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Attend monthly PTSA meetings. Share ideas. Learn about school plans and upcoming events. Vote on PTSA business. And hear from guest speakers. All are welcome. You do not have to be a PTSA member to attend.


March PTSA Meeting Canceled

In the interest of caution because of the Covid-19 outbreak, the PTSA board has canceled the meeting scheduled for March 18. The election of the 2020-2021 PTSA Executive Board and other PTSA business will take place at the next meeting, set for Wednesday, May 20. You are welcome to join the meeting through Zoom.

Please check the website and your email for information on how to attend.



Come Out of the Darkness and Walk
to Support Mental Health Wellness


The Out of the Darkness Walk Has Been Postponed in the Interest of Caution During the Covid-19 Pandemic

small version of Out of the Darkness Walk Flyer   You are invited to join the rest of the Mountain View High community in the Out of the Darkness walk from 5:30 p.m. to sunset Friday, March 13, on the MVHS track. The walk caps the school's Mental Health Awareness Week, which begins Monday, March 9.

Participants will walk around the track for a couple of hours individually or in groups to show support for mental health wellness. The MVHS student Ambassadors are inviting speakers and student performers to entertain the crowd. There will also be resource tables from such supporting organizations as Spartans PAUSE and Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC).

Gather together in support of mental health awareness and student wellness!

Download the flyer.



Mountain View High PTSA Executive Board Slate Is Announced


Below is the PTSA slate for the 2020-2021 school year. Come and join your voice to vote on the slate. The vote will be held at the next PTSA meeting, 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 20, in the Mountain View High College and Career Center, near the library.


  President Kelly Waggoner
Executive VP Marilyn Stanley
VP, Membership Erin Eggleton and Bryn Stuebner
VP, Communication Meryle Sussman
Secretary Marianne Heritage
Treasurer Karen Heitkamp
Auditor Gina Estrada
Financial Secretary Suzie Noel
Historian Laura Mozer




What Is the PTSA?

What Is the PTSA?

Mountain View High School’s Parent Teacher Student Association welcomes all parents, students and staff and encourages everyone to join the group. The PTSA is the voice for MVHS parents, teachers and students. It provides a safe place for debate, conversation and suggestions for improvement when issues arise on campus. We provide volunteer and financial support for the high school, and our collective voice is more powerful with a high number of PTSA members. The PTSA holds semi-monthly meetings on campus to discuss business and campus issues. The meetings are also an opportunity to hear from guest speakers about educational key programs.

Click the "Donate" button to become a PTSA member or simply to donate to your PTSA.
Thank you for helping the MVHS community!
If you have any questions, please contact me.
Marilyn Stanley
PTSA Vice President 2019-2020


What Does the PTSA Do?

What Does the PTSA Do?

The PTSA provides volunteers and funding for campus such programs and activities as the following:
  • Spartans PAUSE Wellness Days
  • Day planners for all students
  • Staff Appreciation
  • Noontime gym activities
  • Educational speakers
  • Camp Mettamorph
  • Library materials
  • Classroom support
  • Graduation Reception
During the school year, the staff and school organizations and clubs can come to the PTSA to request funds. Please see What We Fund for examples of programs that the PTSA has funded in the past.


New Parent Teacher Conferencing

New Parent Teacher Conferencing

How Do I Schedule Time With My Child's Teacher?

In the 2018-2019 school year, Mountain View High started a new parent-teacher conferencing program that encourages communication throughout the school year, instead of a one-time shot every October.
You can download a PowerPoint slide show or a PDF file overview of the program by Spanish teacher David Campbell, 2018-2019 president of the District Teacher Association.