March Newsletter

Montgomery High School

Congratulations to MHS Yearbook Class

Walsworth’s premier idea book, Possibilities, just released its newest volume and it is an honor for us to feature the 2018 Montgomery High School yearbook in this edition as an outstanding source of inspiration for yearbook staffs around the country. This edition of Possibilities contains 868 examples from 248 school yearbooks, placing Montgomery’s yearbook among the best yearbooks that Walsworth prints. We are proud of the hard work that Mr. Forrest and his yearbook students do every year.

Upcoming Guided study college visits to the MHS CCC.

All MHS students have already been emailed this information in their Naviance message box. Please encourage your students to check their Naviance messages so they can take advantage of these opportunities. Students can also do research on these colleges prior to the visits on Naviance as well.

University of Tampa 4/30/2019
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Lynn University 5/1/2019
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Drama: Lenaea High School Theatre Festival 2019 Award Recipient

  • One-Act Plays - Production Bronze B Montgomery High School - Club Mojito
  • One-Act Plays - Actor Award Outstanding Performance in a One-Act Montgomery High School - Ari Vozaitis in Club Mojito
  • Tech Olympics Sound Challenge All Tracks Montgomery High School - Hayley Simonson
  • Special Recognition Synergy Award Montgomery High School
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Congratulations to our Winter Sports

  • · Boys’ Soccer Oak- NBL Champions/NCS Champions –Made the State Playoffs
  • · Girls’ Soccer Oak- NBL Champions/NCS Champions- Made the State Playoffs
  • · Wrestling Redwood- NBL Champions- NCS Playoffs
  • · Boys’ Basketball 2nd place in the Oak League-NCS Playoffs
  • · Girls’ Basketball 2nd place in the Oak League- Made the State Playoffs
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The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) is recognized as one of six regional associations that accredit public and private schools, colleges, and universities in the United States. The commission validates the curricular, instructional, and support programs for California schools.

This survey will allow Montgomery’s stakeholders to update their current vision and mission, review practices currently in place, and provide opportunities for improvement. We welcome your constructive feedback. Every member of our school community plays an integral part in evaluating and participating in our self-study report. Please participate in our study by completing the anonymous survey. To fill it out, visit: WASC 2018-2019 Parent Survey

Project Graduation

Project Graduation is a non-profit organization that provides an all-night party for the senior class of Montgomery High with the goal of keeping graduates safe and off the roads on graduation night. It is a drug-free and alcohol-free event and gives graduates one last chance to socialize together as a class.

Montgomery High uses a cell phone app called “STOPit” for students and parents to report information anonymously

The app allows students to report incidents such as bullying, hazing or other concerns, anonymously, to school administrators. By texting with the app, students are instantly connected to staff who can resolve issues. School administrators will still investigate the reports, just as they do for any current concerns. The anonymity and texting capability have been used successfully in many schools. Watch this STOPit video to learn more

Use this access code to activate the STOPit app: MHVIKINGFAMILY

LCAP survey coming soon

Did you share your thoughts about our schools last year? Thousands of parents, students, teachers, staff and community members participated in our online LCAP Survey. They told us what they like about our schools and where we can improve. Information from the survey is used as we all set priorities for our schools for next year. This year's survey will be available online in late February. Look for an email inviting you to participate... or go to our website at the end of the month to find the LCAP Survey link!


If you are interested in Interdistrict Transfer - transfering from another school district into Santa Rosa City Schools - please read the information about the two-step process and the schools that are already at capacity on our Transfers web page.

Students Healing through Visual Art at the Integrated Wellness Center

Creative Sonoma and our Integrated Wellness Center are working

together to provide art opportunities for students healing from trauma. The drop in sessions occurs on Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:00. or more information see the link below:

Integrated Wellness Center