MVES - Students must complete Day 7 of A.M.I work today, Monday, February 7.
Days 5, 6, & 7 of A.M.I. work must be completed by students and returned to school on the first day we return in order to receive credit.
Teachers are available by email today until 3:00 p.m.
Have a great day!
MVES - We hope you are all staying safe and warm on this cold day.
Students must complete Day 5 and Day 6 of A.M.I. Work for Thursday and Friday this week. Teachers are available by email between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. on A.M.I. Days.
Work must be completed by the student and returned on the first day we return to school in order to receive credit for work.
Thank you for your assistance in your child’s education as we all brave the winter storm blowing through Stone County!!
MVES - A.M.I. packets were sent home with students today. Students should complete Day 4 on Thursday, January 20.
All completed A.M.I. work for Days 1, 2, 3, and 4 must be returned on the first day we return to school to receive credit.
The Mountain View School District will use an AMI day tomorrow, Thursday January 20, due to winter weather conditions. Again, no school tomorrow due to winter weather.
MVES - A.M.I. work from last week (Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3) must be returned completed tomorrow, January 20. Students will not receive credit if work is not returned. Thank you for your assistance.
MVES - We loved having our students & teachers back today!!
If your student is missing a coat, please have them check Lost & Found. The forecast is looking chilly for the rest of the week. All items in Lost & Found will be taken to Dorcas on Friday, January 21.
The Mountain View School District will not be in session tomorrow, January 17, in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 18.
MVES - Good Morning! All MVES students must complete Day 1 - January 12 of the A.M.I. packets.
Also, if you want to order meals to be picked up this Friday, you must call 870-269-3104 between 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. today. Thank you!
MVES - Meals will be provided for our A.M.I. Days. Parents must call MVES at 870-269-3104 to pre-order A.M.I. meals on Wednesday, January 12 from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Meals will be available for pick-up on Friday, January, 14 from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. under the awning at Mountain View Elementary for Mountain View High, Middle, and High School students.
School will resume on Tuesday, January 18. Thank you.
MVES - Check out the “Jazzy Jackets” from Kindergarten through 6th grade. The MVHS Dance Team has a bright future with this group! Special thanks to the Dance Team for putting on the Jazzy Jackets Camp for our students this week.💙💛
MVES - We hope you all have a wonderful Christmas break & a Happy New Year! We will see you in 2022!!!
MVES - Who says there is no learning on a party day?!?! Not our 4th graders doing a super fun STEM Challenge- the longest paper chain contest!!
Students made the longest paper chain they could out of one sheet of construction paper and then measured to the nearest centimeter. Great job!!
MVES - Fourth graders worked hard to convince Santa that these “villains” should be moved to the “Nice List” using strong opinion writing. A big thanks to Mrs. Sutterfield for helping students create the villain masks that allowed them to get into character!!
MVES - Charles S. Schultz said, “Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.” Jayce took this saying to heart and gave the bike he won to his friend, Wylie, whose bike had broken.
MVES - Congratulations to the winners in our annual Christmas Giveaway & a big THANK YOU to our Secret Santa who supplied every bike, helmet, & $100 gift card!!
The Mountain View School District Board of Education, at its regular meeting tonight, voted to make the wearing of masks optional in school buildings and at events on every campus. This will begin immediately.
However, Masks will continue to be mandatory on all school buses in the district.
Due to the Arkansas Department of Health and achi.net not updating Covid 19 data due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, the Mountain View School District will remain mask optional in all buildings across the district for the week of November 29 through December 3.
Masks will continue to be mandatory on all school buses, however.
The Mountain View School District will not be in session next week in observation of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Classes will resume on Monday, November 29 at 8 A.M.
The Mountain View School District will remain mask optional in buildings across the district for the week of November 15th through the 19th. Mask will continue to be mandatory on all buses, however.
MVES - You can watch the Mountain View Campus Spelling Bee for grades 3-8 at the link below:
Good luck to all our spellers!!