The first day of school for the 2018-2019 school year will be Wednesday, September 5th for Mount View students in grades 1st-6th. On Friday, September 7th, it will be a full day of school and early release will begin on Friday, September 14.
Incoming kindergarten students have an opportunity to get a jump start on their education. Kindergarten JumpStart is a week-long learning experience to help students and their parents be ready to start school. This program is free and open to all incoming students who are registered for kindergarten at Mount View Elementary.
The school office will be staffed from June 19-30 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. We will be closed starting July 2nd and will re-open August 13 with limited hours 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., please call ahead to ensure school will be open.
OUR VISION: 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 Mount View Families,
Mike Fosberg has been appointed the interim principal as of July 6.
Hiring an interim principal will allow a full interview and selection process in the early spring next year with staff, family and community involvement.
Mike Fosberg has worked in education for 25 years as a teacher, assistant principal and principal in Highline Public Schools. He served as the assistant principal at Shorewood Elementary and principal at Madrona Elementary, Highline High School and Marvista Elementary.
Following comments to a congressional committee by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, State Superintendent Chris Reykdal issued a statement reiterating Washington state's stance on protecting our students who are undocumented in our K-12 schools.
If you are looking for real-life superstars, look no further than Highline. All of our teachers are stars, and we want you to meet a few who earned gold stars this year from someone who especially admires their commitment to know every student by name, strength and need.
We are honoring the often unsung heroes of our schools, our classified employees—support staff who serve lunches, drive buses, clean schools and support our students in so many ways. We are grateful for their dedication and outstanding work on behalf of our students.
We are in the process of redesigning our website. Our new site will be easier to navigate, accessible to users with disabilities and will require less staff time to create and manage content. We now need your feedback to figure out what you need and expect from the new Highline website.
What if the entire community rallied around our promise to know every student by name, strength and need and our goal for every student to graduate prepared for the future they choose? Our updated strategic plan points the way.