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Mountain View School District!

MVSD Schools

New Student Registration


All school sites are accepting registrations for all grade levels for 2017-18.

Children who will turn 5 years old on or before September 1, 2017 are eligible for Kindergarten. Children who will turn 5 years old between September 2 - December 2, 2017 are eligible for Transitional Kindergarten.

School office hours are 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday.

Registration packets may be picked up in person at the school offices or you can download and print the packet from home.  Click on the link below for documentation requirements and registration packets.

Registration information for Grades TK-8

Board Briefings 2017-18

Board Briefings represent a quick review/summary of the meetings of the Mountain View School District Board of Trustees:

July 10, 2017

August 14,2017

September 11, 2017

October 9, 2017

November 13, 2017

December 11, 2017

January 8, 2018

February 13, 2018

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Mountain View Elementary School 1902

Mountain View School District's


Mountain View School District is a school community whose members focus on the whole child: ensuring each child is safe, that each child's needs are met, and that each child is provided an education of the highest quality.


Our continuing mission at Mountain View School District is to provide a foundation for sustained educational excellence for students and staff by setting clear goals and high expectations in a safe and trusting environment that supports individual success.

We Believe

  • Children come first
  • All students can achieve
  • Every child is unique
  • All students must feel safe and accepted
  • Caring and trusting relationships enhance learning
  • Diversity is enriching and is to be celebrated
  • Personal integrity is expected for all school community members
  • A true school community values all its members
  • Relationships are the foundation of the organization
  • The culture of the school and district must reflect unity of purpose and values
  • New directions must be carefully chosen, and then we must stay the course
  • Real growth requires both risk-taking and reflection
  • Fiscal solvency is the responsibility of all
  • Effective classroom management techniques and student study skills will lead to student success
  • Communication between parents, teachers, staff, community and the Board will lead to a strong and unified school district

California Schools Accountability Dashboard

California has a new accountability system for schools that is based on multiple measures. These measures are used to determine local educational agency (LEA) and school progress toward meeting the needs of their students. The measures are based on factors that contribute to a quality education, including high school graduation rates, college/career readiness, student test scores, English learner (EL) progress, suspension rates, and parent engagement.

Click here to view the Dashboard for Mountain View School District

Energy Education

Mountain View School District is proud to participate in the Energy Education Conservation Program.  Our focus is to eliminate energy waste while maintaining a comfortable environment for students and staff.  You can view the Energy Education page by clicking here: MVSD Energy Education



2017-18 New Lunch Prices

As of August 7, 2017:

Elementary school lunch will now cost $2.85.

Middle school lunch of $3.00 and breakfast price of $1.50 will remain the same.

Milk price is now $.85 when purchased a la carte.

Eligible students may receive meals free of charge or at the reduced-price rate by applying for the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs.

Site Payments for School Meals

As of September 6, 2016, the front office of the school sites will no longer collect money for the meal programs.

All cash payments for students at the elementary schools must be made in the cafeteria between 7:30am - 8:00am.

Payments can also be made online to your child's cafeteria account by going to MySchoolBucks.com.

Unpaid Meal Charges

Elementary School Students

Students will be allowed three lunches without money on their account. Once a balance due of $8.55 is reported, a note is sent home to the parents informing them about the charges. Once there is a balance due of $10.00, the student will be offered an alternative meal consisting of cereal, milk and fruit until money is paid on their account.


Middle School Students

Students will be allowed three lunches without money on their account. Once there is a balance due of $10.00, the student will not be allowed to purchase meals and/or snacks until money is paid on their account.

School Meal Information

My School Bucks

Click here for information on My School Bucks.com

Prepay for Lunches!

  • View cafeteria purchase(s)
  • Track meal account balances
  • Set up low-balance email reminders
  • Schedule recurring payments
  • Note: Viewing, tracking, email reminders are all free services


Click Here to Apply for Free and Reduced Meals Online.

Haga clic aquí para solicitar comida reducida/gratis.


Print Free and Reduced Meals Information and Application.

Imprimir la información y la aplicación de comida gratis o reducida.


Meal Account Refund/Transfer Request

If you would like to request a refund of meal account monies or have monies transferred from one child to another, please click on the link below and print out the request. This will need to be turned into the Food Service Manager at the District Office.

Meal Account Refund/Transfer Request form

CAASPP State Testing

Click here for links to reports and information on the Smarter Balanced assessment and score reporting.