Mountain View High School

2020-21 Thunder Information

Address: 1500 SE Blairmont Drive, Vancouver, WA, 98683
Office Hours: 7:30 am-4:00 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) 604-6102Attendance Hotline: (360) 604-6120 | Attendance Email: attendance_mountainview@evergreenps.org
Principal: Matt Johnson | Associate Principals: Charles Anthony, Sheri Walker & Rashonda Waters-Smith

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ATTENDANCE INFORMATION: Although the school day may look different, reporting student absences has not changed. If your student is absent, please call the Attendance Line at 360-604-6120 or send an email to the Attendance Email at: attendance_mountainview@evergreenps.org . Just a reminder, all students MUST log into ClassLink once every school day in order to be marked present for the day. If you have any questions, please call our Attendance Office at 360-604-6120. Our Attendance Secretary, Dana Perry, will be happy to answer your questions.

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Important MVHS Announcements:

-SENIOR SHIRT PICK UP: TUESDAY 9/22 5:00-7:00 pm in front of the school. Please wear a mask.

-School Pictures are THIS WEEK!

September 21-23 Dorian Studios will be on campus. See grade level schedule and the order button below.

-Did you miss the New Student Orientation?

No worries! Click here for the full presentation :)

-The 2019-20 yearbooks are here!

If you missed out on ordering, you can still order the yearbook. See the order button below to buy your 2019-20 yearbooks today! Call the office at 360-604-6100 if you have any yearbook questions. Ask for Courtney Wong.

-Did you get our recent school emails?

Click here for the 08/26 communication. Click here for the 08/20 Thunder News email. Click here for the 09/01/20 email about Textbook Distribution. Click here for the Back to School Assembly Video. Click here for the 'Getting Ready for the First Day of School video.'

MVHS Counseling Newsletters:

09/09/20 Newsletter

MVHS Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

Click above for our Twitter site!

Click on the logo to get into our Instagram page!

Thunder Calendar & School News

Do you need internet?

Did you know that we have a new school being built on our campus?

Click here for the construction webcam

(Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the amazing architectural renderings from LSW Architects)

Exterior Images of our future school

Floor plans

Exterior campus walkways

Interior corridor walkways

From Wikipedia- Opened in 1981, Mountain View was the second high school built in the Evergreen Public Schools after Evergreen High School and followed by Heritage High School and Union High School. The four high schools share one football stadium, McKenzie Stadium, which is located adjacent to Evergreen High School.. Mountain View High School offers a comprehensive curriculum that includes a wide variety of courses, including: career and technical education, English, fine arts, foreign languages, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies, special education, and performing arts.
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

Our Thunder Family Album

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