All individuals in the Montview community work together as a team to increase student achievement which contributes to our students graduating from high school and having the choice to go to college.
Montview is one of the 2012 Foundations for Great Schools grant award winners
Recently, some of the fifth graders participated in a Super School News Cast at RMPBS. Here's there newscast. It will air on PBS beginning Tuesday 12/17/2013 through the following Saturday on Tuesday at 2:55 pm, Thursday 10:55 am, and Saturday 2:55 pm.
Here are some of the highlights from the recent 5th grade field trip to Calwood (at Camp Tahosa) this year.
Montview Elementary hosted its first celebration for Veterans from past and present by Saluting America—the walls of Montview poured out support to members of the military, past and present; we also had a breakfast for our heroes which featured student leaders/servers and Remix and SoundCheck group performances led by our music teacher Lyza George. The day was topped off with Veterans and those currently in service reading aloud picture books about military life to students in various classrooms.
Here is information regarding our school uniform policy:
Our goal is to provide consistent school dress code for
students. It is our belief that having a dress code offers
the best chance for effective, enforceable consistency for
our students and staff. To maintain our high standards,
the following are our uniform guidelines:
Pants (Navy Blue, Black, Kaki or Jeans)
- Jeans should be dark in color and have no
Shirts (White or Blue)
- Sleeveless tops, including tank tops, should
be at least three fingers wide, measured with
- All tops should cover the body leaving no
- Tops should also be plain with no pictures
Teachers, or other adults may possibly make additional decisions (jewelry, shoes, dyed hair) based on whether the student’s attire or accessories are a distraction to learning for themselves or others