Cats on the Prowl
In only its second year, the Wildcat Battalion from MVHS had an outstanding showing among the 16 best Marine Corps JROTC high school drill teams on Saturday, April 13th. The Wildcat Battalion Inspection and Unarmed Regulation Platoons, led by c/LTCol London Rizzi and c/Maj Angela Schrader, both finished 5th place and the Armed Regulation Platoon, led by c/GySgt Jesse Scott, finished 6th. Individual standouts were c/LtCol London Rizzi and c/Capt Joseph Smoot who finished 3rd and 4th respectively in the armed knockout competition among 500+ cadets in attendance. C/LtCol London Rizzi and c/GySgt Jesse Scott were both singled out by the judges as being outstanding commanders of their respective platoons.
Congratulations to our JROTC Wildcats!
For the first time this year, the MVHS Performing Arts Department participated in the Riverside Awards for Excellence in High School Musical Theater competition with our production of Mamma Mia. We were the only school nominated in every category. The awards will be presented at the Riverside Theater on June 10, 2019.
Best Actor - Austin Butcher, Best Actress - Karoline Colucci, Best Supporting Actor - Mason Oberle, Best Supporting Actress - Sydney Givler, Best Featured Actor - Jack Miles, Best Featured Actress - Mackenzie Phillips. They also received nominations for all Director, Music, Dance, Orchestra and Technical Crew (set design, light design, costume design, and technical execution).
Congratulations to all the students that participated in the Spring Musical Mamma Mia! We are so proud of this incredible group of students!
The Optimist Club Student of the Month for April is William Christ Congratulations William!