Wolf Pack Weekly

February 19, 2021

Status of Classic Learning

  • Last evening, the VUSD School Board met to discuss reopening plans at the high school level. Ultimately, the Board decided to adopt a two-pronged approach to returning Classic students, beginning on March 8th. Below are preliminary details; more will be shared as we get closer to the 8th.


    Option A: All Classic students back on campus, five days per week


    • All Classic students on campus every day for in-person learning
    • Contingent upon County being in the Orange Tier & approval from state and local health officials.


    Option B: All Classic students on campus one day per week. This option would be exercised if we are not in the Orange Tier by March 8th and/or do not have approval from the health officials for Option A.

    • Students will be split into two groups, based on the alphabetical order of their last name.
    • All students will attend classes virtually three days per week (i.e., Monday, Thursday, Friday).
    • Students in group A will be on campus for in-person instruction on Tuesday; students in group B will learn asynchronously on Tuesday.
    • Students in group B will be on campus for in-person instruction on Wednesday; students in group A will learn asynchronously on Wednesday.


    This information is preliminary, and as more details are sorted out, I will share with our community.



Academic Planning Sessions Were Held this Week


The Counseling Department hosted a series of webinars for grades 9, 10, and 11 that focused entirely on academic plans and course selections for the 2021-2022 school year.


Resources, as well as recordings from each webinar can be found on the Academic Planning webpage.


The deadline to update the academic plan and submit courses selections for the 2021-2022 school year is February 25th.

The Spring term represents a clean slate and new opportunity for success. For students who need some help along the way, we recommend the following resources:


Academic Support:

  • Attend class every day, with camera on
  • Take advantage of teacher support during the class period -- this means speaking up via microphone, a chat message to the teacher, or via email.
  • Make an appointment during office hours. All teachers are available from 2:30-3:00 Mon.-Fri.


Social-Emotional Support:

  • Find low-risk ways to "speak up" and get support by visiting our Social-Emotional webpage
  • Reach out to a trusted adult on campus (teacher, counselor, administrator, staff member). We care about you, and we all know how to point you in the right direction
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This Week's ASB Announcements

ASB Wolfpack Update for 2.16.2021
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Academic Planning Webinar (Information for Parents)

Parents: Please feel free to join us for webinar about the academic planning process as well as course selections for the 2021-2022 school year.

Academic Planning Webpage

All resources that our Counselors shared with current 9th, 10th, and 11th-grade students for academic planning purposes can be found on the Academic Planning webpage.


Recordings from each day are also available on the webpage.

Need to Schedule an Appt. with your Counselor?

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

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Digital DoughNUTS!

MVHS PTSA, continuing to stay cautious and keeping others in mind, are here with a super safe fundraiser! From the comfort of your home, you can click to receive or donate a digital dozen at $10 a dz. Go to our website: www.missionvistaptsa.com and click on 'Special Events and Flyers' tab for more info. You will be offered options regarding your digital dozen purchase. Thank you in advance for your consideration and as always your support!
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.

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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.

Final grades for the Fall term will be viewable in the Portal on Thursday, January 28th. Please see this video for any assistance in finding and viewing final grades for the term.