Last Day of School - No Backpacks
Backpacks need to stay at home on the last day of school. Teachers will send larger items home the day before, and students may bring a plastic bag on the last day of school for any remaining items.
Lost & Found
Missing something? The main lost and found is located outside the cafeteria. The office also holds items such
as glasses, keys, and electronics. Items left in the lost and found will be donated May 25th
It’s hot out there, but please make sure your student is complying with Dysart dress code. No tank tops, spaghetti straps, halter tops, strapless tops or racer back tops. Shirts must not extend in the armpit lower than six inches from the collarbone. Shirts must not expose any part of the midriff when sitting, bending or standing. Shorts/Skirts must be no shorter than 4-6 inches above the top of the knee. Clothing must cover undergarments at all times. The complete dress code is available online.
MVS will be hosting a developmental preschool for the 2016-2017 school year. We are now accepting applications for Role Model preschool students. Applications are available in the front office. Applications are due by May 16th, please bring completed applications to Mountain View’s front office. Exceptional Student Services will perform a lottery to determine enrollment eligibility and will notify families via mailed letter in early June.
Message from the Assistant Principal
Greetings, Mountain View Students and Families,
I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about some changes coming to Mountain View School, for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. I have accepted an ESS Coordinator position here in Dysart and will be returning to the district office next year. I am so thankful
to have had the opportunity to work with your children and their families this school year. This year has truly been one of best experiences of my career.
To MVS Students: You know I care about you very much and think you are the best EVER! I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to be your Assistant Principal. Each of you have inspired me in different ways. As lion leaders, you know, it is always important to set goals and to work toward those goals. A goal I have, is to one day become an Exceptional Student Services Director. I have been working on this goal for a long time. This past year as assistant principal has helped me become one step closer to my future goal. My new position is the next step toward helping me learn the important things I need to know in order to accomplish my goal of becoming an ESS Director. Though I will miss you all tremendously, I will think of you and visit Mountain View often.
Principal Miller and I want you to know that you will be in excellent hands with our new Assistant Principal Mrs. Connie Wolford. Mrs. Wolford will be a familiar face here at Mountain View as she taught here at MVS for several years and most recently, she has served as the Assistant Principal at Luke and Kingswood.
Thank you, for all of the wonderful memories, experiences and opportunities. May you continue to be life-long learners...always set goals and never, ever settle for less than your best.
With Deepest Sincerity,
Ms. Shara Rose, Assistant Principal
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