Supts eNews - June 14, 2021


In this edition ...

  • Board meeting preview: June 17
  • Summer construction updates
  • Free COVID Vaccinations at Monta Loma (June 17) and Jose Antonio Vargas (June 24)
  • High Fives: State and county recognition
  • MVWSD’s Summer meals and academic programs
  • Summer District Office hours
Board meeting preview: June 17
The Board of Trustees meets on Thursday, June 17 at 6 p.m. Some of the meeting’s topics will include:

* Decision on Huff Elementary’s renaming
* End of the year i-Ready assessment data presentation
* LCAP and Federal Addendum approval
* Monta Loma Priority 1 campus projects update

Meeting materials and agenda are here: The meeting will be streamed on


Construction updates

Just a reminder that Measure T bond construction safety/operational efficiency projects are underway. Some portions of our school campuses are off-limits this summer, with the exception of Monta Loma Elementary, which is hosting our summer school programs.

Depending on the school site, construction will be happening on the blacktop where solar arrays will be placed, in some parking lots due to paving and electrical work, and intermittently around the perimeter of the campus during fencing construction (not at Monta Loma). Interior work may include electrical and HVAC. To view your school’s specific details and maps, please see

Schools will get solar arrays near the blacktop areas this summer (Monta Loma, Crittenden and Theuerkauf will have solar work in 2022). Not only will these structures support solar panels to save the district $600,000 annually in electrical costs, they will provide much-needed shade. Some non-heritage trees will have to be removed to make way for the arrays, but MVWSD will replant two native trees for every one removed.

Perimeter controls (Not at Monta Loma and Vargas)
Construction begins on perimeter fencing that connects existing fencing and added gates to completely enclose campus and fields in order to secure campuses during school hours. Even during fence construction, the public will continue to have access to fields outside school hours. Fencing and gates will be ornamental metal to match existing at campus frontage and 6’ high chain link fencing and gates at property lines and back of campus.

Office remodel at Mistral
Mistral will finally get an update of its aged and inefficient front office facing Escuela Ave. This delayed remodeling project was part of Measure G, a past bond. A portion of the area in front of the office is fenced off.

Thank you for your support of our schools and patience during construction. To receive future updates about these Measure T projects, please sign up here: 

Free COVID Vaccinations at Monta Loma (June 17) and Jose Antonio Vargas (June 24)

vaccinesEl Camino Health’s no-cost COVID-19 vaccinations are available for everyone 12 and older. All community members are welcome. Walk-ins are welcome. (no appointment required).

Vaccine dose #2 (Pfizer) will also be available for those who have already received their first dose.

Parents of children who are 16 and older may complete this consent form, and 16/17-year olds may attend without a parent if they have a completed form. Children 12-15 years must be accompanied by a parent.

Monta Loma Elementary (460 Thompson Ave)
Thursday, June 17
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Jose Antonio Vargas Elementary School (220 N Whisman Rd)
Thursday, June 24
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

For more information:
Flyer for Monta Loma event 
Flyer for Vargas event 
For assistance with this clinic, please call 408-871-7460.

High Fives

Board President Devon Conley was recently highlighted by the California School Boards Association for her work with the Digital Equity Coalition that benefits our students and those countywide with internet access. Click here for the video. 

The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors recently recognized several of our District/School Community Engagement Facilitators (SCEFs) for their exceptional service as School Linked Services coordinators and for their unwavering commitment to making a positive impact for children and families in Santa Clara County. Supervisor Otto Lee honored Priscila Bogdanic, Ernesto Nassau and Kristen Calderon at the June 8th Board meeting.

InPlay: Summer camps and activities

inplaySummer break has arrived, but it's not too late to find camps and activities for your children. InPlay offers a free searchable program guide for parents, with filters for age, location, price (including free or reduced cost), and more. To find programs local to Mountain View, head to: Available programs include those that serve students with special needs or English learners.

MVWSD’s Summer programs are here
summerClick here for information about free meals, technology support and learning for students this summer.

Summer meals at schools and on the move
MVWSD will again provide FREE summer meals at lunchtime all summer to children, 18 years old and younger, at Crittenden, Monta Loma and Jose Antonio Vargas. Adults and children may eat free at Rengstorff Park. Click on this link for all the details.

Summer District Office hours
This summer, the District Office, 1400 Montecito Ave., is open for business Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. through July 23. Starting July 26, the District Office is open Monday through Friday.
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