Mountain View High School
December 9, 2020 Newsletter
Welcome to Mountain View High School. Home of the Mountain Lion. Our motto is: PRIDE!
Visit our website: https://www.thompsonschools.org/mountainview
A few weeks ago, a form was sent to all families to identify which learning model (in person which is remote right now or Thompson Connect Online) each student would be selecting for the second semester that begins Tuesday, January 5, 2021. If your child is not changing learning model, there is nothing further to do.
For those who completed the form or contacted our office to change the learning model, please note the following below.
Our counseling staff will reach out to you as to the next steps for class schedules and information about either joining us for in-person learning (which is currently remote) or for fully online through Thompson Connect Online (TCO). At this time, we do not know whether we will be serving students who select the in-person learning model remotely or in-person when the second semester begins. Details regarding the re-entry of high school students for in-person learning will come out from the District by December 18, 2020.
If you are planning to have your child change learning models and you have not yet contacted us, please do so by December 11 so that we can ensure a smooth transition.
Students NOT returning 2nd Semester
It's easy to do!! Come any school day between 8AM and 4PM, ring the bell . . . .we'll be happy to help.
You may make an appointment to return your chromebook, to do so please Click Here, Click on an open appointment slot to sign up. If no slots are available, please try a different time range. To cancel an appointment slot you've already booked, leave this sign-up page and delete the event from your own calendar.
WHEN RETURNING A CHROMEBOOK, PLEASE REMEMBER TO RETURN THE CHARGER!
Senior Name Verification
Recently you should have received in the mail a letter asking you to confirm you full legal name. If you did not receive this letter, please contact Suzy Hass at (970) 613-7802 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The diploma is a legal document and must have your student’s full legal name. We will need you to verify that the name listed below is the legal name that matches your student’s birth certificate or other legal name change documents. Please make sure to include any suffix and or diacritical mark.
The diploma CAN NOT have the graduates’ nickname.
We will need the confirmed name verification back by December 18th.
Please return to Suzy Hass by December 18, 2020. You can return the signed document by the following methods: (1) take a picture or scan then email to email@example.com, (2) fax to (970) 613-7820, or (3) mail to 3500 Mountain Lion Drive, Loveland, CO 80537.
Reminder to get your graduation orders in. If you have not received your graduation packet, please come to the school and pick one up.
You may place your order at anytime at www.jostens.com or
mail your order to:
Excel Scholastic Services, LLC,
3201 East Mulberry Street, Unit R,
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Group Order deadline is Friday, December 11th
2021 Incoming Freshman, LISA Applications Are Being Accepted Until January 8, 2021
The LISA program at Mountain View High School is a pathway for a student to earn a Thompson School District Honors Diploma through art integration. The MVHS LISA program seeks a student that is passionate about the arts, that works and learns together with others as a community, and that reflects the philosophy of art integration. In reviewing applications for admission, the MVHS LISA faculty seeks evidence of the following qualities: passion for the arts, the commitment and self-discipline to advance in both artistic and academic studies at an honors level, and the ability to contribute to building a successful, supportive, and inclusive school community through art integration.
To Apply please CLICK HERE
Congratulations Bailey Bianco!!
November Freshman Seminar MVPs
2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. K-12 Art and Writing Contest
The Language, Culture and Equity Department is excited to offer an opportunity for all TSD students to participate in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Art and Writing Contest. Winners will be recognized during the 2021 Virtual Loveland MLK Celebration on January 18th (more details to follow). Please encourage students to participate in the contest.
All art and writing entries must be submitted via an Entry Form and received by December 15, 2020. Please see the attachments (MLK contest flyer in English and Spanish) for more details. If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Sirio via the contact information below:
Digital Citizenship Resources
Parent Digital Citizenship Resources can be easily accessed by looking on the TSD Library Resources page.
To find this go to- https://www.thompsonschools.org/Page/20020
Here you will find a wealth of information on this resource page.
Teaching students to be responsible online will help them to be good citizens. Reading and learning about Digital Citizenship will help bring parents and students trustworthy information to be ready for proper internet usage at home, while traveling, or at school.
Athletics, Activities and Clubs
Season B sports are open for registration! Athletes planning to participate in
- Boys Basketball
- Girls Basketball
- Competition Spirit
can sign up now. Go to mvhsathletics.org and click on 2020-21 Athletic Registration for instructions on how to register. The first practice/tryouts are currently set to begin February 1, 2021.
National Signing Day
ATTENTION BASEBALL PLAYERS
There will be a player's meeting for all interested baseball players on December 16th at 7pm. It will be a Google Meet meeting & the meeting code will be sent to each player on the coaches mailing list. Contact Coach Smela and let him know you are interested and he will add you to his mailing list. The Coach needs 100% of this year’s baseball prospective players on the Google meeting to address a lot of new information.
Topics to be covered at this player’s meeting include:
· The off-season strength & conditioning schedule
· Pitcher/Catcher workouts-sessions
· Spring training games in March-April
· Spring Break
· Tryout expectations
· Season description with COVID-19 rules
· Summer baseball
Open Enrollment for 2021-2022 School Year
TSD Open Enrollment starts TODAY!
November 30 - January 8
Whatever your interests, TSD has program options that are perfect for your student and family. Now is your chance to explore our diverse program lineup and choose the school community that is right for you!
Apply Now: https://bit.ly/397ulYF
Learn more about our schools: https://bit.ly/3f3VtJ3
FAFSA Information Night, TONIGHT at 5 - 6:30 p.m.
Mountain View Music & Arts (MVMA)
MVMA Holiday Fundraisers!
Mountain View Music & Arts (MVMA) has several fundraisers for you to take advantage of this holiday season! These fundraisers benefit MVHS’s band, choir, orchestra, theatre, and arts programs.
1. Gift Cards: Purchase gift cards to give as holiday gifts, or buy electronic gift cards to spend on your holiday shopping: 750+ retailers available! Sign up for the ShopWithScrip program and install the RaiseRight app on your phone. Get started here: https://shop.shopwithscrip.com (MVMA’s enrollment code is B28155F75549L).
2. AmazonSmile: Avoid the stores, and do your holiday shopping from the safety of home! Link your Amazon account to designate Mountain View Music & Arts as your charitable organization, then shop at smile.amazon.com. Get started here: http://smile.amazon.com (MVMA’s organization # is 26-4794988). You can also use AmazonSmile on your phone — just enable it in your Amazon app settings.
3. King Soopers Community Rewards: Let King Soopers donate a portion of your holiday grocery shopping back to MVMA (at no cost to you!). Link your King Soopers shopping card (the one you use to get store discounts and sale prices) to designate Mountain View Music & Arts as your charitable organization. Get started here: https://www.kingsoopers.com/i/community/community-rewards (MVMA's organization # is SB623).
Thank you for supporting MVMA! For more information about us, visit https://www.mvmaloveland.org
Teen Winter Learning
December 1 – January 1
Are you ready to choose your gnome adventure?
Teens can read, create and discover throughout the month of December for the opportunity to earn awesome prizes like gift cards and even a tablet!
Participate in the program online at https://bit.ly/37rBZuw
Choose your avatar, earn badges, and unlock games in your online account. For teens and tweens age 11-17 or in grades 6-12.
District Meal Plan During Remote Learning
Monday, Wednesday, Friday's
1 HOT ENTREE, 1 COLD LUNCH AND 2 COLD BREAKFAST
10:00-11:00 Mountain View HS, Bill Reed MS, Cotton Wood Plains ES
11:15-12:15 Winona ES, Erwin MS, Thompson Valley HS
12:30-1:30 Berthoud HS, Conrad Ball MS
(Parents or students can go to pick up meals, students do not have to be present with parents)