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7/8 Grades California Physics Trip
Forty 7th and 8th grade students and five staff members from Mountain View Preparatory took a road trip to California during spring break. While there, the students participated in an amazing physics lesson where they built roller coasters (pictured), learned how the Tower of Terror works and the fundamentals of California Screamin' at California Adventure. They then spent the rest of the day park hopping over to Disneyland. The next day they visited the California Science Center where they got to see the Space Shuttle Endeavor. A big thank you to Project Exploration for always providing us with safe and exciting adventures.
Dr. Seuss Day
MVP students, parents, and grandparents enjoyed a Dr. Seuss-themed green eggs and ham breakfast on Monday, March 2, 2015. Many parents also spent time in their children's classrooms reading books with the students. Pictured here are MVP third grader, Gabrielle Islas, and fifth grader, Anthony Islas, with their grandparents.
Bringing Uruguay to the U.S. Classroom
Mrs. Reay's son, Logan Reay was a guest speaker in Spanish class in December at MVP. He shared some of the cultural differences between Uruguay and the United States. Students were baffled by the the tremendous differences between nations, and learned the importance of learning other languages.