All children should be recognized for their unique strengths and gifts.
We teach all children the skills they need to realize their potential.
Those who are cared for will learn to care about others. We care.
Everyone makes a difference. Let's make it positive!
If you are looking for an opportunity to share this holiday season, look no further! Select a tag on our festive “North Pole” located in the Olympic View office. Tags include a description of a special toy requested by a student. Return the tag attached to the wrapped gift to office staff, and we will be sure every student has a joyous holiday! If you would like assistance, ask your child's teacher or Mrs. Pritchett for a Christmas Wish Gift List, and we will do our best to make sure your child receives something from our caring OVE community.
Once again, OVE is a school of distinction. This is an honor given to only 99 schools in the whole state this year, and represents improvement in student achievement on state tests over a 5 year period. This is OVE's third year in a row to receive this honor!
If you're wondering whether or not to keep your child home from school, please visit the link on the News from the Nurse site under Office Info at the top of the page. Also, if your family is sick, please click on the title above to dowload tips about treating the flu.
Olympic View’s beginning ukulele club starts Tuesday, October 22, from 2:50-4:00 in Portable 2, with Mrs. Hancock. Classes run every Tuesday through December 10 (except Conference Week). Students in grades 3-6 will learn the basics of picking and strumming ukulele in a fun, supportive environment.
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Family Math