Voicemails can be left on school phones and will be checked throughout the summer.
Main Office Line: 503-356-2660 • Attendance Line: 503-356-2661 • Fax Line: 503-356-2665
GET YOUR STUFF DAYS
What: trade in your old Chromebook and charger, pick up school supplies specific to your classes, and get basic school supplies
Monday 9/28 8:00AM-3:00PM
Tuesday 9/29 10:00AM-5:00PM
Where: drive through the staff parking lot (by the tennis courts) and around the back of the school to pick up in the covered play area. Walkers welcome (thank you for social distancing!)
Bring your old Chromebook and charger to get a new set
Drop off library books, and other MV materials
Back to School Packets will be sent by Email.
If we do not have your correct email please email MTVMS-Communications@beaverton.k12.or.us. Please tell us your name, your students' first and last name, ID number and the correct email address.
All families must set up a ParentVue account. If you do not have one, email MTVMS-Communications.k12.or.us for your Activation Code. Include your student's first and last name and ID number in your request.
Email is our primary communication tool
Free email accounts are available through
Gmail at www.google.com/gmail/about/
Outlook at Https://outlook.live.com/owa/
Sign up for text messages with the School Messenger phone app.
Your current mobile number must be on file in your child’s school records. Using your cell phone, subscribe or opt-in to receive SMS by texting the word “YES” to 67587.
Once the mobile number has been successfully subscribed, a confirmation message will be delivered to your cell phone.
- Back to School
Information and the application for free or reduced cost meal benefits for the 2020-2021 school year is now available.
- Meal Benefits
Greetings Mountain View Community,
We are rapidly approaching the holiday season, and there are many opportunities to support and engage in our community:
We have recently begun a campaign to fund more hotspots for our middle schoolers. As we move to online curriculum, it is essential that we do not penalize our poor and most vulnerable students by assigning opportunities/collaboration/work outside of the school day which they cannot complete.
Our high school students are covered by the Spring 1 Million grant, and we have a partial grant/subsidy for our middle school hotspot program through Kajeet. This campaign is working to make sure that we will have funds to cover this year's needs.
My ask: If you know of people who might be interested in this issue, please send them this BEF campaign link. We fully funded at hotspot campaign at Five Oaks two years ago, and we are looking to offer more help throughout our district.
Digital Access and Opportunity: All Means All: http://bit.ly/2Pt3RqL
Thanks for your consideration!!