About Mt. View Elementary
To provide the highest quality educational opportunities possible to all students, in environments that nurture and promote each student's unique capabilities and finest achievements. 

   Mt. View

Principal's Message


Good afternoon Mountain View Families,

  I hope you have enjoyed a week of rest and relaxation and a break from all things school related this week.
School starts again tomorrow, April 12th.  Students in the Hybrid A group will return to the building tomorrow April 12th.
Students in Remote groups will resume learning online tomorrow, April 12th and students in our Hybrid B group will resume asynchronous learning tomorrow and return to the building on April 15th.
Please remember, if you are in Hybrid group A or B, the work you do online, on the days you are not in the building is extremely important.  We thank you for all of your effort at home.
For those of you who may have traveled over the break, I want to remind you of the current travel restrictions and quarantine orders applicable in the State of Washington and the Shelton School District.
We are asking all families who have traveled by air to comply with a ten-day quarantine upon their return. Students will receive access to remote instruction during quarantine.
Mason County and the rest of our region remain in Phase 3 of reopening under the Governor’s reopening plan. Travel quarantine continues to be advised in many cases with heightened restrictions applying to international travel. Also, those flying back from outside of the country are required to have a negative COVID test three days prior to flying to Washington State.
Current travel and social gathering restrictions can be found at the following link: https://coronavirus.wa.gov/resource-topics/transportation-and-travel.
If you have any questions as to whether or not you need to quarantine following travel, please contact me.
Thank you for doing your part to keep our school community safe.
Looking forward to seeing you in the building and online this week.


Mary K. Johnson, Principal