Mt. View Elementary School
At a Glance
- Serves grades Pre-K - 4
- Antioch Cluster
- Not Open Enrollment
- Offers bus transportation
- Offers before or aftercare
Welcome From the Principal
Welcome to Mt. View Elementary School! I’m in my ninth year as principal here, and every day I get excited to watch students learn and grow together in an environment that is dedicated to learning.
It is important to me that each student is nurtured and supported during their foundational years at Mt. View. That's why our teachers and staff support the academic, emotional and social needs of our students with dedication and enthusiasm.
Parents, I invite you to join our partnership at Mt. View, and please feel free to contact me at any time.
With 700 students in grades Pre-K - 4, Mt. View is a diverse community of learners. Our staff is dedicated to teaching and learning, and they work diligently to provide a quality education for all learners. Our highly qualified teachers work together to plan and provide unique learning experiences for their students.
We offer specialized program for both our gifted learners (Encore) and our English learners, who receive reading and language instruction from EL-certified teachers. We encourage inclusion practices and have specialists on staff to work with students with special needs.
We have many unique programs to help students be successful and productive citizens. These include Safety Patrol, Make a Difference Club, Recycling, Guitar, Tae Kwon Do, Little Kids Rock, Running Club, Library Leaders and Limitless Library, a partnership with the Southeast Public Library.
Additionally, we offer blended learning, which promotes technology integration and allows students to access laptops and iPads in order to enhance their research and learning experiences.
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
A Typical Day at School
120 minutes: Reading/ELA Instruction
60 minutes: Mathematics Instruction
30 minutes: Social Studies
30 minutes: Science
15 minutes: Morning meeting/social emotional learning/restorative practices
60 minutes: Related Arts including PE, Music, and Art
45 minutes: Intervention
Library - weekly
Classroom Guidance Lessons - monthly
School Details & Links
Standard School Attire
Tops: Short or long sleeves polo shirt with collar in any solid color (logos must be smaller than 2 inches); tucked in
Bottoms: Navy, black or khaki (no cargo pockets and no denim); belts are required for students in grades 3-4
If your child has outgrown last year’s standard school attire clothing, we gladly accept clothing donations in the office.
Parent Teacher Association
PTA Presidents: Melissa Risner
Before and aftercare
Ultimate Family Martial Arts: 615-793-4722
English Language classes
Parent training classes
Social and Emotional Learning
Anti-bullying training and/or clubs
Make A Difference - Community Projects
Girls on the Run
Little Kids Rock
Mt. View Baptist Church