Mountain View knows the value of parent involvement at school! Our learning environment is richer when parents partner with us, so we have many opportunities for you to help here. Our Parent Faculty Association (PFA) meetings are open to anyone who would like to come. There is always work to be done!

Our School Site Council (SSC) is an advisory council that discusses and makes decisions regarding such things as our Single Plan for Student Achievement. If you would like to be involved in either of these parent groups, please read the school newsletters on the homepage for dates.  

Mountain View also has our famous Watch D.O.G.s (Dad's of Great students). These are dads that volunteer for a full day at school. Part of that time is spent helping in the dad's child's classroom and the rest of the day is spent helping in other classes. We appreciate having these positive male role models on campus supporting our students! For more detailed information on Watch D.O.G.s, see our homepage. If you are interested in being a Watch D.O.G. please email Mrs. Coronado at

And don't forget you can always check with your child's teacher to see how you can support learning in the classroom!


Learning IN Collaboration (LINC) partners Pomona College tutors with elementary school students at Mountain View, Oakmont Outdoor and Vista del Valle, during and after school.  Through this program college students help their tutees to improve literacy and mathematical skills, and provide extra emotional and social support in the classrooms, with a commitment of at least one hour per week .

Throughout the semester, tutors also gather during tutor dinners to talk about their experiences and participate in an end-of-the semester activity with their tutees from the two schools.

The goals of LINC tutors are:

  • to help students develop their literacy skills and improve their school work

  • to develop meaningful relationships with students to spark enthusiasm about learning and college

  • to gain essential communication and leadership skills, as well as an understanding of their role as contributing members of the larger community

LINC is one of the many community engagement programs that the Draper Center for Community Partnerships coordinates in Pomona College.  The program is part of Draper Center's ongoing efforts in fostering mutually beneficial relationships between Pomona College and members of its surrounding communities.