Address: 1500 SE Blairmont Drive, Vancouver, WA, 98683
Office Hours: 9:00 am-3:00 pm | School Hours: 8:40 am-3:10 pm
Early Release School Hours: 8:40 am-12:50 pm
Phone: (360) 604-6100 | Fax: (360) 604-6102
Attendance Hotline: (360) 604-6120 | Attendance Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Principal: Matt Johnson | Associate Principals: Charles Anthony, Sheri Walker & Rashonda Waters-Smith
Important MVHS Announcements:
-We want to hear from you! Have you completed your Hybrid Learning Survey?
You still have time to complete the survey!
As indicated in Superintendent Merlino’s email this past Thursday, planning is underway for a transition from Remote 2.0 to Hybrid. Though the move to Hybrid is not imminent given the COVID metrics of Clark County, we have still been asked to make preparations for this new learning model.
This survey has been sent out to all EPS families to declare their intent to remain in remote or move into hybrid. The survey includes details about the key features of both learning models and also indicate that, regardless of choice, there is no guarantee that students will stay with their current teachers or in their same class groupings. Before we can begin to build our new schedule, EPS high schools must first know which students will remain in remote or move into hybrid.
Though the date to bring students back on campus with Hybrid is undefined, we are aiming for the beginning of 2nd semester (February 1st) for the new schedule to be implemented. Regardless of when the shift from Remote 2.0 to Hybrid took place, it was going to alter schedules.
Below you will find the Hybrid Learning Survey in English, Spanish, and Russian. If you have not already, please complete the survey as soon as possible. In addition, we have included for your review a document that outlines the two models, some safety considerations and anticipated questions you might have regarding the models.
-NEW Daily Wellness Covid-19 Attestation:
As we begin to welcome back students on campus in small groups, it is a requirement that the Daily Student and Visitor Wellness Attestation to be completed daily and prior to the student entering the Mountain View campus. Covid-19 symptoms include: Fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle aches, sore throat, loss of sense of taste or smell, nausea or vomiting and diarrhea. If you have any of the symptoms above, we ask that you stay home. Thank you.
To make it easy, you can bookmark the survey link - https://forms.gle/EKXavsPaNCBtWAWDA or click onto the QR code below. For more information about the Evergreen Public School's Daily Health Attestation Survey, click here or go to https://sites.google.com/evergreenps.org/attestation-information-survey.
In a hurry? Use the Daily Attestation QR Code!
To save you time, you can also use the QR code (or Quick Response Code) to get to the Google Form survey.
To open the survey, push the camera button on your phone or tablet and center the QR code within the yellow square on the screen. A message will appear on your phone/tablet to Open “forms.gle ” in Safari (iPhone) or your default browser. Click on the message to open the survey.
Thanksgiving is a great time to let you all know we miss you and we are very thankful for all you do: students, teachers, staff and administrators at MVHS
Do you need a copy of your official transcript? To request one, fill out this form and send it to the address shown on the form. Or, click on the Transcript Request button above. If you have any questions, call the MVHS Counseling Center at 360-604-6130.
Class of 2021 Seniors and Parents!
*****11/12/20- NEW INFO: Attention Mountain View Seniors! *****
If you haven’t placed your Graduation order yet, make sure you do it now!
Royal-T is coming back on December 4th with your Early Delivery Items!
Place your order before November 29th so that you can pick up your items and pay our lowest prices of the season!
Delivery of all Early Delivery Items will be in the parking lot of McKenzie Stadium on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4th from 2:00pm – 4:00pm.
This will be our final delivery until after the new year, so do your best to mark your calendars now and find a way to have someone pick up your early delivery items! Caps and gowns, as well as all paper products are delivered in the Spring.
CLICK HERE for a link directly to your Senior Meeting!
CLICK HERE to place your order!
Why order now?
LOWEST PRICES – Receive bulk discounts by ordering with the rest of the Class of 2021. Only $60.00 down payment required to place your order.
EARLY DELIVERY – All of the items that you want now will be delivered right away (see image below).
Graduation Product Timeline for Mountain View High School
NOW – November 29th – Extended ordering window.
December 4th – Distribution at McKenzie Stadium of all Early Delivery Items. 2-4pm.
March 1st – Final payment due.
April – Delivery of Graduation Announcements and Cap & Gown.
Do not hesitate to reach out to us at Royal-T / Herff Jones anytime for assistance at 360-254-7870 or through email at email@example.com. CLICK HERE to place your order today!!!
SENIOR CALENDAR OF EVENTS: We have created a MVHS Calendar of Events for your 2021 graduation. When you are ready to order your cap & gown and/or class ring, here is the link to our graduation supplier Herff Jones.
PARENTS OF SENIORS: Please click here to access to our Class of 2021 Virtual Parent Meeting. You will find valuable information from our counseling department, graduation requirements, important dates, and senior parent booster information. GO THUNDER!
Free Meals Extended Through School Year
The USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) that we are currently operating to feed our students and community children has been extended for the entire school year. Children will continue to receive free meals for all seven days of the week through the last day of school. The serving schedule remains as is until further notice. Refer to the Child Nutrition Services page on the district website for further information.
2019-20SY 30 Day Grace Period Extended Until Further Notice
The 30 Day Grace Period for 2019-20 free/reduced-price eligibility was set to expire tonight. A communication from USDA this afternoon has paused that expiration until further notice. OSPI-CNS is working to get answers for next steps and downstream impacts. Even though we are serving meals free to all children currently with SFSP, many programs still utilize our NSLP/SBP Free/Reduced-price eligibility data. By operating the SFSP, fewer people are submitting free/reduced-priced benefit applications and therefore sparking a lot of discussion around implications. This decision is in response to those related concerns. We are still being told to encourage households to apply for 2020-21 free/reduced-price benefits.
Click here for information on our Free & Reduced Meal Program and applications in English, Spanish, and Russian.
Have you been by the campus lately? We've made progress on our future school!!
Click here for the construction webcam with a time lapse feature
-Envision Evergreen: Watch Mountain View High School's Groundbreaking Ceremony!
Exterior Images of our future school
Exterior campus walkways
Interior corridor walkways
Along with its own students, Mountain View has also introduced and promoted several activities that are designed to help incoming students become successful in their later lives. A well-known example of this is the Thunder Success Academy, or TSA, which has two branches of older students, Thunder Crew, the general workers during the school year, and Thunder Mentors, who not only participate in Thunder Crew, but also attend a summer camp with the freshmen.
TSA has been so successful that other schools in Washington have modeled their own programs after it, in order to make their students feel responsible for each other, though some students just take the program for the .5 credit awarded to each student who takes TSA. TSA has expanded annually to take in several hundred freshmen every year, and introduce many students who have moved into the area to their new environs.TSA talks about caring for every student and also is a chance for students to plan out their future goals.
Mandy's Pantry is a food security program at Mountain View High School that opened in 2012. It was named in honor of a Mountain View Graduate, Mandy Lathim who died in a traffic accident. The pantry is one of the food pantries connected to the Evergreen school district's pantry project. The Pantry Project's mission statement is "To ensure that a students learning and development are not impaired by their lack of nutritious food." The Mandy's Pantry Project is sustained entirely by donations from the community. The pantry's main community partner is SHARE of Vancouver WA and are also supported by many grocery stores, restaurants, businesses and churches in the area