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LIFE AT THE VIEW - Welcome to Mountain View Elementary School! 

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News for 2018-19 School Year

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL/CLASS POSTINGS

The first day of school for the 2018-19 school year will be Wednesday, August 15th and classes will be posted the day before school starts by 4:00 pm on the office windows.

 

SCHOOL HOURS

The warning bell rings at 7:55 am.  Your child should be lined up on the yard at 7:55 am. The tardy bell rings at 8:00 am. Attendance Matters.  Be on time. Gates open at 7:35 am.  Give yourself extra time to drop off students in the morning.  Remember there is traffic around all schools.  Give your-self a few extra minutes to drop off or park and walk your child in.  REMEMBER:  On time is late.  Early is on time. Lets work toward EXCELLENT ATTENDANCE!!!

 

 

AERIES PARENT PORTAL

You need to log in after July 1 to complete the Aeries parent portal.  This is mandatory.  This must be done every year. Complete all sections by checking off items and hitting submit.  At the end it will say thank you if you completed it correctly and it will send the school an email.  You need to use a computer. It does not let you complete all sections on a phone or tablet.  We will have an incentive for every classroom that has 100% complete by August 14. 

 

KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT PACKETS & IMMUNIZATIONS

Kindergarten enrollment packets must be completed and turned into the school office by August 6.  Per California state law, up-to-date immunizations will be required for all TK/JK/K  students prior to the first day of school. No grace period or exceptions will be made. Personal belief waivers no longer apply.  Physical exam and Dental exams are also required.  

 

TK/JK/KINDERGARTEN ORIENTATION 3:30 PM. 

GRADES 1-6 WELCOME BACK SOCIAL 4:00-5:00 PM

August 14, Classroom assignments will be posted.  Orientation will take place on Tuesday, August 14 at 3:30 pm for TK & Kinder.  Your child will get to meet their teacher, see their classroom and meet new friends. Don’t forget to bring your checkbook or cash on this day for the following items:

Spirit clothing, Tee shirts, sweatshirts and more. Prices start at $15.00.

Build a wolf (mascot) $20.00  Please pre-order.

Fun & wild headphones to use with school technology $10.00

Dippin Dots Ice Cream $4.00

Student Store items. .50 - $3.00

 

Breakfast & Lunch. 

Set up your on-line account at https://www.myschoolbucks.com/ver2/login/getmain?requestAction=home (go to MTiV website, go to café menu and there are links to set up your account). Breakfast is served from 7:35 am —7:50 am. 

 

STUDIO MOVIE GRILL TICKETS

Don’t forget to purchase your movie tickets  for the summer.  Cost per ticket is $10.00.  MViT makes 50% of all ticket sales.  This is a great fundraiser.  No expiration date on the movie tickets.  Call the school office to arrange to pick up movie tickets during the Summer. 

 

 

Student Council News

Congratulations to our new Student Leadership Council officers:

President: Nikki Mix

Vice President: Mackenna Manning

Secretary: Isabelle McClain

Link to Past Videos: MViT YouTube Channel

 

 

Home of Mountain View Interactive Technology - MViT

A bright future starts with an IDEA. At MViT students start their scholastic journey on a path that seamlessly blends educational technology and academics. This environment promotes creativity and helps our staff to meet the unique needs of each student. Our hope is to inspire students, promote new ways to solve problems and shed light on how students can use technology--now and in the future--to learn.

 

  • INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY: Teachers utilize and embed multiple educational technology tools into the instructional day across curricular content to enhance collaboration and communication, support the mastery of standard and foster innovation and creative problem solving.
  • DIGITAL DISCOVERY:  Students engage in collaborative partnerships such as cross-age tech/STEM buddies, teacher-led workshops and the MViT Tech Squad to expand student proficiency in accessing and using digital content, multiple media sources and educational applications.
  • EXPLORATION: Student-centered learning environments including Makerspace, 360 Math Lab, classrooms with flexible seating, and the Imagination Station for educational virtual-reality field trips, allow space for experiential, immersive and technology-enhanced activities.
  • AWARENESS: MViT is an accepting and empowering learning community built upon students' abilities and enhanced by its diverse population. Technology on campus supports equal access and differentiation.

The Governing Board is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, including discrimination against an individual or group based on race, color, ancestry, nationality, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital, pregnancy, or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; a perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Mason Award for Outstanding Services to Special Education Children

Congratulations Mrs. Hatland and Mrs Chipinka

STEAM Star Event - Starring Honoree Dianne Csoto