The Monte Vista Keynoters is a non-profit 501(c)3 parent and community booster organization making high quality Instrumental Music (IM) education possible at Monte Vista High School. The Keynoters organization provides the funds and volunteers required to operate our successful and award-winning program. Since neither the School District or the State provides funding for the IM program, we are self-funded by class donations from parents and fundraising. We rely on parent donations to cover approximately 70% of the total annual IM program budget. The remaining 30% of funding comes from several fundraisers that Keynoter volunteers produce and manage each year.
Parent donations to the Keynoters directly benefit your student, covering the many costs necessary to sustaining a quality Instrumental Music program. These costs include items such as:
Entry fees and transportation costs for competitions
Instrument purchase and repair
Coaches and clinicians
Equipment and facilities improvement
Please select the link from this page to review the current budget. For more information on how the Keynoters Budget is determined, we invite you to attend the Keynoters general meetings, held regularly throughout the school year.
Co-Presidents: Jane Last & Eon Newquist
Vice President: Joe McHale
Treasurer: Jill Engen
VP of Communications: Angel Dillon
VP of Fundraising: Sandra Regan
Recording Secretary: Jenni Rhee
Member at Large: Lezelle Bezuidenhout
Member at Large/ Grant Writer: Mark Tu
Director: Ed Cloyd,
The Keynoters Board of Directors meets regularly throughout the year and holds general meetings where the membership is invited to attend. Parents must be a current member to vote at Keynoter meetings.
All families are invited and encouraged to join the Monte Vista Keynoters. Membership is included in your class donation that supports the MVHS Instrumental Music (IM) program. Note: You must be a current member to vote at Keynoter meetings.
Click here for more information on class donations.
Don't miss your chance to volunteer for your student! SRVUSD requires all volunteers to register
The SRVUSD requires all adults who wish to volunteer on a school campus, in classrooms or drive and chaperone on field trips to register on their Volunteer Management System to better track and provide the appropriate level of clearance for volunteers. Parents MAY NOT chaperone or drive students unless they are cleared prior to the event. The process generally takes 2 weeks so register early! Contact Chris Watson (email@example.com or 925-552-2863) in the MVHS Counseling office with questions.