Wolf Pack Weekly
December 4, 2020
PSAT to be Offered to Juniors
The test fee is $17, and interested students should sign up through the webstore.
Learning Model Selections and Master Schedule for Spring Term
Yearbooks are on Sale Now
Yearbook Flash Sale is on now through Jan 29! Early-bird discount pricing, usually available only during the first month of school, has been extended through the end of January. The yearbook staff is working hard to produce a book that captures the unique events of this history-making year so that one day, we can all look back on it and say "Hey! I survived that!"
Purchase your yearbook for $95 online by going to jostensyearbook.com. Don't delay . . . prices go up after Jan 29.
To keep up with yearbook deadlines, special offers, and reporting events, follow us on Instagram @mvhs.ybk
Athletics Update: Season 1 Postponed
The San Diego CIF section also released this statement regarding the postponement.
Our Athletic Director will continue to work with all MVHS coaches regarding implications and next steps for our athletics programs in light of these updates.
VUSD Equity and Anti-Racism Community Forum
COVID-19 Testing Center Now Open in Vista - Please Do Your Part and Get Tested
The new COVID-19 testing center in Vista is open now! The center is housed at the Linda Rhoades Recreation Center located at 600 North Santa Fe Avenue. The center is open seven days a week from 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. with no appointment necessary.
Every member of our community has the power to make a difference in combating the virus. You can wear a mask, wash your hands often, keep surfaces clean, stay safely apart, and get tested for COVID-19 periodically. Our community is already making an impact with the opening of the COVID-19 Testing Center located at the Linda Rhoades Recreation Center. The center is now averaging over 500 members of the community getting tested every day. Our goal is to get that number up to 800 tests per day. Check out the brief video below, and join us in keeping our community safe: test, trace, isolate, and treat.
Supporting the Social-emotional Needs of our Students
Complete this form to refer any student to our Counseling Department for additional social-emotional support.
Please visit this link for the social-emotional resources for students and families, including "Basic Need" (i.e., food resources) provided through Vista Teen Outreach
Please visit this link for the social-emotional resources available district-wide for students and families.
Join us for a schoolwide Among Us game!
Hope to see you there!
Virtual Pep Rally is in the Works
Click here to schedule a virtual meeting with a counselor.
Lastest Version of "Kickin' it with Your Counselors"
Check out the Counseling YouTube channel for important information about wellness, college and career, and academic planning.
Important Information for Juniors: Cal-Grants
In order to be considered for a Cal-Grant (student aid for college), California public high schools and charter schools are required to submit a high school Grade Point Average (GPA) to the California Student Aid Commission by October 1 for all graduating seniors, unless the student or parent has opted out. California Education Code section 69432.9 requires the school district or charter school, to notify all grade 11 pupils and their parent/guardian (if under the age of 18), in writing and no later than January 1 of a pupil’s grade 11 academic year, that the pupil will be deemed a Cal Grant applicant unless the pupil has opted out prior to the date below (as specified by the high school). Students who do not opt-out will have their GPA submitted to the Commission to be considered for a Cal Grant award.
Students who choose to opt-out must complete the form (linked below) and turn in into the MVHS Counseling Office by February 26, 2021.
Opt-Out Form Submission Deadline - February 26, 2021
GPA Submission Date to California School Aid Commission - September 27, 2021
GPA Submission Deadline - Oct 1st, 2021
Interested in joining PTSA? Click this button for details and information
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.
This website is designed to provide up-to-date resources and videos, a platform to communicate with our support team and get connected to others, to learn new skills and tips for your family, and have fun with us as we all continue to grow and learn
Our "Why" - Vision, Mission, and Values
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.