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Daily Schedule 2017-2018

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 

Thurs.  8:15-1:28

4th - 5th Grades

 Mon.-Wed. & Fri.   8:15-2:37

Thurs.   8:15-1:28

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.

Our School

Mountain View at a Glance

Mountain View’s vision is to develop a school community of life-long learners that include students, parents and staff.  We believe “Knowledge is Power” and strategically promote a culture of college awareness and readiness. As a No Excuses University School, we work to instill in students the common beliefs that after high school comes college and preparing for college begins today. We also set high expectations for ourselves and our students and accepts NO EXCUSES for poor effort or behavior. 

 
Mountain View students are taught by a highly trained staff who is unified in our commitment to see every student be successful in reading, writing and mathematics. We also support  Azusa Unified School District's vision of preparing students to be College and Career Ready. Teachers design and teach lessons that provide students the opportunity to develop problem solving, critical thinking, effective communication and collaboration skills and be a positive contributor to the community. We make Standards Alignment a priority and are guided by the California States Common Core State Standards. Students who need additional support are provided intensive intervention during the school day or after school. 
 
Our school uses the Positive Intervention and Support program to promote safe, positive behavior. Behavior expectations are explicitly taught and reviewed. Students have the opportunity to earn prizes from a menu using ROAR tickets they receive for exhibiting exemplary behavior. Prizes on the ROAR Menu Prize List include Picture with a Friend, Art Lesson with the Principal and Subway Lunch. Along with PBIS, we utilize the SWIS data system to track and analyze students' behavior to determine and provide necessary prevention and support. 
 
Mountain View’s goal is to provide students and their parents with a positive educational experience, one that will bring fond memories and promote success in life. We strive to provide a variety of programs in addition to our regular program. These include Dual Language Immersion and on site preschool. After school programs include the Environmental Club, Folklorico, Cheer Squad, Track and academic intervention. We also partner with the THINK Together program. Think Together provides before and after school care that includes homework assistance and direct academic instruction that are Common Core based. They also provide physical education activities.  
 
Families receive the school’s newsletters each month. These newsletters include tips on parenting, suggestions for healthy nutrition, activities to build confidence and self-esteem and information on supporting academic progress in all areas of the curriculum.  Principal’s Parent Coffee are held on the first Thursday of each month. Topic are determined by parents' needs. We also offer a variety of training for parents, many of which are focused on strategies to help their children at home. We recent adopted the Families in School curriculum, and parent leaders are training other parents. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to volunteer in the classrooms, on field trips and at school functions such as Holiday Family Night, Picture Day, Read Across America Day and the Science Fair. 
 
 
 
 

Mountain View Elementary School is one of  America's #HealthiestSchools according to The Alliance for a Healthier Generation! See what a school culture of health looks like: http://www.healthiergeneration.org/healthiestschools


 

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support