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Viking Family,

During our January professional development day, we had some great conversations about how 2020 has affected Mission Valley. It seems that the year 2020 has made it all too easy to focus on negative information. While we are empathetic to the fact that so many people have been faced with unfortunate challenges, grief, and loss this year we still thought it was important to highlight some bright spots and positive growth as well. Some Highlights so far this year: 

 69% of high school and 72% of junior high students on the 1st‐semester honor roll.

 Less than 2 weeks of distance learning due to COVID. 

 Purchased new teacher IPads to support instruction. 

 Outside lunch for students has been great. 

 Students FIRST culture has been created. 

 After school academic support program. 

 More positive building climate and culture despite the pandemic. 

 The Junior High Homework Intervention model is successful. 

 More focus on relationships with staff, students, and administration. 

 Teachers and students are more adaptable than ever. 

 Students’ social‐emotional needs and how they affect learning are more of a focus and will remain that way. 

 Improved distance learning model and supported families with internet issues. 

 Focused on modeling character‐building through resiliency, perseverance, and a positive growth mindset. 

 Scientific lessons on masks, and mouth bacteria. 

 Able to greet the students at the front door every morning. 

 Teachers and students learned to use new technology. 

 Improved community, student, and building communication. 

 More attention to details and clarity. 

 Increased focus on empathy. 

 Sanitation procedures have been great! 

 Teacher collaboration time has increased. 

This list was much longer and it will continue to grow throughout the year. We just wanted to share some positive outcomes. We would like to thank our communities for your continued support! 

CONGRATULATIONS!

MISSION VALLEY JR. HIGH SCHOOL

FIRST SEMESTER HONOR ROLL

2020-21

Honor Rolls are issued from the principal's office each semester. For the "Superintendent’s Honor Roll", a student must make all "A's" (a 4.0 average); for

the "Principal’s Honor Roll", a student must have a 3.5 to 3.9 average, with no grade lower than a C; for the Honor Roll a student must have 3.0 – 3.49, with

no grade lower than a C. Students must be enrolled in at least 5 subjects to qualify for any of the honor rolls. At this time, we are pleased to announce 14

students made the “Superintendent’s Honor Roll”, 23 students made the “Principal’s Honor Roll” and 17 made the regular Honor Roll.

SUPERINTENDENT’S HONOR ROLL: First Semester

8TH GRADE – Adaline Bloomfield, Porter Deters, Autumn Goldsmith, Jena Grame, Ava Gustin, Conner Hoelting

7th GRADE – Braelyn Becker, Sam Bryan, Parker Durkin, Cyrus Harding, Grace Johnston, Gracie Long, Haiden Lowe, Jace Taylor

PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL: Fir st Semester

8TH GRADE – Kenady Deever, Dakota Brown, Josie Buchmeier, Carson Carrier, Kaelin Grant, Natalie Hoffman, Kyplee Jacobson, Kendra Platt, Gavin

Quinn, Joslyn Taylor, Hunter Tenbrink

7th GRADE – Taryn Clark, Ian Deters, Hemi Duehring, Lillian Foster, Courtney Jones, Jayden Kraus, Madisyn Kraus, Jacob Rockey, Wyatt Seastrom,

Ramsey Sperry, Jacob Tanner, Alexis White

HONOR ROLL: Fir st Semester

8TH GRADE – Kaden Brobst, Peyton Elliott, Dylan Funk, Jonah Hancock, Allen Hofman, Braxton Miller, Vadin Myers, Xavior Tauber, Lyndall Whitten

7th GRADE – Bryce Bunger, Anastasia Conley, Kaitlyn Coursen, Macey Halverson, Lily Rubio, Titus Shaffer, Mackenzie Tomlinson, Corwin Weir

CONGRATULATIONS!

MISSION VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

FIRST SEMESTER HONOR ROLL – 2020-21

Honor Rolls are issued from the principal's office each semester. For the "Superintendent’s Honor Roll", a student must make all "A's" (a 4.0 average); for

the "Principal’s Honor Roll", a student must have a 3.5 to 3.9 average, with no grade lower than a C; for the Honor Roll a student must have 3.0 – 3.49, with

no grade lower than a C. Students must be enrolled in at least 5 subjects to qualify for any of the honor rolls. At this time, we are pleased to announce 24

students made the “Superintendent’s Honor Roll”, 42 students made the “Principal’s Honor Roll” and 34 made the regular Honor Roll.

SUPERINTENDENT’S HONOR ROLL: First Semester

SENIORS: Megan Deter s, Hannah Foster , Tatiana Halupa, Nellie Kaner , Allie Linhart, Ashton McGinley, Ben Rudeen, Paige Sims, Beau

Throckmorton

JUNIORS: Haley Atwood, Alexa McGann

SOPHOMORES: Br ianna Elizondo, Alexis Studebaker

FRESHMEN: Hope Blake, Abi Boyden, Lucy Bryan, Araceli Canizlez-Panuco, Kaylie Garmon, Clara Johnston, Dagan Murray, Emma Slade, Scottie

Taylor, Cole Thomas, Carlie VanMeter

PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL: Fir st Semester

SENIORS: Angela Aker strom, Katie Br idgman, Tyler Coursen, Justice Dunbar, Ashlyn Fast, Karlee Godfrey, Dawson Logan, Dayton Logan,

Tatum McCart, MacKenzie Murray, Cadin Roberts, Matthew Shults, Jordan Taylor, Mackenzie Widau

JUNIORS: Tor i Broadbent, Karly Byrne, Christopher Cain, Jonathen Grame, Karlyn Gustin, Colbey Hinck, Ashton Lowe, Araydia Preston,

Brooke Roberts, Caylie VanMeter, Carley Wagner

SOPHOMORES: Will Bassett, Morgan Campbell, Emma Durkes, Corbett Hinck, Lea Parker s, Cameron Sage, DeAnna Smith, Kyler Stephenson,

Tanner Thomas, Morgan Tomlinson

FRESHMEN: Colton Appelhanz, Pr eston Bolte, Elsie Foster , Nick Price, Alli Record, Kailey Weissbeck

HONOR ROLL: Fir st Semester

SENIORS: Elijah Elliott, Kinley Jones, Austin McGonnell, Jack Mills, James Williams

JUNIORS: Jaycie Calvaruzo, Joel Deter s, Tristan Funk, Gabriel Goldsmith, Kather ine Greenwald, Hope Halver son, Dalton Holthaus, Keaton

Marcotte, Carter Phillips, Cade Willard

SOPHOMORES: Erika Atwood, Emma Bevitt, Haylie Fr uits, Aidan Hewes, Paige Martin, Makayla Mendelsohn, Norah Parker , Mick Quinn, Doug

Ross, Jr., A.J. Rubio III, Wyatt Smith, Carley Turnbull, Victor Vargas

FRESHMEN: Madison DeVader , Raichle Sper ry, Joe Wayman, Jr., Athena White

Randy Wild, 9-12 Principal