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BTS Online Scheduler

You will need to schedule a time August 25 – September 4. It is VITAL that you make an appointment. Click on the image link below to sign up for a time to meet with your student’s teacher.  If you need the password contact the teacher or call 801-974-8315. You will use this time to:

  • Meet your teacher
  • Check out a computer
  • Pick up school materials
  • Learn how use Canvas
  • Testing


Online Scheduler


2020 - 2021 School Registration

Cup of pencils

Online registration will open July 17.

This year registration will be online only and you will be able to upload the necessary documents to the program. For those unable to complete the registration online, in person appointments will be offered at a later time. Given the current circumstances please make every effort to finish it online.

Required Documents:

  • Proof of address (Kindergarten, new and returning students)
  • Birth Certificate (Kindergarten and new students)
  • Proof of completed immunizations (Kindergarten and new students)

Please follow this link to start registration:  

Methods of contact if you have questions:

1.            Call the school number at 801-974-8315 and leave a message, we will return your call.

2.            Email Juani at

2020 - 2021 School Restart Information

Want to get the latest school restart information.  Click on the link.

2020 - 2021 After School Program Registration Information

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Click on the link below to get more information about the After School Program.

2020 -2021 After School Registration Information

Summer Updates from the District

Meals Served During the Summer Break


  • We will continue to operate a "Drive-thru Meal Service" at 14 designated school sites for children to receive a "Lunch Today, Breakfast Tomorrow" combo meal each weekday during the summer from June 4 through August 19, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 
  • Contact our registered dietician, Brianna Hardisty, to determine site location and make additional arrangements if your student has special dietary needs (Brianna.Hardisty@slcschools.orgEmail 
  • These meals will be provided daily, free of charge, to ALL children ages 0 to 18. Meals will be provided at the sites and times listed below. 
  • Additionally, we will continue to partner with the Utah Food Bank this summer to provide a shelf stable Kids Café Dinner at 12 designated school sites. These additional meals will be served as part of our “Drive-Thru Meal Service” during the hours of 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.   
  • Note: Bryant Middle School, Clayton Middle School, Mary W. Jackson Elementary, Nibley Park School, and Riley Elementary, which have served as meal sites during the COVID-19 school dismissal will NOT be used as meal sites during the summer. These sites will close food service operations on June 4, 2020. 
  • * Kids Café Dinner sites are marked with a red asterisk in the list below. 
  • Normal day to day program information can be found on the Salt Lake City School District Child NutritionSalt Lake City School District Child Nutrition page or by clicking on the green "Child Nutrition Home Page" button above.  
  • For all questions and concerns, please contact the Child Nutrition office: (801) 974-8380. 

Sack Lunch

The closest locations to Mountain View are:

SLCSD Emergency Meal Summer Sites (June 04 – August 19, 2020)  

*Glendale Middle School (Northwest Parking Area) 

1430 West Andrew Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah 

*Parkview Elementary (Northwest Parking Area) 

970 South Emery Street, Salt Lake City, Utah


Library Book Return

Bitmoji Bundy with a stack of books

You can still return your library books at Glendale Middle School.  When you go get your lunch, you can drop off your book and put it in the bin.  The bin will be there Monday – Friday 11:00 – 12:30.  If you need to pay for a lost or damaged book, please email Miss Bundy at Thanks for being responsible.

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2020-2021 Extended Learning Program Information (ELP)

                                   2020-2021 Extended Learning Program Application Information

2020-2021 Magnet Extended Learning Program Information

Información del programa de aprendizaje avanzado Magnet 2020-2021

Online Application Information!

For student(s) entering grades 2 through 8 in the 2020-2021 school year, online applications are open from September 23, 2019 at 12 noon – November 1 at 5 p.m. 

  • Assessments are scheduled and administered at your child’s school in November 2019. 
  • School staff coordinate an assessment date and time directly with parents/guardians of applicants. 
  • Out-of-district students assess at the district office.
  • Eligibility results are mailed via U.S. Post to the address submitted on the online application in January 2020. 

New this Year!  SLCSD is pleased to administer the district-wide universal assessment screener in February 2020 for all current SLCSD Pre-School (Pre-K-4) and Kindergarten classes. The purpose of this screener is to identify students for potential Magnet ELP assessment, with possible eligibility and placement. 

If you have a child entering Kindergarten in the 2020-2021 school year, online applications are open from December 9, 2019 at 12 noon – January 24 at 5 p.m.

  • Assessments are administered at the SLCSD district offices in March 2020. 
  • Eligibility results are mailed via U.S. Post in April 2020 to the address submitted on the online application. 

Please contact the ELP department at 801-578-8573 for any further questions.

Summer Computer Checkout

Image of laptop computer

Borrow a Laptop This Summer to Keep Learning


  •  We are asking that all student devices be returned to be inventoried and refreshed for the new school year. 

  •  If a student is interested in using a device during the summer to continue their learning, they can check out a device at the Liberty Community Learning Center (1078 S 300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84111) starting Monday, June 8.   

  • We will have device check-out and tech support from 11 am-2 pm, Monday-Thursday at the Liberty Community Learning Center throughout the summer.


The Salt Lake City School District will continue to support student learning through the last day of school, June 3. However, we know that, depending on your family’s unique circumstances, it may be easier to return district laptops, iPads, musical instruments, books, and other educational materials sooner than that.

  • In order to provide our families with this flexibility, the following five locations will be open for families to return educational materials they have borrowed from their student’s school or from the district (Please note that each school will also have days they are open for returns. Schools will publish their own dates and times.):
    • East High School, 840 1300 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84102
    • Hillside Middle School, 1825 E. Nevada St, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
    • Liberty Elementary (Community Learning Center entrance on east side), 1085 S. Roberta St., Salt Lake City, UT 84111
    • Mountain View Elementary (Cafeteria), 1380 S. Navajo St., Salt Lake City, UT 84104
    • Rose Park Elementary, 1105 W. 1000 N., Salt Lake City, UT 84116
  • These five locations will be open from, 9am-7pm on the following dates:
    • Thursday, May 21
    • Friday, May 22
    • Tuesday, May 26
    • Wednesday, May 27
    • Thursday, May 28
    • Friday, May 29
    • Monday, June 1
    • Tuesday, June 2
    • Wednesday, June 3
  • We will also be open for returns from 11am-2pm on:
    • Saturday, May 30 

All computers, books, and equipment can be returned to one school, even if you checked them out at multiple schools. Please contact your school principal for details on how/when to return devices at your student's school.

Current Covid-19 Information

Clcik on the link for the most current district information about Covid-19

Mountain View and Glendale Middle Teacher Parade April 20, 2020

What a great parade today!  It was so wonderful to see our students and feel the joy and love of being together again!  Watch for more pictures. If you have any pictures or videos of the parade, please email them to or

Mountain View and Glendale Middle School Teacher Parade



Battle of the Books List for the 2020 -2021 School Year

Hooray, we can finally announce the new titles for Battle of the Books.  You can start to read these titles on Sora.  I have also purchased all of the books, so if we have summer library you can come and check some out.  I have already started to read and listen to some of the titles and they are AWESOME!!!  

Battle of the Books 2020 - 2021 Reading List

Mt. View and Glendale Teacher Parade April 20, 2020

The parade will begin at 12:30.  Teachers will be in their cars or on their bikes.  You can wave to them from the sidewalk.  If you do not live on one of the streets of the parade route, walk to a location you can view the parade.  Please remember to practice social distancing. It will be so wonderful to see all of the students and parents.  We miss you and we will see you on Monday.

Map of Teacher Parade Route

Keep Holding On Mountain View Students! We Miss You!

We wish we could be with you  everyday at school, but until we can meet again, KEEP HOLDING ON!



Check out the some of the New Books!

I can’t wait for you to come back to school and check out the books.  I am keeping busy even though I can’t be in the school.

New Books for 2020

Mountain View Counseling Services

More information is listed under the Academics Tab then click on the Counseling Center

Mountain View Elementary Counseling Department - Home

*New* Coronavirus Resources Click here for coronavirus resources and how to contact your school counselor during school closure

{Presione aquí para recursos del Coronavirus y para información sobre como contactar a los consejeros escolares durante el cierre de las escuelas.

State of Utah School Closure

SALT LAKE CITY (March 23, 2020) - Gov. Gary R. Herbert, State Superintendent Syd Dickson, and Acting Commissioner of Technical Education Jared Haines announced today that Utah’s K-12 public schools will extend their dismissal through Friday, May 1st, 2020. These entities will continue to evaluate the situation to make a determination about the remaining school year. The following link includes the complete document.

State of Utah School Closure

Comcast Internet Essentials

Internet Essentials from Comcast brings you affordable, high-speed Internet. We want to make it easier for low-income households to get connected so they can more easily work from home, access educational resources, and stay in contact with friends and family. You may be eligible for 2 months of free Internet Essentials service. Available for new Internet Essentials customers only. Apply by April 30, 2020. Contact at or 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376).

Comcast Internet and Essentials

Information About the School Closure

Dear Mountain View parent and/or guardian,

This information was also put through the phone messaging system. Please review the following important information for this weeks School Closure. It is very lengthy but full of important information.

 1) Grab-and go breakfast and lunches will be available daily at Glendale Middle school starting Tuesday, March 17. Breakfast from 8:30 to 9:30 AM; and lunch from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. It will be set up as a drive-thru service (enter the North parking lot between both Schools); please remain in your cars and follow the direction of the School employees. There is a walk up option, but Students are NOT allowed to eat on Campus. Students must take all grab and go meals home to eat. Grab-and go meals are available to anyone 0 to 18 years of age. No meals will be sold for adults.

2) Packets will be available on Wednesday at breakfast and lunch times. Packets will need to follow the same drive-thru pick up procedure; as the grab-and go Meals. Grades K-3 will have both online learning and packets. Grades 4 and 5 are online only. Students who work with interventionists (Mr. Magleby, Ms. Hilton, Ms. Ware), Resource (Ms. Jones, Ms. Bickerton), or ELP (Ms. Sten) will also have packets available for them.

3) Computers will be given out during the day Wednesday starting at 9 am, and follow the same drive-thru service as the grab and go meals.

4)  Bags of food for families will be available at all our Community Learning Centers Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; starting on Wednesday, March 18 until Friday, March 27th. This too is set up as a drive-thru service

Please refer to the Mountain View Elementary School website and Facebook page, as we will continuously update our Students, Families and Community.

Thank you,

Juani Fernandez

Administrative Secretary

Mountain View Elementary

1380 Navajo St

Salt Lake City , UT. 84104

Ph. 801-974-8315

Fax. 801-974-8332

Today's Updates About the School Closure

Here are today’s updates: 


·       Schools will distribute devices (computers or iPads) to students who do not have a computer in their home on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9am-2pm.  

·     You will need to pull up in front of the cafeteria doors and a volunteer will come to your car.  Please do not try to enter the building.

·       Devices will be checked out at the student's school. If a family has students who attend multiple schools, they will need to pick up a device at each school.  

·       Elementary schools will check out one (1) device for every two (2) students. Middle schools and high schools will check out one (1) device per student.  

o   Newman, Mary W. Jackson, and Glendale students will all receive their student iPads. 

·       For employees who will be helping with check-out, please remember the importance of maintaining distance. Groups need to be limited to no more than 10 people. Tabling stations must be set up at least 6 feet away from each other. Where possible, a drive-thru/grab and go method or staggering families can be deployed. 


·       As a reminder, all buildings will be CLOSED next week for cleaning. Please leave your offices and classrooms ready. Take what you need with you this week.  Schools and buildings will be cleaned over spring break. 


·       In partnership with the Salt Lake Education Foundation, the Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office, and the Utah Food Bank, bags of food for families and hygiene kits for students will be available at all of our Community Learning Centers starting on Wednesday, March 18, on the following schedule:  

o   Wednesday, March 18, 8am-12pm  

o   Friday, March 20, 8am-12pm  

o   Monday, March 23, 8am-12pm  

o   Wednesday, March 25, 8am-12pm  

o   Friday, March 27, 8am-12pm  

·       The addresses for the Community Learning Centers are:  

o   Rose Park CLC: 1105 W. 1000 N., Salt Lake City, Utah 84116  

o   Liberty CLC: 1078 S. 300 E., Salt Lake City, Utah 84111  

o   Glendale CLC: 1388 S. 1340 W. Navajo Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 

Talking to kids about the Coroavirus (COVID-19)

This afternoon, Governor Gary Herbert and our State Superintendent of Instruction, Dr. Sydnee Dickson, held a press conference announcing a two-week school dismissal for ALL SCHOOLS in Utah, starting Monday, March 16 in order to proactively respond to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. This means we will be transitioning to a remote learning plan for students starting next week

The following link will take you to documents on how to talk to your child about The Coronavirus (COVID -19).  Please watch the district and school websites for updates.

Talking to kids about the Coronvirus

Comcast is offering FREE internet to low-income families for the next two months:

Educational and Reading Links You Can Access During the School Closure

If you need things to read,  checkout the following links. We can do hard things at Mountain View Elementary and we are readers.

Here is a Google Doc of companies offering FREE educational resources (NewsELA, Kahoot, BrainPop, EPIC, etc.)*gLy19T3-up_neuCJ1mFOvg&fbclid=IwAR3qk2W0eRsmhQPkHobWm6UGn2qeKbe8ZxMgxJ_1fmOq2Suf0p0DiniKW5k

Here is a link to authors and publishers who are making video recordings of book readings copyright free for the next bit as well as some excellent resources from favorite authors:

Books to borrow-

Students need their school  login + password to use the SLCSD SORA Overdrive account.

Younger students will not have access to email accounts so you can also access Overdrive & more through your public library accounts here-

You just need your Salt Lake City or County Library card # and PIN.

More free ebooks-

Read aloud links

Storytime from space-

Picture books read by actors-


Author/illustrator learning resources-

Authors answer kids' questions-

Pre-K3 and Pre-K4 Registration

Registration for the 2020-2021 school year begins Friday, April 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Registration will continue during our regular office hours, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. beginning April 27, and is ongoing every Tuesday through Thursday until classes are full. Patrons register at the Early Childhood Office, located at the Glendale/Mountain View Community Learning Center, 1388 South Navajo StreetEarly Learning entrance.

 Pre-K3 Early Childhood classes are designed for children who turn three-years-old by September 1, 2020.  We offer this program at Liberty, Parkview, and Washington.  There are two sessions available: 

  •  Session 1 meets for 2 ½ hours on Monday and Tuesday mornings.
  •  Session 2 meets for 2 ½ hours on Wednesday and Thursday mornings.​​

Pre-K4 Early Childhood classes are designed for children who turn four-years-old by September 1, 2020.  Half-day sessions are held Monday through Thursday for three hours with morning and afternoon sessions

 Edison, Mary W. Jackson a.m. only,

Liberty p.m. only. Mountain View, Newman, Parkview p.m. only, Washington, and Whittier Elementary schools

Full day sessions are held Monday through Thursday for seven hours

  •    Backman, Bennion, Escalante, Franklin, Liberty, Meadowlark, Mountain View, North Star, and Riley.

Parents pay monthly tuition and may qualify for a reduced rate, which is determined by a sliding scale when parents present their 2018 tax information.

For more information please call our office or visit our website:

PreK3 and PreK4 Registration 2020 - 2021

Maker Space in the Library

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