Welcome to Olympic View Elementary School!

  • Welcome to Olympic View Elementary! We opened our doors in 1969 and worked hard to create a positive, challenging, and fun learning environment for our Eagles. We believe all children should be recognized for their unique strengths and gifts as we teach them the skills they need to realize their potential. Everyone here makes a difference.

What makes Olympic View unique?

    • Self-Manager Program
    • Family Activites
    • Student Leadership & Clubs
    • Walk-a-thon
    • Read-a-thon
    • Robust volunteering program
    • Student Safety Patrol
    • Positive Behavior Support Program (PBIS)

Current Goals

  • Academic Gap Goal:

    • Fifty percent of students with an IEP, scoring below the 50% percentile on the fall Passage Reading Fluency easy CBM in grades 2-5, will improve at least one risk level by spring (high risk to some risk, some risk to low risk).

    Social-Emotional Learning Gap Goal:

    • The gap for regular attendance between students identified as American Indian/Alaska Native compared to our school average will decrease by 50% from June 2023 to June 2024 at each grade level.

    Download the whole School Improvement Plan >> (PDF) Updated spring 2024

Our Mission

  • We are a diverse, inspiring, and compassionate school community building a strong foundation to prepare all students to become lifelong learners and successful citizens.

The Eagle Way

  • The Eagle Way

    • SAFETY - We keep our school safe & orderly.
    • RESPECT - We treat others with respect.
    • RESPONSIBILITY - We take responsibility for our actions.
    • COOPERATION - We cooperate with a positive attitude.

Community Partnerships

Survey Results

Budget

Statistics

  • For enrollment, demographics, SBA results, and other numbers, see the OSPI Report Card.

Community Involvement

Olympic View Building History

  • Olympic View Elementary was built in 1969 on 9.8 acres. It is located at 1330 Horne Avenue NE. In 1998, a modernization was completed, utilizing bond and state funds. The covered play renovation and addition was completed in 2010. The 26-classroom, 40,933 square foot building, and 15 portable classrooms serve kindergarten through fifth grade.