The Aztec Times

Nov. 7, 2017 Vol. 2

Mission Statement

The mission of Montgomery High school is to create a rigorous and relevant educational experience which guarantees all students reach their potential for personal and academic achievement in preparation for post-secondary demands that include college and career readiness.

Parent Announcements

School Site Council (SSC)

The role of SSC is to annually evaluate, monitor, and implement the school’s Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) which sets our school goals and objectives based on student data and the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).The School Site Council is comprised of the principal, teachers, non-classroom staff, parents, and students. School Site Council are public meetings and open attendance is welcome. If you would like to attend a meeting, please contact Elizabeth Hernandez (619) 628-3840

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Mon. Oct. 20 - Thur. Nov. 9

Students & Parents can donate food items to their 3rd period class.

Please see below for items to donate.

Teaching & Learning

Technology Integration

Technology occupies an important place in students' lives. ... By integrating technology into the classroom, you are changing the way teachers used to teach (lectures six hours a day) and provides students with the tools that will take them into the 21st century.

KMMI - Montgomery Media Institute - A California Partnership Academy

This is a three-year educational program designed to prepare students for college while it trains them for entry into a wide range of media careers. Using state of the art technology, students are taught a broad range of media skills in a project-based environment. Students will produce advertisements and informational materials for actual clients (clubs and organizations in both the school and community). In addition to producing a daily live broadcast, students develop a media portfolio that culminates with a Capstone Project completed during their senior year.

Ms. Caley O'Neil is the KMMI Coordinator


AOJ Program

The Administration of Justice program provides students with a unique experience to interact one on one with attorneys and other members of the criminal justice system. Through mock trials competitions, attorney shadowing, and field trips that highlight various sectors of the criminal justice system, students have the opportunity to make important real-world contacts who can assist them in fulfilling their career goals.

Mr. Goerge Sikes is the AOJ Coordinator

Sports Medicine Program

In the Sports Medicine pathway, students learn relevant medical and professional competencies for occupations such as Athletic Trainer, Physical Therapist, EMT, Paramedic, Firefighter, Nurse, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, or Doctor. Students will participate in activities involving basic life support training, evaluation of injuries, prophylactic modalities, and taping, and case study problem-solving.

Mr. Dylan Creamer is the program coordinator

CTE Engineering Career Pathway

Students dig deep into the engineering design process, applying math, science, and engineering standards to hands-on projects. They work to design solutions to a variety of problems using 3D modeling software. Students are taught the use of basic hand & machine tools used in the manufacturing fields. Students will be eligible to test and obtain a nationally recognized certificate in 3D modeling software. This pathway teaches students about manufacturing processes, product design, robotics, and automation.

Mr. Joseph Amaro is the program coordinator

CTE Media & Design Arts

Students use various software applications. Students will apply basic graphic design principles and typography to achieve specific goals through assigned projects. Students are introduced to appropriate computer applications; they produce design examples incorporating balance, emphasis, repetition, unity harmony and color. Students prepare designs demonstrating an understanding of typography and how type communicates. A portfolio is maintained for use in future job applications.

Occupations associated with this pathway are:

Graphic Designers, Desktop Publishers, Multimedia Artists, Multimedia Animators, Computer Programmers, Art Teachers, Drama Teachers, Music Teachers, Painters, Sculptors, Illustrators & Web Developers.

Safe & Healthy Learning Environment

Aztec Student of the Month

Tues. Oct. 25, 2017

Congratulations Aztecs!

UCLA Field Trip - Fri. Oct. 13, 2017

This field trip motivated our Latino community to attend universities such as UCLA. Los Hermanos Unidos Club gave 56 of our ELD students a two-hour tour of the campus. Students asked questions about the campus, tuition, and requirements to attend UCLA.

Thank you, Mr. Gaston and Mr. Frias for making this trip happen.

Homecoming Week...................

Oct. 16 - Oct. 20, 2017
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Parent & Community Engagement

College & Career Night

At Montgomery High School

Oct. 2, 2017


Athletic Clearance for Winter Sports


Athletic Clearance is now open. Please click here to get started. All athletes will need a physical that covers them throughout the full winter season (November - February).

Winter Sports (Tryouts begin on November 11th):

* Boys and Girls Basketball

* Boys and Girls Soccer

* Boys and Girls Wrestling

* Girls Water Polo.


MAGIC Center

(Tutoring in the Library)

3:00pm - 5:00pm

Counseling Center

Counseling office:


Counseling Secretary:

Eva Aguilar


Jackie Ramirez

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Student Announcements

Saturday School

Saturday School begins promptly at 8:00 am and ends at 12:00 pm.

(1 Saturday School will clear 12 Tardies or 1 Full day Absence)

The next Saturday School is scheduled for.....

* December 2 in room 212

Has someone at MOH done something great?

The Sweetwater Stars program wants to highlight those that shine!

We want to recognize the individuals that make a difference and have a positive impact in our school district and our school.

Click here to nominate your Star :)