Parents Page

All teachers and staff at Monaview Elementary School are Highly Qualified as outlined in No Child Left Behind. If you have any questions about the qualifications of teachers or staff at Monaview Elementary, please contact Damon Qualls, Principal or Shannon Land, Title I Facilitator.

We would love for you to come volunteer! You can show up whenever you have some free time, and we'll definitely find a way for you to help our hard-working team! We can all work together to help our students do their best by taking a little bit of the load off of our faculty and staff!

Children's Online Privacy Protection Act – COPPA

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Greenville County Schools believes that technology is an important resource for enhancing the education of students with the most effective web-based tools and applications for learning. To provide students with access to web-based resources and to comply with federal regulations, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), pertaining to the confidentiality of student information, Greenville County Schools has considered the educational value of and entered into agreements with several third-party computer software applications and web-based services. These third-party providers include Edmodo, Google Apps for Education, Office 365 for Education, and other similar educational programs. A list of the programs with the terms of use and privacy policy for each can be found at the Greenville County School’s COPPA Page.

Parent Resources

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Supporting Monaview through PTA

Behavior and Intervention Support

School District Support

Family-Friendly Standards

Supplemental Services
A child who has qualified for FARMS, is able to receive extra help with Reading or Math. There are many different providers. For more information, contact Shannon Land at 355-4316.

District Bullying Information

Visiting During School Hours

The staff at Monaview Elementary welcomes visits from parents since it increases the spirit of teamwork between the school and home.

All visitors in the building, including parents and school volunteers, must stop by the office first and sign in so that their presence in the building is known and pick up a visitor’s badge. All visitors will be required to present a valid form of photo identification (ex. driver's license or passport).  The staff feels a responsibility to parents to insure the safety and well-being of students while they are at school.

For that reason, visitors are asked to display the badge conspicuously so that any intruder in the building may be quickly noted. Parents who are not wearing a badge may be asked by a staff member or student to report to the office. All doors will be locked after 8:00 a.m. The only access into the building will be through the reception area doors in the front of the building.

School Arrival and Dismissal

Staff and Safety patrols begin duty at 7:25. Front doors to the school will be open at this time. Students dropped off before 7:25 will be unattended and it is highly encouraged for students not to arrive before this time. Upon entering, students will proceed to breakfast and then classroom hallways. The 7:45 bell will allow students to enter the classroom. The final bell will ring at 8:00 where the front doors will be closed. All students entering after 8:00 will be tardy and must be signed into school with a parent.

Bus riders and walkers enter at the back of the building. Bus riders will move to a holding area until 7:20 where they will be dismissed to breakfast.

At dismissal, buses and walkers will dismiss from the back of the school at 2:30. All car riders will dismiss from the front of the school. Car riders need to display car numbers for easy view. Car dismissal should end by 2:50. After this time, late arrivals must enter the school to pick up students.

During late stay or early dismissal, a picture ID must be verified to keep students safe. No early dismissals will be allowed after 1:55.