2017-18 Mountain View School District School Year Calendar was approved by the Board of Trustees on October 17, 2016.
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Mountain View School District!
Board Briefings 2016-17
New Student Registration
School offices are currently accepting registrations for all grade levels. School office hours are 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday for registration. 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.
Children who turn 5 years old on or before September 1, 2016 are eligible for Kindergarten. Children who turn 5 years old between September 2 - December 2, 2016 are eligible for Transitional Kindergarten.
Unpaid Meal Charges
Elementary School Students
Students will be allow three lunches without money on their account. Once a balance due of $8.25 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 a snack 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.
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.
School Meal Information
Prepay for Lunches!
CAASPP State Testing
Information is now available on the California Assessment of Students Performance and Progress results for 2015-16.
Click here for links to reports and information on the Smarter Balanced assessment and score reporting.
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
Morgan Hill Case FERPA Notice & Objection Form
This information is provided at the request of the California Department of Education. Please direct any questions to the California Department of Education at (916) 319-0800 or visit their website at: