• Read Our School Performance Report

    The 2015-16 School Performance Report for Mount View Elelmentary is now available on our website. We invite you to read about the progress our students are making, learn about plans we are implementing this year, and find out how to become more involved in our school and the education of your student.

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  • Apply Now for Middle Schools of Choice

    Did you know you have options for middle school? We encourage you to find the best fit. The application window is now open for middle schools that require an application including Big Picture Schools and CHOICE Academy. The deadline to apply is January 31.

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  • Kindergarten Enrollment is Now Open

    Do you know a child who will be five years old on or before August 31? If so, now's the time to register for kindergarten. The first 500 families to register will receive two free tickets to the Woodland Park Zoo!

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  • Prevent Mumps: Know the Facts - ¿CÓMO PUEDE PREVENIR PAPERAS?

    An outbreak of mumps has developed in King County, mainly in the Auburn area, but the outbreak can easily spread to other schools and areas in King County. Get informed about how to prevent mumps, what the symptoms are, and what state vaccine requirements and exemptions are for schools and students.

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  • Learn About Common Core Standards

    Get informed about what your students are learning!

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All members of the Mount View Learning Community are KNOWN, CREATIVE, INSPIRED, CHALLENGED, SUPPORTED, RESPECTED, and EMPOWERED.

Doing whatever it takes to prepare our students for college, career and citizenship.


Dear Family and Friends,
Welcome to 2017! We are excited to begin a new year and to continue the work we began in the fall to actualize our vision and mission. We truly want everyone in our learning community to feel KNOWN, CREATIVE, INSPIRED, CHALLENGED, SUPPORTED, RESPECTED, and EMPOWERED. Our mission continues to be to do whatever it takes to prepare our students for college, career and citizenship. We are a wonderfully diverse school community rich in language, tradition and cultural knowledge. Our diversity is our strength!
Family engagement is critical for our student success. There is so much research that supports the intentional involvement of families in the education of their child and the academic progress that child experiences. There are three important questions every family member should ask and know the answer to be truly involved. The three questions are the following:
1. What three things should my child know by the end of the year?
2. What does my child know now?
3. What actions can I do at home to support the learning?
If you don’t know the answer to these questions, we need to do a better job at communicating with you. Feel free to ask your child’s teacher these specific questions as well. Unless you know the answers to these questions, it is difficult to really partner with us in moving your child forward academically and socially. Our goal is to make sure you have this information and to listen and learn from you the best ways to support your child here at school. You are your child’s first teacher and your knowledge about your child is very important to us.
There are other ways to be involved in our school. There is a newly founded Parent and Teacher Association (PTA). The president is Michelle McGee, the parent of a current 6th grader. She is actively looking for new members and parents to take on a leadership role. The PTA is a national organization and provides opportunities for parents to network, fund raise and support the goals of the school. You have seen the PTA in action if you have visited on Fridays and smelled the delicious popcorn. Popcorn Fridays are one way the PTA raises funds to support things like art projects and field trips that otherwise would not be affordable. Information about how to contact Michelle and to join the PTA is available in our office.
In addition to the PTA, our Assistant Principal Brian Tinsley and White Center CDA host a Parent Breakfast Club the third Thursday of the month. Join other parents for pancakes or breakfast burritos and conversation that is relevant and important to parents. The Parent Breakfast Club is held in our Focus Center.
We are forming a robust volunteer program. Currently we have parents that volunteer in classrooms, in the cafeteria and on the playground. Please come talk with me or Brian Tinsley if you are interested in volunteering at school. There are many ways to contribute and your children think it’s really “cool” to have you there.
I wish you and your family the best for 2017. We are honored to work with your students and look forward to a productive rest of the school year!
Lisa Escobar, Directora

About Us

10811 12th Avenue SW
Seattle, WA 98146
Lisa Escobar
Assistant Principal
Brian Tinsley
Office Manager
Deb Marbet
School Hours
9:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.

Early Release Days
9:10 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.

Office Hours
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


  • Supporting Immigrant Students

    We recognize that actions taken by the White House, including a new executive order restricting immigration and orders to increase immigration enforcement, are unsettling to many of our families. We want to reiterate our commitment to our students’ safety. We will do everything in our power to keep our students safe at school.

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  • We Heard You! Here's What We Learned

    It's time for us to share what we heard in a recent online community conversation. Nearly 700 people shared their priorities, ideas, and concerns with us.

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  • The Meaning of L-O-V-E

    What does the word love mean? The world's greatest poets, authors, musicians, teachers, and philosophers have struggled with that question for centuries. For Valentine's Day, we asked the smartest and most thoughtful people we know-- our students.

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  • Snow Make-up Day is May 30

    The snow make-up day for Monday, February 6, will be Tuesday, May 30.

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  • Learn About School Schedule Decisions

    Making a decision about weather-related school closures is always difficult, because so many different situations have to be considered. We do our very best to balance the many interests at stake, but we recognize that no matter what decision we make, it will not please everyone.

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