Principal's Message


                                                Fun at the Bike Road-e-o!                                 Cole Tettmar and Aurora Templeton received recognition from

                                                                                                                              Lieutenant Governor, Lois Mitchell for poems they wrote for a

                                                                                                                              Canada 150 poetry contest! Congratulations!   


May 19, 2017


We were pleased to see so many families visiting Mountview during our Showcase and Kindergarten Open House this week. We had many current families in to check out the assembly and the displays of student work and we also saw lots of new families who will be joining us next year from Grandview and Barrie Wilson schools. I wish to thank Miss Kati Ramsden for another excellent assembly of student talent and a grand merci to all of our staff for putting on an amazing showcase of student projects, art, and writing! It takes a team to make this school tick and we have a GREAT team!


Our staff met this Friday, May 19th to work on our Education Plan for next year. We discussed and brainstormed ways to work on the district goals of Literacy & Numeracy, Equity and Student Success and Completion. We have a very dedicated and professional staff who are committed to student success and learning. We will be sharing our Education Plan at the next School Council meeting on June 14 at 6:30 in our school library.  You will also be able to find our Education Plan on our school website.


Thank you very much to the parents and Peace Officers who helped us with the Bike Road-e-o. These important biking skills will help keep our kids safe. Merci to Monsieur Theriault for organizing the event!


Have a fantastic May long weekend! It’s the weekend of camping, garden planting, the farmers’ market and the Woody’s Marathon. Enjoy it, wherever it may take you!


   Diane Roberts, Principal