James LoChirco breaking outside
Jayden Jean all alone headed for a TD

Front Row: Anthony Gordon, Graham Kugele, Addison Romprey & Dukens Maurin
Back Row: Rupa Raj, Anthony Russo-Penta, Brianna Nwachukwu & Marcus Ashdown

 

Kindergarten Students of the Week

Kristina Tayag, Carmella Spadafora, Oliver Similien & Danyel Vincente

Request To Attend Forms for our enrollment lottery are available by clicking this link. This form is for new families who are seeking enrollment for their child(ren). Existing families with children who currently attend the school will receive a Sibling Request To Attend Form via email from the Business office.

Please note that our Enrollment Policy is in the process of being updated as a result of new recently enacted guidelines from the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. We expect to have our updated Enrollment Policy available on our web site by December 1st. Check back after that date to get more information about the enrollment process.

Our Lottery will be held on Thursday evening, January 8th at 7:00 PM at 576 Eastern Avenue in Malden. Deadline to submit Request To Attend Forms for that lottery is Friday, January 2, 2015. Any Request To Attend Form received after that date will not be processed for the January 8th lottery.

Open Houses Dates Scheduled

Mystic Valley has scheduled its annual series of Open House dates during which parents of prospective students can visit the school. This year the Open House dates are: Friday, Nov. 7th 8:30 AM; Thursday, Nov. 13th 7:00 PM; Wed., Nov. 19th 8:30 AM; Mon., Nov. 24th 7:00 PM and Tues., Dec. 9th 8:30 AM.


  
Men's winner Colin Stanton and Meghan Foley
Team celebrating their latest win

  


 Mystic Valley Charter School senior Sarah Terrazano was recently named a Commended Student in the2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. 
Sarah is from Wakefield where she lives with her parents Judith and Stephen and her brother Jason. She is very active at Mystic Valley serving as a member of many different clubs most noteworthy of which being that she is the President of the National Honor Society and the editor of the Literary Magazine.
Mystic Valley Assistant Director for grades 9-12, Alex Dan, was very pleased to hear the news and commented: “It is a great pleasure for me to congratulate Sarah and her family on such a wonderful accomplishment. Her designation as a commended student is a sign that she has the potential for great academic success even beyond the walls of Mystic Valley.”
A Letter of Commendation from the school and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by Mystic Valley Assistant Director, Alex Dan to this scholastically talented senior.
About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by taking the 2012 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).
“The young men and women being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC. “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation. We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.”


  

The Mystic Valley Key Club will be holding their annual Cookie Dough Fundraiser beginning on Thursday, October 2nd and continuing until October 16th. Orders may be placed directly through Key Clubbers or online at www.cherrydale.com. Orders that are placed in person will be delivered to the club during the week of 11/17 – just in time for Thanksgiving! Online orders may be made in support of a specific student or to the Key Club in general. Please be sure to click the link indicating your support of the Key Club. If you are looking to support the club in general, please enter “Key Club” as the student name. All online orders will be processed directly through Cherrydale Farms, with Mystic Valley receiving credit for the sales.

The Key Club earns 40% of all cookie dough sales. Our goal is to raise $6000. The money raised will be used to support our district projects: The Eliminate Project, Camp Sunshine, Children of Peace International, and the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute (KPTI). Our first district project event will be to use a portion of the money raised to purchase fleece. Our goal is to make a minimum of 100 fleece blankets and donate them to KPTI at the Tufts Floating Hospital in Boston in December.

This is the second fundraiser of the year for the club which held a car wash at the high school. Proceeds of the car wash went to the benefit of Respond in Somerville, New England’s first domestic violence agency. The club will adopt a family for the holidays and will use the funds raised at the car wash to purchase gifts for everyone.

Front Row: Nicholas Thermenos, Zoe Psallidas, Frankie Xu & Katie Gou
Back Row: Kate Story, Kris Vu, Chris Wu & Kenny Xu


 
Kindergarten Students of the Week
Shanissa Anastal, Madeline D’Angelo, Darren Kearney & Jayden Allen

Jayden Jean scoring his fourth TD of the game