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Education Code to Recognize LGBTQ and Disabled Community

Isabella Ordaz, Business Manager

December 18, 2013

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The passage of the FAIR Education Act and Assembly Bill 1266 are indicators of our progress as an accepting Californian society. Both laws work to represent the LGBTQ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer) community in a state where, only six months ago, same-sex couples were denied their right to marriage. In addition, the...

Adopt-A-Family

Adopt-A-Family

December 18, 2013

The holiday season is right around the corner, kids of all ages begin writing their gift wishlist. Fo...

Hookah pendemic

Hookah pendemic

December 18, 2013

    At Monte Vista the new phenomenon is the hookah pen. Many students use them at school, thinking tha...

Kimberely Gilles named finalist for national education award

Kimberely Gilles named finalist for national education award

November 22, 2013

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  The following is an official Press Release from The NEA Foundation.  WASHINGTON, DC (November 20, 2013) – Kimberley Gilles, ...

The dangers of driving

Laura Kenny, Editor in Chief

November 19, 2013

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     Thousands of teens die every year from car crashes when the driver was distracted or under the influence. The prevention program “Every 15 Minutes” aims to reduce driving while under the influence in teens and is coming to Monte Vista this spring.      Every 15 Minutes is a two day program that involves the ent...

Workday Student Center: center of attention

Chris Bortolon, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013

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October 29th, the opening day of the new Workday Center, was a monumental day for the Staff and Students of Monte Vista.     Right after school on the 29th, Teachers, Parents, and Students gathered in front of the new center, eager for its opening. Also attending the festivities were officials from the District and the city of Danville.     At around 4:45pm, the doors we...

Steps to help bullied victims

Isabella Ordaz, Business Manager

November 19, 2013

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    During an October Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) meeting, Club Advisor Kimberley Gilles highlighted the existence of a school policy that can help victims of harassment.     The steps of the policy entail that if a student is in a classroom and something is being communicated to them that is inappropriately sexual in ...

Remembering the Pack Children

Georgia Buxton, Staff Writer

November 19, 2013

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    On the evening of Oct. 26, 2003 most people were going about their normal routines, completely unaware of the tragedy that had just occurred.     The lives of Troy and Alana Pack had just been ended when a driver, who was under the influence of vodka and at least 10 vicodin pills, jumped the curb of the sidewalk and ...

New Workday Center

New Workday Center

November 14, 2013

    The new, state-of-the-art Workday Student Center at Monte Vista is undergoing final preparations...

Student opinions on national news

Anna Peirano, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

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    When it comes to national news, senior students have strong opinions about what is going on in our country. Syria and the government shut down are popular items that are in the news today. The Government Shutdown     Senior Kevin Gallagher, member of the Young Republicans club, believes that the government shutdown...

SRVH starts off school with a great loss

Fatima Ali, Staff Writer

November 13, 2013

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    The tragic death of a local high school student, Robert Orlando at San Ramon Valley High School leaves the town of Danville and San Ramon in disbelief.     Robert Orlando was killed on the night of August 26, when the car he was riding in struck a tree.     Orlando, known as “Chop” by his friends, was going ...

MV Speech suits up at Dougherty for first wins of season

Reilly Olson, Staff Writer

November 12, 2013

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    Pouring rain and hundreds of competitors didn’t seem to phase the Monte Vista Speech and Debate team Sept. 21 as they took on Congress 1-- the first official tournament of the year.     Congress, short for congressional debate, is a style of competition involving a roomful of people, each competing against everyo...

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