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Title: Mt Miguel High School Freshman Advisory and Mentor Program


1
Mt Miguel High SchoolFreshman Advisory and
Mentor Program
  • MATADOR HISTORY AND TRADITIONS

2
WHY STUDY HISTORY AND TRADITION?
  • History and tradition is why we are proud to be
    Matadors.
  • We want you to learn about Mt Miguel's history
    and accomplishments so you will work to achieve
    the same way Matadors have for nearly 50 years.

? The Original Bull
3
ATHLETICS
  • MATADORS HAVE BROUGHT HOME 16 CIF CHAMPIONSHIPS
    IN OUR ALMOST 50 YEAR HISTORY

4
CIF CHAMPIONSHIPS
  • Football (1)
  • 1960-61 Coach - Harry Johnston
  • Girls Basketball (3) Coach - Robbie Sandoval
  • 2002-03
  • 2003-04
  • 2004-05
  • Boys Basketball (1) Coach -  Dick
    Ridgeway 1967-68

5
CIF CHAMPIONSHIPS
  • Softball (5)
  • 1977-78 -Jane Trude 1978-79
  • 1979-80 1984-85 -Carol Oadefardt
  • 1996-97 -Kathy Worley
  • Wrestling (5)
  • 1960-61 1967-68 1970-71
  • 1971-72 1985-86
  • Boys Track (1)
  • 1988-89 -Mark Senior

6
SPIRIT
  • Red and Black Fridays
  • Homecoming
  • Spirit Week/Spirit Days
  • Spirit Bus
  • ASB
  • Dances/Special Events/Prom
  • The Dagger Wrestling vs. Helix
  • The Claymore Football vs. Helix

7
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • Science Building
  • The Science building burned down on October 30,
    1997. It started around 520am.
  • There was re-modeling being done. And while a
    sub-contractor was working welding a copper pipe
    the embers from the weld flew up into the wall
    and started the fire.
  • The re-building of the Science building took a
    total of 2 years and it was a 4year loss. It took
    2 years before the construction to design and
    raise money for the remodeling.
  •  

8
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • Football Field
  • The football field has been here since the school
    opened but the bleachers were put in place
    10years later.
  • The school received a new score board, lights and
    P.A. system 2years ago (2004).
  • Air conditioning
  • Cal-Trans provided our air-conditioning in the
    100 and 200 buildings and the cafeteria because
    of freeway noise. The windows are also sound
    proof and cannot be opened.

9
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • Office
  • The front office burnt down in 1983 because of a
    mad student. It burnt down from the principals
    office to the counselors buildings.
  • Pool
  • There was no pool on campus when the school was
    built. It was placed in 1980. But the school
    managed to use Carmen Ranch Pool. (Down the
    street from the school.)

10
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  •  50-Year Money
  • The school gets bond money. Community members
    invest in bonds to help remodel schools.
    Investors get their money back plus interest. The
    taxpayers pay back the interest. The money will
    go to construction upgrades.
  • The remodeling will include a new theater.
  • There are plans to renovate the football field
    with new lights and artificial turf within the
    next two years.

11
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • Areas on campus
  • The 700 buildings were not here in 60s.
  • We used to have a redwood Matador statue. It
    stood 8-9 feet high. A rival school pulled a
    prank and chopped it into pieces and burned it.
    Now its replaced with the cement Matador.

12
The Original Matador
  • To the left is the original "Mat" the Matador.
     This picture is from the 1963 year book.  He was
    carved from a Redwood tree by Gene Blome.  He was
    found on exhibition at the Del Mar Fair and
    purchased by the class of '58 for 600.

13
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • SUCCESS ACADEMY
  • Its an alternative school for students who
    dont work well in conventional class rooms. Its
    a new approach to high school. Its permanent
    fixture to the school.

14
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • We used to have WHAT?
  • The school used to have a boiler to heat the
    whole school. It would run hot water under the
    tile and the heat would come up from the floor.
    (The 300 building is still heated this way!)
  • The pipes would break. The tiles are different
    colors because of jack hammering the tiles from
    fixing the pipes from under the floor.

15
OUR CAMPUS How has it changed? How will it
change?
  • Whats New?
  • The electric Marquee
  • Restoring class gifts
  • Security cameras and guards
  • Laptops
  • Desks
  • Freeway
  • Personalized vending machines
  • Intercoms
  • E-backpacks

16
MMHS CLUBS
  • ASB
  • Academic League
  • Speech Team
  • AASU
  • Anime Club
  • Art Club
  • Bull Pen
  • Choir
  • CSF
  • SAAB
  • Dance Team
  • El Trov- Newspaper
  • French Club
  • Golf Club
  • History Club
  • Human Relations
  • Interact Club
  • Kiwins
  • Soccer Club
  • Gay-Straight Alliance
  • BAND

17
MMHS Clubs (Continued)
  • Science Research Club
  • Si Se Puede
  • Spanish Club
  • MMHS Step Team
  • Pacific Islander Association
  • Peer Mediation
  • Virtual Enterprise
  • Friday Night Live
  • AVID
  • Spoken Word Club
  • Cheer
  • JROTC
  • Yearbook
  • Link Crew
  • Philosophes
  • Christian Club
  • Hope Club
  • Chess Club

18
Matadors in the News
  • Photo Appeared with
  • Junior cadets are on a mission Mount Miguel
    girls squad heading to national tourney
  • By Sharon A. HeilbrunnSan Diego Union Tribune
  • March 5, 2006

Mount Miguel High School's Junior ROTC Unarmed
Drill Team practiced for a national championship
in May.
19
Matadors in the News
  • Mount Miguel's LaShawn Johnson drives hard to the
    basket for the score in the CIF Division II
    championship contest. (Photo by Greg
    Eichelberger)
  • Mount Miguel Girls Basketball played for the
    Southern California Division Two Title in 2005.

20
R.O.P. Programs Restaurant Experience
  • Mt Miguel has a restaurant on campus!
  • You can eat at our restaurant in the cafeteria
    Monday-Thursday 400-545pm in the teachers
    lounge next to the cafeteria.
  • You can get a soup/salad, entrée, and dessert for
    only 4.

21
R.O.P. Programs Plastics and Guitar Making
  • Mt Miguel students work in one of the most
    established ROP plastics programs in the county,
    if you are interested in working with your hands
    with wood or plastic, see Mr. McGrath to find out
    how you can get involved in his Industrial
    Technologies pathway.
  • Mt Miguel students also make guitars! This year,
    Mr. McGrath (Industrial Technologies Pathway Lead
    Teacher) established a partnership with Taylor
    Guitars to bring an exciting new program on
    campus, one of only two in our district!

22
Mt Miguel Choir
  • Mt Miguel has several opportunities in Choir.
    With a Concert Choir, Gospel Choir, and Ladies
    Honor Show Choir, Matadors sing their way to many
    awards. We have received gold and silver rankings
    along with best vocalist awards at competitions
    at Disneyland, Magic Mountain, San Francisco, and
    Las Vegas. They also perform in local concerts
    and the choir organizes our annual Valentines Day
    Singing Telegrams. Buy one for a friend!

23
Speech Team
  • Mt Miguels Speech team, advised by Mr. Gomes,
    has been one of the most award winning teams in
    the San Diego Imperial Valley speech league. Mt
    Miguel speakers have won state and national
    awards in Dramatic, Humorous, and Original
    Oratory speeches. The team travels extensively
    throughout San Diego, California, and the Nation.
    See Mr. Gomes to learn more about Speech.

24
Marching Matadors
  • Known as the Marching Matadors, our band has
    been a presence in San Diego County since our
    school opened. WE have marched in the world
    famous Rose Parade 11 times, and have won many
    awards and competitions. The Band attends and
    performs at all home football games. We also have
    an alumni band that plays in parades and
    competition in San Diego County. They also play
    with the band at homecoming. Mr. Hutton advises
    the band.

25
Mount Miguel Alumni
26
STAFF/ALUMNIAll of these staff members went to
Mt Miguel
  • Annette Stamos, English Dept
  • Nathan Samuels, Science Dept
  • Quentin Hill, Campus Supervisor
  • Shirley Jaecks, VPs Office
  • Cece Elliot, Counseling Office
  • Robbie Sandoval, Supervisor/Coach
  • Dan Codina, Campus Supervisor
  • Fred Shaw, Coach
  • Suzette Gamez, Receptionist
  • Mike Cervantes, Coach
  • Elia Ortega, Counseling Office
  • Gary Cooper, English Dept
  • Chris Conwright, Coach
  • Jason Poovey, Coach
  • Hula, Local Radio Host Channel 93.3

27
Mount Miguel All Star Robert Griffith
  • Griffith played high school football and track
    at Mount Miguel High School where he earned
    All-CIF honors. Griffith played college football
    at San Diego State University. He made the Pro
    Bowl after the 1999 season after starting in all
    sixteen games, making three interception and 129
    tackles. The Robert Griffith Foundation provides
    college scholarships for at risk and
    disadvantaged youth in San Diego.

28
Mount Miguel All Star Khalif Barnes
  • Barnes attended Mount Miguel High School in
    Spring Valley, California, where he starred in
    both, football and basketball. In football, he
    recorded nine sacks and 120 tackles as a senior,
    was a two-time All-League selection, a two time
    All-CIF selection, a member of the San Diego
    Union Tribunes All-Academic first team, voted
    the Conference Defensive MVP, and a recipient of
    two votes in the Long Beach Press Telegrams
    "Best of the West" team. In basketball, he won
    All-Conference honors. Also an excellent student,
    he was a four time Golden Pyramid Scholar.

29
Matador Athletics
MMHS offers the following athletic opportunities
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Soccer
  • Water Polo
  • Tennis
  • Track and Field
  • Wrestling
  • Volleyball
  • Swimming
  • Softball
  • Golf
  • Gymnastics

30
MMHS Artists at work
  • Mt Miguel students participate annually in two
    exciting art events.
  • Chalk La Strada is held in Little Italy and
    brings artists together to create sidewalk art.
  • Chalk La Quada is Mount Miguels own version of
    Chalk La Strada.
  • Students reserve areas of the quad for amazing
    demonstrations of art.
  • Students work in teams for several days creating
    the pieces that you will see on display later
    this year in the quad. If you want to participate
    in this activity, see Ms A. in room 664.

31
Chalk La Strada 2006
32
BIOCHEM
  • v    Mt Miguel is known all over the county by
    schools who are jealous of the 26 science fair
    awards we won last year. Our students have won
    thousands of dollars in scholarships and even a
    trip to Japan! Mr. Linke advises the Biochem
    program.

33
10 REASONS WERE PROUD TO BE MATADORS
  • ROTC Girls Unarmed Drill Team is 1 in the
    State!!!
  • We are the 4th oldest school in the district!
  • Our girls basketball team is a dynasty with a
    3-peat CIF championship.
  • We have the most caring staff in the district.
  • We have spirit busses and a rowdy student section
    at athletic events and games! Go Matadors!

34
10 REASONS WERE PROUD TO BE MATADORS
  • We have an outstanding award winning speech team!
  • Last year, MMHS students took home 26 science
    fair awards for San Diego County.
  • Interesting and Unique career pathway and academy
    options.
  • First Link Crew Freshman Advisory program ever!!!
  • Best Freshmen classes in the history of the
    world!!!
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