To Our Families,

Your mental and physical heath is the most important focus at this time.

Please reach out to us if you want or need support.

If you would like learning resources to use at home, please go to TDSB Online Learning Resources, to access a variety of tools to use at home.

We are thinking of all of you, and can't wait until we meet in personĀ again!

Follow us on Twitter!


Mountview is a community of five classrooms.  The small community fosters deep, meaningful relationships. In this interactive setting, the aim is for each student to share their unique abilities and perspectives with one another. For our collaborative staff, the close relationships achieved in this setting allows us to gain multiple perspectives on the strengths and needs of each student.


We are always looking for ways to strengthen our community, not only within the individual classrooms and in the school, but also within the broader local community and the world.

 A New Chapter 

We have moved to our new home in Runnymede Collegiate Institute, which makes us only one of two elementary schools to share a building with a high school in the TDSB.    

What We Do

  • Community Circle:  The school gathers for daily announcements.
  • A Community of Classrooms:  Teachers collaborate with each other and each student to support both individual learning needs and the school community.  Teachers regularly rotate classrooms to work on enrichment and project-based learning.
  • Equity:  Our school is diverse and integrated, enrolling students through a lottery based system, aimed at creating a school which is reflective of the community we serve.  
  • Self-Directed Learning:  Based on the individual needs, backgrounds and strengths of every child, we collaborate with students to design individually tailored, high-interest projects.
  • Parental Involvement: Parents are an integral part of our school community, and they have opportunities throughout the year to contribute to the school community through cross-grade friendship assemblies, field trips, school concerts and volunteering in classrooms.
  • Building and Developing Community Partnerships:  Runnymede Collegiate Institute, Humbercrest Nursery School, Right to Play