Highland View Elementary School Soaring to New Heights!

Our Mission: The mission of Highland View Elementary School is to prepare our students for success in a global society by promoting their academic, social, and emotional development.

  • We will set high expectations for teaching and learning.
  • We will create a safe and positive environment that encourages students to take risks in learning and solve problems both independently and collaboratively.
  • We will partner with families and the community to encourage student effort and to celebrate our diversity and accomplishments.
  • We will teach and model respect for ourselves, others, and our school community.

News and Announcements

2014-2015 Bus Routes

The Highland View ES bus routes can be printed from this link. 

A Student's Guide to Rights and Responsibilities & The New MCPS Code of Conduct

 In order to ensure a safe, productive, and positive learning environment, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) publishes two documents that help students, parents, and staff and understand school rules and regulations; the expectations for student conduct; and the possible consequences for violating the rules. The 2014-2015 “A Student’s Guide to Rights and Responsibilities” and the new MCPS “Code of Conduct” have been posted to the MCPS website. You can read and print a copy of each document.

Breakfast and Lunch Schedules

The menu for the first week of school is available.

Highland View's Parent Handbook

      

School Supplies 2014-2015

Our grade level supply list

Help Improve Your MCPS Website

Over the coming months, MCPS will be evaluating the content and structure of the central website. We’re asking you, our audience, to share your experience with MCPS websites by completing a survey. Your input is deeply valued and essential to creating the best MCPS web experience possible.  

Parent Guides to the Curriculum 2013-2014

These guides will give you an overview of the grade level program and explain what your child will be learning in art, mathematics, music, physical education, reading/ language arts, science, and social studies. The information in these guides will assist you in providing support for your child throughout the school year.