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Welcome to Mountain Valley Elementary

 
It is with great excitement that I open the doors and welcome you to the 2021-22 school year at Mountain Valley Elementary!  We hope you are ready for everything to return to normal.  I am honored to serve the Mountain Valley community as your Principal!  Mountain Valley Elementary is a wonderful school that has extremely dedicated teachers, exceptional students and committed parents.  Together, we can continue the tradition of excellence at MVES! 
Mountain Valley is a safe place for ALL to learn and grow. We hold high expectations for student growth and will support each student in achieving these expectations.  MVES is committed to engaging all students in meaningful and safe learning opportunities.  
 
You can stay connected and informed by ensuring that your email address is up to date, by following us on Facebook Page, @CISD Mountain Valley Elementary and checking your child’s backpack for special event flyers.  Each month we will share “Fridge Notes” via School Messenger. “Fridge Notes” will give you information about what’s going on at MVES for the upcoming month and ways that you can get involved. 
 
A strong partnership between families and the school are important for student success. I can’t wait to meet you this school year.  Stop by and say hello--my door is always open.  I'm here to help!
 
 
Andrea Patrick

At A Glance

  • 470 Student Enrollment
  • Cursive Curriculum
  • music Strings Program
  • Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 Chess Program
  • art Art Programs
  • Critical writing across content
Canyon Lake HS One Act Play 2022

Canyon Lake High School One Act Play Places 4th at State

It should be called, "the little play that could." The Canyon Lake High School production of "Over the Tavern" created quite a splash this year and broke school records. The ensemble closes out its season on a high note, placing 4th in the state.
Rahe Bulverde Elementary Cursive Writing contest winners 2022

Winners Named in Annual Cursive Writing Contest

Third-grade students from across the district are learning the art of cursive handwriting as part of their curriculum. They put their skills to the test in an Annual Cursive Writing Contest that combines the art of handwriting with their ability to create a descriptive narrative about their community.