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Board Meeting Rescheduled
Posted on 02/25/2014
Board Meeting Resheduled  READ MORE...
Safe Schools
Posted on 02/05/2014
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Mesa Vista begins planning for K-8 facility
Posted on 01/24/2014
The Mesa Vista consolidated schools has began the planning process for the new K-8 building which is slated to replace the Ojo Caliente Elementary and the Mesa Vista Middle School.  READ MORE...
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New Time Clocks
Posted on 01/07/2014
I’m hoping that everyone has heard that our Time Clocks are up and running. Surely, there will be a few wrinkles that we are going to have to iron out. However, we're really excited and it was a desperate need for our district to upgrade the time clock system.  READ MORE...
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Staff Meals - 12/2/2013
STAFF MEAL TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE CENTRAL OFFICE FOR $24.00. This will cover 8 lunches.  READ MORE...
A Message from our Superintendent

Dear Parents, Students, Staff, and Community Members:

I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the recently hired Superintendent for the Mesa Vista School District.  As many of you might know I am a former graduate from Mesa Vista High School.  I started my educational career with the Mesa Vista Schools, having taught at the secondary level and serving as an Elementary Principal.  I have been employed in numerous school districts allowing me to gain much needed experience prior to serving as a school superintendent.

Growing up in this district is quite challenging for many families.  Our youth have many obstacles to overcome as they evolve through the educational system.  It is my belief that the schools must be ready and able to delicately transform our youth from childhood to young adults as they get ready to participate productively in our society.  As the educational leader for this district, it is my responsibility to see that our youth are offered abundant educational opportunities preparing them to undertake the most difficult challenges facing them.  I am asking that communities come together and support the educational endeavors of this district.

Our youth are our future, and the school must take charge in paving the way for our youth to take control of their future.  Students must learn to carry the long standing tradition of caring for the precious limited resources that for many families have sustained their way of life.  By bridging and bonding with our communities anything is possible, but we must stand united and ready to meet the challenges.

My immediate priority is making sure that the school district is well prepared to offer a learning environment conducive to academic progression.  Our youth deserve this.  Failure in school will not be an option for our youth or our employees.  All students will succeed. This is the legacy that faculty must instill in their hearts and leave behind as they serve our youth.

Please feel free to come to my office to share any educational issues/ideas that you have.

I am honored and looking forward in serving the needs of students from the Mesa Vista Consolidated School District and surrounding districts.

Sincerely,

Ernesto Valdez