Welcome to Mountview

Mountview Public School can be found on Hamilton’s West Mountain, north of Mohawk via Magnolia Drive.

Teaching Kindergarten through grade 6, Mountview School has a well deserved reputation for excellence. Our choir and sports teams are second to none because we give our best to all we do!

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KINDERGARTEN ORIENTATION

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Please join Mrs. Pilgrim-Susi, Mrs. Topper, Mrs. Utjesinvoic, Ms. Lemak and Ms. Rogerson for Mountview’s Welcome to Kindergarten Orientation on May 25, 2016 from 4 – 5 pm.Parents of children who will be starting Junior Kindergarten in September are encouraged to attend this informative session … Read more about KINDERGARTEN ORIENTATION


2016 HWDSB Summer Programs

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Community and Continuing Education (CCE) is pleased to work with our school partners to offer summer programs to support our students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 10.To learn more about a specific program or to register, please click on its name below. CCE 2016 Summer … Read more about 2016 HWDSB Summer Programs

OPEN HOUSE AND BOOK FAIR

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Please join us on Wednesday May 4, 2016 for our Open House and Book Fair5:30 -7:00 pm


Please Provide Feedback on the Draft Naming of Schools Policy

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) recognizes that naming schools, or sections of the school, provides a unique opportunity to further develop an identity for the Board, its staff, its schools, its students and its school communities.For this reason, we invite you to provide comments and … Read more about Please Provide Feedback on the Draft Naming of Schools Policy

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    Watch: Human Rights Fuels DVSS Vision
    Dundas Valley Secondary School Principal Em Del Sordo delivers an inspirational speech that puts human rights at the focal point of student learning and school destiny. The open house and ribbon cutting ceremony focused less on bricks and mortar, instead choosing big ideas as the foundational building blocks for their school vision.

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