End Year State Testing
Students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades in South Carolina will take the SC READY and SCPASS assessments in May. The ELA assessments will be administered in the paper-format; whereas, the mathematics, science, and social studies tests will be administered with an online-format. The testing dates are listed below. Please make every effort to have your children present and on-time for testing.
Tuesday, May 22 = 4th grade Writing (paper/pencil)
Wednesday, May 23 = 4th grade Reading (paper/pencil)
Our annual Career Day will be on Thursday, May 31s. We would love to have some door prizes to give away to the students as they complete different career activities. If you would be willing to donate a door prize, please send or bring to MVE by May 30th and give to Julie Cannon, School Counselor.(email@example.com)
Greenville County Schools will host a Job Fair for custodians, head custodians, and plant engineers on Tuesday, May 22, 5:00 – 7:00 PM, at Duncan Chapel Elementary School. Click here for more information.
Health Room Medications
All student medication should be picked up from the Health Room by Tuesday, June 5 at 3:00 pm. All medications not picked up will be destroyed on June 6.
Visitors During Testing
While testing is in progress from May 9 - 23, we ask that there are no visitors in the building until after 12:00 pm. This includes parents or other visitors coming for lunch.
New School Store
We are excited to introduce our new School Store, available through My School Bucks! Click on the button below to pay for birthday grams, after school fees, and more! Login to your existing my school bucks account or create a new account.
GCS Security Plan and Law Enforcement Partnerships
Greenville County Schools has a strong partnership with local law enforcement. GCS Superintendent Dr. Burke Royster, Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis, Greenville Police Chief Ken Miller and Travelers Rest Police Chief Lance Crowe talk about school security and give their advice to parents in the video below. We encourage parents to view the video and visit the district webpage for more information about GCS security.
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.