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Welcome to Mountain View Elementary School!

Recognized as a School of Excellence for 13 years
Office Hours 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Tardy Bell  9:10 AM
School Hours  9:00 AM (Doors open) Dismissal  3:50 PM 
School Phone 703-754-4161 Transportation 571-402-3902
Absence Line 703-530-4397 Cafeteria 703-754-3282

Mountain View Elementary School
5600 McLeod Way, Haymarket, VA 20169


Vision Statement
Cougars are: Creative, Optimistic, and Understanding.
As we
Grow, we are Accountable for what we do and
Respectful to all in order to be Successful.


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A Note from Mrs. Schrecker
Dear Mountain View Family and Friends,
    It is with deep regret that I must inform you that this is my last year serving as Principal of Mountain View Elementary.  I will be relocating with my family to Arizona in July.  My time at Mountain View has been absolutely incredible!  The staff, students and parent community are second to none.  It has been my pleasure to watch the Mountain View Elementary Community embrace STEAM via our MakerSpace initiative and I am so very proud of the work that has been done.  
   Please welcome Mountain View's new Principal, Adriane Harrison.   I will work closely with her to ensure a smooth transition and a positive start to the 2015-16 school year. 
Michelle Schrecker
Principal, Mountain View Elementary

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Mr. Jeffrey Ohmart led our 5th grade Strings students in their final concert last Tuesday night.  Wow!  They were amazing.  Sincere thanks to Mr. Ohmart, for all of his hard work and dedication to our students.

Posted by Mountain View Elementary School on Sunday, June 14, 2015

We Need YOU!!
MVES PTO Board nominations/Volunteers needed for the 2015/16 school year. The PTO Board is a group of parents/grandparents who coordinate volunteer, enrichment, and fundraising opportunities for the MVES community. This year, the PTO board will donate over $20,000 to support the school. The PTO Board also coordinates the Before School Enrichment Program and teacher appreciation efforts. A PTO Board Member is invited to participate on the Assistant Principal Interview Panel. Nominations are being sought for the following positions: President, Vice President, and Treasurer. 
The Board is also in need of Committee Chairs for the following 2015/16 events:  Before School Enrichment Program, Fall Carnival (to be in conjunction with our 20th year Anniversary), Father Daughter Dance, Talent Show, and Silent Auction, 5K Run, Teacher Appreciation, Popcorn Friday, and Box Tops.  Some pre-planning this summer will ensure a great success next year!   
If you are interested, please contact Elizabeth Stafford, PTO President  or Adriane Harrison, Principal.

PTO Board Needed/Letter
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Kindergarten Registration
Please bring your child for screening - Age requirement for KG is 5 years of age by September 30th
Required Documentation: Original Birth Certificate, Physical/Immunization Record dated within one year of date of entry, Verification of Address (Contract/Deed, Lease Agreement, Notarized Affidavit of PWC Residency), two forms of ID of parent/guardian (i.e., driver's license, car registration, voter registration, other bills).

CMC's Rock Camp
Students, ages 6-18, have an opportunity at Contemporary Music Center during the summer to learn the ins and outs of playing in a band with a professional coach. Click here more information about CMC's Rock Camp and FAQ's.

Coding with Kids
Introducing computer programming to your kids can be a challenge, especially for those who aren't familiar with the nuances of code. Fortunately, in the last few years, a number of apps, software, and guides have been produced that make the often-complex subject of computer coding easy to grasp for young learners. So where to begin? Click here for a few resources to share with your children to help them start learning about programming.

MakerSpace Donations
Mountain View's MakerSpace will provide an avenue to integrate the Arts and 21st Century skills to create STEAM opportunities for students. To provide our students with various reusable, recycled, or new materials to invent, create, build, and program, we are reaching out to the school community. To those who have sent in supplies, we thank you! The students have been making and creating! When spring cleaning, please keep us in mind for: twine or string, spools, springs, empty tape spools, dowels, bottle caps, lego wheels or supplies to make wheels, lego's, building blocks, and building items used to create prototypes. To view the list and sign-up - click here! Items can be sent in or dropped off at school during normal school hours. The list is updated on a regular basis, so please check back often! Thank you for your support - it's been a great year!!!!


Get Involved - Volunteer!
There are numerous opportunities to get involved with our MakerSpace and S.T.E.A.M. initiative and your support matters. Lend your Expertise and/or Be a Guest Speaker! To sign-up, please visit this link:

STEAM Volunteer and/or Career Speaker 

Study Island
Students have access to a great reading resource to learn throughout the year and prepare for the state standardized tests (SOL's).  The school purchased, web-based program called Study Island, is accessible to students from school or home. All students in grades 4 - 5 have a username and password which is given out by the classroom teacher. Click here for an overview of the program. 

We are excited about the benefits this program can bring to our students, and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity by using Study Island. Please feel free to contact Study Island at 800-419-3191 or if you have any questions.


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