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Referrals on the rise

Referrals on the rise

Ava Hunt, Staff Writer November 13, 2018

Will you be the next victim of receiving a referral? In the spring of 2018, clutter in the locker room prompted new rules to be put in place. Students seemed to rarely lock away their bags. Because...

Journey of a special needs student: Part 1

Journey of a special needs student: Part 1

Claire Chu, Managing Editor November 13, 2018

As students begin high school, new accommodations are available to individuals with disabilities. The most common are the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and 504 Plan, and there are many details...

The first rule of fight club: Dont talk about fight club

The first rule of fight club: Don’t talk about fight club

Jack Heenan, Staff Writer November 13, 2018

“Run!” Underground fighting and boxing groups have been spontaneously emerging week after week in the streets of San Ramon and Danville. Rendezvous points are posted online and students...

Over 15 veterans standing in front of the Monte Vista crowd. Many of the veterans have some association with Monte Vista.

MV Honors Our Nation’s Heroes

Anthony Santa Maria, News Editor October 12, 2018

The red, white, and blue were in full-swing as MV football honored our nation’s finest.     Over 15 veterans were in attendance and were honored at the Sept. 21 Monte Vista varsity football game...

Tragedy leads to new policies

Tragedy leads to new policies

Ava Hunt and Seta Salkhi October 12, 2018

    Student-athletes were not only emotionally challenged by this spring’s tragedy, but are now physically constrained as a result of the aquatic sports’ inconvenient practice schedule.     Last...

Bye, Bye BioTech

Cameron Ziegenfus, Staff Writer October 3, 2018

      One of Monte Vista’s most advanced classes has bid our school adieu.     BioTechnology was abruptly ended this school year due to an unexpected retirement by Linda Bandrowski...

National Anthem, interrupted

National Anthem, interrupted

Krista Cleary, Business Manager March 13, 2018

Though the Star Spangled Banner stayed through the bombs bursting in air, it didn’t stick with local California High School’s Associated Student Body (ASB). On January 19th, Cal High held their...

Black Student Union created Black History Month posters that were later ripped off the walls. The club continues to represent student diversity and advocate for student unity.

Students reject an act of diversity

Lauren Edelman, News Editor March 1, 2018

The posters were supposed to celebrate achievement. Hung at the beginning of lunch and less than one period later, ripped off the walls and not found. Nationwide, February is designated as Black History...

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

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. ...

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.

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...

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...

Community backlash leads to district change

Maddie Dailey and Lauren Walker January 13, 2018

    After various parent meetings, a petition, and student press conferences, the superintendent amended his set of plans for the future of students’ schedules.     Superintendent Rick Schmitt...

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