HomeSchools ( September 15, 2021 )

MV Kicks Off The New School Year

Submitted by Kathy McHenry

With the pandemic always looming, Mountain View looked forward to the return of an in person full student body presence in the building for the 2021-2022 school year. While teachers started getting their lessons and classrooms ready over the summer, the students walked into the building on Thursday, August 26th to a freshly painted cafeteria, beautifully waxed floors and orange and blue school pride throughout the halls.

Once attendance was taken, students assembled in the auditorium for a kick off to a great school year that included a very moving speech from building principal, Dr. Mark Lemoncelli who focused on four basic principles for the year: "The smallest act of kindness can have the largest impact on another student's heart and mind. Do your best to be the best. Bring your best every day. Today is a great day to have a great day." The program also included a faculty fashion show of the appropriate and inappropriate dress code.

The assembly ended with a chance for each grade to win some spirit points through "minute to win it" games.

After the morning assembly students had the opportunity to visit a variety of stations throughout the first two days of school including clubs and activities, food tastings, chromebook pick ups and class meetings.

The MV Eagles are looking forward to a very successful school year and can't wait to see those Eagles soar!

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