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Monday, July 6, 2020

Boys Soccer Workouts

What:  Boys Soccer Summer Workouts
When:  Tuesdays and Thursdays starting July 14th
Time:  9:00 A.M.
Where:  MHHS Stadium

All students interested in playing Boys soccer should come out to summer workouts starting on June 14th.  Contact coach Soto for further details and join our Remind by texting  @mhbsoccer to 81010.  All students who participate must have their athletic clearance completed.  Visit athleticclearance.com.  


Cross Country Workouts

What:  Cross Country Summer Workouts
Who:  All students interested in running Cross Country this year
When:  Starting July 7th, and every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until school starts
Where:  MHHS Track
Time:  2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.
More Info:  Text @mhhscr to 81010 to join the Remind group

Students, come on out if you are interested in running Cross Country this school year.  Make sure to have your athletic clearance completed, including the COVID waiver form.  We look forward to seeing you out there to get into shape for the upcoming season.

Boys Water Polo

All students interested in playing boys water polo, please take a look at the following information:

We will have virtual practices next week where we will cover the basics of how the game is played and the rules. Here's the details:

Walter Schenck is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: MHHS Boys Water Polo "Practice"
Time: Jul 6, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
        Every day, 4 occurrence(s)
        Jul 6, 2020 07:00 PM
        Jul 7, 2020 07:00 PM
        Jul 8, 2020 07:00 PM
        Jul 9, 2020 07:00 PM
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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Athletic Clearance Reminder

This is a reminder for all students and parents in regards to sports clearances. ALL students who are participating now and in any future sporting activities are REQUIRED to have their sports clearance COMPLETED. Remember, just because you submitted all of your paperwork does not mean you are cleared for activity. DO NOT come to workouts or practices unless you have received the final clearance from our Athletic Director. You will receive confirmation from Home Campus each time you submit documents, but these are not the final confirmation. If the coach at the practice does not have you on the list, even if you believe you have been cleared, you will not be eligible to participate. In most cases, clearances take 24 to 48 hours and are only processed on business days (Monday-Friday). We thank you for your patience as we navigate this process at the beginning of each school year, especially during this global pandemic.

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Boys Basketball Workouts

What:  Boys Basketball Summer Workouts
When:  Tuesdays & Thursdays 
Time:  6:00-8:00 pm.
Where:  Meet in Large Gym.  

All students, incoming Freshmen through Seniors are invited.  Go to athleticclearance.com to get cleared.  You must upload a current physical or a physical or well-child documentation from the 2019-2020 school year and proof of insurance (picture of the front of insurance card).  

Please email Coach Dixon ndixon@lammersvilleusd.net or Coach Galindo gugalindo@lammersvilleusd.net if you have any questions.  

You can also join the MHHS Boys Basketball Remind group by texting @mhhsboysb to 81010.

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

We need your Opinion about School Next Year

We want to thank all the members of our community who filled out the Lammersville Unified School District survey regarding the potential options provided to students in the 2020-2021 school year.  We are now requesting further information to the specific school format that will work best for your child(ren) in your home. We request that you complete the school specific study in order for us to determine the appropriate staffing for the next school year. Your response is very important to us. Please enter a valid email address for your family on this study. You can find a link to this study here: 


We respectfully request your response by Wednesday, July 1, 2020, 4:30 p.m. The valuable data received from the study will allow us time to connect with parents for the best schooling method available for their child(ren).

If you have any questions, please contact the school office at 209-836-7460.
We thank you in advance for completing this study.

Important Links and Information
MHHS Study:

Reopening Schools & Initial Survey Results Presentation to the Governing Board 06/17/20:

Superintendent’s Vignette Episode 4 Update:

MHHS Online Pathway:

SJCOE/SJ Public Health Guidelines for Reopening Schools:

Girls Golf Workouts

What:  Girls Golf Summer Workouts
When:  Mondays and Wednesdays starting 06/22/20 and Saturdays at 5:00 P.M.
Time:  4:30 P.M
Place:  Tracy Golf and Country Club (35200 South Chrisman Road, Tracy, CA 95377)
Contact:  Coach Grant Davis (gdavis@lammersvilleusd.net)

Attention students interested in playing Girls Golf.  Golf workouts are starting NOW!  Get your athletic clearance and sign the athletic waiver in order to participate on athleticclearance.com ASAP and join the Girls Golf team out at Tracy Golf and Country Club.  If you have specific questions, please email coach Davis at gdavis@lammersvilleusd.net.  

Mountain House High School top 10% in the Nation

Mountain House high school has been ranked as one of the high schools in the top 10% of high schools in the nation, and in the top 10% of high schools in the state of California!

Each year, U.S. News and World Report ranks high schools across the nation and in our state.  The organization ranks each school out of the 26,407 high schools across the nation and the 3892 high schools in the state.  Their rankings are based on each school's performance on state assessments, and how well they prepare students for college.  If you are interested in how they rank schools, CLICK HERE for more information. 

For more specific information about our ranking, we encourage you to visit U.S. News and World Report's Education Rankings Website HERE.  

Monday, June 22, 2020

Final Speech and Debate Results 2020

Read this update from our Speech and Debate Coach, Mikendra McCoy:

This week has been an emotional roller coaster ... it is officially the national tournament for speech and debate!!! 
This culminating activity is the capstone for a years worth of planning, preparation and practice... and the results prove it! πŸ€“

The national tournament has been happening since 1931 and is the largest academic competition in the world ... with over 4500 high school students competing and over 1500 schools represented  ... needless to say it’s a big deal! πŸ˜³

The struggle is real too though ... this year we were supposed to be in Albuquerque, NN instead we are behind screens and in zoom meetings... but, the fact remains physically in NM or comfortably in our living rooms, we are competing ... students voices are being heard and stories are being shared... the excitement is palpable, the thrill exhilarating and the reality is that these kids are awesome! πŸ₯°

I, and everyone involved in speech and debate, all 140,000 members, are very grateful for the national Speech & Debate Association for all they’ve done to make this opportunity possible for students in the midst of the crisis. 

Please congratulate the following Mountain House High School students that have been competing this week at the national tournament: πŸ‘πŸΌ

Dhruva Kolikineni, Pranavanand Tadepalli in World Schools debate. (WSD) 
Aashril Shazar in International Extemp (IX) Astrid Mann in Original Oratory (OO) 
Yakshi Gupta, Sanayia Dhanoa in DUO Interpretation (DUO)  
Vishnu Matta in Humorous Interpretations (HI) and Sahityasree Subramanian in National Extemporaneous (NX) 

But wait ... there’s even more good news…😬
Every student is guaranteed a set number of preliminary rounds…then when the “breaks” come in you start to separate the field from excellent to superior ... 

Our very own have made history!!! πŸ†πŸ…πŸ†
For the first time, from Mountian House high school, SAHITYASREE SUBRAMANIAN made it to the top 60, advancing to the octofinals in National Extemp!!! 🀩πŸ₯³unbelievable...!!!! 

And VISHNU MATTA made it to the quarterfinal rounds ... the top 30 in the country ... in Humorous Interpretation!!!!! 
😎πŸ€ͺ... that’s just incredible!!!

There is no doubt that these young folks are making a difference in their immediate spheres, our community and on national stages... this accomplishment is certainly one to be recognized!!! 

Way to go mustangs!!!! 
Proud of all you have done from first meetings to final rounds you are a force to be reckoned with and spectacular students who have, and will continue to, change the world!!! πŸ’™

Girls Volleyball Summer Workouts

Attention all students interested in Girls Volleyball workouts for the summer.  Here is your schedule for Workouts through July 10th

Wednesday June, 24
Friday, June 26
Monday, June 29
Friday, July 3
Monday, July 6
Wednesday, July 8
Friday, July 10

Juniors & Seniors will be from 4:00pm-5:00pm.
Freshmen & Sophomores will be from 5:00pm-6:00pm. 

The dates following July 10 is TBA. 

Make sure to complete your athletic clearance BEFORE showing up to practice.  This clearance will include the required COVID19 Waiver.  Students who are unable to get an appointment for a physical due to the pandemic may temporarily upload a physical or well-child check from the last calendar year.

Friday, June 19, 2020

Girl's Water Polo Conditioning

What:  Girls Water Polo Conditioning
When:  Monday through Friday starting 06/22/20
Time:  4pm to 6pm
Who:  ALL students interested in playing girls water polo 

Attention ALL students interested in participating in girls water polo!  Conditioning with Coach Bauer will begin on Monday, June 22nd from 4pm to 6pm.  These conditioning workouts will be held Monday through Friday.  

Even if you have never played water polo before, if you can swim, we invite you out to conditioning to try it out!  This is a great way to get in shape for the season, and even learn a new sport!  
Remember that all students who participate must complete their athletic clearance INCLUDING filling out the new waiver.  Visit athleticclearance.com to complete your clearance.  

Also, for students unable to get in for a physical because of the decreased availability of doctors, you may temporarily use your physical from last year, or a well-child check from last year as your physical until you are able to get in for a physical.  New physicals will be required before actual practices start in the fall.

We hope to see you at the pool on Monday!

Thursday, June 18, 2020

Fall Athletic Conditioning

As we begin to look towards coming back to school in the fall, Lammersville Unified school district, in collaboration with multiple state and local health, educational and interscholastic agencies have decided to begin athletic conditioning as soon as the week of June 22, 2020.  

While we understand that not all families are ready to send their students back out in public due to individual considerations for student health, and the health of the family, we also want to acknowledge that there are some who are ready to start getting back to some semblance of normalcy.  As we begin to go back to summer conditioning, families will be required to log back in to the Athleticclearance.com website to read and fill out the MHHS and LUSD Athletic Conditioning Information and Waiver/Release of Liability form.  This information and waiver/release form has all of the information about the processes and procedures that will be followed as we begin conditioning for fall sports.  We will be advertising conditioning dates and times in the near future.  ALL STUDENTS WHO WISH TO PARTICIPATE IN CONDITIONING MUST HAVE THE WAIVER SIGNED AND THE ATHLETIC CLEARANCE COMPLETED BEFORE PARTICIPATING.

If you wish for your child to attend athletic conditioning this summer, we encourage you to go into  Athleticclearance.com TODAY, read the information, and sign the waiver.  

We look forward to seeing our students return to campus in small groups as we start these summer workouts, and hope that you will contact us if you have any questions.

Columbia University Summer Programs

Columbia University has programs for high school students who are interested in learning more about Ivy League schools and what its like to go to one.  Courses are taught by university faculty, and students can earn credits over the summer.  If you are interested, take a look:  http://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Extra Yearbook Pickup Day

Extra yearbook pick up day! If you didn't have a chance to pick yours up yesterday, Mrs. Nunn will be in the office Friday (6/12) 8:30-11:30 for yearbook pick up. Please bring your ID, wear a mask, and practice social distancing when entering campus.