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 Mountain View School District

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    Resources

    Student Assistance Program

    Although school sites are closed, essential mental health services through SAP are still available by phone and/or video conferencing.

    See attached flyer for more information.

    SAP English-Spanish

    MVSD's Commitment to Promote Equity, Access and Inclusion

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    Kindness certified school district
    Peachjar - Electronic Flyers

    Mountain View School District is going "green" with our flyer distribution. Click the image below to view more information about Peachjar. You can also view the flyers that have been sent out by each school site.

    Peachjar logo

    Happenings

    LCAP Parent Survey

    Your voice mattersMountain View School District is currently planning for programs and services that will be offered in upcoming years and we are looking for parent input. This process occurs through our LCAP. An essential and valuable component of the LCAP is stakeholder input. Please complete the brief LCAP survey at the links below to provide your priorities for the direction of the district.

    LCAP Parent Survey in English

    LCAP Parent Survey in Spanish

    Take our survey           LCAP

    Chromebook Tech Help

    Please click on the links below for instructions for logging into the Chromebook and joining a Zoom meeting.

    Sign on to Chromebook

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Trouble getting into Zoom meeting

    Check for Zoom Outages

    Improving Your Home WIFI Network

    Tech Support

    updated lunch information
    ReTURNING TO OUR Schools 

    Updated February 24, 2021

    MVSD continues to stay the course. 

    Our teachers continue to provide a rigorous program focused on state standards with board-approved grading, projects and homework via a 100% distance program. 

    While this may not be our preferred educational model...it is the safest model for our students, staff AND community at this time. 

    Our community COVID-19 rates continue to decline. This is great news! We have hope!

    We continue to receive guidance and information from our county, state and federal partners.  Information changes quickly

    There are also many opinions on what schools should do. You may see different opinions on social or standard media outlets. Our district and community recognize that solutions are complicated and require cooperation on many levels. Your opinion may be very different from your neighbors. We are seeking to meet the needs of our community and district in a way that is safe, stable and meaningful.

    We all agree that stability and consistency are critical for our students, staff and community. 

    We have started voluntary vaccinations for our MVSD staff. This process is on going through the month of March. 

    The Board of Trustees continues to review information regularly and reserves the right to make changes in the instructional program for the rest of this year and for next school year.

    The next meeting of the Board of Trustees is on March 8, 2021 at 7pm. You are welcome to submit public comments for this meeting any time up to 4pm on the day of the Board Meeting. All comments will be read aloud to the Board. The meeting will be accessed via live broadcast feed via YouTube. Public comments can be sent to:

    sonia_diaz@mvsdk8.org

    Parent information surveys will be forthcoming in the month of March. This will help the district for the remainder of this school year and next school year. 

    We intend to open the 2021/2022 school year with a voluntary summer program in July with the regular school year beginning on August 9, 2021. 

    Please join us in having HOPE.

    Be safe. Be mindful. Be kind. 

    Dr. Douglass Moss, Superintendent

    EVENTS
    FREE School Meals Available

    School Lunch flyer

    NEW PICK-UP TIMES!
    View flyer here

    Food Service

    Lunch Prices for 2020-21

    • Elementary school lunch cost is $3.00 and breakfast cost is $1.50.
    • Junior High lunch cost is $3.25 and breakfast cost is 1.50.
    • Milk price is $.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.

    To apply for free or reduced meals through EZ Meal App.com. You can download a printed version here in either English or Spanish.

    To add money to your student's meal account through My School Bucks.

    To request a refund of meal account monies or transfer monies from one child to another, select the link below and print out the request form. Please turn the completed form into the Food Service Manager at the District Office.

    Meal Account Refund/Transfer Request form

    Looking for Childcare During School Closures?
    • Contact the Resource and Referral (R&R) Statewide Education hotline at (800) 543-7793 or go to their website at rrnetwork.org/family-services/find-child-care for childcare referrals.
    • The Riverside Regional Community Care Licensing (CCL) office serves San Bernardino County. They may have a list of facilities and/or providers that can serve children at this time.

    Riverside Regional Community Care Licensing (CCL) Office

    3737 Main Street

    Suite 700, MS 29-12

    Riverside, CA 92501

    (909) 782-4200

    • There are numerous childcare providers in the area. A simple Google search (or other search engine) will provide contact information. The district cannot endorse any providers. Please thoroughly research providers prior to placement.
    • If you wish to reach YMCA Childcare, which is located on our campuses, you may contact them via fax or their website at weymca.org.

    Ontario-Montclair YMCA

    10970 Arrow Rte

    Suite 106

    Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

    (909) 986-5847

    Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

    COVID-19 Operations Report

    Please click on the link below to read Mountain View School District's COVID-19 Operations Written Report. This report was adopted by the Board of Trustees on June 8, 2020.

    MVSD COVID-19 Operations Report - English

    MVSD COVID-19 Operations Report - Spanish

    Spotlight

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    About Us

    Mountain View School District was founded in 1884 in the agricultural lands of the former Spanish Ranchos. The district began as a small one room school house at Collins Station along the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1942 a new school was built on the corner of Archibald and Walnut close to where our district office building now stands. The region grew and a new Mountain View School was built in 1962 followed by Grace Yokley School in 1982, Creek View School in 1986 and Ranch View School in 1993. Our district currently has 2690 students served by 104 teachers and 170 administration and support staff. We continue to grow with the expansion of the City of Ontario in the Ontario Ranch developments. We look forward to welcoming new families to our Mountain View School District community.

    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.