Monday, October 19, 2020

Mountain View High School Announcments

We are excited about our return to in-person learning. Students will be returning next week beginning on October 26, 2020. Please make sure you check what group you are in (A or B). Your parent/guardian must complete the Mandatory In-Person Acknowledgement. This must be one before you return to our building. Information on how the complete the acknowledgent on parent portal is found in previous newsletters. If you have questions, please contact us.

Picture Make up and Retake Days

For thosee students that did not have their picture taken on either August 27th or August 31st for portraits and student IDs, Lifetouch will be here on Monday, October 26th and Tuesday, October 27th. You can order pictures on with the Picture Day ID: EVTKD2KTW.

For students that had their pictures taken, potrait proofs, potraits and student IDs will be deliviered when we return to school.

If you want to retake your picture, simply return your original purchased package on October 26th (Group A Students) or October 27th (Group B Students).

Model UN

Our Model UN competed over the weekend in the virtual Adams State University Collegiate Conference. Students discussed issues ranging from the Lebanese issue, mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, to the situation in Hong Kong and more. Alana Joslin and Ashley Campbell each won Distinguished Delegate (2nd). Magdalena McKee and Eloise Nelson each won Honorable Delegate (3rd). All of Model UN worked hard on their research and position papers and did a great job!

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Volunteer virtual or in person for Make a Difference Day (week)

This national day/week of service takes place October 19-24 and is meant to connect the community to nonprofits through volunteer projects. Volunteer virtually or in person as part of United Way of Larimer County's 22nd annual event and join the largest week of volunteer service in Northern Colorado:

Follow the link for many different community service opportunities!

Day of Industry 2020

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Senior Picture Information

The MVHS yearbook is forging ahead to create lasting memories for our students and families in this strange school year. We are adjusting dates and still hashing things out, but we wanted to let the community know the date senior pictures will be due: Wednesday, November 11, 2020.

Please book photographers or let them know about this date. More detailed info will follow soon.

Athletics, Activities and Clubs

Live Streaming MVHS Athletics

NEW for 2020! Did you know that you can stream some of the Mountain View games? Click on this link for upcoming events and how to subscribe. NFHS Network

Parent Teacher Conferences

Like everything else, Parent Teacher Conferences will look a little different this year.

Parent Teacher Conference will be held by phone or google meets by signing up for bookable appointments on:

  • Thursday, November 12th from 4:30 to 6:30 pm
  • Thursday, December 3rd from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.

Your student's teacher will be sharing the calendar link to book appointments. Watch for this in teachers weekly newsletters.

StuCo MVHS Announcements

MV StuCo has a continuous slide show presentation of announcements. Please click here to view.

MVHS Virtual College and Military Visits Calendar

Scan me for access to the College and Military Rep Visits Calendar. You can find every virtual visit for MVHS this year and a link to join the visit in the appointment.
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College Visits

Nova Southeastern University

Nova Southeastern University, Florida is having a virtual visit for MVHS students on Thursday October 22 at 1:00. Join via the link below:

SUNY College Oswego

SUNY College Oswego virtual visit on Wednesday October 21 @ 2pm! Join via the link below:

Front Range Community College

Front Range Community College Virtual Visit on Wednesday October 21 @ 12! Join via the link below!

University of Evansville

University of Evansville, IN is doing a virtual visit for MVHS students on Wednesday October 21 @ 10am! Join via the link below!

Army Virtual Visits

Army is having a virtual visit during lunch on every Wednesday. Here is the meeting link:

Walter Scott Jr. College of Engineering

The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering would like to invite you and your students to connect with us for Engineering Exploration Week: October 19-24, 2020.

This year’s virtual event will include dozens of opportunities to connect with us and includes multiple days of one-on-one sessions with current students and faculty, scavenger hunts, and more.

And since it’s Engineering Exploration Week, prospective students have the opportunity to participate in more than 40 webinars, virtual tours, student panels, and breakout sessions hosted by specific engineering departments and areas of study. Click the button below for more information and register today.


Heisman High School Scholarship

The Heisman High School Scholarship program is looking for all types of high-achieving seniors from more than 29,000 public and private high schools within the U.S. We consider young men and women who participate in a wide range of sports as well as school and community activities.

Boettcher Scholoarship Application

The Boettcher Application is now open!!!

This is a full ride scholarship to any college in Colorado!!!

The deadline is November 1 at 5 p.m. Boettcher Scholarship

The Daniels Scholarship Program

The Daniels Scholarship Program provides the opportunity for highly motivated students to earn a bachelor’s degree that helps them build a successful career and rewarding life. Daniels Scholars demonstrate exceptional character, leadership, and a commitment to serving their communities. Bill Daniels would also want his scholars to be proud Americans who value our free enterprise system and are prepared to give the world their very best shot. The Daniels Scholarship Program provides a four-year, annually renewable college scholarship that is unique to each student and varies depending on their Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and their choice of school and degree program. The scholarship pays up to $25,000 per year toward the student’s unmet need, after applying their EFC, other scholarships, and financial aid. Daniels Scholars may attend any accredited college or university in the United States. Apply online October 1-Sunday, November 15, 2020 by 4:00 pm MST. For more information, visit
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Bryce Thompson $100,000 HBCU Scholarship

Bryce Thompson $100,000 HBCU Scholarship - Available to all students who will be enrolling in an HBCU before December 2021 (or are enrolled already)

Thanksgiving Turkeys

Is your family in need of a little extra help around the holidays?

Every year the Foodbank can donate up to 200 turkeys to MVHS for families in need. If you are interested in picking up a turkey and have not received a Google Form in your student's email please contact Ms. Dennis at and a form will be sent to your email.

Request deadline is October 22nd and needs will be met on a first come first serve basis up to 200 turkeys. No income requirements asked. Limit 1 turkey per family. Pickup times have not yet been established, but more info to come soon.

Upcoming Classes at the Loveland Museum

Join us for art classes for kids, teens and adults at our easily socially-distanced BEET Education Center!

Studio Tour- Art Activity Workshops

$3 per person- must register (limited space)

Kids age 6 and older can attend on their own or register with an adult.

Kids age 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult.

Workshops will be instructed by Tracie Jenkins, Jennie Milner or Amanda Gress.

All supplies included

· Thursday, October 15th, 3:30 – 4:30 pm

· Saturday, October 17th, 11:30 am – 12:30

· Saturday, October 17th, 1pm - 2 pm

Kids Art Classes

$30 non-members, $24 Museum members for each class

For kids in grades 1-5

Meets from 3:45 pm – 5:00 pm

Instructed by Pat Saunders-White

All supplies included

November 5- Magical Landscapes (painting)

November 12- Dogs and Cats (painting)

November 19- Wacky Wire Sculptures (Wire and embellishments)

December 3- Standout Snowmen (Paint and embellishment)

December 10- Clay Villages (model magic)

December 17- Wild Ornaments (variety of materials)

Teen Art Classes

$30 non-members, $24 Museum members for each class

For students in grades 6th -12th

Meets from 4:15 pm – 5:30 pm

Instructed by Pat Saunders-White

All supplies included

October 20- Abstract Paintings (acrylics)

November 10- Dripping Trees (acrylics)

December 8- Pinecone Wreaths

Adult Art Classes

Fee: $50 non-members, $40 Museum members

Ages: 16+, 1-4 pm

All supplies included

October 14Learn to Draw (variety of media)

October 20Abstracts (acrylic)

October 21Rocky Mountains in Pastel (pastels)

October 22Dripping Trees (acrylic)

October 28Animal Attitudes (acrylic)

December 2Stream in Rocky Mountain National Park (oils)

October 28Mountain Cabin (pen and ink)

Adult Art Class- Progressive Skills

Fee: $125 non-members, $100 Museum members

Ages: 16+, 1-4 pm

Bring your own supplies and progressively build your skill over a three week workshop

November 4, 11, 18Progressive Oil Painting: How to Paint Water (oil paint)

Class Registration Link:

Have a class suggestion? Email me back and let me know!

Covid – 19 Information

What you need to know:

For the health and safety of our staff and students, classroom precautions following safety guidelines will be in place regarding COVID-19. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call or email us.

- Students and staff must wear a facial covering or mask at all times.

- COVID-19 screening questionnaire must be filled out at class check in.

- Registration capacity is set at 8 per class.

- In class, we promote healthy hygiene practices.

- Regular disinfection of frequently touched surfaces between uses.

- Promote social distancing with individual work spaces.

- Supplies are individualized or sanitized between uses.

Official Lions Gear

Get your official lions gear at the Sideline Store. Visit the website Mountain Lion Spirit Wear You can customize your gear online now.

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