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If you’re interested in taking up jogging, looking to jog with other girls or looking for a fun way to get exercise, join Yael’s Running Club. An information night will be held 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 33. The club, which is starting its fifth year at Graham, focuses on improving the fitness of girls in a fun and personal way. The club is open to all girls, so no running experience is needed. Led by a dedicated coach, the club will meet three times per week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays) for approximately one hour after school, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 30. At the end of the 10-week program, all girls will have the opportunity to run in a race in Golden Gate Park. Information and permission slips will be handed out during PE class. An information night will be held 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 33. Contact Ms. Saunders for more information.
The Mountain View Educational Foundation (MVEF) is a 501(c)3 organization that raises funds to support our school district. Thanks to the many parents who contribute to MVEF, students from kindergarten to eighth grade receive critical programs such as hands-on science lessons, environmental education, garden-based science classes, art and music lessons, recess programs, leadership workshops, extended-day electives and after-school sports—and more. To support these critical programs, MVEF must raise $600,000 this year. Learn more about the programming budget at www.mvef.org.
Like singing or dancing? Crazy about the environment? Are you a fool for chess or bridge? Want to produce videos for GMS TV but couldn't fit it in your schedule? Check out the clubs and classes held before and after school.
To prevent the spread of illness at school and in the classroom, keep children at home if they have a fever (100 degrees F or higher), plus any of the following:
Cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, headache and/or body aches, chills or fatigue.
Children must be fever free without fever reduction medication for 24 hours before they can return to school. Download the district Health Services Newsletter for more information about medications, health screenings and health at school.
Want some help guiding your teenager into making wise choices, understanding the essentials of raising tweens and teens for success, figuring out what it takes to apply to college? This year's Mountain View Los Altos Parent Education Speaker Series covers those topics and more.
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State law requires that students be immunized against Whooping Cough (Pertussis). Students entering the 7th grade need proof of a Tdap booster shot before starting school. Download Instructions Here.
Una ley de California requiere que los estudiantes estén vacunados contra la tosferina. Instrucciones de descarga aquí.
The GMSTV student staff has taken thousands of photos of student activities, and many are available online! Proceeds are used to maintain GMSTV equipment.
Enter the password, from the office staff and choose an album to view (you may have to enter the password again).
Can you help supervise the growing student body at lunch time? It is a great opportunity to see how middle school students pass their time. It is a paid position, five hours a week. If you are interested, please see Kim Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org.