Principal: Heather Langley

School Secretary: Monica Olesky

Attendance Secretary: Ashley Schilz

Title I/SEL: Stacey Shelton

Focus Zone/Counselor: Barb Daher

Health Aides: Laurie Gardner & Julie Stewart

Office Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm

Phone: (928)649-8144

Fax: (928)649-8145

School Hours: School begins at 8:00am

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri:

All Students Release Time at 2:30pm

Wednesday's and Half Day Hours:

All Students Wednesday Release Time at 1:45pm

*Half Day Release Time: 11:30am

Enrollment and Wait list Information

Enrollment at Mountain View Preparatory is based soley on our wait list. There is a wait list for every grade level at this time. Please follow our links to our wait list in the, "Registration" section on our website. Enrollment is not possible if the student has not been added to the wait list. PLEASE ONLY ADD YOUR STUDENT TO ONE WAIT LIST. This should reflect the earliest year you would like to enroll your student. Once you've requested to be added to a wait list confirmation will be sent via the email you provide. If a spot becomes available you will be notified by the school to move forward with enrollment at that time.

If you have any further questions please call the front office at (928) 649-8144.

Thank you!


As an authorized International Baccalaureate World School, Mountain View Preparatory aligns the IB philosophy with Arizona State and Cottonwood Oak Creek District Standards. The IB philosophy is based on the IB Mission Statement and the Learner Profile.

The International Baccalaureate® Primary Years Program (PYP) is designed for students aged 3 to 12. It focuses on the total growth of the developing child, touching hearts as well as minds and encompassing social, physical, emotional and cultural needs in addition to academic development. At the heart of the program’s philosophy is a commitment to structured, purposeful inquiry as the leading vehicle for learning.

Our international focus teaches students about their own community and forges links to the world. The curriculum invites students to discover the interdependence of local, national and world cultures, builds an appreciation of diverse perspectives, and encourages active participation in our global society. Each child learns about the world through inquiry based on science and social studies, mathematics and language arts standards. These units encourage students to delve more deeply into transdisciplinary themes exploring: Who we Are; Where We Are in Place and Time; How We Express Ourselves; How the World Works; How We Organize Ourselves; and How We Share the Planet.

MVP Daily Announcements

"LEAP" Feb 29, 2024

IB Learner Profile of the month:  Open-Minded


CHOCOLATE BARS:  Chocolates for sale for $1.00 in the front office after-school ONLY! 

READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK:  Crazy hats will be available in the office for $5.00 to wear for Read Across America Spirit Week for Wear Crazy Hat Day on Thursday March, 7th!

Spicy or Crispy Chicken SandwichPizza Bento BoxFruit & Yogurt Parfait withString Cheese and Graham CrackerBananasSweet Potato FriesUnlimited Salad Bar Dr. Suess BreakfastGreen Eggs and HamCereal Variety withGraham Cracker


DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: No D&D Thursday, February 29th.

MVP PTA READING FOR EDUCATION FUNDRAISER:  Reading for Education fundraiser will continue until the month of May.  Thank you for helping your class participate in your school’s Reading for Education fundraising program.  MVP families have donated about $14,000 so far in gift cards.  These gift cards will be spent for their classroom supplies, books etc.  Our school earns 40% of the purchases.  Please continue to encourage your students to participate!  Remember that each participating student adds another chance to win a Book Vending Machine!

MOUNTAIN BIKE CLUB (6-8):  Bike Club for 6th thru 8th graders will start on Friday March 1st.  Weekly practice from 2:45 - 4:00 pm on Friday’s.  If you are interested in joining the Mountain Bike Club, please see Mrs. Romey in room 203 to pick up an application.

YEARBOOK: Your school memories from cover to cover.  Order your yearbook today, softcover for $28.00 using Yearbook ID Code:  1160024.  Order Deadline is April 8th, 2024.


3-D PRINTING CLUB (5-8):  Meetings every Tuesday and Thursday in the Library from 2:45-3:45 with Mrs. Ashley. 

BAND (4-8): Band Camp practices at DDB  at 7:15am - 7:55 am. Beginning Band: Monday & Wednesday.  Intermediate Band: Tuesday & Thursday.  

BIKE CLUB (4-5):  Meets weekly on Wednesday’s from 1:45 - 3:00 with Officer Campbell.

CHESS CLUB (4-8):  Monday’s from 2:45 - 3:45 in the Library.  Meet with Mr. Miller after-school. 

CHOIR (3-6): Choir practice Monday  after school from 2:35 - 3:45pm in Mrs. Reay room 207.  

Choir on Monday’s. We will be practicing songs for our Spring performance in April.  

DRAMA CLUB (3-8):  Spring Plays in Drama Club meets in Mrs. Leah room 305.  

12th Night:  only in school rehearsal on Wednesday, January 10:15-10:50 am

Winnie the Pooh: Wednesdays 1:45-3:40 pm and Thursdays 2:30-3:20 pm

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS (5-8): Meets Tuesday and Thursday  with Mrs. Sanchez in room from 2:45pm - 3:45pm.

TALENT SHOW:  Update on Talent show rehearsals will start on Tuesday March 5th on Tuesday after spring break.  

TINY HUMAN STEM CLUB (K-2): Meeting Thursdays between 2:45p - 3:45pm in Mrs. Bounds Room 211. 

One group will meet on Tuesdays. The other group will meet on Thursdays. The first meetings will be February 20th and 22nd. If you receive an invitation, please let your grown-up know which day you have been invited to join. 

YEARBOOK CLUB (6-8):  Meets Tuesday from 2:40 - 3:30 for 2nd & 3rd quarter in Mrs. Apodaca room 205.


SOCCER (5-8): Away Game tomorrow Feb 28th vs Camp Verde

Regular Practice Times:

Mon & Tues practice  3:00-4:30 pm

Wednesday practice 2:15-4:30 pm

Thurs & Friday practice 3:00-4:30 pm