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    Welcome to Mountain View!

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    Mountain View Middle School

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    8th Grade Students leave their mark

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    Mt. Uncanoonuc, Goffstown, NH

Mountain View Middle School provides an engaging and safe learning environment that promotes academic, physical, social, creative, and emotional development for all our students.

We believe each of our students has the potential to grow and excel as a(n):

  • Independent thinker
  • Problem solver
  • Effective communicator
  • Respectful individual
  • Responsible and engaged citizen

Beliefs—We believe in:

  • Aligning our beliefs and our practice to address the developmental uniqueness of the age group
  • Teaching, modeling, and exhibiting respect, support, and cooperation with students parents, colleagues, and community members
  • Providing a welcoming environment where all students and staff feel valued, and safe, and are treated with respect, dignity, and equity
  • Providing an engaging learning environment with high expectations, differentiated instruction, and purposeful, relevant learning
  • Being knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and passionate about our subject matter and student achievement
  • Modeling the characteristics of the life long learner by engaging in on-going professional development
  • Encouraging open lines of communication and providing opportunities for parents and the community to become an integral part of our students' learning

Expectations—Students are expected to:
Academic Expectations

Communicate effectively

  • Read actively and critically
  • Write effectively
  • Speak articulately
  • Listen actively

Employ multiple strategies in reasoning and problem solving

  • Identify and solve problems
  • Gather and analyze information
  • Draw and apply conclusions

Purposefully use technology

  • Connect technology to learning
  • Gather and communicate information and ideas across all disciplines

Social and Civic Expectations

  • Actively participate as responsible citizens in the school and community
  • Treat people and property with respect
  • Resolve conflicts responsibly
  • Exhibit awareness of appropriate choices and behaviors that affect their physical, social and emotional well-being
  • Grow and refine an appreciation for the arts and creative expression

Volunteer Fingerprinting

FingerprintSAU #19 continues to host fingerprinting opportunities throughout the school year on the first Wednesday of each month from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon. Volunteers do not need to make an appointment during these open times, just check in with the receptionist at the SAU office. You will need a photo identification and a personal check or money order for $20.75 made payable to State of NH - Criminal Records (which per-Goffstown policy can be reimbursed once you document five hours of volunteer time). Cash payment will no longer be accepted.

Bus Routes

BusThe Goffstown Truck Center has provided Bus Routes for the 2016-2017 School Year. Please review these routes carefully, as they may have changed from previous years. If you have questions about these routes, please contact the Goffstown Truck Center at 497-3111.