The Aztec Times

Oct. 6, 2017 Vol. 1

Welcome Back!

We hope you enjoy this first edition of our new biweekly staff, parent, and student newsletter.

Thank you,

MOH Admin

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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.

MOH Pre-service day, Oct. 2nd

Welcome New Aztec Staff to MOH

Parent Announcements

English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)

The ELAC is a committee for parents and/or community members who want to advocate for English Learners.The overall purpose of ELAC is to advise the School Leadership Team, school staff, and School Site Council on programs and services for English Learners and contribute to the development of the SPSA (Single Plan for Student Achievement).


If you would like to join our ELAC committee, please contact the Assistant Principal, Dr. Daniel Cohen at (619) 628-3800. You are welcome to attend all meetings throughout the year. No reservation required. Please see the ELAC Meeting Schedule below for meeting dates throughout the year.


Next ELAC meeting is scheduled for:

* Thurs. Oct. 19

* 5:00pm

* In the Parent Center (room 1223)

Free & Reduced-Priced Meals Application

Parents:

Reasons to complete and submit a Free & Reduced-Priced Meals application:


1. Free lunch

2. College application waivers

3. Test Waivers:

  • SAT – College Admission
  • ACT – College Admission
  • AP – Advanced Placement (College credit)
4. Students who take the SAT using a test fee waiver can receive four college application fee waivers.
5. Funds to expand our school programs

6. Funds to purchase educational supplies, materials, and technology equipment for our students and teachers


Please click here to complete the 2017-2018 Online Meal Application.

Please make sure to have your username and password for the Parent Portal on Infinite Campus. The online option allows you to complete the application process from the comfort of your home.

Applications are also available at the following location:

The Nutrition Services office:

1130 Fifth Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91911
Phone: (619) 691-5510

All applications completed at the office will be processed while you wait.

Office hours are: 7 am to 3:30 pm, M-F

Congratulations on your Retirement Mr. Orbie Mays

Orbie Mays was our beloved Plant Operation Supervisor (POS) for 17 years at MOH. He will be missed.
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Teaching & Learning

LCAP 1

Congratulations Ms. Petersen

The San Diego Science Educators Association (SDSEA) is a professional organization supporting all science educators. Their mission is to promote science literacy and advocate for science education by promoting professionalism, leadership, and community outreach.


They awarded one of our Aztec teachers (Ms. Lauren Petersen) for "Excellence in Science Education".

NMSI College Readiness Program (CRP)

NEW 2017 - 2018

Sweetwater Union HSD is in the process of receiving a three-year grant from the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) to dramatically increase student access to rigorous AP courses in the areas of English, Math, Science, and Computer Science.

  • Student Study Session: OCT. 28

Registration deadline is October 9th

[BVM, MOH, MVH & OLY] Registration link for students: https://www.smore.com/a80pc

Safe & Healthy Learning Environment

LCAP 2

Aztec Star Students

Students are recognized for their academic growth by their teachers.
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Parent & Community Engagement

LCAP 3

Aztec for a Day - Sept. 6, 2017

Parents are invited to join us in the morning for a continental breakfast and learn about the wonderful learning happening at MOH. After a presentation from our principal, parents break up into groups and complete walkthroughs (classroom observations). Than they debrief about what they saw and share their experience. After they are finished they get to observe their student's classes.

Jupiter Grades Help for Parents

Click the link below for a Jupiter "Student and Parent" video tutorial. The tutorial includes step-by-step instructions on how to view all classes, monitor student work, grades, and communicate with teachers.

https://youtu.be/YIyeth44Wqc

Athletic Department

FALL SPORTS

August - November

Girl’s Golf (Coach Maher)

stephanie.maher@sweetwaterschools.org

Boy’s Cross Country (Coach Tapia)

ricardo.tapia@sweetwaterschools.org

Girl’s Cross Country (Coach Petersen)

tracie.petersen@sweetwaterschools.org

Football (Coach Sanjevi Subbiah)

sanjevi.subbiah@sweetwaterschools.org

Girl’s Tennis (Coach Sergio Ponce )

sergio.ponce@sweetwaterschools.org

Girls’ Volleyball (Coach Catalan)

stormvolleyballclub@yahoo.com

Cheerleading (Coach Estrada)

maria.estrada@sweetwaterschools.org

Tutoring

MAGIC Center (Tutoring in the Library)

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Operation GRIT

Operation GRIT is a club AND a mentoring program at MOH. We match 11th and 12th grade mentors with 9th and 10th grade protégés. The one on one match ups meet after school 2-4 times a week for tutoring. Our goal is to help students with their academics, but also to make sure they know they have a community of peers that care about them. GRIT stands for Growth, Resilience, Integrity, and Tenacity which are the 4 pillars of our mission statement. KEEP IT GRITTY AZTECS!

After School Program (S.T.A.Y.)

The STEM Club

Advisor:

Lauren Petersen

lauren.petersen@sweetwaterschools.org

Scholars & Dragons Club

Scholars and Dragons is designed to promote proactive effort and decisions on behalf of our students, by encouraging them to succeed in academic, extracurricular and professional pursuits by giving them incentives in the game of Dungeons and Dragons. By completing what we call “Life Quests,” such as getting a paycheck from a job, having high grades, being in a membership position of a school organization, or writing a scholarship application, members of the club receive rewards in the game of D&D in the form of special items and/or experience points. Further, in playing D&D, members learn the value of teamwork, cooperation, problem-solving, and personal sacrifice for the greater good.


Mr. Fairbairn is the club advisor

(evan.fairbairn@sweetwaterschools.org)

MOH Social Science Club

This club includes students currently enrolled in the following courses: AP Human Geography, AP World History, AP US History or AP Government. It will encourage and provide an academic support network for all AP Social Science students. The club will organize group study sessions (mentors and tutors) in preparation for AP exams and college preparedness (SAT). The club will also develop a social history program to showcase the various cultural perspectives within the community that our Montgomery High serves.


Mr. Pia is the club advisor

(Manuel.Pia@sweetwaterschools.org)

Counseling Center

Counseling office:

619-628-3820

Counseling Secretary:

Eva Aguilar

Eva.Aguilar@sweetwaterschools.org

Registrar:

Jackie Ramirez

jacqueline.ramirezaguirre@sweetwaterschools.org

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Student Announcements

Saturday School

Saturday School begins promptly at 8:00 am and ends at 12:00 pm. Students who arrive late will not be allowed to attend. Students who are disruptive will be asked to leave and may subject themselves to disciplinary action. Please bring class work and leave all electronic devices that do not pertain to learning at home.

Thank you.

MOH Administration


The next Saturday Schools are scheduled for.....

* October 7 (no Saturday School)

* October 14

* October 21

* October 28