September 18, 2014
One student attending Mountain View Elementary School has been diagnosed with pertussis, also known as whooping cough.  A letter from Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment is going home with all students today.  You may click on this link to view the Public Health letter for additional information.

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Welcome to Mountain View Elementary.  A Great Place to Learn!








Mountain View was founded in 1979.  We are proud of our heritage and have a history of excellence within our community.  We are a grade three through five intermediate school and serve a diverse student population of approximately 370 students and their families. Mountain View is a small school environment and we are proud of the fact that our smaller school population helps us to know our students and families better.  Together with our partner school, Tozer Primary, we are a campus that is committed to the highest levels of student engagement, educating the whole child in an environment that is safe and effective.

The vision of the Tozer/Mountain View Campus is to be a Project-Based Learning Community where all individuals collaborate to foster student learning in a safe and respectful environment.


We are committed to providing profound learning opportunities for every child every day.  Our broad based and rigorous curriculum is aligned to the Colorado State Model Content Standards. Our achievement scores are above the state average in every category.  "Investigations" is the core of our math instruction, where we encourage every child to act, think, and write like mathematicians.  Students develop 21st Century Skills in our classrooms, and in our state of the art technology lab.  We educate the whole child in an engaging and safe learning environment committed to the principles of respect for self, others, and learning.

Our mission is to develop learners who contribute to our community.  We instill independence, curiosity, problem solving skills, citizenship, and the ability to communicate and collaborate with others.  

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Register new students in the Mountain View front office. 

Please bring proof of residency as well as the student's birth certificate and immunization record.

Click here for the 2014-2015 School Supply List

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Mountain View School Day

Office Hours 7:30 am to 4:00 pm

First bell to start the day rings at 8:00 am. 
Tardy bell rings at 8:10 am.
Bus Riders are dismissed with a bell at 2:55 pm.
Walkers & daycare van riders are dismissed about 3:00 pm.


  CAMPUS PORTAL ACCOUNTS FOR PARENTS
Instructions for parents to create a Campus portal account are online.  They can be found on the Weld RE-4 District Home Page under Parents > Parent Accounts.  The instructions are on the webpage.  There is also a link to a printable version and videos for the mobile portal app as well.  As stated in the instructions, remember to bring in one form of identification to receive the GUID number.


Time 2 Type - Keyboarding for Kids
Practice Time!

Opportunities for keyboarding practice. Click HERE for a document provided by Weld RE-4 Technology Department which has links to keyboarding practice sites.

Tozer & Mountain View
are participating in Walk to School
Day on Wednesday, October 8.

Walk to school as usual or walk to school
with us!!  Or Bike to School!
* At 7:35a.m. meet us at the following locations:
    *The North East corner of Main Park
    *Water Valley West Entrance
    *Corner of 1st St. and Garden
All participants will receive special recognition! When you arrive at school, look
for volunteers at the entrance of Mountain View and on the Tozer Playground.  

SafeRoutes - Colorado Safe Routes to School
Town of Windsor received a grant to complete a new trail connecting Water Valley South and Poudre Heights subdivision to the Poudre Trail enabling walkers and bikers a safer route to schools.  A Parent Survey About Walking and Biking to School will be going home with students or you may click on the link, print and complete.  Please return the survey to Mountain View by October 8th.  Thank you.



Register new students in the Mountain View front office. 

Please bring proof of residency as well as the student's birth certificate and immunization record.




Mountain View Elementary
Cougar Paw t-shirts available in the office for purchase            
$7.00 each 
cash or checks payable to:  Mountain View Elementary




NO SCHOOL - Friday, October 17, 2014 - No School - No Staff

‚ÄčNO SCHOOL - Monday, October 20, 2014 (Elementary ONLY) PD Day

 




ANNUAL FUNDRAISER 
Laps for Learning 2014
Kickoff and Fundraiser Packets sent home Friday, September 26, 2014
Laps for Learning Walk on Friday, October 10, 2014
Pledge Sheets and Money Due Friday, October 10, 2014  
Prizes announced October 16, 2014    
 
                                                           

 


Mountain View Fall Parties will be Friday, October 31, 2014
Costume Guidelines for Students, Staff & Parents

Students may wear their costume to school if they agree to adhere to the following:

Costumes should be worn over or in conjunction with the student’s regular school attire.  It should not be the principle attire for the day.

Costumes must be in good taste and age appropriate. 
*Blood, gore, weapons, or violent depictions are not appropriate for school.

Costumes must allow for students to be fully engaged in learning, and may not hinder the student from being an active participant in all classroom activities, including art, music, or physical education class. 

*Overly bulky costumes, restrictive costumes, revealing or immodest costumes, masks, excessive make-up or face paint, or exaggerated/dangerous accessories are not appropriate for school.

Students wearing costumes that are deemed inappropriate or disruptive to the learning process will be asked to remove their costume or to change into appropriate attire. 

If at all possible, students should be encouraged to change into their costume just prior to the classroom or grade level celebration.  Teachers should allow for this process.

We understand that fall celebrations and the costumes that accompany those celebrations are an important part of our community and school culture.  Our principle mission, however, is to provide purposeful learning experiences in a safe and effective environment that supports and encourages profound learning for every student.  We encourage our students to be active participants in their learning as their first priority. 

Please enjoy the celebrations that are an integral part of our school community, but do so with a mind for learning first and with safety and respect.