Mountain View Voice

News - April 26, 2013

Community Briefs

Spring Family Parade

The Mountain View Recreation Division is presenting the 35th Annual Spring Family Parade on Saturday, April 27. It will start on Castro Street at Villa Street and continue down Castro Street into Pioneer Park, located directly behind Mountain View City Hall.

The parade will begin at noon and run till 3 p.m, featuring over 50 of Mountain View's local groups. At Pioneer Park, attendees will find food, live entertainment, crafts, and games. The El Camino YMCA will also be hosting free children's activities to celebrate Healthy Kids Day.

For information contact Lauren Merriman, recreation supervisor, at 903-6618 or by E-mail at lauren.merriman@mountainview.gov.

MVHS principal search

Mountain View High School is enlisting parents and community members in its hunt for a new principal to replace the outgoing Keith Moody, who has been promoted to head the high school district's adult education program.

Anyone wishing to contribute to the process is asked to come and share their thoughts during the first 45 minutes of the MVHS Parent Teacher and Student Association meeting on April 29 at 7 p.m., according to Barry Groves, superintendent of the Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District

"We would like to invite you to give us your input to ensure that the person selected for the job of the principal brings experiences, trainings and personal and professional characteristics that are consistent with our community's expectations for this role," Groves wrote in a MVLA press release. Those who are unable to attend, can email suggestions and comments to Groves at barry.groves@mvla.net.

Nick Veronin

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