The Stampede

  • Danville Library opens new teen space
  • MV students receive Town of Danville awards
  • CHP enforces safety in SRVUSD
  • Low funds are affecting class sizes
  • A club that embraces culture
  • Danville Library opens new teen space

    Danville Library opens new teen space

    Lauren Edelman, News Editor

    January 31, 2018

        Cheerful members of the community surrounded the new and modern orange seating as four students cut a gold ribbon, officially introducing the opening the new teen space at the Danville Library.     On Dec. 12, the Danville Library held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly remodeled “Tee...

    Teen Advisory Board members and Town Council members cut the ribbon officially opening the new Teen Zone at the Danville Library.

  • MV students receive Town of Danville awards

    MV students receive Town of Danville awards

    Krista Cleary, Business Manager

    January 31, 2018

       In early December, a few of our very own Monte Vista students were recognized by the Town for the hard work they put into making Danville a better place throughout their lives.     Seniors Lauren Edelman, Brady Martin, and Katie Wong all received awards. Edelman and Wong both received the...

    Monte Vista seniors Lauren Edelman and Katie Wong accept an Award of Merit for their extensive dedication in making Danville a better community. Brady Martin, also a Monte Vista senior, received an award the same night for his involvement in the Monte Vista community.

  • CHP enforces safety in SRVUSD

    CHP enforces safety in SRVUSD

    Claire Chu, Online, CC Spin, PR/Communications Editor

    January 31, 2018

        With the ongoing teen driving accidents on and off school campuses, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) has decided to implement a new system for students who wish to obtain an on-campus parking permit to emphasize driving safety.     SRVUSD has partnered Street Smarts ...

  • Low funds are affecting class sizes

    Low funds are affecting class sizes

    Claire Chu, Online. CC Spin, PR/Communications Editor

    October 5, 2017

        With over 2,450 students at Monte Vista this year, classes are increasing in size due to the district’s restricted funding.     San Ramon Valley Unified School District’s (SRVUSD) class funding policy follows the 28-to-1 student-to-teacher ratio. SRVUSD only funds sections that ...

    Caption: In an Honors Chemistry class, sophomore Sabeel Abboushi sits at a lab table while all the other students sit at a student desk due to a large class. She discovered the challenge of learning at this seat for the first weeks of school. (Courtesy of Claire Chu)

  • A club that embraces culture

    A club that embraces culture

    May 4, 2017

        There are so many different cultures in the world and everybody has their own culture that they embrace, that is the opportunity that Monte Vista’s Persian Club has to offer.     The Persian Club was new to Monte Vista this year and it made its presence known since the club fair as Persian m...

    Various members of the Persian club gather for group a photo following their soccer game played during lunch at the horseshoe.

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