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Creek View Elementary School

 Mountain View School District

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    Grades TK - 6

    8:00am - 2:30pm 

    All Wednesdays 1:30pm

    Care Solace
    Student Assistance Program

    Although school sites are closed, essential mental health services through SAP are still available by phone and/or video conferencing.

    See attached flyer for more information.

    SAP Flyer English/Spanish

    MVSD School Board Info

    MVSD Board Meeting Agendas

    Peachjar - Electronic Flyers

    Mountain View School District is going "green" with our flyer distribution beginning in 2019-20. Click the image below to view more information about Peachjar.


    Click on the image below to view flyers sent out by Creek View School.

    peachjar flyers


    Talent Show
    School Schedule
    Toy Drive
    Red Ribbon Week
    Red Ribbon Week


    Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten enrollment packets for 2022-2023 will be available online and in the school office starting Tuesday, March 1, 2022.  Those students who will turn five years old by September 1, 2022 are eligible to start Kindergarten in August.  Those students who will turn 5 years old between September 2, 2022 and February 2, 2023 are eligible to enroll in TK, which is the first year of a two-year program.

    Registration will begin on Tuesday, April 5th at 8:15am.  This is the first day that completed enrollment packets may be turned in to the school office.  Only complete packets will be accepted.  No appointment needed. 

    If you have any questions regarding Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten classes, please feel free to contact the school office at (909) 947-8385 between the hours of 7:30am-3:00pm.

    Online Registration is not currently available. You can download and print the Registration Packet below. 

    TK & Kindergarten Registration Packet 


    To learn about MVSD's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit our COVID-19 Information and Resources page.

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    YMCA Day Care
    P-EBT Food Benefits
    Box Tops
    Kindness Certified
    Great Kindness Challenge


    Creek View School's acts of kindness for 2020: 17,010!


    Tdap Booster Form
    Tdap Booster Form


    Creek View School
    Creek View School
    About Us

    Creek View Elementary School has a tradition of high expectations for academic achievement and character. The Creek View learning community has achieved our success through the support of staff, students and parents. We have made a commitment to provide the best educational program possible for our students. The excellent quality of our program is a reflection of our highly committed staff. We are dedicated to ensuring Creek View Elementary School is a welcoming, stimulating environment where students are actively involved in learning academics as well as positive values. Through our hard work together, our students will be challenged to reach their maximum potential.

    Mountain View School District was founded in 1884 in the agricultural lands of the former Spanish Ranchos. The district began as a small one room school house at Collins Station along the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1942 a new school was built on the corner of Archibald and Walnut close to where our district office building now stands. The region grew and a new Mountain View School was built in 1962 followed by Grace Yokley School in 1982, Creek View School in 1985 and Ranch View School in 1991. Park View Elementary School has its inaugural year in 2022.  The next new elementary school is slated for 2024/2025.

    Our district currently has 3000 students served by dedicated and experienced teachers, administrators and support staff. Mountain View School District is a school community whose members focus on the whole child: ensuring each child is safe, that each child's needs are met, and that each child is provided an education of the highest quality.

    Dr. Douglass Moss has been our Superintendent since 2017. Dr. Moss strives to create school environments that are inclusive, diverse, tolerant, welcoming, safe and conducive to individual innovation and inspiration.