Our fifth graders learned a lot and had fun as they got to participate in NASA's Mission to Mars Project.
What is Mission to Mars?
In this standards-aligned project, students learn about Mars, design a mission to explore the planet, build and test model spacecraft and components, and engage in scientific exploration. The unit takes students through seven stages, including learning about the planet, planning the mission, designing the spacecraft, launching, landing, surface operations, and sample handling.
ATTENTION GCCS COMMUNITY: All Schools and District Offices will be closed on April 15th in recognition of Good Friday. Please enjoy the long weekend and have a very Happy Easter.
Pre-registration for Pre-K students will begin on April 18, 2022.
The GCCS School Board will hold an Electronic Meeting on Tuesday, April 5th at 5:30 p.m.
To access the meeting, go to gccs.k12.nm.us and click on meeting link.
Thank you to our Cheer Team for kicking off Autism Awareness Month with an awesome performance! They also put together the Autism Puzzle Pieces Banner that several of our students decorated. Also, a huge shout-out to our Cheer Coaches for putting all of this together! (Ms. Sandoval, Ms. Flores, Ms. Masiglat, and Mr. Catapang)
We are asking Mesa View Students and Staff to wear blue for Autism Awareness, tomorrow, April 1st!
It's almost time for the Annual 6th Grade Track Meet! April 26 at Grants High School! Events begin at 8:30 a.m.
"Start Fast and Finish Strong! Never, Never Give Up!"
The Little Mermaid is almost here. The show will be at the PAC at GHS on April 8th and 9th at 7 pm each night. Tickets are $10 at the door or online https://grants-high.gccs.k12.nm.us/
Come and support our Performing Art Students next weekend!
Attention GCCS Community: The next School Board Meeting has been scheduled.
❄️All GCCS schools are on a 2 hour delay today, Friday, March 11th. Be safe out there!
Calling all Mesa View families! Please make plans to attend the Parent Meeting that is scheduled for tomorrow, March 10th at 5:30pm in the library. There will be important information concerning the district budget, student attendance, gifted programs and much more.
And the Grants-Cibola County Educator of the Year Award goes to... Mesa View's very own... Amy Cameron! Ms. Cameron is very deserving of this award, as she always puts the students first, going above and beyond all that is expected of her. Congratulations Ms. Cameron!🥳📚
WooHoo!!! Let's all give a big "SHOUT OUT" to Mesa View staff for recognizing their students with perfect attendance for February. 87 students didn't miss a day and received a ticket for a snack. Thanks to our Outreach/EWS team & all of you for supporting our students.
These very proud students from Mrs. Emerson's Kindergarten have learned their sight words, and were very excited to have a lunch date with Mrs. Griego. Good job everyone! 🙂
Over the past few weeks, Mrs. Holden's 4th graders have been reading and learning about famous people through their biography unit in reading. Now that they have researched a famous person, the students have written biography essays in class. At home, each student was asked to create a "Bottle Biography" (a plastic bottle that is decorated to look like the person they researched.) *Shout out to all the parents who helped out with this at-home project!
These students worked very hard and deserve to be showcased!
Please see the attached revision for Tuesdays Electronic Work Session. It will now be a School Board Training Work Session. Thank You for your understanding.