MVES - Next week is Red Ribbon Week!! Students may dress up on designated days to celebrate making drug-free choices!! We look forward to seeing a Red-Out on Monday!!
MVES - Things “got out of hand” in 4th grade today while studying idioms. Mrs. Wilson was “bent out of shape” and Ms. Hughes’ “eyes popped out of her head” when “party pooper” Mrs. Bennett was upset with “copy cat” Mrs. Gilliam. But Ms. Sutton had “all eyes on her” and just smiled!
MVES - We were “blown away” when 4th grade showed off their “Idiom” style of phrases or expressions that have a different figurative meaning than the literal meaning!
MVES - Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held tomorrow, Thursday, October 21 from 3:30-7:30 p.m. No conferences will be held in-person. Your child’s teacher will contact you to discuss your child’s academic progress for the first nine-weeks.
There will be NO SCHOOL on Friday, October 22.
We look forward to conferencing with you tomorrow!
MVES - Third grade has been studying Cultures & Traditions in Reading & Social Studies. Here is their Culture Quilt. We love learning about our students as they are learning!
MVES - Our students have been busy over the past 9 weeks!
MVES - Our fourth grade students participating in an Erosion Science Investigation with sugar cubes. How sweet!😉
MVES - “Make your mark • See where it takes you” International Dot Day inspired by Peter Reynold’s book “The Dot.”
MVES - Today is International Dot Day in celebration of the book “The Dot.” Mrs. Sutterfield has shared some of our students’ creative dots!!
MVES - If your child in grades K-5 is interested in Cub Scouts, the Quapaw Area Council will be at Mountain View Elementary under the awning on Thursday, September 9 at 6:30 p.m. for sign ups and you get a free fishing pole! Registration fee is $80.
MVES - Thank you to Stone Bank for providing extra bottles of water for our students and to Jennifer Hinston, Pure International Classy Ms.South Central Arkansas for donating water bottles for our students & students across the district, as well as snacks, disinfectant wipes, and notebooks. (All donations were received before the first day of school.)
MVES - Mountain View Elementary wants to give a big thank you to Centennial Bank and Wal-Mart for each donating $1000 that allowed us to provide school supplies for our students and to First Baptist Church for providing KinderMats for our kindergartners.
MVES - Week 2 has begun! Thank you to all of our students, parents, teachers, and staff for a great start to the school year!
MVES - Happy Friday!! We hope everyone has had a wonderful summer. We look forward to seeing you for the first day of school on Monday, August 16. Due to Covid protocols, we will be doing temperature checks and all students and adults will be wearing masks at this time. We will continue the practice of parents calling the school before entering throughout the day. Thank you for helping us make this school year the best ever for your child!!
MVES - Mountain View Elementary Open House 2021
MVES - It was so good to see everyone at Open House!! Thank you for coming by to meet your teachers! We look forward to seeing everyone on Monday and please remember, all students must wear a mask at this time.
MVES - Mountain View Elementary would like to thank Simmons First Bank and Flatwoods Baptist Church for breakfast this week and thank Centennial Bank, First Security Bank and Stone Bank for lunches. We also appreciate the teacher gift bags provided by Centennial Bank. Your support and generosity is deeply appreciated!!
MVES - Drive through and meet your teacher at Open House on Thursday, August 12 from 3-7 p.m. Grades K, 1 and 2 will be at stations on Killion Drive (please enter on N. Riggsville Drive by Best Drug). Grades 3, 4 and any students of Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Connie, Mrs. Frederick, or Mrs. White will be on Elementary Drive. We can’t wait to see you!!
MVES - We are 1 month away from the first day of school!!
Mountain View Elementary is excited to announce that all classroom school supplies will be provided for our students in Kindergarten through 4th Grade. Parents will only need to provide a backpack for their child. Any classroom donations of tissues and/or disinfectant wipes will be appreciated.
We hope you enjoy the rest of your summer!!
Congratulations to this week's Summer Reading Challenge winners: Maddison Stevens and Callaway Martin! Our next drawing will be Monday, July 12th for two more winners.