Quality of Education in FUHSD
John Dwyer presented an analysis of the results of the recent survey of parent perceptions of the quality of education in our district and talked about parent involvement in developing the District’s 3-year improvement plan, the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Mr Dwyer is the Principal on Special Assignment – Stakeholder Engagement, Fremont Union High School District.
Missed Mr Dwyer's presentation?
See the info that was presented:
- LCFF & LCAP Overview
- FUHSD 3 Year LCAP Summary
- FUHSD 2016 Parent Survey Results
- LCAP Steakholder Input
LCAP - Local Control Accountability Plan
LCFF - Local Control Funding Formula
SafeRoutes2School Cupertino is part of a national initiative aimed at improving the health and safety and communities by decreasing the number of cars on the road. It does so using a combination of infrastructure improvements, education strategies, and encouragement campaigns to entice more students to transport themselves to and from school actively. To read more about the National Safe Routes to School Program click here. Our school has been selected as one of Cupertino’s six pilot schools to work directly with the City’s Safe Routes to School Coordinator and FUHSD staff to work on projects that will improve traffic safety conditions around Monta Vista High School, educate our parents and students about traffic safety, and encourage more of our students to walk, bike, carpool, or take public transportation to and from school. Please take some time to learn more about SafeRoutes2School Cupertino by reading the webpage, and if you’d like to get involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
MV students want to know what you think about competitive culture. Verdadera is a campus publication dedicated to bridging the gap between students and parents through anonymous sharing of experiences and opinions. To learn more about Verdadera and submitting experiences from the student and parent perspective Click Here.
Anonymous submissions from both students and parents will be published in an upcoming issue of Verdadera. We hope that together, we can make positive change.
Where: Monta Vista Campus
When: June 1st, 9pm to June 2, 5am.
More Info about the party & how you can help ...
Community Advisory Committee
The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) is a group of parents, educators and community members who provide input to the administration and school boards of Special Education Local Planning Area (SELPA) II. CAC sponsors educational and training programs related to special education at local school (in CUSD) every other month with business meetings held alternate months.
The CAC's goal is to provide information about and support for the varying needs of our students. For more information visit the CAC website:
Boys Water Polo
Girls Water Polo
Swimming & Diving
Track & Field
Link for game schedules
Monta Vista Art Boosters