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Congratulations to our 2017-18 Spirit Squads
 JH Cheer
Karlyn Gustiin - Captain
Robert Taylor - Co-Captain
Erika Atwood
Morgan Campbell
Dee Smith
Carley Turnbull

HS Dance 
Mallory Benorthan - Captain
Sydney Gleason
Karlee Godfrey
Emma Gustin
Tatum McCart
Gracie Price
Sarah Tennison
Madison Widau
HS Varsity Cheer
Emma Boyd - Captain
Emma Gustin
Karlee Godfrey
Bobbi Secord
Paige Sims
Cassie Spoon
Paula Taylor
Sarah Tennison
MacKenzie Widau
Brooke Wines

JV Cheer
Azaria Aldape
Brogan Area
Samantha Dunbar
Raquel Hancock
McKenzie Wainwright 



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

                                 Rod Hasenbank

We are now in the last quarter of the year. During this quarter, things start to heat up with State Testing, Softball, Baseball, Track, FCCLA, FFA, FBLA and Prom.  It is also an important time to encourage students to stay on top of their studies.  Research shows that students who are involved in school activities tend to do better because of  their time management strategies.  Please encourage your student to be aware of study time and getting their assignments done.
I'm thankful for the opportunity to walk around the commons during lunch, I get the opportunity to talk with students about a variety of subjects such as academics, family, sports, etc. When I get to students whose grades are declining, I will ask them: 1) Have you turned in all (or most) of your assignments? 2) Are you having trouble with the daily material or just the tests? 3) Have you spoken with the teacher of that subject to get extra help before or after school? and 4) Have you turned in extra credit work if offered by that teacher? As students begin their transition to high school, we encourage them to advocate for themselves when needing extra help.  However, education is an on-going process where both students and parents are encouraged to take ownership in monitoring their progress from the beginning and through the end of each grading period. 
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
Super Vikings week of 4/3-4/7

Grace Deters - winner of parking spot
Sabrina Hite - 
P.J. Meyers - 

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

  • JH & HS League Track Meets There has been some confusion on the League Track Meet dates, the HS League Track Meet will be held at Central Heights on Friday, May 12 @ 3:00 pm, and ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2017, 7:06 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • Student Accident Insurance for 2017-18 If you are interested in purchasing Student/Athlete Accident Insurance for 2017-18, the forms and information are listed below.
    Posted Apr 24, 2017, 1:21 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • Mission Valley JH & HS First Semester Honor Roll
    Posted Feb 27, 2017, 12:42 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • When do we cancel school because of Weather??? Parents & Patrons:We are quickly approaching that time of year when the possibility of school cancellations increase due to adverse winter conditions.  The decision to cancel school is always carefully ...
    Posted Dec 6, 2016, 6:24 AM by Jeannie Browning
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    Posted Oct 18, 2016, 6:15 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • What is "Skipple"? How often do we take pictures during Mission Valley sporting events only to save some and delete others. The Yearbook class is always in need of additional photos. So, now ...
    Posted Oct 3, 2016, 8:47 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • Student Insurance Information Please see the attached below, for more information on Student Insurance for 2016-17.
    Posted Jun 14, 2016, 8:14 PM by Jeannie Browning
  • 2016-17 School Calendar
    Posted Aug 30, 2016, 7:21 AM by Jeannie Browning
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    Posted Oct 21, 2015, 11:04 AM by Jeannie Browning
  • "Viking Pride Promotions" The High School Newsletter The Mission Valley Yearbook staff is excited to share with you its third year "Viking Pride Promotions" newsletter. Our goal is to provide an inside look of what is going ...
    Posted Sep 12, 2016, 7:57 AM by Jeannie Browning
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Mission Valley High School

Mr. David Cromer
The school staff and administration would like to thank you for your support and partnership as we worked together this year to provide a strong education to each student. Time passes quickly and we are facing the end of our school year. 
Below are some important dates and information. 
HS Graduation is on Sunday, May 21st at 2:00pm. The ceremony will be in the school’s main gym. More specific information will be sent home with the graduating seniors. 

Summer School for 7th - 12th grade students will begin May 19th and end on June 13th. It will start at 12:00 noon and end at 4:00pm. This provides 16 days for students to work on a computer to complete our equivalent on-line credit recovery program. The purpose of our summer school is to provide credit recovery for high school students that have failed a course and to assist junior high students that have been identified as needing this academic support. Summer school is NOT mandatory, but for many students it is their primary opportunity to have a successful high school academic experience and to graduate on time. Letters to students that did not pass a 1st semester course have been mailed. Students that fail a course in the current 2nd semester will be mailed at the end of this semester. Transportation for summer school is not provided. 

HS Final Exam Days are set for Wednesday, May 10th and Thursday, May 11th. Classes on Wednesday will include 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th periods. Thursday’s classes will be 2nd, 4th, 6th, and Seminar periods. Each day is a full day of school. Students that met the requirements for exemptions of their final exams will be notified 1-2 days prior to May 10th by means of a letter from the principal which students are expected to provide to their parents. 

Chromebook check-in will begin the last week of school. Many students have damaged or missing Chromebooks and/or AC chargers for their Chromebook. Each student will be notified of their damages and monies owed. 

Textbooks, calculators, library books and project fees are due when students check-out. Any payments due after the last day of school are to be paid promptly to the HS or district office to avoid referral to collection services. 
Parents will be notified through the mail of monies owed. 

HS Summer Office hours are from 8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday through Thursday. The office is closed on Fridays. Summer office hours start May 22nd and end June 15th. The office is closed after June 15th. Please contact the district office for assistance after June 15th. 
Please feel comfortable meeting me and asking for any assistance as we work together to give your student(s) the best education, support, and post-graduation opportunities

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.

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