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School Announcements
President's Day Holiday
There will be no school on Monday, February 15, 2016 in honor of President Washington's Birthday.  Have a great 3-day weekend!
 
STEM Exploration at Valley College


Sixth and seventh grade girls had an amazing STEM field trip to Valley College! on Friday, February 5. They participated in three different hands-on activities including coding and creating their own Star Wars game, learning about binary numbers, and learning more about themselves through career exploration.  Thank you to the Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio who generously sponsored this amazing field trip for our students.

 

Registration Forms are available in Mesa View's main office.
Early Registration Ends on Tuesday, February 16th.

Click here to download and print a Registration Form.
For Online Registration click on this link:
https://my.racewire.com/event/3190

 
Winter Student/Athlete of the Year

    The Winter Student/Athlete of the Year is Bradley H.  Bradley is currently on our Boy's Basketball team, plays on the Riverside Titans baseball travel ball team, a CJSF member, and is the ASB 8th Grade Treasurer. In his spare time he maintains an A+ in four of his six classes, the other two classes are A's. You can usually find Bradley doing something to make Mesa View a better school for all of us.  Congratulations and keep up the good work!

 
AVID Senior Shadow Day



On Tuesday, February 2, 8th grade AVID students spent the day attending classes with AVID Seniors at Yucaipa High School, before hearing presentations on high school AVID, A-G requirements, athletics, high school clubs, SATs and ACTs, Cornell Notes, the AVID Junior trip, and a host of other topics. The AVID Senior Shadow day helps prepare students for the transition from middle school to high school.
 
"Spotlight on the Classroom"


STEM CHALLENGE:
Ms. Seaburg’s
7th grade Science Class competed in groups on January 6, 2016, to build an apparatus that could move tomatoes up and down a mountain without squashing them. plan out a model to build. Kelsey C., Charlize W. and Akela C. modify their tomato carrier after their initial test run.