Wolf Pack Weekly

Sept. 30th, 2022

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The Week in Snapshots

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Year at a Glance

We are excited to roll out an entire year's work of school events, activities, spirit weeks, and more to help all Timberwolves connect to MVHS. ASB has constructed a "Year at a Glance" calendar (live document) for the year in an effort to make sure everyone knows what opportunities there are to get involved.

AP Exam Registration for Fall Term Students

Students currently enrolled in an AP class who wish to take the test for their current class(s) need to order the test through the College Board and pay for the test on Total Registration.

Students who wish to register for an AP test for a class that is not offered will need to register for the test during the Fall term registration window to avoid the $40 late fee. Please see Mrs. Stearman in Room 307 for the join codes for the "exam-only" tests.

A separate Spring term registration will be held in January for Spring term classes - do not register for those exams at this time.

The deadline for the Fall Term Registration is Thursday, October 27th, the last day for payment without late fees is Sunday, October 30th at 11:59 pm.

Please see Mrs. Stearman in Room 307 if you have questions regarding test registration.

Attention Seniors: The FAFSA Window Opens Tomorrow

SENIORS! October 1st marks the beginning of college and financial aid applications. Recently passed legislation, AB 469, requires that all seniors fill out the FASFA/CADAA application or an opt-out form. The MVHS counselors have been presenting to your students in their English or Government classes about their post-secondary options, and have started your student on the application process in their californiacolleges.edu account. The students have a checklist for items needed to complete the application. We urge you to fill out the FAFSA/CADAA applications as soon as possible. Click the button below to learn more about the FAFSA and support offered by the MVHS Counseling Department.

We'll have much more information for seniors and families next Wednesday during our College and Career Night on campus. See details below.

College and Financial Aid Information Night: October 5th

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College Visits

Want to learn more about college admissions and requirements? Sign up here for the opportunity to connect and learn more about various different schools and universities.


Refer here for a list of all current scholarship opportunities for which you may qualify. In addition, The Career Center will have Scholarship Workshops every Tuesday, during period 4 . Seniors who don’t have a 4th period, come by and get any help you may need.

Work Permits, Job Opportunities, and Internships

ALL work permits expire on the 5th day of school. Please refer here for instructions on how to renew and/or get a new work permit.

Students interested in getting a job can check job listings here, and students interested in potential internship opportunities can click here.

College Planning for Seniors

Need-to-know information for all students applying to colleges this fall.

Need to Contact Your Counselor?

Click here to go to the Appointment webpage. Still have questions? Call our office: 760-758-6800 x 73032

Social-Emotional Support Resources

Click here for Social-Emotional resources on campus

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Be sure to join MVHS PTSA!

All are welcome: Parents, Students, Teachers, Staff, out-of-town relatives!

Click here to join today!

Click here to join MVHS PTSA today!

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The Timberwolves Foundation

The mission of the Timberwolves Foundation is to enhance, enrich, and encourage all aspects of education at MVHS and provide grants to promote the development of programs, classroom innovations, and support all school clubs.

Our "Why" - Vision, Mission, and Values

Our Vision is to be the model of educational excellence through discovery, innovation, and growth.

Our Purpose is to empower students to be self-directed, creative, and critical thinkers who persevere to positively impact the interconnected world.

We Value mutual respect, collaboration, integrity, originality, and intellectual curiosity that prepare our students to become integral members of society.