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All traffic (with the exception of the buses) should be entering from the east entrance and exiting the west.  All traffic should yield to the buses and let them exit the parking lot first.  They are on a schedule.  Thank you for the support. 


Parents and public daycare vans may drop-off students at the curb at the front of the building at 9:10 a.m.  Students are allowed into the building foyer at 9:10 a.m. and relaeased for breakfast at 9:20 a.m.  School begins at 9:30 a.m.  If students arrive PRIOR to 9:10 a.m. it is the parents responsibility to supervise their child(ren). 

If you need to come into the building, please park your car and walk your child across the parking lot to the front entrance using the patrol crosswalk.  Patrols are on their post at 9:10 a.m. each day.


At 4:00 p.m.  dismissal parents are required to park and walk across the parking lot to pick up students at the front entrance.  If you park in the short-term parking area/front row, please use caution when backing up.  This area is close to the patrol crosswalk and has a lot of traffic at the end of the day.  Patrols are on their post at 3:55 p.m. each day.

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My name is Dave Warner and I am the school counselor at Oak View Elementary.

ISD 279 Counselors work collaboratively with other educators, families and communities to provide a comprehensive K-12 developmental counseling program for all students of ISD 279. Licensed School Counselors assist students to become productive members of society by promoting and enhancing student learning through the three domains of: academic, personal/ social and career development.

  • Social/Emotional Development

Outcomes focus on the areas of socialization, self-esteem, relationships, chemical health, and citizenship.

  • Educational Development

Outcomes focus on the areas of study skills, utilizing resources, academic strengths, and future educational planning.

  • Career Development

Outcomes focus on the areas of career awareness, interests and skills, utilizing resources, and connecting academic classes with future career decisions.

These outcomes are addressed through a variety of delivery methods including, but not limited to, classroom lessons, group counseling and individual counseling.


HOMELINKS - Class Room Lessons

Grade 1       Lesson #1          Grade 2     Lesson #1          Grade 3     Lesson #1

                    Lesson #2                           

                    Lesson #3                           Lesson #3                           Lesson #3

                    Lesson #4

                    Lesson #5


Volunteers are an essential piece to our success here at Oak View!  Come make a difference in the lives of others!

When you complete a Volunteer Application and  Volunteer Interest Form with your contact info and email, you will be one of the first to hear about upcoming volunteer opportunities. Some opportunities are on-going, while others are one-time events or projects. New opportunities are always coming up; we hope that you will find the perfect fit for your schedule, personality, and talents.  Thank you for making a difference every day!   

Volunteer Coordinator  Tricia Ellingson  

                                       Phone: 763-425-1881 ext. 56133    

                                       Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

Would you like to help??  Check out the opportunities linked below. 


Book Fair volunteer link:  

Conference Catering volunteer link:


 Other Volunteer Opportunities

  • Media Center and Book Bag Assembly:  Do you love books?  So do our students.  We need some help shelving books in the media center and assembly take home book bags.  This is flexible as to the day of the week and time—you pick.  Please contact Tricia Ellingson, Volunteer Coordinator if you are interested 
  • OAK (Opportunities Around Knowledge)—Recess Classes:  We are looking for individuals to volunteer to run a class-1 time-, or classes-multiple days- over recess hours (11:15 to 1:00).  You may have a special talent to share (i.e. knitting, art, chess, etc.) or you could also be a help supervising already planned activities (i.e. computer lab gaming, enrichment board games, etc.).  This is a great opportunity for our students to spread their wings in new endeavors.  Does this interest you?  For more details contact Tricia Ellingson, Volunteer Coordinator if you are interested     



 Here are some procedures that volunteers should follow while at Oak View:

  • Be sure to complete a volunteer application.  Every volunteer must have a new application on file each year.
  • Sign in at the Volunteer Book in the office
  • Put on your Name Badge (volunteers are provided with their own name badge-wear it proudly!)
  • Sign out after you are done volunteering. Please be sure to log your hours. Volunteer hours are tracked and recorded each month, validating the importance of our volunteer program!



"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others"  -- Mahatma Ghandi


School Info

Oak View Elementary
6710 East Fish Lake Road
Maple Grove MN 55369

School Hours
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Office Hours
7:45 am - 4:30 pm

Phone & Fax

School Office
763-425-1881, ext 1

General Fax 


School Leadership

Ann Mock

Assistant Principal
Stephanie Webster