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Mission View Elementary School
Mission View Elementary is a K-5 school.
Mission View Elementary is a K-5 school.


No school delays. All Wenatchee School District bus routes are running on time (5/18)

Attendance Fact: An estimated 5 million to 7.5 million U.S. students miss nearly a month of school each year. We are working hard at Mission View to ensure that is not the case here. #attendancematters

Attendance Fact: Half of students who miss 2-4 days in September will go on to miss nearly a month of school! #attendancematters

February 15, 2015 Important Message: Parkland, Florida School Shooting Dear Wenatchee Public Schools Families, Students, and Staff, I am writing you in the wake of the tragic and horrific school shooting that took place on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers go out to the victims and families, and we mourn for those who lost their lives. While this incident in Parkland, Florida happened close to 3,000 miles away, school shootings are happening all across America and in both large and rural communities. Every school should be a safe haven for students and staff. Everyone needs to be assured that our students are protected and that our schools are prepared to respond in an emergency situation. We want you to know that we take student safety seriously and it is our highest priority. At this time, it is natural for every parent, student, and staff member to ask what is our school district doing to address school shootings and preventing intruders from entering their schools? The Wenatchee School Board has made a commitment to making school safety a top priority. We have worked hard over the past four years to make improvements in our school safety and security. I have provided you with an overview of the safety protocols we have in place to address emergency situations. One of the best preventions is early warning. You and your child can help us in these efforts by informing school staff if you see or hear of students who might exhibit patterns of behavioral or mental health issues that could lead to acts of violence. It takes all of us working together to prevent a tragedy such as this from happening in our schools. We appreciate your support. Sincerely, Brian Flones Superintendent Wenatchee School District School Safety Protocols 1) Safety & Security personnel in our school district: Director of Safety and Security, School Resource Officer (Police), 2 school security guards, and a truancy officer. 2) Building Security: Entrance to Buildings- During the school day all entrance doors to the building, except the main entrance, are locked. We have three buildings, Abraham Lincoln, Washington, and Westside that have keyless entry systems to lock/unlock the main entrance for visitors. Camera Surveillance- Outdoor camera surveillance covers the building entrance areas at all schools except Lewis & Clark and Sunnyslope elementary schools. These schools are scheduled to have camera systems installed. Emergency Procedures- All schools have emergency procedure plans in place. School Emergency Drill Requirements- In accordance with RCW 28A.320.125 Required to conduct no less than one safety-related drill each month that school is in session and must document the date and time of each drill. Required drills include: a. Three (3) drills for fire evacuation. b. Three (3) drills for lockdowns (at least one full lockdown and one lockout) c. One (1) drill for shelter-in- place d. One (1) earthquake drill. e. One (1) drill using the school mapping information system Rapid Responder Staff Training- staff receive training in the following areas: a. Building Emergency Response Procedures b. Run, Hide, Fight- A nationally recognized response to intruder or active shooter c. Administrators also receive Incident Command Rapid Responder training 3. Community Emergency Service Coordination: We work with police and fire departments on our emergency response and incident command procedures. Police department uses our buildings for active shooter training

All After School Programs are canceled in the Wenatchee School District. After School Program students need to take their regular buses at the end of the school day. Schools are continuing to operate on their regular schedules. Athletics at the middle schools and high school will continue as normal except the following cancellations: Girls Bowling Unified Basketball practice The Swim Meet is cancelled Please continue to check back. We’re monitoring the weather. If other changes occur we will communicate those changes here, and on our schools' websites.

The following changes are in effect for Wenatchee School District today, January 5, 2018: 1. After School Daycare will run - but please pick up your children as soon as possible. 2. After School programs and middle school sports are cancelled. There will NOT be any activity buses running after school today. 3. All regular bus routes will run normally after school today.

Wenatchee schools are delayed 2 hours today due to icy conditions for certain bus routes. Schools are open for students who have already been picked up by buses or who are walking to school.

It was a great first week of school. Thank you parents for sending us some great kids. Enjoy your three day weekend. See you on Tuesday. #missionviewproud

Retirees ringing the bell. #missionviewproud

"Congratulations! Today is your day. You're off to Great Places! You're off and away." -Dr. Seuss #missionviewproud
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