North View History
North View Elementary School is a member of the Muncie Community Schools. It is one of 9 elementary schools serving Kindergarten through fifth grade students. The current enrollment is 333 students. The facility was built in 1962.
It houses an administrative office area, 14 classrooms and a gymnasium. The gym stage has been enclosed and converted to a library. The two shower rooms have been converted to a health clinic and a paper storage area.
In 2002 a modular unit housing four classrooms was added to the south wing of North View.
Our close proximity to Ball State University enables us to offer learning enrichment opportunities for North View students with programs such as EXEL, ED RDG, student teachers and graduate assistants.
Muncie Community Schools' Mission Statement
The Muncie Community School Corporation is home to an exceptionally talented collection of over 8,000 K-12 and adult education students and the school corporation employs over 1,900 full and part-time faculty and staff members. Our district has nine elementary schools, 2 middle schools, 2 high schools, an alternative program, an area career center, and adult community education programs housed in over 15 locations in the greater Muncie/Delaware County Area. We also have an environmental learning center available for use by all students, faculty, and staff members.
North View Elementary recognizes the importance of a clear vision for our students. The school community promises to provide instruction that meet the needs of the individual student by using "best practice" teaching strategies. The teachers of North View recognize the differences of each child based on ethnicity, gender, disability, and socio-economic status. Our students are held in the highest regard and direction is provided for development of unique potential. The teachers and staff at North View will model the importance of taking risks, allowing students to far exceed the minimum goals while empowering them to succeed.