Mountain View Elementary

400 N. Third
Casper, Wyoming 82604
Phone: (307) 253-6500
Fax: (307) 253-6545

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Hours: 8:40 a.m. – 3:35 p.m.
Grades: PreK - 5
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Mountain View has a positive classroom and school climate where students and parents feel welcome. Mountain View is a Reading First school. A scientifically based reading program focuses on the five main ideas of reading. The math program is Math Trailblazers, which is a very hands-on and engaging program that stretches students’ problem solving abilities and their ability to communicate effectively about math. The strength of the school is its staff, who create a positive school and classroom climate. Implementation of the BEST positive behavior intervention program is very effective due to the staff’s focus on student success. Mountain View has started the continuous improvement process with teams targeting reading, writing, math and school safety.


Principal: Coebie Taylor-Logan
(307) 253-6500

Asst. Principal: Anna Lavin
(307) 253-6500

Office Manager: Becki Dahill
(307) 253-6500


The Mountain View Organization for Children (M.V.O.C.) is our parent-teacher organization. Every parent automatically is a member, and there are no dues to the organization. Members include parents, teachers, and interested community members who meet monthly in the evenings. The group works on fundraising projects, including the schoolwide carnival traditionally held in the spring, as well as cookie/pizza sales and room parties on special occasions.

As a Reading First school, Mountain View uses a scientifically based reading program that focuses on the five main ideas of reading. The math program is very hands-on and engaging and stretches students’ problem-solving and communication abilities. The school uses the Step Up To Writing program throughout the school, and our positive behavior intervention program has been very effective.

Students may participate in Robotics, Math Club and Computer Club.

Fifth-graders may play basketball and volleyball through the Casper Rec Center.

Before-school clubs start at 7:45 a.m., and playground supervision begin at 8 a.m. daily. Breakfast also is served at 8 a.m.

Before- and after-school tutoring is available.

We also are home to a K-5 Behavior and Social Skills classroom and a K-2 Functional Life Skills classroom.

Due to the additional time in each day, we are on an alternative calendar with 172 days of school each year. We do not have any half-days.

Preschool teachers meet with each prospective family individually. Half of the preschool population must meet income eligibility requirements.

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