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Superintendent Message

The Superintendent, Mr. McClure, is on medical leave for June 2018. Please contact the central office if you require assistance during the summer.  The phone number is 403-543-5078.

Grade 4 Recyclers!

Grade 4 students at Mountain View have been busy helping our school and environment by running our drink container recycling program! Each day at lunch recess, volunteer grade 4 students make their rounds to each classroom to collect drink containers. They then work as a team to empty, clean and count the containers. It's hard,

Character Education with The NED Program!

Students at Mountain View campus recently enjoyed an entertaining presentation from The NED Show, a school wide character education program that promotes a culture of kindness and excellence in the school setting. NED is a lovable cartoon character whose name reminds students to always follow three simple guiding principles: Never give up, Encourage others, and

Slime A Palooza Success

This was a community engagement event held for Mountain View families. Bringing families together to build connection.   ½ Cup Elmer's White School Glue ½ Cup Water 5 - 7 Drops of food coloring MIX WELL Add 1 TSP of Slime Solution (Recipe Below) MIX VERY WELL FOR MINIMALLY 2 MINUTES Add 1

Clay for Kids with Grade 3!

The Grade 3 students at Mountain View campus recently tested their hands on building skills with a visit from Clay for Kids. Students made coiled Indian elephant pots to supplement our Social Studies focus on India and learned about the specific properties of clay as a building material. They discovered that when working with clay,

Grade 2 Ukrainian Cultural Presentation

On Friday, April 20, the Grade Two classes had the opportunity to take part in a Ukrainian Cultural presentation and dance workshop in the Mountain View Campus gymnasium. Students began their morning by engaging in a discussion about Ukrainian history and culture while looking at some artwork and artifacts. Students then got to practice traditional

Empathy Virtue Assembly

This year for our Empathy Virtue, students read the story of Ivan the Gorilla, who was known as “The Mall Gorilla”, as he was captured in the wild and forced to live in a mall. Students used their empathy to imagine what it would be like to be taken from your home and forced to