United We Stand
At Mountain Valley School, our mission is to provide a welcoming, safe, and inclusive community while building relationships and supporting lifelong learning. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and beginning on the day Mountain Valley School closed its doors to in-person learning, we have followed six principles, along with our mission, to guide every decision we make.
Mountain Valley School Guiding Principles:
We will continue to support each other as well as our students, families, and community.
We will continue to provide free and equitable learning opportunities for our students and families.
We will continue to provide nutritious breakfasts and lunches for our families.
We will continue to provide opportunities for our certified and classified staff to participate in meaningful work that supports learning in our community.
As a school community, we will provide positive and loyal leadership through our teamwork, communication, flexibility, and problem-solving capabilities. Our actions will be seen by our parents, students, and community members. As educators, we are all community leaders, and we will make a difference in the culture of our community during this time. The expectation is that our leadership and the difference that we make will be positive and uplifting to our community.
We will be flexible, kind, and solution-oriented as we navigate these unchartered waters.