In an effort to keep parents updated on the teaching, learning, and other important activities at Mt. View, you can now sign up for text messages of important upcoming events. Regular text messaging rates apply. Here is how you can get started:
Text to this number: 203-819-7783
Type this message: @mtview
Thank you to every member of our district and community who made Read Across America on Monday, March 2, 2015 a great success. Your collective efforts make our school a better place to be.
Mt. View's art teacher Mrs. Humphrey worked with our 5th graders to make a banner as part of the American Warrior Honor Flight. The purpose of this activity was to send 100 veterans who have never been to Washington, D.C. the chance to visit the memorials created in their honor. Here is a picture of our banner with the veterans while enjoying their day in D.C. as well as in Bradlyey Airport upon their return flight. Go U.S.A.!!
Are you a family new to Mt. View School? Please click here for the "ABC's to a Great Year" presentation. Many questions our new families may have can be answered here.
Help us Make 3@MTV a Success
Mt. View School is again implementing a ‘3 at MTV’ goal asking all families to volunteer at leastthree hours during the 2014-15 school year to help make our school a better place to be. Volunteer opportunities can be in classes supporting during a literacy block, reading to individual students, providing math help, or helping staff with ‘take home projects’ which can be completed outside of a traditional school (or parent’s work) day. We look forward to recording and reporting on the number of volunteer hours each month! If you would like to learn more about volunteer activities, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Check back often on our school website for volunteer opportunities.
Check back in the fall for new volunteer activities!
Thank you to all of our volunteers for making our school a better place to learn!
3 @ MTV Volunteer Opportunities To sign up please email: email@example.com
Number of People Needed
Adult Readers to read 15 minutes per student
(4 students read to you in an hour)
1 Per Week
As much time as you have
Please call Mrs. Czuchta
Mountain View Mission Statement
Our mission at Mountain View School is to work as a team consisting of school staff, parents, students, and the community to develop responsible citizens, foster a love of learning, and ensure students achieve at their highest academic potential.
All team members will be informed of required curriculum and expectations through ongoing communication. To promote student success, all team members will make learning a priority and actively and consistently monitor progress. Two-way communication between family and school will ensure success for each child.
All team members will teach, model, and reinforce REACH expectations each day. This will help promote a safe and caring learning environment. At Mt. View School, we realize when we work together; we will make decisions which are in the best interest of all our students.
Mt. View will again be partnering with School Readiness to host a free 0-5 year old playgroup.If you know someone who has a ‘future Mt. View Student” aged 0-5 please share this information with them. Children and parents will have the opportunity to play together, count, learn letters, sort objects, and complete projects in a fun and enriching way. If you would like to participate in the playgroup, you are asked to call the school at 860-584-7726 so your child’s name and space will be held.
Upcoming Playgroup Dates:
Every Tuesday Morning from 9:30-11:00 a.m.
Visitors are asked to enter through our front door (by the flag pole) and first sign in at our main office.
Thank you for spending 20 minutes each day reading with your child! Together we can help all of our Mt. View students build a strong foundation for lifelong learning!
The Bristol Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, disability, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Name of school-based officer: David J. Huber, Ed. D. , Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Mt. View Elementary School
71 Vera Road, Bristol, CT 06010
Susan Kalt Moreau, Ph.D., Deputy Superintendent of School
Non-Discrimination Officer, Title IX and Section 504 Compliance Officer