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Birth Certificates:  Students enrolling in USD 330 for the first time must provide proof of identity, (certified copy of Birth Certificate or certified transcript for transfer students) within 30 days of enrollment. 

Application for certified copy of Kansas Birth Certificate

Picture of Mr. Rod Hasenbank, JH Principal and Athletic Director
Mr. Rod Hasenbank

The new school year is in full swing with academics and athletics and it will only get busier so,  I like to share with students one of my favorite quotes  ‘NO DEPOSIT, NO RETURN’! In other words, ‘YOU ONLY GET OUT WHAT YOU PUT IN’! 
So, with that in mind, my challenge to our students, staff and administration as we go through the 2017-18 school year, is to ask ourselves how can we continue to raise our expectations?” 

On behalf of the Mission Valley Jr.-Sr. High School Staff, we want to thank you for the support and encouragement that you give your child each and every day and please join us as we challenge your child to be the best they can be! 


Here are the Super Viking winners for the week of
Winners for week of  Oct. 23-27

Beau Throckmorton - parking spot
Quinton Matherly
Brogan Area

Super Viking nominees are drawn every Friday morning, with the winners announced over the school intercom and receive a prize. One of them is awarded the "Student of the Week" parking spot for the following week.  

 ALL students who were nominated that week are given the Super Viking card showing who and why they were nominated. This is the third year we have been doing this.

JH/HS News

  • FCCLA Clothing Collection Mission Valley FCCLA is collecting used and new clothing and shoes for foster care kids – ages newborn-18 years of age. Please bring items into Mrs. Bergin’s room from ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2017, 11:18 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • HS Girls Basketball T-Shirt Fundraiser The High School Girls Basketball Team is doing a T-Shirt fundraiser for the Basketball Team. This is the only fundraiser they do. If you are interested in ordering a ...
    Posted Nov 2, 2017, 1:24 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • After Prom Fundraiser Volleyball Tournament - Saturday, November 11 After Prom will be holding a fundraiser Volleyball Tournament on Saturday, November 11. If you would like to enter a team or would like more information, please contact Miya Godfrey
    Posted Oct 31, 2017, 8:12 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • FFA Turkey Trot The annual FFA Turkey Trot 5k is coming up on Saturday, November 18th.  All proceeds from the event will go directly back to feeding members of our community.  
    Posted Oct 31, 2017, 8:02 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • Junior High Basketball Schedule Change The Mission Valley Jr. High Basketball Games against Central Heights have been flipped.Mission Valley will play AT Central Heights on November 6, 2017 and MVJH will then HOST Central ...
    Posted Oct 24, 2017, 2:23 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • PTO Hat Day PTO HAT DAY:On Thursday, October 26th, 2017, Mission Valley students and staff will be given the opportunity to purchase a sticker for $1.00, which will give them an ...
    Posted Oct 18, 2017, 11:00 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • MVHS Kansas Honor Scholars Congratulations to this year's MVHS' Kansas Honor Scholars representatives. They are recognized by the Kansas University Alumni Association as high school seniors with a record of superior academic achievement ...
    Posted Oct 18, 2017, 7:21 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • Seniors - Part-Time/Semester Graduation Information Seniors who plan to go to school part-time second semester or graduate at semester need to pick the Request for Part-Time Attendance or Early Graduation form and have ...
    Posted Oct 17, 2017, 7:01 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • FFA Turkey Shoots - Sunday's in October
    Posted Sep 20, 2017, 11:09 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • FCCLA Community Service Project - Collecting Items for Animal Shelters
    Posted Sep 20, 2017, 11:02 AM by Jeannie Browning
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Mission Valley High School

Picture of Mr. David Cromer, High School Principal

Mr. David Cromer

Before-School Drop-Off and After-School Pick-Up of Students
We are asking parents to help us improve our before and after school traffic flow and student safety.
The picture below shows the entrance and access road we wish for you and your student(s) to use between the times of 7:15 A.M. - 7:55 A.M. and from 3:25 P.M. to 3:40 P.M. Please do not drop students off to school without supervision before 7:20 A.M. since the school does not have staff on duty prior to this time.

Before school drop-off: Before 7:55 A.M., please drop off your students at the SE corner of the building using the access
road. After 7:55 A.M., please drop off your student at the main doors.
After-School Pick-Up: Please pick your student at the SE corner of the building using the access road between the times of 3:25 P.M. and 3:40 P.M.

Please do not drop-off or pick-up your student in the front area of the school as we have been allowing. Congested traffic that involves student drivers, parents, and school buses has been problematic and often unsafe situations are the result. Thank you for your assistance.

Advisory Conferences: October 18th, and 19th
All junior high and high school students will have their Advisory Conference during October 18th and 19th. Each student has an Advisory Teacher that is preparing to meet with you to review their academic progress in school, any Kansas Assessment Test scores from last year, and current MAP testing results from this year. Your student’s Advisory teacher will be contacting you in the next few days to schedule your appointment. We want 100% of our students’ parents/guardians to attend these important meetings.
The meeting is scheduled for 20 minutes with the Advisory teacher and there are 10 minute time slots throughout each evening for parents to meet with individual teachers if they wish.
Please expect a communication from the school or a document that your student will be told to give you so that we can schedule your conference in a timely manner. Thank you for your supportive partnership as we all work together to provide the best education we can to your student.

There are a few new programs we have put into place this year. We are excited to see the positive effects they can bring. Below are short summaries of each. ZAP Program (7-12th grade) This program is an academic intervention that supports students having passing grades and keeping current with the expected learning in their core classes. ZAP stands for, Zeros Aren’t Permitted. This is in reference to homework grades in teachers’ gradebooks. We want each student to complete their assignments as expected. Students that do not meet this expectation are given a ZAP Notice for that assignment. This means that during Seminar period, the student reports to their assignment’s ZAP classroom instead of their Seminar room. While in the ZAP classroom, students are expected to work on and complete their assignment. We give the student three ZAP periods to complete the assignment prior to receiving lunch period detentions until it is completed. Students certainly can complete the assignment at home and still turn it into their ZAP teacher. We expect this academic intervention to produce strong results and to support students during their academic learning efforts. Students that complete their school work will not have 0-point grades in their teacher’s gradebook, be current with the learning expectation for their classes, and perform better on major assessments. At this time the ZAP Intervention Program is for core subjects; English, Math, Science, and Social Studies . 

High School Student Reward Program 
This year we are rewarding students that meet quarterly expectations on GPA, no unexcused class periods, two or fewer unexcused tardies, no suspensions, a limited number of ZAP assignments, and participate in at least one school sponsored team or organization. Students can earn a Gold, Crimson, or Viking Card. Each card has its own set of rewards. Your high school student can give you information about this new program and information is also available in our Student Handbook found on the district’s website. (www.mv330.org). 

High School Final Exam Exemption Policy 
We have updated this policy with improved expectations to support positive behaviors and outstanding academic achievement. Last year we adapted the types of absences that can be exempted in this policy. This year we are still exempting the various types of absences and parents can find the Request for Exemption form online (www.mv330.org) and at the high school’s office. Below is a summary of the updated policy per semester. If GPA = 4.000, then up to 4 non-exempted days. If GPA > 3.495, then up to 3 non-exempted days. If GPA > 2.995, then up to 2 non-exempted days. No unexcused absent periods (total from all classes) 2, or fewer, unexcused tardies (total from all classes) No ISS, or OSS No D or F semester grades If the above requirements are met, then a non-college credit course with an 85% or higher grade can be exempted. 



Chromebook Information

Students will be given two labels when they check their Chromebooks out. One label is for their Chromebook and the other is for their Power Cord. Lost Power Cords will cost $50.00.  There will also be an additional charge for Asset Tags that are removed.  All of this information is available on the Chromebook Loan Agreement at enrollment and available on the forms page.

Connie Converse's Counselor Corner

  • Counselor's Corner For Updates to ACT Testing, Scholarship Information, etc. please see the PDF document at the bottom of the page.  If you do not have Adobe Reader, you can download it ...
    Posted Sep 27, 2017, 1:09 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • Prep Factory Prep Factory is a new site for ACT and SAT practice and it's free.  Create an account and log in whenever you want to work. There are videos and ...
    Posted Sep 14, 2017, 10:25 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • New Free SAT Practice Website New Free SAT Practice WebsiteI Need A Pencil is a new free SAT website to prepare students to take the SAT.  It provides students with lessons and practice problems ...
    Posted Nov 30, 2016, 10:22 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • Kansas Works Kansas WorksKANSASWORKS is a good source  for Career Technical Education Information, Interest Assessment Information, and help in finding possible employers and jobs.
    Posted Nov 30, 2016, 10:21 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • Job Board and Employment Information Job Board and Employment InformationThe job board and employment information website can be found at:  www.kansasworks.com  This site is helpful to those who are seeking employment ...
    Posted Nov 30, 2016, 10:19 AM by Jeannie Browning
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