Mount View Elementary PK - 5

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5322 North 52nd Street, Omaha, NE 68104

Phone: (531) 299-1860

Main Fax: (531) 299-1878

Nurse Fax: (531) 299-1879


Mount View Elementary is located at 5322 North 52nd Street and became part of the Omaha Public Schools in July of 1960. The new building opened in the 2007-2008 school year. 

Currently, Mount View Elementary hosts approximately 370 students in grades pre-kindergarten through fifth.  We also have  Early Childhood Special Education and Head Start.  Attached to our building is the Boys and Girls Club that many of our students choose to attend after school and during the summer.

Mount View Elementary offers many programs and features that help our students grow, learn, and succeed. Some of those programs and features include caring and professional teachers and paraprofessionals and state-of-the-art classrooms.

We hope you enjoy our website. Here you will find links for both parents and students, a photo tour of our building and facilities, information about our wonderful teachers and their classrooms, and other general information.

The Mount View Staff

Mount View Daily Affirmation

As a member of our school,
I pledge to respect myself and others,
To make good choices,
And to give my best effort in all I do!

It is the mission of Mount View Elementary School, with the support of families and community members, to inspire academic excellence in a safe and disciplined environment.


It is the vision of Mount View Elementary School that our students learn in an environment where every student is successful. We aspire to be a school where students are responsible for their actions and take pride in them. It is our desire for Mount View to be a place where families, teachers and community members work together to better our world by developing our children’s knowledge and skills. We strive to be the best elementary school in the city and refuse to settle for anything less.

Professional Development Focus Areas

English/Language Arts 

  • Learning goals posted and referenced throughout the lesson 
  • Lessons that reflect the district’s guaranteed and viable curriculum 
  • Lessons that include differentiated instruction and gradual release of instruction 


  • Learning goals posted and references throughout the lesson 
  • Opportunities for math discourse and productive struggle 
  • Lessons that incorporate manipulatives and multiple representations 
  • Strategic use of district common assessments 


  • Learning goals posted and references throughout the lesson 
  • Lessons that provide students the opportunity to engage in the Science and Engineering Practices to demonstrate understanding of the Disciplinary Core Ideas and Crosscutting Concepts 
  • Interactive notebooks that record students’ learning 


  • Success Mentors program to develop positive relationships 
  • Systems for promoting and recognizing 95% or greater weekly attendance 

MTSS-B (Multi-tiered Systems of Support for Behavior) 

  • Daily morning meetings are utilized to develop positive relationships 
  • Positive, descriptive feedback used in the classroom at a 4:1 rate 
  • Paw Pats are given to recognize behavior that meets school-wide expectations 
  • Behavior data is analyzed and used to provide classroom support 


  • Racial Equity Team fosters conversations and change concerning racial inequities 
  • School-to-home communication provided through multiple platforms and in a variety of languages 
  • School events are planned to encourage family and community participation 





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Interested in the Boys and Girls Club? Click here for more information about the Mount View Location.