Week at a Glance

September 12 - September 16

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/

Message from the Principal - Mr. Zumstein

Greetings Aztecs!

Hopefully you have received and reviewed our Tardy Intervention Plan. We will hold tardy sweeps throughout this week. Administration and teachers will be outside encouraging students to get to class on time. We hope that parents can support our "Be on time, all of the time!" movement. Together, we can ensure our students understand the importance of being prompt and ready to learn.

We wish everyone a wonderful week as we head towards our fall break.

We are Aztecs!

Important Dates for the Next Two Weeks

Monday, September 12 - WAHUPA Presentation

Tuesday, September 13 - 8:30am Blood Drive in the Original Gym, 10:45am UTI Admission Presentation, 3:30pm Girl's Tennis vs Bonita Vista at MOH and Girl's Volleyball vs Grossmont at MOH New Gym

Wednesday, September 14 - College Gear Day, 5:30pm Freshmen/Sophomore Informational Night in the library

Thursday, September 15 - First Day of Hispanic Heritage Month, 3:30pm Girl's Tennis vs Eastlake at Eastlake and Girl's Volleyball vs San Ysidro at MOH New Gym

Friday, September 16 - Early Release, 4pm JV Football vs Mission Bay at MOH Stadium, 5pm Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration at Aztec Plaza, 7pm Varsity Football Senior Night vs Mission Bay at MOH Stadium

Fall Break - September 19 - September 30

Students Return - Tuesday, October 4

Monday, October 3 - No School, Teacher Work Day

Tuesday, October 4 - Students Return, 3:30pm Girls Volleyball vs Southwest at New Gym

Wednesday, October 5 - College Gear Day, Lunch College App Workshop in Lap 201

Thursday, October 6 - 3:30pm Girls Volleyball vs Hilltop at New Gym, 4pm JV Football vs Eastlake at MOH Stadium, 5:30pm Freshmen/Sophomore Information Night in the Library

Friday, October 7- Early Release, WAHUPA Presentation, 1:43pm FAFSA Workshop, 7pm Varsity Football vs Eastlake - Breast Cancer Game at MOH Stadium

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From the ASB

  • We will have new spirit gear available in the school store. Come to the ASB so you can show your Aztec Spirit.

  • It's not too late to purchase an ASB card for $40. Students get into all home football games (except Homecoming), all league basketball games, and all four First Friday Events.

  • On September 13, we will hold our first of three blood drives. If you are 16 or older, you are allowed to donate blood. Students who are 16 must complete a parent consent form. Use this link to sign up. All students who donate will also receive three hours of community service.

Parent Consent Form - English

Parent Consent Form - Spanish

Follow on Instagram @asbmoh

Aztecs Support Breast Cancer Month

Senior Section

  • Visit mgpotraits.com to schedule your Senior Portraits. The deadline to make your appointment is September 16.

  • Senior Contract is due September 16. Submit your signed Senior Contracts to the ASB.

  • Senior Compact for Success Flyer

  • Please use the link below to access the MOH Scholarship Bulletin. Take advantage of free money that can help you pay for tuition, books, cost of living. We have added more scholarship opportunities, so check them out. bit.ly/3BZ0xM7

Senior Sunrise Event from September 9

Household Verification Forms

Aztecs! We need your Household Verification forms!!! All students will receive free nutrition services this school year, however these forms are very important! Household Verification forms help generate additional funds for the school for intervention programs, instructional supplies, online education software and reduced AP testing fees! We encourage all families to complete the form and turn it in to Ms. Sanchez in the library!!! Please click on the forms below to see just how easy it is to complete! If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Walkup. If you need a paper form, stop by the library to see Ms. Sanchez.

Assistant Principal Information

AP Support

  • Important information was shared by your AP's regarding what to do if you are experiencing bullying or harassment. Please click on this presentation link for further information.

  • If you are experiencing bullying or harassment by a member of our Aztec community, please reach out to any MOH staff member to report it right away. You can also report it immediately to your AP.

AP Contact Information

Ruben.Baeza@sweetwaterschools.org (A-F)

Teresa.Walkup@sweetwaterschools.org (N-Z)

Ulisses.Hernandez@sweetwaterschools.org (G-M)

Valerie.Ruiz@sweetwaterschools.org (ASB)

New Tardy Intervention Plan- Be On Time, All The Time

This message is to inform you about our plan to address the issue of class tardiness. In July, our Assistant Principals presented to students what it means to be an Aztec. Our motto is "We are Aztecs!" One of the expectations of being an Aztec is to "Be on time, all the time!"

Beginning Monday, September 12, we will implement an Aztec Tardy Intervention Plan that will run for the entire week. Administrators will assign progressive interventions to tardy students during random periods each day. The interventions may take place during lunch, after school and on Saturday, September 17.

Chronically tardy students put their academic success at risk and disrupt the learning environment for others. Being on time shows respect for self, peers, the teacher and being an Aztec. "Be on time, all the time!", is the first step in being ready to learn.

Students, as Aztecs, we expect you to get to class on time and ready to learn by the time the tardy bell rings. Parents, we ask that you team up with us and discuss with your children the expectation of being on time. As a Montgomery community let us work together to communicate the importance of being on time. “We are Aztecs!”

Attendance Information

Students can clear absences and tardies by attending Saturday School. Students are placed on the non-privilege list when they have eight full day absences or eleven tardies. The non-privilege list prevents students from attending events like Homecoming or Grad Nite.

Saturday School Guidelines

Be on time. Gates close/no entry after 8:00 am

Bring work or laptop. No phones should be used during Saturday School.

Students are not allowed to leave campus during the break (i.e. to go off campus for food, coffee, etc.)

Saturday School - Semester 1 Dates

September 17

October 8

October 15

October 22

October 29

November 5

November 19

December 3

December 10

School Site Council Meeting Announcement

School Site Council committee will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, September 14th at 3:45pm. The meeting is open to the public. Elected members are permitted to vote on agenda items.

Please click on the link below for the meeting agenda.

Parent Meeting Announcement

Mr. Zumstein will hold a parent meeting on Zoom for all parents. Please see below for details. Date: 9/14

Time: 10am

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 883 9073 6353

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Counselor Corner

  • Please see the link below to register for upcoming presentations by college admissions representatives that will be visiting MOH and presenting on different days and during different periods throughout the next few months. This list will continue to grow, so please check back!

    Link to Register: tinyurl.com/26nj3fha

  • See communications and websites below for information, updates, and resources!

Counselor Request Form

Please complete the Counselor Request Form if you would like to speak with your counselor!

S.T.A.Y & After School Events

September Stay Calendar

The Fitness Center will be opening Mon-Fri. from 7:15-8:15 AM in the original gym, so if you need to wake up before your first class, then that is the place to be. Lift weights or get on a treadmill to get your blood flowing and body in shape.

Ballet Folklorico meet in front of the Game Room right after school. Don't forget to first pick up your supper in front of the cafeteria.

If you're interested in joining the BBQ Club and you haven't taken the food handler's test, please plan on taking it in room 208 tomorrow during lunch.

Drivers Ed is back and if you're interested, you need to sign-up. Please open and look at the calendar for more information.

Travel Club meets Tuesday at 3:45pm in Room 1511

COVID Updates and Resources


  • If your student test positive for COVID 19, please keep them at home and contact the main office at 619-628-3800.

  • If your student has COVID 19 symptoms please have them test twice (once every 12 hours) if negative they can return to school showing proof of the negative test.

  • Athletes, students who participate in extracurricular, and VAPA must submit their COVID Test by Tuesday at 5pm to the district Google Form. Do not forget to write your first name, last name, and date in sharpie on your Covid Test for it to be accepted by the district nurse. Please use the QR Code in the flyer to the left to submit your results.


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MOH Parent and Family Engagement Policy

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MOH School Parent Compact

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Student Handbook

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