The Mountain View Educational Foundation works collaboratively with the community to raise funds for programs essential to a well-rounded education for all Mountain View Whisman School District students.
MVEF was created in 1984 to bridge the gap between state education funding and the real cost of educating our children. Property and parcel taxes provide for salaries and facilities, as well as core academic programs, but fall short in creating the robust learning environment that our students need. In collaboration with the Mountain View Whisman School District and the parent community, we focus on programs that ensure a well-rounded and competitive education for all students. For the 2018-2019 school year, MVEF raised over $750,000 to fund core programs in art, music, science, technology, leadership, and middle school extended-day electives and athletics.