Free Suicide Prevention Training

Key components covered in training:

  • Warning signs of suicide
  • How to ask if someone's thinking of suicide
  • How to get help for someone in crisis
  • Resources available for families

This training is FREE! 

Click here for more information.

Science Night Update

Come to SCIENCE NIGHT, the most AWESOME night of the year -This THURSDAY, April 25, from 5-8 pm!  We have exciting jobs that use Science, College reps, planetarium shows, a bee hive demonstration, rocket launching and tons of FREE science fun for the whole family!  Get a passport to earn credit in your Science Class!  You can also VOLUNTEER to make this event happen!  Look on your Science teacher or advisory teacher's google classroom for more info, or just come see Ms. Farren!

Dell Scholarship Winner


We learned this week that MVHS senior, Maritay Mendoza Quiroz has been named one of 500 Dell Scholars Nationally. Maritay plans to attend Washington State University in the fall.  Dell Scholars receive a $20,000 Scholarship, as well as a Laptop and money for books.  


Starting October 29th, Parents will need to physically come in for their students to pull them out of school. We will not be taking phone calls or e-mails to release students during school hours. The attendance office will be verifying parent with their ID. Any adult on the student's profile can pick up students as long as they have ID to verify who they are.