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Mountain View School District

 Mountain View School District

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    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


    COVID-19 Response

    To learn about MVSD's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our COVID-19 Information and Resources page.


    February 1, 2023

    We invite you to join us for our District English Learner Advisory Council (DELAC) meeting, February 6, 2023, 3:00pm at the District Office. You can learn more about the district's English language development programs.

    We are also gathering information from our various educational and community partners on our MVSD strategic goals. This is one of many aspects that drive our Local Control Accountability Plan.  You will see a variety of ways that we ask for your input. This includes EPAC, ELAC, DELAC, DAC and your PTA/O/SA. You can always reach out to the school principal or our district office to provide input as well. 

    We value your thoughts. Together we make our community stronger and more resilient. 

    Dr. Douglass Moss, Superintendent

    Want to get involved at MVSD?

    We encourage community partner participation!  Here are some opportunities to get involved.

    DELAC - District English Learner Advisory Council

    LCAP Community Partners Meeting

    Get Involved

    Stay connected to MVSD with ClassTag!

    MVSD is now using ClassTag to facilitate home-to-school communication. Join your child's school and teacher in communicating via ClassTag!



    P-EBT for Parents
    P-EBT para Padres
    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

    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

    The COVID-19 Pandemic has hurt many families in our community.  If you recently have lost income, you may be eligible for CalFresh.  Click HERE for more information.

    MVSD Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) Plan

    The 2021-22 State Budget package established the UPK Planning and Implementation Grant Program as a state early learning initiative with the goal of expanding access to prekindergarten programs.  Over the next four years, the district will fully implement all four year-old students having access to our transitional kindergarten program.  

    Click here to view MVSD's UPK Planning and Implementation Grant Program Plan.


    View of mountains
    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 1985 and Ranch View School in 1991. Park View Elementary School has its inaugural year in 2022.  The next new elementary school is slated for 2025. 

    Our district currently has 3060 students served by dedicated and experienced teachers, administrators and support staff. 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.

    Dr. Douglass Moss has been our Superintendent since 2017. Dr. Moss strives to create school environments that are inclusive, diverse, tolerant, welcoming, safe and conducive to individual innovation and inspiration.