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MV Bulletin for 1 31 18
Posted 1/31/18

Library closed at 3:20 pm on 2/1 for the SRVUSD Speakers Bureau but the downstairs WSC will remain open. 



2/2/2018 SPED Coffee in WSC 118
2/2/2018 Frosh Assembly Keith Hawkins 9am Gym
2/2/2018  PTSA Meeting 10:30 Conf Rm
2/8/2018  School Site Council 3:30 WSC 118  
2/9/2018 Winter Rally Schedule  
2/12/2018 SPED Incoming 9th Grade Library
2/19/2018 Presidents Day- No School  
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 in Commons Access/Lunch


2/2    CSF Spring Application Due to 533
2/5    PTSA Scholarship Apps due.  CLICK HERE
2/5    English Grants for Chromebooks  CLICK HERE



POETRY OUT LOUD:  Congratulations to all the participants in this year’s Monte Vista competition.    Nadine Fattah was 3rd, Brady Martin 2nd, and Wesley Little won for the second year in a row!  On to county level Feb. 10 in Martinez! Poetry Out Loud is a national recitation competition for high school with some 315,000 students participating last year.


Tix for MV vs DLS Basketball

Hey Mustangs are you ready to cheer on our team Friday, 2/2?  Get your tickets online by Thursday at noon to assure you get a seat.  First come first served!  CLICK HERE for tickets $5 student or $8 adult. The link will close by noon Thursday.   Additional tickets (if any) will be available for sale at the gate.  First come, first served.   


Gates open at 3:45pm.  There are no in/out privileges and no league, section or state passes will be accepted if the game is sold out.  


Game Times

1. Frosh – 4:00. 

2. JV – 5:30

3. Varsity – 7:00


STUNT Interested in a new spring sport for women? Come and check out what STUNT is all about in room 801 at lunch on Wednesday with Ms. Frumenti!


Hey Everyone!  Come to the Dude Be Nice meeting in room 225 at lunch Wednesday 1/31.  We will be planning our next surprise, so be there to help us choose whom to celebrate.  If you haven’t purchased a t-shirt yet, bring $10!  There will be snacks :)  See you there!


Attention all TENNIS players looking to represent MV on the Mens Tennis Team for 2018. Come meet the new Varsity Head Coach, Ankit Arora. Introduction and information regarding the upcoming season will be provided.   Location- MV Tennis Courts, Date- Thursday, Feb. 1st  Time - 3:15


Friends of the Special Olympics meeting Thursday 2/1 @lunch in Ms Brix room 423. 


Cure SMA Meeting at lunch in Room 408 on Thursday!! Come on in to show your support for our fellow Mustang Danny and for a cure for Spinal Muscular Atrophy! This meeting is really important, so please stop by and bring your friends! #DoItForDanny"


GOLF:  there will be a mandatory meeting for all trying out for boys golf this Friday at lunch in room 534


Support MV English Tech needs with Donors Choose  The Sophomore Class grant needs to be funded by February 5 - $3061 still needed to meet the goal.  CLICK HERE


Hello everyone! Women's Empowerment Club is holding a tampon drive from Thursday, January 11th through the end of the month. Please bring in any kind of feminine product in a variety of sizes. These products will help women in need, such as those in homeless shelters or affected by natural disasters. There are donation boxes in different classrooms, such as Beamish, Reed, Kither, Brix, and more that you can find on Schoolloop. You can also make cash donations to Ms. Beamish's room (room 209). Thank you and please donate!


This month the Pledge to Humanity Club is collecting used crayons. We will sort them for a company called The Crayon Initiative, who melts down old crayons and make new ones for children in the hospital, to alleviate their stress by giving them art materials. The bin is in front of Counseling. 


Feb 27 Diablo Vista Visit  9”50am

March 5th Incoming Freshman Parent Night 5:30 Commons, Theater, Gym
March 6th AP Info Night 5:30-6:30pm Commons
March 6th Incoming 10-12th counselor presentation 6:30-7:30pm Theater
March 7th Stone Valley Visit 9:50am

March 12 - 16th Online Course Selection Portal Open




Do you plan on parking at MV next school year?  Then you need to attend one of CHP Start Smart classes.  For 2018-2019 school year, all SRVUSD students and their parents/guardian must attend a Start Smart class to obtain a parking permit to park on their school campus.  CLICK HERE for MVHS student parking permit page for all the details. 


California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Students who are interested in joining or reapplying for CSF this semester must fill out the application and attach their transcript from last semester.  They can turn these in to RM 533 in Mr. Pang’s room during brunch, lunch, or after school.  Please do not come in during passing period.  The application is due by Friday, February 2nd


If you are a freshman and are interested in joining CSF, we will be opening up the application to you as well.  In regards to the Fall 2017 Semester, all freshman that are admitted this semester (Spring 2018) will receive membership credit for the Fall 2017 Semester.


Please refer to the CSF Application for additional information about the club.  If you have any questions or concerns, please e-mail us at  Thanks!


 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:


STUDENT VOLUNTEERS:  Looking to satisfy the UC application section for community service and volunteer hours? Alamo Elementary School is looking for MVHS volunteers to assist with Spring events—talent show,  3D printing, coding and robotics after school enrichment classes, auction gala, sign up parties, and more. Email today for more details.


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


The Student Recognition Project is back! Now is your chance to be recognized and rewarded for something you are passionate about. All projects are judged by local community experts.  Winning projects will receive a prize, a chance to connect with judges and an invitation to the annual awards reception in the spring. Check out the categories and apply online today at! You have until February 16 to apply to participate. All projects are due to Cheryl Di Grazia by 2 p.m. on March 2. Check online for the performing arts judging schedule.



2018 Track and Field Info:  Track practice will begin Monday, February 5th at 3:30pm. All interested athletes should report to the track field dressed in running attire including sweats and a water bottle.

Practices will take place Monday-Friday 3:30-5:30pm, rain or shine, unless otherwise announced. This includes minimum days.   

Please make sure you have completed the Monte Vista Athletic Clearance Process. This is due by 1/26/18 and includes a physical exam within the last 12 months. Please click here to complete the process: For additional help click here

If you are not cleared, you will not be allowed at practice and you will be cut from the team.

For additional questions please go to


Traffic Reminders for Monte Vista- It is illegal to make a uturn from the exit of the horseshoe back into the entrance.    This driving hazard has been reported by students and parents and staff.  Please stop.


Please talk with your family about the rules of the road and safe driving around the MV campus.      Thanks and be safe out there Mustangs!  


Students- Take your time leaving class and the parking lots.  Pausing for ten minutes may save your life and your bumper. Uturns across the Stone Valley double yellow are illegal and unsafe.


Parents- Save time and traffic by picking your student up at 3:45pm after the student has studied for 30 minutes in the library or WSC. 


Parents- Drop off/pick up in front of gym to take a legal left turn on Stone Valley at the light.    There is no legal left turn out of the horseshoe during pick up and drop off hours.


Pedestrians- Stay in the car until safe to exit to the sidewalk.  There is no drop off in red zone or mid street for your safety.    




AFTER SCHOOL HELP- revised 11/8/17


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


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


Wednesday 906 3:20-4:05 pm


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






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  

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.  Next meeting is Jan 11   at 3:30 in WSC 118.  

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.  The next Coffee is January 24 at 8:30am in WSC 118.  

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