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Daily Announcements
MVP ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR TUESDAY
December 12, 2017
KINDNESS QUOTE FOR THE DAY:
“OUR DAYS ARE HAPPIER WHEN WE GIVE PEOPLE A PIECE OF OUR HEART RATHER THAN A PIECE OF OUR MIND”
—Unknown
NO BIRTHDAYS TODAY
Congratulations to MVP Robotics Team finishing in 18 / 34 teams at the Qualifying meet in Flagstaff. There is no Robotics this week. We will be holding our END OF SEASON PARTY on December 19th. More information to follow.
YEARBOOK will meet this Thursday after school in Mrs. Zienka's room: 2:30/3:15 - 4:30pm. See you there!
TODAY’S UV INDEX IS 3 = MODERATE. Take precautions if you will be outside, such as wearing a hat and sunglasses and using sunscreen SPF 30+. Reduce your exposure to the sun's most intense UV radiation by seeking shade during midday hours.
GOOD LUCK TO BOYS & GIRLS BASKETBALL, HOME against Oak Creek, 4pm.
CHOIR PRACTICE (optional), Grades 3-5, Thursdays, 2:30-3:15pm.
INTERACT CLUB, Tuesdays, 11am
JR FLL ROBOTICS CLUB, Mondays, Room 402, 2:30-3:15pm
ROBOTICS CLUB, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:15-5pm
STUDENT COUNCIL, Thursdays, 11am
Preparing Students for Tomorrow’s World…..
Pledge of Allegiance ……Moment of silence…
Supply Lists
Mission Statement
Mountain View Preparatory strives to provide a challenging and academically innovative learning environment where students are encouraged to become critical thinkers who inquisitively examine the world around them.

Our dedicated staff meets individual student needs through product evaluation, rigorous instruction, high expectations, and real-world concept applications aligned with Arizona College and Career Ready Standards, by using thematic lessons which broaden the horizons of our students, families, and community.

Mountain View Preparatory promotes international-mindedness while nurturing the development of individual strengths and gifts, so that our students and staff continue to grow as empowered, contributing citizens and leaders of local, national, and global communities.

MVP Students Take Action

3 months ago

MVP students were concerned about the victims of Hurricane Harvey. They researched the situation and decided to host a supplies drive. Once all the supplies were gathered, Mrs. Melendez's husband drove the supplies to Texas.

By Kathy Epperson

College Wednesdays

7 months ago


College Wednesday

Our reading theme this year is "Read to Succeed" with a focus on college readiness. Students are to adopt a college or university for their classroom this year. They will research facts about their college as well as their school song and mascot. To go along with our theme, Wednesday will be college day. All staff and students are encouraged (not required) to wear college t-shirts with sleeves each Wednesday.

Athletics

3 months ago

Fall Sports

Golf Schedule

Football Schedule @ CMS

Cheerleading @ CMS

Volleyball Schedule @ CMS

Cross Country @CMS






Winter Sports


Wrestling Schedule @MUHS

Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball




Spring Sports


Baseball Schedule @ CMS

Softball Schedule @ CMS

Soccer Schedule

Track @ CMS


Schoolwide Plan for Advancement
Emergency Closing & Adverse Weather Conditions
In the event of a closing prior to school hours or an adverse weather day, radio station KVRD-105.7 FM or KYBC-1600 AM will make any announcement concerning an emergency closing. Such announcements will be made between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m.

If adverse weather or an Emergency closing occurs during school hours, every effort will be made to contact all parents by phone using the automated School Messenger System It is important that the school be given emergency phone numbers as well as the home phone number.

5th Grade Exhibition

7 months ago

During the final year of the Primary Years Program, MVP fifth graders participate in the PYP Exhibition. Students exhibit the attitudes of the IB Learner Profile as they carry out an extensive, collaborative inquiry into real-life problems. The process allows for teachers to authentically assess student understanding. In this photo, Adhir Padilla, Benji Cook, and Gavin Clark interview Chief Eisenga about police brutality. All fifth grade students will undertake an action project within the local or global community. Some students are collecting blankets for the homeless, selling otter pops to raise money for endangered animals, and some have volunteered at a local no-kill animal shelter.

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