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Check out DCSD’s upcoming Nutrition Open House and the associated student Art Contest October 3rd.
|Taste of DCSD – Open House||Student Food Art Contest|
Homecoming week is Monday, September 16th through Friday, September 20th. Please read the following information regarding wristbands, events, guests, and venue specifics (Coors Field!).
Dear Mountain Vista High School Parents:
The Mountain Vista School Accountability Committee (SAC) has three (3) expiring two-year positions beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, which must be filled by election. This is a unique opportunity for parents to participate in an advisory role with the principal. The SAC typically meets on the second Thursday of each month, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. with the first meeting on September 12th. Interested parents will need to complete the Self-Nomination Form to have their name added to the SAC Election Ballot.
Tuesday 8/27 from 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
This is the 15th Annual Future Planning Night! The focus is College Planning: preparing, planning and applying for college, Military Academies, NCAA and scholarships. The evening will begin with a brief group meeting in the Auditorium followed by break-out sessions in classrooms. Participants will be able to choose 3 breakout sessions to attend out of several options.
Let’s Go Eagles!
Mountain Vista High School Summer Office Hours
Due to construction projects, the office will be located in the L400’s. These doors are locked — please enter through west parking lot.
Monday-Wednesday: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Closed Thursdays and Fridays beginning May 31.
Office will be closed from June 17-July 12.
The online check-in window will open July 18 and run through August 1. The online check-in and fees must be completed and paid by August 1.
Students in the English Honors/AP/ACC Program next school year can order their required texts directly from Tattered Cover beginning May 17, 2019.
In honors, advanced placement and ACC concurrent enrollment courses are expected to annotate the texts as they read; therefore, it is important to acquire the CORRECT ISBN/version of the literature so that ALL students are reading and discussing the same version/edition of each title.
Purchasing the literature from Tattered Cover during the book fair helps raise money for the English Department.
Books can be purchased individually or in “bundles” containing all books for the class. Books and bundles can be purchased ONLINE HERE or in person beginning Friday, May 17 at Tattered Cover Aspen Grove. Students also may pick up an order form from their current English teacher.
Booster Club is now selling Vista gear to raise money for college scholarships. It’s an easy way to buy items for friends, family, teachers and soon-to-be grads. Ten percent of all purchases will be donated! Shop now!