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What Administrator/Counselor do I see?

9th Graders (Reclassified 9th Graders see the 10th-12th Administrator assigned to their alpha) - A Hall - A121 - Vesuvius

Administrator - Mr. Thiebaut - thiebaut@aps.edu

Counselors - Ms CdeBaca (A-K) cdebaca_d@aps.edu & Mrs. Mertens (L-Z) - trisha.mertens@aps.edu

Secretary - Mrs. Webb - Cynthia.Webb@aps.edu

10th - 11th Graders Alpha A-GOL - E Hall - E216 - Azuma

Administrator - Mrs. Allen - allen_mt@aps.edu

Counselors - Lena Aragon - aragon_ad@aps.edu

Secretary - Ms. Brown - Katherine.brown@aps.edu

10th - 11th Graders Alpha GOM-O - F Hall - F116 - Kilauea 

Administrator - Mrs. Nunez - nunez_p@aps.edu

Counselors - Mr. Monclova - monclova_r@aps.edu

Secretary - Mrs. Padilla - Jeanette.Padilla@aps.edu

10th - 11th Graders Alpha P-Z - H Hall - H131 - Suribachi

Administrator - Mr. Alzaga - Manuel.Alzaga@aps.edu

Counselors - Mr. Roybal - roybal_m@aps.edu

Secretary - Mrs. Roberts - roberts_ti@aps.edu





Volcano Vista High School Food Drop Off Policy for Students 

For the safety of our students.  The following are policies related to food drop off:

·         Any individual(s) dropping off food for a student must be on the students contact list.  

·         Individual(s) will check into the front office where you will be asked to sign in, and show you identification.  

·         Food will only be exchanged during lunch time, the individual(s) dropping off food must remain in the office at all times to give the student their food and will sign out after the student has received the food. 

·         The secretary will not take any food or call a student out of class to pick up the food.   

·         Food will not be dropped off to students in the parking lots!  


Good Morning Hawks


Today is Friday, December 8, 2017


Please rise for the pledge


As most of you have heard by now, there was a shooting on the Aztec High School campus yesterday. During lunch, today senate will have a poster for you to sign to show our support for the Tigers. We will mail it to them this afternoon. Please stop by the table outside of activities and show your support.


FACULTY: the parent advisory has cinnamon rolls for all of you in the A Hall and E Hall teacher lounges. Please go help yourself.



Finals are next week:

Monday and Tuesday are C-days

Wednesday is 1, 3, 5, 7

Thursday is 1, 2, 4, 6

with make ups on Dec 15th.  If you are not going to be here on those days, you must get approval in advance from your academy principal.  Again, any make up final exams must be approved in advance by your academy principal.  And good luck!


ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR will be on campus tomorrow from 9 to 3 in the A hall area.


ONE HAWK ONE HEART long sleeve t-shirts are on sale in the activities office for $10.00.


eCademy Spring 2018 registration is now open, See your academy counselor if you need Credit Recovery.  Spring eCademy classes begin January 3rd get registered early.


eCADEMY FINAL EXAMS will take place in your ecadlab classes the week of December 11th. If you don’t have a lab class you may take your final in room A208 with Mrs. Garcia by or before 2:40pm on December 12th or 13th. If you can’t make it to the lab on campus you may take you finals at the eCademy campus December 12th or 13th between 3 & 5pm.


ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS. Volcano Vista students have been invited to take part in a college tour of the University of New Mexico on Thursday January 18th. The tour will last all day and free lunch will be provided. Only 20 spots remain please see Mr. Garcia in E224 for more information and to sign up!




METRO SPIRIT: our Talons will perform in the Metro Spirit Competition at 7pm at La Cueva.





METRO SPIRIT: our Cheerleaders will perform in the Metro Spirit Competition at 1pm at La Cueva.




BOYS BASKETBALL: will play Eldorado at 7.

That’s all for your morning announcements Hawks, Have a great day.

And remember

As always

Its Great to be a Hawk



DECA Means Business In Our Community…

  Did you know each year the Volcano Vista DECA Chapter gets recognized for its school and community outreach at the international level? Our students are proud members of our school and community. Over the course of the last several months VVHS DECA assisted with the Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center Fall Carnival, helped host the Sierra Vista Veterans’ Day Color Run, went out to support our Volcano Vista Lady Hawk Volleyball team as a chapter, carved pumpkins for our school, etc. When talking to an active DECA student you will clearly see VVHS DECA prides themselves on supporting our school and community. Below is a list of some of the most recent activities DECA has been involved with:

  On 11/11 DECA students hosted a Color Run on campus to benefit VVHS Athletics and Band and donated almost $400 back to our school.

  From 11/16-11/19 twenty-nine Volcano Vista DECA students attended the Western Region Leadership Conference (WRLC) in Phoenix, AZ. While in Phoenix, students had the opportunity to tour local businesses, meet business entrepreneurs first-hand, attend business conferences, tour schools such as Arizona State University and Galvanize and have an overall good time.

  During the Month of November DECA hosted a canned food drive competition to benefit Roadrunner Food Bank. The Unified Hawks won the campaign and were awarded $100.00. In addition to the hundreds of cans donated by the Volcano Vista community, $371.00 in cash donations were also collected!!

  On 11/29 DECA Officers spent their afternoon shopping for groceries to be used for the Habitat for Humanity’s Lunchbox Builders Program. 

  On Saturday 12/02 VVHS DECA will be making and delivering lunches to volunteers building homes for families in need.

  It’s hard to believe the above is not an exhaustive list of all of the projects DECA is presently involved in. DECA students are in partnership with numerous businesses and nonprofit organizations as they work on their written projects.

  On January 9th DECA will be traveling to the University of New Mexico to compete in our District Competition – Please wish us luck!! If you would like to get involved, we are in need of chaperones! Please email Brian Colburn at COLBURN@aps.edu to join our students as they make a difference in their own lives and our community.



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