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751 W. Lowell Ave., Tracy, CA 95376

209.830.3340 - Main Office

 Click on this link to Contact a Teacher or Staff Member


Red Ribbon Week
October 20 - Wear Red "Say no to drugs"
Oct 24 - Wear Tie Dye "Peace out to drugs"
October 25 - Pajama Day "Don't be caught sleeping. Say no to drugs"
October 26 - Camouflage Day (Camo Day) "Be a hero and stay away from drugs"
October 27 - Crazy Hat and Hair Day - "Use your head. Don't use drugs"
October 30 - Scare Zone Canned food drive. Wear black and white. "Don't wait to be scared straight...choose to say no to drugs"
October 31 - Dress in a costume or fall colors. Door decorating contest winners announced


Parent Conference Week Schedule (October 23-27)
In the MVMS Cafeteria

  • October 23        8:15-3:15
  • Closed 11:30-12:30 for lunch
  • No school for students
  • October 24
  • No conferences
  • Dismissal at 2:35
  • October 25, 26, 27
  • Conferences 1:00-3:15
  • Dismissal at 12:30
  • Report cards will be available for pick up at parent conferences. Please make sure your fines are paid and overdue library books are reurned to the library.  



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Our school is participating in the SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program. This portal is designed to provide parents with information about our suicide prevention efforts and helpful tools for supporting your child’s mental health. Here is the log in information:
Username:  Monte-Vista-par
Password:  Mustangs17

Now accepting parent nominations for School Site Council 2017-2018
If you are interested in serving MVMS by joining the School Site Council,
please call 830-3340 and give your nomination to Parent Liaison Mona Perez.

Medicine Alert!
If you need to take medicine at school, please see office staff for proper paper work. 

Do not bring medicine of any kind to school without filling out the correct forms located in the office.  



  For EADMS Online Testing: 
 Extremely Important: All 7th and 8th graders must have up to date vaccinations, including the T-dap vaccination,
before attending school. Please check your child's vaccination history and plan accordingly so that your child can start school
on the first day, August 7, 2017.
PARKING LOT SAFETY: Please stay in your lane and watch out for pedestrians so that everyone is safe. Also, ONLY staff cars are allowed in the back parking lot. Please do not let your child off there.
REMINDER: Whenever you pick up your student early from school, please remember to bring your ID to the office.  We check ID every time on every student to ensure our students' safety.  Thanks for your cooperation! 
LANYARDS: Students are required to wear their IDs on a lanyard around their necks every day.  Please make sure that your child has the ID and lanyard ready to wear as he/she leaves for school. Thanks!




October 2 Grade 6 Bowl-a-thon After School
October 3 PIQE 6:00pm
October 4 Parent Coffee Chat in Library 8:30am
October 6 WEB Day at Lunch
October 10 PIQE 6:00pm
October 11 School Site Council 5:30pm
October 13 Minimum Day 12:30 Dismissal
October 17 PIQE 6:00pm
October 18 Parent Coffee Chat/Library 8:30am
October 18 MVMS Spelling Bee 2:45/Cafeteria
October 20-31 Red Ribbon Activities
October 23 Parent Conference Day-No School
October 24 PIQE 6:00pm
October 27 LULAC Trip to Delta College
October 30 Scare Zone on Stage
October 31 Awards AssemblyMVMS Spelling Bee flyer 2017.jpg 

Intra-District Transfer Information and Deadlines
For More Information Visit Student Services

To:     Tracy Unified School District Community Members
From: Dr. Brian Stephens, Superintendent
Date:  October 1, 2017
RE:     Intradistrict Transfers (BP 5116.1 and AR 5116.1)
Dear TUSD community members. The Governing Board desires to provide enrollment options that meet the diverse needs and interests of district students and parents/guardians, while also maximizing the efficient use of district facilities (BP 5116.1). The Board of Trustees also desires to provide options for schools of choice dependent upon space available. The parents/guardians of any student who resides within district boundaries may apply to enroll their child in any district school, regardless of the location of residence within the district. (Education Code 35160.5).
In that effort this letter provides a list of schools which may have space available for additional students for the 2018-2019 school year. A list of those schools and open enrollment applications shall be available at each school site, the district office and on the district’s website.
Schools that may have space available for additional students for the 2018-2019 school year include the following:
Bohn Elementary         North K-8                  Kimball High
Central Elementary      Monte Vista Middle   West High
Hirsch Elementary       Williams Middle
Jacobson Elementary                         
McKinley Elementary
Southwest Park Elementary
Villalovoz Elementary
Please note that open enrollment for intradistrict transfers is between October 15, 2017 and January 15, 2018.
Transfers for high school special programs are included in the above timeline. Although Tracy High School is not on the list for open enrollment, applications for special programs will still be accepted. Any intradistrict transfer requests received from the Academy or Program Coordinator will be processed by the District.

Dr. Silver's Video Welcome

 Click below for:

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Dear Mustang Students and Families,
 Finally the weather is cooperating and it's starting to look a lot like Fall! Days are getting shorter and nights are getting cooler. That means that this month is booked with a ton of activities for both students and parents. Please see the "event" section above so that you can plan to attend our great parent or student events.
Two important events are the First Quarter Awards Assembly and Parent Teacher Conference Week.
If you child is recieving an award, you will recieve an invitation to see him accept the award. Look on the left side of this page to see the date and time of the assembly. We will honor high grades, great citizenship, attendance, most improved, and students of character.
Parent Conference Week offers you the opportunity to pick up your child's report card and speak to all the teachers in person. Please look on the left side of this page for conference days and times.
Last, due to some close calls I want to remind ALL parents of the following regarding our drop off loop:
  • Please do not speed in the loop.
  • Please do not drop off your child in the outer lane. Pull to the curb for drop off. The outer lane is for movement. The curb lane is for drop off. If you continue to drop off your child in the middle of the road, you are puting your child in danger.
  • We all know that traffic is bad, but it only gets worse if you park your car on the curb to go to the office. This blocks traffic and causes other drivers to get mad, speed, honk, and pull around you in a dangerous manner. If you are coming to the office, there are plenty of parking spaces nearby.

Our goal is not only academic! We also want to keep your child safe. Thank you.

Barbara Silver, Ed.D
Monte Vista Middle School
Go, Mustangs!