Students enjoyed longevity noodles and making dragon puppets during 2nd grade's study of Holidays Around the World at MVES.
almost 3 years ago, April Prince
Holidays Around the World
Holidays Around the World
Holidays Around the World
Holidays Around the World
MVES - Reminder: *TOMORROW* Tuesday, December 17 is PAJAMA DAY!!! It’s almost Christmas Break, so let’s get a head start on those lazy days ahead. (School dress code applies.) Tuesday is also Christmas Party Day!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
MV Kindergarten would like to wish all of our Veterans a very Merry Christmas!
almost 3 years ago, Carrie Futrell
Veteran ornaments
Great Bike Giveaway!!! Thanks to all the sponsors that made it possible. Our kids love this day!
almost 3 years ago, Brent Howard
Great Bike Giveaway! Thanks to all the sponsors who made this possible!
Great Bike Giveaway! Thanks to all the sponsors who made this possible!
Great Bike Giveaway! Thanks to all the sponsors who made this possible. Our kids love this day!
We have a full house for the Kindergarten Christmas Program!!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
Kindergarten Christmas Program
MVES - It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!! Mrs. Brewer’s toy soldiers are keeping watch!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
Brewer’s toy soldiers
MVES - 2nd grade students eating lunch with Mrs. Robinson after displaying great effort on their STAR test!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
2nd Lunch
MVES - More 4th graders learning about hands
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
4th Hands 5
4th Hands 6
4th Hands 7
MVES fourth grade students constructed a model of a human hand and observed how pulling on a string (a model for tendons) caused the finger to bend at the joints.
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
4th Hands 2
4th Hands 3
4th Hands 4
4th Hands
Mountain View Preschool has openings!
almost 3 years ago, Carrie Futrell
prek
MVES- Fundraiser items have arrived. Please remember to pick your orders up by 5:00 today in the Multi-purpose building!
almost 3 years ago, Carrie Futrell
Fundraiser items
MVS Spelling Bee Grades 3rd-8th
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
Spelling Bee MVS
MVS Spelling Bee
Catalog Fundraiser Delivery Update - Due to unforeseen circumstances, our fundraiser delivery has been delayed. As soon as we have a definite delivery date, we will notify parents. Thank you for your support of MVES!!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
Second grade students use finger lights to follow along in a nonfiction book, “Bird Feet.”
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
2nd Grade Flashlight Reading
MVES - Fourth grade students working with Tyler Caston from the Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service to build and program robots to perform certain tasks. Students learn teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, engineering, and design through this 4-H program.
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
4th Grade Robotics 1
4th Grade Robotics 2
4th Grade Robotics 3
4th Grade Robotics 4
Mountain View Elementary Third Grade Class Spelling Bee Winners (from left to right) 1st - Kade Shipman 2nd - Hunter Henning 3rd - Kaleb Kellams Alternate - Hannah Wood These students have qualified for the School Spelling Bee, which will include grades 3rd-8th from the Mountain View campus. The next competition will be on November 22 in the safe room at Mountain View Elementary. Congratulations!! We are so proud of you!!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
3rd Grade Spelling Bee Winners
Mountain View Elementary Fourth Grade Class Spelling Bee Winners (from left to right) 1st - Trent Hudspeth 2nd - Connor Garrahan 3rd - Paris Tilley Alternate - Kenly Hallman These students have qualified for the School Spelling Bee, which will include grades 3rd-8th from the Mountain View campus. The next competition will be on November 22 in the safe room at Mountain View Elementary. Congratulations!! We are so proud of you!!
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
4th Grade Spelling Bee Winners
Mrs. Branscum’s class constructing and measuring “bone towers” for Halloween. The tallest tower was 5.25 inches!
almost 3 years ago, Carrie Futrell
Branscum
Branscum
Branscum
MVES-Mrs. Robinson’s 2nd graders read “Piñata Fiesta” in shared reading and made their own piñata, following the instructions given in the book. (Procedural/How-To Nonfiction) They busted it during their Halloween celebration.
almost 3 years ago, Kay Shipman
2nd grade
Making a piñata
2nd grade piñata
MV Kindergarten pumpkin patch trip
almost 3 years ago, Carrie Futrell
Pumpkin patch
Pumpkin patch
Pumpkin patch