Orchard View Elementary School opened its doors to students in 2000, with Susan Bott serving as the school's first principal. The school is nestled in the beautiful apple and peach orchards of the Shenandoah Valley, for which the school was named. Orchard View's mascot is the cardinal, and the school colors are red and black.
"We believe that all children should be given every opportunity to reach their fullest potential. Our purpose is to provide quality instruction of mastery of basic skills, and development of higher level thinking skills. We will ensure that students, parents, teachers, and school administrators work together to nurture the growth and progress of our children in order that they become productive citizens. This will be achieved by adjusting curriculum to fit the needs of all students and by using a variety of teaching strategies and programs to reach every child."
Our Caring School Community Expectations
- We are Respectful
- We are Responsible
- We are Ready to Learn
Title I Parent Policy