Students enjoy doing their Daily 5 Rotation!
CHAMPS, which stands for Conversation Help Activity Movement Participation and Success, is a school-wide program at Mountain Vista. One liners remind students not to pass it up but to pick it up.
A student in Mrs. Myers 3rd grade class conducting science experiments to determine force.
“On Tuesday, August 20, 2019 the Fillmore USD Board of Trustees adopted Resolution 19-20-03 in support of “Full and Fair Funding of California’s Public Schools”. Visit http://www.fullandfairfunding.org to learn more about how you can support this statewide effort to increase funding for California schools.”
Mountain Vista Wildcats staff and teachers welcomed new and returning students to the 2019-2020 school year. (Above) Principal Christine McDaniels welcoming two students to school and helping them find their classroom on opening day.
Kindergarten’s learned how to stop, drop and roll. They saw what a firefighter will look like if they have to come in to save them from a fire. Big thank you the Fillmore fire department!
The tradition of field day is something our students look forward to participating in at the end of the year. The third grade teachers plan several fun stations for the students.
Michael Glenn and Leslie from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services came to visit third grade as a follow up to the river trip they did at the Sespe River in the spring. They caught local fish, tadpoles, and frogs from the Santa Clara/Sespe River for the students to observe.
Kindergarten is coming to an end. Each student in Mrs. Davis’s class received an award that highlights the strengths that the student has brought to the class. Great job!
Mountain Vista had a Friday Night Super Show. Mrs. Myers with support from Mrs. Boon organized a wonderful variety show to showcase the talents of our students.
Several students at Mountain Vista celebrated a milestone in their educational journey. Students who were identified as English learners met the criteria to show that they are proficient in English. We are proud of them and we want to encourage them to maintain their home language as they continue through school. Si se puede!
Mountain Vista’s Live Our Lives Boys Club collected blankets, towels, and other items for the animal shelter in Santa Paula. The boys sorted the items and delivery will take place later this week. Thank you to all the family that sent in items!
The first and second year band student performed for all grade levels. Some recognizable songs were heard like Baby Shark and the Star Wars theme!
1st Grade Open House and Gallery Walk was a big success.
Interactive Family Engagement Event, This Thursday May 23rd from 6:30 to 8pm in the Fillmore Unified School District's Auditorium located at 627 Sespe Avenue. Learn to spot and nurture seeds of creative strengths in your children with guest speaker Kathryn Haydon.
Mountain Vista has several future baseball players, dirt bike riders, actors, writers, educators and service people on campus. Students dressed up as what they would like their future career to be.
Joshua Magallon, a second grader at Mountain Vista, was honored at the Indian Education Consortium Honoring Program. He was selected as one of top Native elementary students in the county. Great job, Josh!
Mountain Vista’s 3rd grade classes went in a field trip to the river with a guide from the US Fish and Wildlife Service. This was part of the Life Cycle and Ecosystems Unit.
Each grade level was assigned a color for Rainbow Spirit Day. It made for a great picture.