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Creating a nation of helping hands

Creating a nation of helping hands

Dec 9, 2014

On January 2, 2005, Shin Dong-hyuk became the first person to ever escape the highest security prison camp in North Korea. Shin was born and raised within the prison walls because of his grandfather’s high level offense against the government in attempting to escape North Korea. Somewhere between 150,000-200,000 people work as slaves in these prison camps....

December 9, 2014

December 9, 2014

Dec 9, 2014

Superintendent Dr. Barry Groves announces his retirement

Superintendent Dr. Barry Groves announces his retirement

Dec 8, 2014

MVLA Superintended Dr. Barry Groves announced his retirement at the Monday, December 8 School Board meeting. In his announcement, Groves expressed his appreciation for the district he served for nine years. “I truly loved my time at MVLA, the best school district ever,” Groves said. “There is no better faculty and...

Stanford Professor comes to MV to speak about Ebola

Stanford Professor comes to MV to speak about Ebola

Dec 6, 2014

Dr. Andrew Patterson, an associate professor at Stanford University and the division chief of Critical Care Medicine in the Department of Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, came to Mountain View High School on Friday, December 5th, to discuss the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa. His presentation strove to clarify facts from fiction on the virus as a...

Special Ed Class Plants Flowers Outside District Office

Special Ed Class Plants Flowers Outside District Office

Nov 25, 2014

The Mountain View High School Special Ed Class brought pots of flowers, shovels, and potting material to the District Office for planting on Tuesday, November 25th. After much preparation and planning, Seamus Quillinan, the Special Ed teacher, set the students up at stations in front of the office and led them in planting the flowers with the help of other...

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