Welcome to Mountain View
A Georgia School of Excellence
Celebrating Over 80 Years of Excellence

Dr. Renee Garriss, Principal  |   Dr. Whitney Spooner, Assistant Principal

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1928         to        2018

News and Information

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Some of our 5th grade students participated in the Inventure Challenge.  For more images and information on this amazing challenge, please visit the http://www.cobblearning.net/mvutarget/

Inventure 1

Congratualtions to Cara P. and John P.!  They both placed in the Cobb-Paulding Science Fair!  We are so proud of all the students that entered!

Science Fair


Walton High School is offering a Summer STEM Camp!

For more information please click on this link!


Kindergarten Registration

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2018-2019 School Choice

The Cobb County School District is again offering

School Choice (HB 251)

transfers for the 2018-2019 school year. Individual school

capacity information and applications will be available beginning

February 5, 2018 on the District website.

For more information, please

see our 2018-19 School Choice webpage.

Deadline for applying is Wednesday, February 28, 2018.

Parents, please take time each weekend to wash jackets, water bottles, wipe down backpacks, binders, etc. to help prevent illnesses during flu season.  We are trying to be preventive at Mountain View in combating the flu that we are hearing about on the news lately.

Please view the link to learn more information about the flu.

Flu Information

Mountain View was ranked 45th out of the top 100 schools in Georgia!  Check out Niche.com!

Way to go team!



See the attached flyer for an opportunity to sign up for a Cobb STEM Camp February 19-21 for
grades 3-8

Cobb STEM Camp

Sibling Transfers - Parents/guardians of a student who has a sibling already enrolled in a District school through an approved transfer may apply for a younger sibling to attend the same school in accordance with District Administrative Rule JBCD-R. This provision attempts to address siblings enrolled in different schools at the same time due to an approved transfer. A sibling is defined as a brother, sister, step-brother, or step-sister living in the same household and who otherwise meets the requirements for enrollment. 

The application window for the 2018-2019 school year will be open from January 4, 2018 through January 31, 2018. 


For more information about this opportunity, and for a link to the online application, visit http://www.cobbk12.org/generalinfo/transfers/schoolchoice.aspx

The Georgia Department of Education welcomes feedback from teachers, administrators, and parents regarding the review of the Physical Education Georgia Performance Standards (GPS). This survey feedback will be used to inform the development of Physical Education Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE).

Please complete the survey between November 28 – January 12.



Our CCRPI score is in!  99.7!  Thank you to all of the staff and Mountain View Family for all of your hard work!

The Cows Were Flying at Mountain View!

We reached our fundraiser goal!

Congratulations to all of our winners!



The East Cobber Parade celebrating out Teacher of the Year Kristin Shildneck and our Classified Employee of the Year Barbara Glenn!



Our school opening is now on YouTube!  Click the link below to view our opening!

Mountain View Opening


2017-2018 Mountain View Elementary Carpool Procedures

In order to expedite car pool in the safest and most efficient manner, we ask that you adhere to the following guidelines:


General Safety Guidelines:

·       Please use both lanes of the driveway when entering Mountain View.

·       Traffic must merge into one lane at the traffic cones.

·       Stay in a single line.  Please do not pass cars unless directed by staff.

·       Your child needs to exit and enter the car from the passenger side (the curb side).  If they cannot exit and enter from this side you will need to park and either walk them across the parking lot or walk over to retrieve them in the afternoon.


·       Please pull your car as far forward as possible before stopping to let your student out.  This allows more students to exit their vehicles.

·       Students should be ready to exit the car when it stops.  Please make sure that students are ready to get out when the car stops.

·       Students should exit from the passenger side ONLY.

·       Please drive slowly and watch for pedestrians.

·       Parents are not allowed to get out of their cars.  Should your child need additional assistance getting out of the vehicle or unloading items, please park and escort your student into the building.

·       Please allow extra time during inclement weather.

·       Carpool begins at 7:20 a.m.  Students are not permitted to be dropped off before this time.

·       It is imperative that students are not dropped off in the parking lot, only in the car rider line.

·       Students will be marked tardy if they are not in their classrooms when the bell rings at
7:50 a.m. If your child is tardy, please park your car and escort your child to the office to check them into school.


·       Afternoon carpool begins at 2:20 p.m.

·       Cars should pull as far forward as possible before stopping.

·       Please display your car rider tag on your rear view mirror to expedite our ability to call for your student(s). Mountain View duty personnel and safety patrol will escort the student to your car.

·       If you do not have a car rider tag on display, you will need to park your vehicle to retrieve your student(s).

·       Parents are not allowed to get out of their cars.  Should your child need additional assistance getting buckled in, please pull into the parking lot to take care of these concerns.

·       Students not picked up by 2:40 will be placed into ASP at the parents’ expense.


Walkers will be dismissed after the rush of carpool ends at approximately 2:35. 


Thank you for your cooperation with keeping everyone’s safety in mind.

Check out the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and School Opening

CobbCast Blog: http://cobbcast.cobbk12.org/?p=20526

Yellow Tag

Special note to parents of children 8 years old or younger:  A yellow tag will be issued to your student.  Please attach it to his/her book bag. This tag will assist transportation staff to quickly identify that your student is 8 years old or younger, which provides another safety net for proper delivery of your child. The yellow tag must remain on the top strap of your child’s bookbag and be visible to the driver at all times.  For safety purposes, do not write or remove the tag.


Water will be allowed on the busses during the months of August and September only.  ALL students may bring water in containers with a screw on lid.  If you have any questions, please contact the Transportation Department at 678/594-8000, or email your transportation area supervisor whose email can be found on the transportation website: http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/Transportation/

Sign up For a Tour of Our NEW School is Now Available!

Mountain View Elem

Please click on the Sign Up Genius link below to schedule your tour time. 


Congratualtions to Anna Turner!  She is the 100th graduate to earn her STEM certification! 

Anna Turner

Read her interview here!


Congratulations to Melissa Edwards, Megan Zimmerman, Karen Stippich, Angela Smith, Anna Turner, Debby Taylor, Hannah Roge, Robyn Greco, and Doreen Campbell!  These teachers have received their STEM certification!

Congratulations to Kristin Shildneck and Barbara Glynn!  Kristin is our Teacher of the Year and Barbara is our Certified Employee of the Year! 


 Congratualtions to the Mountain View Chess Team!  We placed 5th in the State at the tournament!  Way to go to the Chess Club and the students that participated!

 Congratulations to Nancy Janas!!!  SHAPE America has announced Nancy Janas as the 2017 SHAPE America Jump Rope for Heart/Hoops for Heart Recognition Award recipient! 


Read the press release here!

Here is the Advanced Content Power Point

If you were unable to attend the meeting you may review the Power Point

Parent Blackboard Portal Link

Parent information Sheet - Click on the PDF file below to review the instructions on using Blackboard.


Mountain View Recognized as Platinum Fit-Friendly Worksite

Mountain View has been awarded the Platinum Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association. As a Platinum level award recipient, Mountain View has fulfilled key criteria and demonstrated a strong commitment to providing a healthy workplace for employees.

Parent Guide to Office 365

Please use the links below to assist you in accessing and downloading Office 365 at home:

o   Consent via Email  


o   Consent via Synergy ParentVUE   


 National PTA Names Mountain View Elementary a  2015-2017 National PTA School of Excellence

PTA School of ExcellenceWe are excited to announce that Mountain View Elementary School has been named a National PTA School of Excellence! As a National PTA School of Excellence, MVES made significant progress to welcome and empower families to support student success and school improvements during the course of the 2014-2015 school year.

Mountain View Elementary School joins an elite group of schools recognized by the National PTA for its partnership with families through PTA to enrich the educational experience and overall well-being for all students.  

Safe Route to School ForumMountain View Selected Safe Route to School Forum Partner of the Year
Congratulations to Mountain View Elementary School and PTA for being selected as the North Georgia Region 2015 Partner of the Year at the Safe Routes to School Forum.  This demonstrates outstanding commitment to encouraging students to walk and bike to school and an admirable dedication to caring for the environment.  

Mountain View Receives
2016 Georgia SHAPE Award

Mountain View Elementary School was awarded the 2015 Platinum Achievement in Wellness from the Governor’s SHAPE Honor Roll. This award recognizes Mountain View's dedication to creating a healthy school environment and a culture of wellness for staff, students, and community.

Mountain View Receives Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Project S.A.V.E.’s Heart Safe Certification
Mountain View has completed the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s Project S.A.V.E.’s Heart Safe certification. Our Cardiac Emergency Action Plan has been formulated and practiced in the event of a Sudden Cardiac Emergency.

Mountain View Wins 3-2-1
Blastoff Award
We are fired up to announce that Mountain View has won the 3-2-1 Blastoff Award in the amount of $150! Fire Up Your Feet is a core program of Safe Routes to School National Partnership available to any elementary and middle school (grades K-8) nationally. Please click here for more information about the Fire Up Your Feet program.

Mountain View Recognized By
Let's Move!
Active Schools for
Promotion of Physical Activity
Let's Move! Active Schools, a sub-initiative of First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move! campaign, recognized Mountain View for creating an active school environment that provides students with opportunities to move throught the school day. To earn recognition, Mountain View improved its physical education and student wellness policies and programs, including the addition of physical activity options throughout the school day, the promotion of active commuting, and the implementation of policies that support physical activity.

District Direction for
Continuous Improvement

Please click here to view the chart entitled
"One Team, One Goal: Student Success."

 Gold Award

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