Performance Report

Highlights & Plans

Highlights from 2016-17

  • Create a schedule that allows for targeted, small group intervention/enrichment at the second- and third-grade levels.
  • Continue development of strong grade level teams that share student data to make informed decisions.
  • Additional digital tool available at first grade
  • Expansion of school wide dual language into second grade.
  • Focused support for all paraeducators to better support students in their classrooms.
  • School wide training and implementation of RULER for staff and students.
    • R: Recognizing emotions in yourself and others
    • U: Understanding the causes and consequences of emotions
    • L: Labeling emotions accurately
    • E: Expressing emotions appropriately
    • R: Regulating emotions effectively
  • Deepen our work with Emotional Intelligence and Restorative Practices within Positive Discipline.
  • Monthly community breakfasts for parents to connect with Mount View and learn about community resources.
  • Continue school wide focus on equity and cultural responsiveness
  • Expansion of the GLEA (Graduates of Learning and Education Academy) baby academy program at Mount View.
  • Partnering with the Arts Corps Creative Schools Initiative to integrate theater and visual arts into the writing curriculum

Plans for 2017-18

  • Expand Dual Language schoolwide into grade one.
  • Develop and implement the Families and Teachers Working Together (FTWT) program.
  • Year three of a three-year grant working with Sound Discipline.
  • Well below the national average in the number of discipline referrals across all grade levels.
  • Renewed emphasis on the Parent Teacher Association with new members and a new board (still to be elected). 
  • Continue our focus on intentional use of digital tools through personalized learning. 

School Performance Data

Percentage of Students Meeting Standard on the Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) and Measurements of Student Progress (MSP)

ELA (SBA)

All students

Grade

2015-16

2016-17

3rd Grade 

38.3%

30%

4th Grade 

39.3%

40.4%

5th Grade 

26.6%

45.2%

6th Grade

31.8%

30%

Math (SBA)

All grades, disaggregated by student group*

Student Group

2015-16

2016-17

ALL

32%

33%

Asian

58%

52%

Black

18%

21%

Latino

24%

28%

Limited English

19%

17%

Low Income 

27%

30%

Students w/IEPs

5%

5%

White

50%

50%

Math (SBA)

All students

Grade 

2015-16

2016-17

3rd Grade

44.4%

38.4%

4th Grade

39.3%

38.7%

5th Grade

21.6%

29.4%

6th Grade

16.6%

20%

Science (MSP)

All students

Grade 

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

5th Grade

27.6%

32.1%

16.9%

43.5%

ELA (SBA)

All grades, disaggregated by student group*

Student Group

2015-16

2016-17

ALL 

35%

37%

Asian

52%

58%

Black

27%

36%

Latino

30%

30%

Limited English

14%

14%

Low Income 

30%

33%

Students w/ IEPs

5%

10%

White

50%

58%

Enrollment Category by Grade

 

PreK

K

1

2

3

4

5

6

Grand Total

Regular Education

11

106

84

107

83

92

75

52

610

Special Education

34

5

6

4

10

8

11

9

87

Total

45

111

90

111

93

100

86

61

697

Invitation to Participate

At Highline Public Schools, one of our four pillars in the district's strategic plan is parent and family engagement. In order to reach our strategic plan goals we will form partnerships with parents and families. Families and community members are encouraged to participate in school activities and in educating students in school, at home and in the community.

School Information

Grades: K-6
Enrollment: 697
Facility: Facility: Opened in 1920. Newly constructed school opened September 2005.

To view Enrollment Statistics, Demographics, and State Test Scores, please visit our:

Washington State Report Card

District Funds

HOW HIGHLINE DISTRICT DOLLARS ARE INVESTED (%)

Area

Percentage

Teaching & 
Learning

72%

Support
Services

16.1%

Central Admin

5.5%

Principal’s 
Office

6.4%

Source: Actual 2017-18 expenditures as of August 2018.

Demographics

WHO WE ARE AT MOUNT VIEW

Race

Percentage

American Indian or Alaska Native

0.40%

Asian

15.10%

Black or African American

10.50%

Hispanic

59.30%

Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

2.30%

Two or More Races

3.70%

White

8.80%