What Is the Mountain View Foundation?
Since 2006, thanks to the financial support of Mountain View parents and partners, the Foundation has been able to provide SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY
Foundation provides ENRICHMENT through after school clubs to enhance the learning environment of our school. Foundation-supported programs impact every Mountain View student every day beyond what is covered by Cobb County.
We are a non-profit organization formed to enhance the school curriculum through science and technology. The Foundation’s largest objective is to support our school’s Science Lab and Computer Lab, including the teachers’ salaries, all supplies, plus STEM certification. Our big goal for 2016-2017 school year is to become a STEM-certified faculty and facility!
These programs DO NOT EXIST for your child's education
WITHOUT Foundation Funding.
Why Support a Science Lab and Computer Lab?
Imagine trying to teach your child to play a sport such as basketball or tennis. Could your child read a book and learn about the sport? Yes, of course, but will they be able to play the sport? Not really. To learn how to play a sport, kids need to touch the ball, practice throwing or hitting the ball and experience the sport. The same is true of Science and Computer skills. Students who experience Science and Compute
How Does Foundation Fund the Labs?
The Foundation is funded by Mountain View families, staff, business partners and matching corporate funds donated during our Back to School Fundraiser, Mad Dash, and Silent Auction. Additional funding comes from 15% of tuition given back to the Foundation from our After School Clubs program plus Corporate Matching donation benefits.
We are 100% parent and community funded. Our goal is to raise a minimum of $100 per student annually through parent membership, fundraisers and corporate partnerships. Your donation of $100 for each of your students is what we ask for membership, and any amount donated to our foundation is appreciated and welcomed – we also offer payment plans.