Accelerated Reader 2016/2017
Daily Schedule 2016-2017
Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten & Kindergarten
Early Bird: Mon.-Wed & Fri. 8:15-1:10
Late Bird: Mon.-Wed. & Fri. 9:15-2:10
All PS, TK & K students: Thur. 8:15-1:10.
1st - 3rd Grades
Mon.-Wed. & Fri. 8:15-2:10
4th - 5th Grades
Mon.-Wed. & Fri. 8:15-2:38
AUSD Minimum Day
All Students TK-5th 1:15
When visiting our school, you must check into the office. You will then be given a Visitor Pass. You are welcome to visit, and we encourage you to volunteer.
If you need to check your child out early from school, please come to the office. You will need to sign them out, and then we will arrange for them to come to the office.
Congratulations Mrs. Villalpando!
The staff at Mountain View Elementary School is proud to present Mrs. Yolanda Villalpando as our 2016-17 Classified Employee of the Year. She will be honored at Azusa Unified School District's Board meeting at Gladstone Street School from 6:30 – 8:30 P.M. on January 17, 2017. Mrs. Villalpando, our amazing school clerk, has worked for AUSD for 26 years -with 19 of those years at Mountain View! She is a "Jack-of-ALL trades," who goes above and beyond in caring for the school and its community members. She always approaches every task with a positive attitude, volunteers tirelessly at school events and leads the Social Committee in providing opportunities for the staff to celebrate together. Thus, fostering a positive, supportive school environment. We are very fortunate to have such a dedicated, loving employee caring for the Wildcat Family.
Wildcats Are College Bound!
Mountain View Calendar
Ms. Jenny T. Le & Wisdom the Wildcat
Mountain View Elementary is committed to providing all students with a rigorous and challenging academic program. Instruction is driven by the Common Core State Standards and College and Career Readiness Standards, and our dedicated teachers utilize research-based teaching strategies to ensure that those standards are met. As a 21st Century learner, students are expected to be active participants in his/her learning.
Mt. View Wildcats are also held to high behavioral standards and are expected to act responsibly as individuals within our learning community. Students and staff are proud to be a part of this community and are often seen helping around the school; the Environmental Club has a strong presence on campus.
Volunteers make a tremendous positive impact and enrich our educational program and are critical to the fundamental success of our school. Therefore, we invite parents to get involved by volunteering in classrooms, attending Coffee with Principal, parent trainings, SSC and ELAC meetings or just come in and work in our welcoming Parent Outreach Center.