Of the clubs seeking approval at the 2012-2013 School Year’s first Congressional meeting, the NERDS (Non-gravitational Enchanters of Relative Dimensions in Space) Club was denied approval for the second time.
The Mountain View Youth Advisory Committee’s initiative to transform The Rock Church on Escuela Avenue into a teen friendly facility has become a reality. As early as the 2013 school year, the new city-funded teen center will be complete with enhanced amenities and will serve as a focal point for a variety of teen activities.
With the pounding of metronomic drums to indicate each powerful stroke of the paddle and the rhythmic, fluid movement of a team determined to cross the finish line, dragon boating boasts some of the most intensive and thrilling moments that can be experienced in aquatic sports.
The National Honor Society is a recognition program for outstanding high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the United States. The program was established in 1921, and since its creation, it has gained over one million members nationwide. The NHS constitution states that the society was formed to “create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service…
On Wednesday, September 12 before second period, a student biking to school was hurt in a bike accident when turning onto Truman Avenue off of Bryant Avenue.
Every year a new class of freshman floods the hallways of Mountain View High School; among them are the ASB hopefuls. The ASB members play a crucial role in the MVHS community through dances, rallies or fundraisers. Each class’s ASB members are not only the student leaders of the class…