News & Updates
The Impact Printing SpiritWear Truck will be rolling up to DSST during Parent-Teacher Conferences! Stop by on Friday, December 13th from 3-6pm (maybe later) and purchase your "made to order" hoodies. Two new styles! Perfect for gift giving!
Can't make it? Looking for a different style? You can always purchase all your SpiritWear at: http://dsstknights.com/DSST_Montview_MS/shop/home
DSST: Montview High School is hosting a presentation by pulmonologist Dr. Roark
Thursday, November 21st
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Greenberg Commons - Montview H.S.
For more information regarding this presentation and school policies surranding vaping click here.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Fall weather is quickly coming upon us, and with that, it’s important to restate our updated policy for the 2019-2020 school year regarding our before and after school hours and supervision policies.
All of these policies have been created to ensure the safety of our community.
Before School: Students may be on campus and enter the HS cafeteria at 7:30 am and no sooner, unless participating in a supervised activity. Adult supervision in the cafeteria begins at 7:30 am.
After School: All students must leave the building and campus within 15 minutes of dismissal. Students remaining on campus who are enrolled in sports, clubs, or academic interventions (CP, MT) must leave immediately upon the completion of these events.
We understand that, for some families, there are parental/guardian work and obligations after school that can make timely pick up challenging. However, as a school we need to ensure that students are supervised and also must honor the needs of our faculty and staff to maintain reasonable hours.
We do not provide childcare outside of the hours listed above and it is the expectation students are not on campus (building and grounds) outside of these times. This is an expectation and responsibility for parents and guardians to ensure this happens.
It is important to ensure your student comes to school prepared with the appropriate clothing for cold weather: a proper jacket, hat, gloves, or outerwear is essential. If you need assistance acquiring these items, please reach out to your child’s advisor and/or social worker (Emma Kravitz, MS or Sam Lapres, HS).
Thank you for your support of ensuring the safety and well-being of our students and school community. We are happy to discuss these concerns individually with families and work to problem solve as issues arise.
Eva Rodrigues and Josh Hugo,DSST: Montview Associate School Directors