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Junior Olympics Torch Runners
Education Foundation presents Linda Fowler with a Teacher of the Month Award!
Congratulations Honorary Service Awards Winners!
On Friday, February 27th, the Mountain View-Simi PTAs honored the following people for their outstanding service to our Schools.
Dianne Csoto received an Outstanding Teacher Award.
Jenny Goldman received an Outstanding Administrator Award.
Bruce Hedin (not present) received an Honorary Service Award.
Rebecca Wilkinson, Tina Clarke, JoAnn Lamsus, Kelli May, Hope Tropper and Julie Killian received Very Special Person Awards.
Mountain View-Simi's own Garden Scarecrow
100th Day of School
On Monday, February 2nd, students participated in fun 100th Day Activities.
Circle of Friends
Click here to see the article about our group of friends in the Circle of Friends monthly.
ARCHERY PROGRAM HITS THE BULLSEYE!
Click here to see the Acorn Story about our Archery After School program.
Junior Olympics - GO TEAM!
Project Based Learning Day-Careers
On Thursday, March 12th the school held a Career Day, students learned about being Firefighters, SWAT police officers, Polynesian Dancer, meteorologist and actor. They did a rotation throughout the day watching demonstrations of all the possibilities.
Read Across America
We read, we ate and we wore our pajamas. Another successful night at the "Simi-View". Students, parents and staff wore their pajamas and enjoyed being read to by some special guests. Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!
Kids Science Safari
On Friday, February 20th, 2015 the students enjoyed a day filled with fun Science Activities. Students got to be a part of a bubble tower, dig for dinosaur remains in some sand, play with magnetism, a plasma ball and a gravity wall. These are just some of the stations they touched upon.
5th Grade Science Fair
On Friday, February 6th, the 5th graders displayed their science projects in the MPR for all the parents and judges to enjoy.
6th Grade Science Fair
On Tuesday, February 3rd, the 6th Grade Students displayed all the hard work they put into their Science Projects in the MPR.
School starts at 8:00 a.m. Your child is considered tardy after 8:00 a.m., and your child must stop in the office and get a tardy slip.
If your child is absent, you must call the office and clear this absence. If an absence is not cleared within 5 days, it will automatically convert into a truancy. Do not forget to call the office or leave a message on the attendance hotline (805) 520-6775 and press 1. Please state your child's name, their teacher, the date, the reason for the absence and your name and your relation to the student.
Students are considered excused only for the following reasons:
Pennies for Patients
Pennies for Patients, runs April 13th through April 27, 2015. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Donations from Pennies for Patients help families of patients pay for medicines, and the doctor or other treatment-related expenses, in addition to help funding research focused on finding a cure.
It's time to Enroll your Kindergarteners and new students for the 2015-2016 School Year!
Technology is integrated into instruction, enhancing delivery of Common Core State Standards and promoting student collaboration and critical thinking skills. We have interactive Smart Boards in every classroom, a computer lab, an iPad Pilot program, an ASUS pilot class and two carts of Chromebooks. Project Based Learning Celebration Days such as the Candy Bar Election, Animal Care, Women in History, Ability Awareness, Pi Day and Heart-to-Heart Week give students hands-on learning opportunities. All students participate in our weekly Music Program and an Art Program. We offer Circle of Friends, Social Club, Library Enrichment, Literacy Intervention and Language Intervention, as appropriate. After School Programs include Homework Club, Math Enrichment and Math Intervention, and a Sign Club. Extracurricular After School Enrichment Programs are offered throughout the year. Archery was a big hit in the fall! We have Robotics in the winter and Sky High Dance arrives this spring.
Come Check Out The View!
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SVUSD does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic group, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color or disability in any program or activity.