! If you are interested in mentoring a 5th grader through their own science fair project, fill out the application and submit it by Thursday, October 18. The link can be found at http://tinyurl.com/MVSAMentorApplication1819 or on the website at mvsciencealliance.org


Data Science Club Meeting  10/20 at lunch in 420
Are you interested in math and programming? Do you need an upper edge in your fantasy football league? Whether it's exploring the topic of statistics or exploring interests in the form of projects, the data science club will help teach the R programming language while providing a platform for students to learn a topic that dominates the technology job market.  The first meeting will be Thursday, October 20th in room 420! See you there!!

 Dads on Campus 10/17 at 7pm in Library  Teen Esteem's Linda Turnbull is presenting "Earning the Right to be Heard".  Come to Dads on Campus to discover the current trends among teens and gain effective communication tools to build a stronger, healthier relationship with your kids.  Ask your friends and plan on an informative evening!  7-8:30pm in the Workday Student Center Library  www.teenesteem.org


Monte Vista Drama Presents:  Radium Girls By DW Gregory
Oct 18-20 at 7pm         Students $8            Adults $15

In 1926, radium was a miracle cure, Madame Curie an international celebrity, and luminous watches the latest rage—until the girls who painted them began to fall ill with a mysterious disease. Inspired by a true story, Radium Girls traces the efforts of Grace Fryer, a dial painter, as she fights for her day in court. Her chief adversary is her former employer, Arthur Roeder, an idealistic man who cannot bring himself to believe that the same element that shrinks tumors could have anything to do with the terrifying rash of illnesses among his employees. As the case goes on, however, Grace finds herself battling not just with the U.S. Radium Corporation, but with her own family and friends, who fear that her campaign for justice will backfire.


BACH TO SCHOOL CONCERTS:  Come see our award winning Monte Vista Choir at the Bach to School Concerts!  Enjoy a night of beautiful voices  Oct 29 & 30  7pm  Monte Vista Theatre  Tickets on sale for Friends of Choir* members - Oct 15  Tickets on sale to public - Oct 22  Limited seating  Questions? Contact mvchoirtix@gmail.com  Purchase tickets at www.mvchoirtix.com  Make a donation to the choir program and receive reserved seating & advanced ticket sales access!!




Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Room 205, 3:30 – 4:30pm. 



Spanish Tutoring, Mondays Rm 408, 3:15 – 4:15
English Tutoring, Wed Rm 225/226, Thurs Rm 223, 3:15 – 3:45

Physics Tutoring, Wednesdays Rm 906

Gov/Econ/Histories Tutoring, Wed Rm 203, 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.

BiologyTutoring, Thursdays Rm 303
Spanish Tutoring Lab, Mondays 3:15-4:15, room 408 with Sra. Estevez

Physics tutoring will be Wednesdays in room 906
Math Lab Tu/Th Room 523, 3:20-4:20pm with Jeff Kindley
Math only Testing Center, Room 537, Tu 3:20-4:20 with Danielle Alm



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  dadsoncampusmv@yahoo.com   


Parent Teacher Student Association – 10:30am Conference Rm
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.  janetnunan@aol.com 


School Site Council-  3:30pm WSC 118
Elected participation by Parents, Teachers, Student and Staff help direct funding to MV programs.  The current board positions are filled.  Next meeting is 10/11.  Coordinator is Kristine Sexton. ksexton@srvusd.net   


Coffee with Kevin-   8:30am WSC 118
Monthly coffee scheduled 8:30am in 118 including presentations by students, faculty departments and time for Q&A with Administration. No RSVP needed.  The next Coffee is 10/17.  See you there! jmcfarland@srvusd.net 


Academic Boosters    
Fundraising for classroom teachers keeps our class sizes lower and offers more choices to our students. Please join us at our General Meetings where parents can learn about current trends in academics at Monte Vista, the school district and more.  Next meeting is 10/10.  President is Joy Lessman.  president@mvacademicboosters.com 


Athletic Boosters-  7PM WSC 118
Fundraising for all Mustang Sports Teams to pay for additional services, support for our teams.  Next meeting is 10/1.  President is Paul Clark.  pa.clark@sbcglobal.net 


12th Man
Fundraising for Mustang Football.  President is Dave Zeising. dzeising@comcast.net 


Parent Education
Watch for Parent Ed Programming to enhance your parenting knowledge and experience. Several events are planned for the near future including movie screenings, educational presentations, and round table discussions with Parents as the focus. 


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