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Harker Heights, TX
Students enrolled: 734
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500 Mountain Lion Road
Harker Heights, TX 76548

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(254) 336-1900
(254) 680-2479
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August 14, 2014
After reading the latest reviews I feel that I must respond to April 29. I do not know how in the world that parent can claim that the principal is incompetent. Dr. Podhaski has been nothing short of AMAZING as he kept the school running smoothly through a long and trying year of major renovation construction at Mountain View. Through it all he has remained the calm, caring, nurturing education professional that he has been since coming to MV two years ago. Had the 4/29 comment been made before that I would not be coming to anyone's defense. But the fact is that there is NO principal better than Dr. P.! To incoming parents: Of course everyone has an opinion, but you can rely on those posted by the vast majority that Mountain View remains an excellent school.

- submitted by a teacher
August 13, 2014
This is a great elementary school. The principal is fantastic and the staff is so friendly. The teachers are so creative and you can really see the love for the children at the school. I am so glad we are zoned for this campus!

- submitted by a parent
June 22, 2014
I love this school and so does my child. Is it perfect? Of course not, but I think it is the best in the area. I feel that the administration cares very much about the students, and the principal is a great leader while also being a warm, consistent role model for the students. The PTA is very involved and has raised funds for new playground equipment this year, and I'm sure much more that I'm not aware of. One thing that I do wish had happened this past year is that my child's teacher had been more involved with parents, handed back more work throughout the year instead of at the end, and had kept an up-to-date internet page where we could find out more information.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2014
This school is a tremendous disappointment. The principal is incompetent and so are the assistant principals. They want you to believe they are on top of things, but in all honesty, very little gets done and students are not a priority. Some teachers work very hard to provide for the students, but without a strong leadership, its a lost cause. Hopefully a new principal will come along who really knows how to run a school effectively.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2013
This is a great school. My son went to pre-k here and is getting ready to start kindergarten and he is very excited. This tells me a lot about how the faculty and staff are. I think all the staff and faculty are friendly and genuinely seem to enjoy teaching the kids. I would not send my son to any other elementary school in the district after experiencing Mountain View.

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2013
I am moving from Indiana to Harker Height. I am so nervous about this move mainly because of schools for my kindergarten, 2cd , & 4th graders...out of the 3 schools Mountain View seems amazing. My only concern is what I've read about this "Desert" I'm all good with the purpose it serves but as for the heat that Texas has is what makes this not safe..

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2013
Students who are being disciplined for misbehavior are made to sit out their lunch recess. Not sure if it's still called "The Desert" or not, but IMO this is an appropriate disciplinary measure for misbehaving students.

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2013
Question...I was reading about "the desert" back in 2011. Is this still being practiced? Im looking at buying a house and deciding between Copperas Cove and Harker Heights....If such a thing is being done at this school it'll make my decision easier. Thank you

- submitted by a community member
February 01, 2012
love love love our school. Teachers are excellent, the staff really does care for the kiddos! Parent involvement is encouraged.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2012
We have been a part of the Mountain View Family for 7 years. My oldest son went Kindergarten - 5th grade here and my youngest, 1st-3rd. It has been a positive experience all the way. This is a very community-oriented school. The teachers are committed, open, and genuinely care for their students. The office staff is helpful and friendly, the administration is visible and engaged, the PTA is positive and involved. My kids LOVED Chess Club and after-school Orchestra. We have been very happy with our experience here. After reading the previous comments, to clarify ... the 'desert' is simply another word for 'timeout' at recess. I have experienced every grade level at this school and (for my kids) 5th grade was the only grade to use that term. It just means the kids lost some recess time. My 5th grader spent some time in 'the desert' ... and was not scarred by the event. He just realized that he needed to modify his behavior to enjoy all of recess each day.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2011
I am surprised to see so much traffic about the desert practice. My oldest, now in 6th grade across the street, was in the desert about 3-4 times in 2 years. My younger two, both in 2nd, stated that 1 had NEVER been there and the other, only ONCE. Are we really going to get excited over our children being safely disciplined by the school? It's not corporal punishment, its a LOSS of privilege. Its a temporary behavior modification. I cannot imagine spending so much energy worrying about a simple discipline issue. If you don't want your child to lose privileges (play time), then you had better come up with a solution that meets your wishes. I am not saying my kids are perfect, but I am saying that unless I want to do recess duty EVERY day, when my child isn't playing fairly, or acts up, then YES they should lose out on the rest of recess. To me this is a MINOR issue. Don't throw the baby out with the bath water. We still have EXCELLENT staff, teachers and the BEST PTA hands down!!

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2011
Amen! And thank you for posting. I completely agree! And to the person who posted in August, i think the best person to direct your concerns to would be the principal of the school. I am certain she would be able to answer your questions or address your concerns as needed. I truly believe that the fifth grade teachers are excellent and have only the best instrests of their students and the school at heart.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2011
So this is seriously practiced? I was hoping this was a hoax. How do I find out more about this and STOP IT now! This is insane and I will pull my children out of this school ASAP if this really happens.

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2011
OK lets be honest about the "desert". Unless the ground is muddy they stand in the dirt between the cars and the play area, without an option to be in the shade and they all STAND not sit facing the parking lot. If they are not in the "desert" they can go to the covered pavilion for shade. I have seen up to 40 kids standing in the desert for whatever punishment, now tell me that this is effective? How is this different than the corporal punishment that Texas has banned now? As we all know the Texas sun and heat can be very damaging. Maybe they should try other tactics for punishment since clearly this does not work as there are ALWAYS kids in the desert.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2011
Can somebody please clarify this "DESERT" business?? I will not stand for that and need to make a decision on where my children will attend school. That is absolutely unacceptable. We come from DODEA schools where the Army Post has power to control issues like this... help please.

- submitted by a community member
April 16, 2011
Academically I think the school goes above and beyond to reach the needs of my children. However, recently I walked passed a class and overheard a teacher yelling at her class that they were going to stand in a desert. I learn that they make kids stand in the sun facing the parking lot in the heat as a punishment. How is this any different than a dunce cap in a corner? For this I am grateful that we won't be here long enough for my kids to have to go through that. That's embarrassing and degrading.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2011
Military family, 3 years with this school. My son entered into 5th grade coming from an out of state school on an ILP. It didn't transfer here and I was nervous. His teacher was a miracle worker who gave him a love of reading and an attitude towards testing that launched him out of the box he had been placed in. My daughter, who is advanced, was placed in a cluster class and loves it. What impresses me most is the over all character they recognize and develop in the kids. They have community programs that encourage the kids to think of others and teach them that they can help and are important. I LOVE this school.

- submitted by a parent
July 07, 2010
We spent 2 school years at Mt View...when we left this last April, I had a 3rd Grader, 1st Grader and Preschooler. I cannot say enough about the quality of this school! It takes leaving a place to really appreciate it, I think. My first two children were TAG identified, and they were pushed to their potential. I thought that moving to a Metropolitan area would put them at a disadvantage, but my kids were far ahead of their classmates when they enrolled. Being an involved parent makes a huge difference, in my opinion! I always felt in the loop, and felt I had a voice. No school is perfect, but this school has been nurturing, encouraging, and motivating despite a rough duty station (deployment of a parent). Counselors are phenomenal!

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2010
Mountain View Elementary School cares very much about each and every student. This is Pre-K through 6th Grade. They go beyond the call of duty to help each student, as if that was there only student. This is from the Principal to the Custodians. Mountain View Elementary School has a great reputation of being one of the best school in the Killeen ISD.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2010
At present, we have a 3rd and a 1st grader enrolled at Mountain View. My eldest has been a lion for four years. We love this school Every teacher we have had has been wonderful to work with and has truly gotten to know their learning style. They maintain high behaviorial standards. It is a nice size school, not too big. Whenever I have had concerns, the teachers and administraion have heard me and we've resolved the issue. In pariticular, my eldest has dyslexia. The understanding and program that Mtn View has given her has been outstanding. ONce Identified as dyslexic, and enrolled in the program her reading has gone from weak to proficient within six months. If i could, I would take this school with me to our next duty station.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2010
a great school! it is a smaller and more traditional school. nothing fancy or big about it. thats what I love about it.

- submitted by a parent
January 12, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2009
Moutain is located in a great community. I currently have a 5th grader and a 3rd grader who attendened Mt. View. Both my children have been their since pre-k. The staff at Mt. View are great, they are dedicated to the education of every child. It is among the few public schools in Texas to receive a distinguished GreatSchools Rating of 8 out of 10. Just last school year parents voulenteered 3000 hours of their time; in helping the students reading groups, school activites, class room / teacher help and field trips. The Mt. View Community is great and we all dedicate all we can in making our school the best in the KISDistrict. I'm a proud parent of two Mt. Lions.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2009
My son attended PPCD here for a short time before moving districts. Had a wonderful experience. The teacher was very good at handling him and his needs and the other classmates. I felt very involved and they had very good communication. They put all my concerns about my child at ease when needed.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 31, 2009
School is starting in a few weeks and I am very concerned about this school. The teachers here are terrific, and they really care about their students. However, the administration does not show the same interest in the children as the teachers do. Safety here is not the greatest, bullying by students is high, and often parent concerns are brushed off. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that anything will change, at least not until they get a new principal, and vice principals. As a parent, be over vigilant because no one else will be.

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2009
I must admit I am very disappointed in this school. When we were stationed here four years ago, the principal was approachable, and had a genuine care and concern for the school. That is not evident under the new regime. When you walk through the doors, no longer is there a friendly feeling.....I see stressed out people running all over the place, and children who are afriad of being yelled at. Had I known things would have changed so much in so short a time, I would have moved to a different neighborhood, probably the one where Mr. Coleman is now. Parents beware, KISD please notice---this school used to be fantastic.

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2009
Wow!! Awesome Kindergarten Graduation today!! The songs were wonderful & my child so proud & excited!!! We truly appreciate the teachers who worked so hard with the students, the instructional assistants who work with them, the Specials teachers who build their skills, & the administration who is so supportive of Learning at Mt. View! Hats off to Mrs. Atkisson, Ms. Diaz, Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Skidmore, Mrs. Teston, Mrs. Gullekson, Ms. Tucker, Mrs. Frierson, Mrs. Polson, & Mrs. Varljen! What a wonderful day & year!!

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2009
My Son started Mt. View since Aug. 2003 and my daughter started in 2005 and I must say that my husband and I love the school. The staff at Mt. View have always been great. The teachers go out of their way to make sure the kids get the education to suceed

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2009
My two students attended MV for the last 3 yrs. One is a current TAG student who started out below grade level in a regular class. I can honestly say that the TAG program and cluster classes have been a wonderful experience in boosting her self esteem and providing her with a wonderful education. My youngest who began school at MV has not had such a wonderful experience. Unfortunately he had a teacher that did not teach at all and was almost held back a grade, having to attend summer school after the first grade. Luckily since then he has had better teachers and continues to improve, now making all A's and B's. All the staff recognizes me and seem to know my children well. Admin fills their role as do teachers. Excellent extracurriculars! The drop off/pick up system is a pain, but it's a great school overall.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2009
Mt. View is a wonderful school. This is our first year here and I couldn't be more impressed. They have embraced my children and I am amazed every day at what they are learning. They are especially tuned in to the need of the military community since there are so many students here with a military parent. They have a special program for children who have a parent deployed which is wonderful. I can't say enough wonderful things about our experience here. Wonderful teachers and a great place for my 2 young children to start their education. Thank you Mt. View.

- submitted by a parent
February 14, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2008
Mt. View is a wonderful school! The teachers truly care about their students and work hard to address student needs. Teachers & administration set high standards for student success. The principal is visible and approachable. She supports the teachers and is available to parents. Extra curricular activities are above average. PE, Music, Chess Club, Student council, safety patrol...Wow! Mt. View is a great place to be!

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2008
I have been a Parent at Mountain View for many years now. Over the past three years I have seen the fall of the administration. I feel as though the Mountain View Family has been pulled apart, and everything that it stands for is lost. The administration seems to care more about doing paperwork and being over the teachers rather than taking the time to develop relationships with students and staff. Brenda King, the first Principal of Mountain View, made the school warm and inviting. She took the time out of her day to hug a child or read a book with a class, now I feel as though I am walking into a Prison rather than a school. Teachers look as though they have been to hell and back, and can you blame them? My children have had excellent teachers at Mt.View, I can't say the same about the administration.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2008
I disagree with the negative comments posted here. We have had a great experience at Mt. View. We find the principal and staff readily available for any concerns or comments. They have a great volunteer community in which you are always welcome at the school. The PTA provides valuable tools and funds for further learning, as well as fun events. Our children have excelled here due to the wonderful teachers and administration.

- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2008
I feel that I need to respond to these negative messages as I personally know the people who have written some of them and know for a fact that they have had specific incidences in which they have disagreed with the principal. Mountain View is a very good school. I have been very pleased with the education and opportunities that my students have been provided while on this campus. As with all schools, there are great teachers, good teachers, and those that are not so good. The staff is hardworking and although sometimes you might hear one of them yell at a child, this is extremely rare and usually when things are very busy or loud such as in the cafeteria. ALL members of the staff care very deeply for the children and the children are provided with tremendous learning opportunities both in the classroom and outside.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
no rating June 06, 2008
I am in complete agreement with the person who made the last comment. This school needs to find a more professional and caring administrative staff if it ever hopes to survive. The principal is driving the school straight into the ground, but it seems like the administrative powers don't really seem to care.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2008
The one star I am giving is for the teacher my daughter had, otherwise I wouldn't put a dog in this school. The classrooms are overcrowded and run like a prison, the specials are short and aimed at occupying a block of time so the teacher can have a break. Plus, who ever heard of a 15 minutes recess? The principal and assistants are idiots who couldn't find their way out out of paper bag with a map and a compass. substitutes are horrible and I've actually seen one scream at a kindergarten class to shut up. Hmmm, shall I go on? How about the lunch menu? 4 and 5 year old kids get a whole orange to eat, but no one to help them peel it or open it? They can't even cut the orange up for them? I would stay away from this school and KISD in general.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2008
This school is wonderful on account of three very wonderful, loving and caring kindergarten teachers. Mrs. Diaz, Mrs. Skidmore, and Mrs. Atkisson love the children and do their best to ensure that all the children in THEIR classes receive the kind of attention that only they can give. What a wonderful impact these women have on the lives of the children who are lucky enough to find themselves in one these rooms. The administration should thank these women that they are able to give such a positive first impression of what school should be.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating April 25, 2008
This school only gets one star because I have to give it something to allow me to comment. The classrooms are overcrowded, everything focuses on the TAKs test and the administration can't see past their noses to realize they've got a mountain sized problem on their hands, which is only going to get worse. And God forbid your child need something extra, like help with a reading disability, because you will only get excuses as why your child doesn't qualify. Its a pathetic, sad excuse. I would like to say though that the teachers there do try, they are as overwhelemd with the same issues. you are better off homeschooling or going with a private schoo, KISD really has no better alternatives.

- submitted by a parent
April 09, 2008
Over the past three years I have seen the quality of the school go down. The administration does not take the parents seriously whenever concerns are voiced. When confronted with an issue all of a sudden it was never meant the way it was worded in newletters. If they are so concerned about the safety of the children then they need to look past parents walking their children through the parking lots, they need to look at the portable that has one door to it and a tow away fire zone that parents park in. Both of these are bigger safety issues than walking through a parking lot. This school has some wonderful teachers in it and if the administration keeps treating both their staff and the parents as if we do not matter they are going to lose great staff.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2008
I have two children in this school and feel that over this school year the Administration has made parents feel extremely unwelcome at the school. The two Vice principals feel it is ok to talk down to parents and most of the parents are fully educated and probably know more about children than these two women do. Also I have been told on a number of occasions that TAG testing is only done once a year for previous students, and I find this to be ridiculous. I had to talk to an Administrator last year in regards to a problem with a teacher and felt the matter was never handled and my child was made to feel bad about himself everyday for the rest of the year and hated school when he started this year. His teacher this year is amazing and has made it so he enjoys school again.

- submitted by a parent
December 01, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2007
My children went to Mountainview for 2 years and we were very unhappy with our experience. The school is overcrowded so as a result they are very strict with the kids. So strict that it reminded us of a military school. If you are in the school you will hear of teachers and staff yelling at the kids, especially in the lunch room. We have since moved and discover that kids can learn without being intimidated and yelled at! Mountainview need to learn that school can and should be fun!

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 26, 2007
I have two kids at Mountain View. Over the past four years, I have seen a decline in the overall education of its students. When my oldest was in K, there were pull-out programs available for those that were recognized as needing to go above and beyond in certain academic areas, such as reading, math, etc. No more. Unless you are a parent of a child with special needs, or the parent of a TAG student, there is nothing extra available to push students above or beyond their potential. At Meet the Teacher night, I was a bit dismayed by the class sizes.....my child's K class has 22 students with no permanent aide! How is any teacher, even under the best of circumstances, able to meet the needs of 22 kids? I'll be watching this year closely to see if things are improved, but I'm not optimistic.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2007
Our two children are MtView Mountain Lions. The students, teachers, parents, awesome PTA, and former principals are what put Mountain View on the academic map. Strong academic focus. Wonderful media/resources/assistants. Computer labs. Many fantastic teachers are enthusiastic/willing to go the extra mile as sponsors/tutors... some aren't. Art/Drama materials are given to teachers who can't use them because of time/TAKS/misc constraints. PE only, many go the local HHP&R route. Strings/Vocal Music programs! Awesome librarian! The current administration is unprofessional except for Mrs. T. Admin just doesn't appreciate or assist staff and get in the trenches until parents call the Superintendent's office and complain that needs aren't being met. Support staff, teachers, parents and students manage to persevere above all the bureaucracy and NCLB garbage to turn out great kids prepared for middle school.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2007
My children have attended Mountain View since 1999. Over the past 2 years there seems to be a great decline in communication with the parents. When the administration is approached with concerns regarding students and their classroom placement, answers are vague and redirected. A major concern is a shortage of teaching assistants, class size and safety of the building. The building is not as appealing and clean as it should be, but there is talk the PTA is attempting to fix the appearance. Overall, things seem disorganized. Hopefully improvements are in the making.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2007
Mt. View, at one time was a school of distinction. That is no more. For those parents lucky enough to have had a teacher that went above and beyond bravo. For those parents with a child that had a special need not so great. Too many students, not enough classroom space. After 2nd grade students are taught a curriculum of TAKS with no improvement of TAKS scores. Playtime was limited and taken away as a form of punishment. Because of class size lunch time starts mid morning. Extracurricular activities were great. No art classes or time for art in classroom, to busy studying for TAKS. To many restrictions for your child if they were an outside the box child. Teachers not willing or able to work effectively for each child. As a parent I was involved on a daily basis and was a daily volunteer. I was also involved in PTA.

- submitted by a parent
June 24, 2006
The TAG program is great but teachers in non-TAG classes do a poor job of differentiating the curriculum for kids who need it. The teachers I experienced did not allow parent volunteers and were poor at communicating the lesson plan so parents could help the kids with subjects at home. I'm hoping the new principal makes a difference.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2006
Parental involvement is great but there isn't any art and very few extra curricular activities. Great TAG program but children not in TAG are left at a disadvantage.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2006
Very good school, nice teachers, walkers have trouble getting to school

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2006
Two of my children attended Mountain View. There is a lot of parent involvement in the school. They have a violin program and a good choir. The TAG program is great. My ADHD child had a difficult time at Mt. View though.

- submitted by a parent
December 11, 2005
Left this school in 2002 to go to West Point, New York. Thought the new school would be a 'mini academy'. Gosh were we wrong. Love this school so much we are fighting to have orders changed so we can return to Texas and reenroll our 4 children back into mountainview. Academics are second to none! Staff is caring and motivated. Everything is truly better in Texas!

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2005
I can't complain about anything at Mountain View. The teachers and the staff care about the students and do everything they can to help them succeed. I have two children at Moutain View and they are both eager about going to school in the mornings.

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June 24, 2005
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May 14, 2005
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April 20, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2004
I had three children go through Mountain View beginning in 1993. I have never loved an elementary school like I did MV. We are always reminiscing about it. Only good memories. We never had a bad teacher, only the best. Had my life not taken the turn it did, daughter # 4 would be there with Mountain Lion pride! The education level is astounding, AR program awesome, you name it and this school outdid itself in every aspect. In closing I feel it was a blessing to have had my children at this school and seeing what other schools have had to offer my children since we have moved. Theres no place like Mountain View!

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2004
Mountain View Elementary school takes pride in empowering students with the essential knowledge and skills in order to embrace a life-long love of learning. The school also teaches children responsible citizenship through many community outreach programs. The faculty and staff at Mountain View are a group of dedicated individuals working toward a common goal in educating our future. I take pride in being the parent of a Mountain View student.

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2003
A school that looks at the student as an individual. Staff that is willing to go out of their way to assist in any way necessary. Parents that are concerned about learning envoirment and opportunities. Parents are drawn to the community because of the school.

- submitted by a community member
September 01, 2003
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- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2003
This is a great school. The one thing I would change is that every grade get to do a musical. The kids would really enjoy that.

- submitted by a parent
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Mountain View Elementary School
500 Mountain Lion Road, Harker Heights, TX  76548
(254) 336-1900
Last modified Mountain View Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 8 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Mountain View Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 68 reviews. Top