Week at a Glance
September 18 - September 22
We are sending out a Week at a Glance (WAAG) as a means to inform students and parents of the upcoming important events and announcements for the week. For general information, please visit our website at http://moh.sweetwaterschools.org/
Our girl's tennis team hosted Hilltop High on Tuesday.
We celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a football game against Prepa Federal Lazaro from Mexico. There was a car show, mariachi performances, and ballet folklorico dances.
Our superintendent Dr. Aguirre visited The Mesa. He took time to take a picture with Monty and ASB President Ari.
Message from the Principal - Mr. Zumstein
While the fall break is just around the corner this time of year can bring on many emotions for students, staff, and parents. Feeling anxious and stressed are normal feelings to have right now. We encourage everyone to use their strengths to cope with or prevent negative feelings. About half of our students have taken the adult version of the Clifton Strength Finder Assessment. Our goal by the end of the semester is to have assessed 100% of our students. Please take some time to reflect on your strengths when you encounter tough times or how you can use them to prevent tough situations. In addition to using your strengths make sure to fall back on our core value of resilience. These strategies can get you through just about anything but also don't forget we got each other to offer support when needed. Work hard this week so you can enjoy the break to the fullest. We got this Aztecs!
Next Two Weeks
Monday, September 18 - 3:30pm JV Flag Football Game vs Castle Park with varsity to follow, Girl's Golf vs Sweetwater at National City Golf Course
Tuesday September 19 - 9th Grade High School 101 Presentations, 8:30am Blood Drive in the cafeteria, Lunch Time Managing Stress Workshop, 3:30pm Girl's Flag Football vs Sweetwater at Castle Park, 3:30pm Girl's Tennis at Sweetwater, 3:30pm Girl's Volleyball vs Mater Dei at home, 4pm Girl's Golf vs Hilltop at Chula Vista Golf Course
Wednesday, September 20 - College Gear Day, 9th Grade High School 101 Presentations, lunch - September Birthdays
Thursday, September 21 - 3:30pm Girl's Tennis vs Castle Park at home, 4pm Girl's Golf vs Castle Park at Chula Vista Golf Course
Friday, September 22 - Early Release, 3:30pm Girl's Volleyball vs Castle Park at home, 4pm JV Football at Canyon Hills, 7pm Varsity Football at Canyon Hills
FALL BREAK September 25 - October 6
STUDENTS RETURN OCTOBER 10
From the Assistant Principals
As part of our commitment to adhering to our Aztec Values of Respect, Responsibility and Resilience, MOH has implemented a non-privilege list effective 8/23/2023.
At this time, the non-privilege list includes students with the following:
- Attendance: 8 full day absences/48 single period absences
- Discipline: Any students suspended from school the first 6 weeks of school. Any new suspensions will be added to the list.
Any students on this list are prohibited from attending extra-curricular activities or school dances.
The list is reviewed weekly and emailed to students and parents each week. Students may clear ONE full day absence by attending Saturday School. The Saturday School schedule and sign up form are available on the WAAG. The WAAG can be found on our website and is emailed to all Aztecs through Jupiter every Sunday. Any students on the list for student discipline will be re-evaluated at the next grading period.
Aztec Values are the foundation of how we treat one another on campus. Assistant Principals visited classrooms the first two week of school to explain the expectations of all students at MOH. Always remember to be respectful, responsible and resilient to our Aztec Family.
Link to AP Presentations: Aztec Values and Expectations Presentation
Contact Information for Assistant Principals
Ruben Baeza: Last Names A-F
Mabelle Glithero: Last Names G-M
Teresa Walkup: Last Names N-Z
Valerie Ruiz: ASB & Athletics
From the ASB
- We our hosting our first of three Blood Drives on September 19th in the cafeteria.
- Click on this link to sign up for the Blood Drive next Tuesday.
- Click on this link for the permission slip.
- Our next big event is Homecoming.
- Our assembly will be October 23, our football game vs Hilltop will be on October 27, and the dance will be at The Natural History Museum on October 28.
- Tickets go on sale on September 15 for $65. Prices will go up on September 18. Click here for the permission slip. Students must print the permission slip and submit to the ASB. Printers are available in the library.
- Click here for Homecoming Royalty Guidelines. Clubs and sports will receive a Homecoming Royalty Google Form on September 15. More information will be distributed to advisors/coaches by Ms. Ruiz and to students at The Senate Meeting on September 14.
- Cross Country
- Girls Field Hockey
- Girls Flag Football
- Girls Golf
- Girls Tennis
- Girls Volleyball
- Boys Water Polo
- Sideline Cheer
- Those Seniors interested in running for Homecoming Royalty, please read this document.
- Ms. Ruiz needs ten seniors to help at each football game for fundraising. See her in the ASB if you would like to volunteer.
- Senior Pictures - Seniors go to mgportraits.com to make an appointment. You must make your appointment by September 22.
- Remember to stay off the non-privilege list by adhering to the Senior Contract. The signed Senior Contract is due to the ASB by September 1.
- Come see Ms. Ruiz in the ASB or go to the library to see if you are on the Debt List.
Senior Expectation Presentation (Senior Specific Information starts on Slide 30)
Advanced Placement Information
After School Program
Parent Center Information
Montgomery High is a Title I School. Title I is a federal program that provides extra funding to eligible schools to improve the academic achievement of students. All programs funded with Title I dollars must be used to enhance the school programs of the school. In order for schools to qualify for Title I, 35% or more of the students must be considered socioeconomically disadvantaged. The goals of a Title I Program include the following: increase student academic achievement, provide direct instructional support to students, develop professional development for teachers and to promote parent engagement and education. All Title I programs must be included in the school’s Site Plan for Student Achievement. This plan is developed and monitored by the School Site Council and English Language Advisory Committee. Please contact the Parent Center staff if you have any questions related to Title I.
Parent Center Staff
Carolina Betanco- Parent Center Resource Teacher
Minerva Weinberger- Community Relations Facilitator
Melissa Sanchez- Student Program Facilitator
Click here to access our Parent and Family Engagement Policy
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