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8502 North Pinery Parkway

80134 ParkerCO

Phone: 303-387-8675
Fax: 303-387-8676
 
School Hours: 8:55 am - 3:50 pm
Office Hours: 8:30-4:30
Attendance Line: 303-387-8677

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Mountain View Elementary School

Important News: Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Informational Meeting Presentation, click here

2015-2016 Kindergarten Classroom Status:

  • -Our first full-time kindergarten class is FULL.  We have started a waiting list for a second full-time class and it is filling quickly!
  • -Our first Monday/Wednesday class is FULL.  We have started a waiting list for the second class!
  • -Our Tuesday/Thursday class is almost full!
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  • *​In order to register, please bring a copy of your student's birth certificate, proof of residency, and a record of immunizations along with your registration packet.
    • *Classes are filled on a first come, first served basis.  Turn in your student's packet today.

Assessment Day Information

On Monday, April 27th, Mountain View will conduct our Annual Assessment Day. This day will be used to gather important information on individual student achievement. Most students will be asked to come in and assess that day for a 30 - 60 minute window. However, not all students will be assessed as they may be assessed prior to that day. Your classroom teacher will set the schedule for Assessment Day and have specific time and information for parents. If you have any questions or concerns please be in touch directly with your teacher. Note that BASE will be available for thatday, but parents must preregister and RSVP to Marc Hollins at marc.hollins[at]dcsdk12[dot]org. Watch Thursday folders, future blasts and teacher's websites for more information.

Recently, after discussing Dr. Seuss’ meaning in the book, The Lorax, the Mountain View Green Team collaborated with a representative from the DCSD Sustainability Department to try and make a difference! With help from our cleaning crew and Mr. Sean, they collected all of the waste from a full day of school at Mountain View. They sorted the waste into six categories; glass\cans, plastic, cardboard, paper, landfill waste, and food waste. After sorting, each pile was weighed and the Green Team was shocked by the results! In a single day at MV, we produced 8 lbs of glass\cans, 19 lbs of plastic, 27 lbs of cardboard, 32 lbs of paper, 49 lbs of landfill waste and 100 lbs of food waste!

Dr. Seuss’s Birthday was March 2, so Mountain View decided to celebrate!  All students and staff members were invited to dress up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character.  Of course, Mr. Francis got into the spirit too!

Students had a great time in the Project Unify Assembly and the school made a pledge to show RESPECT!  It was great to see so many students’ efforts to make the assembly meaningful. 

 The following day during lunch, students were able to make a personal pledge to be respectful to everyone even if they are different.  We were very proud of the specific promises some of our students made and can’t wait to see these young learners showing respect in new ways!

Hello Families!

Spring break will be here before we know it... and you can make a difference in sustaining your child's reading progress during these two long weeks.

Do you wonder how you can help develop a love of reading in your child?  Spending time reading with your child each day helps instill good habits and a lifetime love of reading.  

How can I help my child?

The authors of Everyday Mathematics believe it is very important to help parents become actively involved in their child's mathematical education, and they have worked hard to provide opportunities for this to happen. Here are just a fewsuggestions about how you can learn about the mathematics your child is studying in school, and how you can help reinforce their math learning at home.

 

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School News

Recently, after discussing Dr. Seuss’ meaning in the book, The Lorax, the Mountain View Green Team collaborated with a representative from the DCSD Sustainability Department to try and make a difference! With help from our cleaning crew and Mr. Sean, they collected all of the waste from a full day of school at Mountain View. They sorted the waste into six categories; glass\cans, plastic, cardboard, paper, landfill waste, and food waste. After sorting, each pile was weighed and the Green Team was shocked by the results! In a single day at MV, we produced 8 lbs of glass\cans, 19 lbs of plastic, 27 lbs of cardboard, 32 lbs of paper, 49 lbs of landfill waste and 100 lbs of food waste!

Hello Families!

Spring break will be here before we know it... and you can make a difference in sustaining your child's reading progress during these two long weeks.

Do you wonder how you can help develop a love of reading in your child?  Spending time reading with your child each day helps instill good habits and a lifetime love of reading.  

Students had a great time in the Project Unify Assembly and the school made a pledge to show RESPECT!  It was great to see so many students’ efforts to make the assembly meaningful. 

 The following day during lunch, students were able to make a personal pledge to be respectful to everyone even if they are different.  We were very proud of the specific promises some of our students made and can’t wait to see these young learners showing respect in new ways!