Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Principal: Mr. Al W. Fisher


"I enjoy the responsibility of ensuring that each child in our school receives a quality education. No barrier should separate a child from the best education our school can offer. I appreciate our staff's commitment to instructional excellence and being able to support each of their efforts to give each boy and girl a quality school experience during the crucial years of early childhood."

Welcome to our 2014-2015 school year in our new K-8 building.

Kindergarten through 5th Grade school hours are 8:10 am to 3:10 pm


Student Safety

In order to get each of our nearly 600 K-8 students home safely each day, we ask for parents to please follow the below process if your child is not to go home in the “regular way”.

1. Please send a written & signed note to school with your child outlining your request.

2. Call the school office (782-6202 ex 5201) and let Marlene know your request.

3. If you call the office, please call before 2:30 to give us time to process your request and get necessary notifications out to your child and the staff.

Please remember parents are always welcome at our school. You may volunteer in your student's classroom, our teachers always appreciate your help.

You may eat lunch with your student anytime, just drop by the office to purchase a lunch ticket or bring your own. 

Adults are only $2.75, Preschool guests are $2.00. 

Thank you to all of our parents who are remembering to stay in their car when using the parent drop-off/pick-up loop while dropping off and picking up your children.

Thank you for parking in the main lot when coming into the building.

Mountain View Elementary serves Kindergarten,
First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade Students
Grade  Sections
Average Class Size
  Total Enrollment
First Grade41767
Second Grade31853
Third Grade
Fourth Grade
Fifth Grade42081


State and local school district report cards are critical tools for promoting accountability for schools, local school districts, and States by publicizing data about student performance and program effectiveness for parents, policy makers, and other stakeholders.  Report cards help parents and the general public see where schools and districts are succeeding and where there is still work to do.

A well-informed public is an important resource in the school and district improvement process.

In the same way that data enable educators to make better decisions about teaching and learning, data can also help parents and other community members work more effectively with educators and local school officials to promote school change. Additionally, the more parents and community members know about the academic achievement of their children and their schools, the more likely they are to be involved in their local schools and the public school system. Equipped with information on academic results and teacher quality, parents and community members can make better decisions and choices. For these reasons, States and LEAs receiving Title I funds must prepare and disseminate annual report cards. Please see the following link for our district and State report cards.


Fall 2013 MAP K-5 Reading

Proficient Readers

Non-proficient Readers



 Spring 2014 MAP K-5 Reading

Proficient Readers

Non-proficient Readers



Data-based Decision Making

Reading Goal:  Reduce the number of non-proficient readers by 25% from fall to spring MAP. 


* From Fall to Spring MAP, we reduced the percentage of non-proficient readers by 44%.