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KONY leaves his mark

KONY leaves his mark

Feb 10, 2015

There are thousands of traumatized former child soldiers who were abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), living in Uganda today. Joseph Kony’s LRA received major media coverage around the world in 2012 due to Invisible Children’s campaign spearheaded by an in-depth documentary video, uncovering the atrocities of mass murder happening in...

Creative Expressions: Art classes for El Camino patients

Creative Expressions: Art classes for El Camino patients

Feb 5, 2015

Tehila Eisenstat, an artist and teacher, started Creative Expressions art classes at El Camino Hospital 15 years ago. Her classes are free for cancer, heart, and vascular patients at the hospital. Students get the opportunity to paint on canvases with bright and positive colors in a unique form of art therapy. An art exhibit featuring patients’ paintings...

WOTS: If you could be any candy, what would you be?

WOTS: If you could be any candy, what would you be?

Feb 1, 2015

Since this past Spirit week was filled with candy-themed events, including a rally and lunch activities, we decided to ask the essential question to our fellow students: If you could be any candy, what would you be and why? Check out our WOTS below for some sweet responses.

MVHS Cheer and “Modern Movements” rally groups kick-off this Spirit Week

MVHS Cheer and “Modern Movements” rally groups kick-off this Spirit Week

Jan 27, 2015

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ASB brings animals to Special Ed class

ASB brings animals to Special Ed class

Jan 20, 2015

Animal Assisted Happiness, a local nonprofit that provides animal interaction to children experiencing health or family troubles, facilitated an event to connect Mountain View High School’s ASB with the students of the Special Education program on Friday, Jan. 16. Room 519 welcomed Goats, chickens, rabbits, and other animals during second period. Jared Darby,...

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