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Bell Times

8:45 AM - 3:05 PM


Holly Shanlin - 905-388-1677 | Email


Lindsay Snell - 905.527.5092 x 2626 | E-mail Lindsay Snell


Becky Buck - 905.515.2367 | E-mail Becky Buck


Mrs. Holly Shanlin

Administrative Office Staff

Mrs. Donna Adam

School Council Chairs


Our School

Mountview Public School is a JK – 6 Elementary School located in the Mohawk/Magnolia area of the West Mountain.  Students attend Chedoke Elementary School for grade 7 & 8.

Currently Mountview follows a “Balanced Day” timetable with 2 – 40 minute Nutrition Breaks.

We offer full-day, every day Junior and Senior Kindergarten programs. The Umbrella Child and Family Centre provides on-site before and after-school care.

Programs & Services

Student Success Supports

  • Leveled Literacy Intervention-Orange, Green, Blue and Red levels
  • Focused and Directive Intervention relative to our Data Analysis
  • Parent Volunteers
  • Empower
  • Book Fairs

Program Highlights

  • Comprehensive Literacy
  • Problem solving approach for Mathematics
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • DRA to monitor ongoing progress
  • Book Room to support Balanced Literacy
  • Daily Physical Activity
  • Inter-school teams – baseball, volleyball, basketball


  • Checkers
  • Knitting
  • Intramural sports activities

Before/After School Program or Activities

  • Cross Country
  • Track and Field
  • Swim Team
  • Baseball

Our School Plan

Curriculum Focus

  • Improving student achievement through providing students with ongoing, descriptive feedback based on posted success criteria
  • Examining assessment data in school teams to determine focused and strategic “next steps” in programming for student improvement
  • Timely and tiered interventions, supported by a team approach, respond to individual student needs and well-being.
  • Differentiate instruction to help meet the needs of all our learners

Positive School Climate

Mountview is a “Tribes School” where we support each other through the promotion of kind actions and a strong sense of community. We use the term “Filling Buckets” to describe what we expect of students. By filling buckets we mean that we are helping others with considerate actions so that others are filled with a positive feeling.

Safe Schools Policy requirements are in place

  • Peanut Safe School
  • Safe Arrival Policy

Parent & Community Involvement


Partnerships with :

  • Neighbour to Neighbour Food Drives-December and March
  • Terry Fox Run for cancer Research


Active School Council, supportive of improving student achievement and community involvement in the school

  • Developing and Maintaining School Gardens
  • Volunteer recruitment
  • School Council Volunteer support:
    • Pizza Day Distribution helpers
    • Classrooms helpers
    • Library helpers
    • Fundraising
Updated on Wednesday, September 13, 2023.
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