Parents of 5th Grade Students
Blue Ridge Middle School is hosting a "Tigers in Training" Curriculum Night on Monday, March 4th at 6:00 pm at BRMS. Parents and students will have a chance to tour the school and ask questions of Administration, Guidance & Faculty that evening. On the morning of March 4th, 5th grade teachers will take our students to BRMS at 9:00 am to visit the school! Fieldtrip forms will go home the week of February 4th and must be signed and returned by February 20th for students to visit the middle school that morning.
Father Daughter Dance
Mountain View Elementary PTA invites girls who attend MVE and their fathers (or another adult male figure) to the annual Father Daughter Dance on Friday, February 15, from 6:00-7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 per couple when pre-ordered by February 13, or $15 per couple at the door. Each additional girl is $5. Tickets will include dancing, dessert, and drinks.
Art Competition & Exhibition
All Mountain View Elementary School Students are eligible and encouraged to participate in this year's Art Competition and Exhibition. This year's theme is Friendship. Show us what friendship means to you! Prize medals will be awarded in each of the 4 art categories: 3-D art (pottery, sculpture), photography, visual art (painting, drawing), and written art (stories, poetry). In addition, there will be a Grand Prize winner in 2 overall divisions: K4-2nd grade and 3rd-5th grade. Grand Prize winners will each receive a Chromebook! Artwork and entry submissions must be turned in Wednesday, March 13 or Thursday, March 14. Winners will be announced at All-Arts Night on Monday, April 1.
Greater Greer Education Foundation Grant
Congratulations to Ms. Dill on winning a Greater Greer Education Foundation grant. Ms. Dill has partnered with the North Greenville University art department and a future Eagle Scout, to transform the concrete area on our K4/K5 playground into a usable, educational space. Upon completion, this space will provide opportunities for kinesthetic learning for the students as they jump from number to number, walk on alphabet letters or count by tens as they do hopscotch. Mountain View is excited to partner with members from our community on this endeavor, and upon completion of this project, pictures will be posted on our website.
The mission of Mountain View Elementary School, in cooperation with the community, is to provide a safe, positive environment where children build skills, knowledge, and character needed for lifelong learning.