Mountain View Belief Statements
- We believe that learning is an ongoing process where taking risks, valuing mistakes and providing feedback are essential elements.
- We believe that the positive relationships among home, school and community promote our students' success. We believe that all of our students can learn and we accept responsibility for ensuring their growth.
- We believe our community values integrity, positive character and good citizenship.
- We believe that learning communities are where students are supported to become self-directed lifelong learners.
- We ROCK the Mountain View Way
- The Mountain View way- Be kind, Be safe, Do your job, Show initiative
Mountain View is a high achieving, high performing school that serves a diverse population. Most importantly, we pride ourselves on being a caring community where our students ROCK.
Mountain View is a special place where as a community, we laugh, grow and learn together in a warm and nurturing environment. Our center-based Deaf and Hard of Hearing program is a unique regional program that sets us apart. This program is a strong, school-wide community of students, families, and staff partnering together to provide opportunities for every child to thrive and achieve to their fullest potential.
The Mountain View experience includes:
- Specials classes: Art, Music, Physical Education and Technology
- Library Media Center with over 12,000 titles
- Extended Day Kindergarten Program
- Genius Lab iPads and Chrome Books integrated into classroom instruction
- Literacy support
- Extensive after/before school club opportunities
- Gifted & Talented enrichment opportunities
- Exceptional special education programming
Who We Are
Mountain View is located on the western edge of the Adams 12 Five Star District in Broomfield, Colorado. It is a large elementary school of 600 students. The school is unique because it houses a center-based Deaf/Hard of Hearing (D/HH) program for preschool through fifth graders. The D/HH program serves students in Adams County and part of Broomfield County. The D/HH program adds an additional 60+ special needs students to our school each year. Although some of these students are in self-contained classrooms for instructional support matched directly to their unique needs, many of our D/HH students are mainstreamed into traditional classrooms with sign language interpreters to support them.
In addition to the students in our D/HH program, 12% of our student population qualify as English Language Learners (ELL). Approximately 11% of our students are identified as Gifted and Talented (G/T), one of the largest percentages of any traditional elementary school in the district.
We are proud to have earned the Colorado Department of Education's Accreditation with Distinction Award in 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. Additionally, we also earned the Governor's Improvement Award in 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. Our teachers have won various awards and grants, such as the Adams 12 Innovation Grant Award (three years in a row!) and the Jared Polis Technology Grant Award for 2017-2018.