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Mountlake Terrace Elementary School

School Performance Report

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School Mission

Mountlake Terrace Elementary prides itself on being an inclusive school community. We welcome
all that enter our doors, we embrace and value differences, and celebrate learning every day. We offer
three special education programs including 1st-3rd Intensive Support, 4th-6th Intensive Support, and a K-6 Special Education resource room program. At MTE, we strive to meet the social, emotional, and academic needs of every student. We are proud to serve the students and families of MTE and strive to make a difference in the lives of our students and families.

School Information

View the plan to achieve equity, engagement, and excellence for our students:

mountlake terrace Elementary School Improvement Plan

View enrollment, demographics, teacher information and State test scores:

mountlake terrace Elementary Washington State Report Card

Mountlake Terrace Elementary entrance

About our Building

The new Mountlake Terrace Elementary School building opened for students in September 2018.Edmonds School District replaced the existing 1955 Mountlake Terrace Elementary, thanks to a 2014 voter-approved Capital Construction Bond, additional revenue from the sale and/or lease of District property and approval from the School Board.

Square footage: 67,379, with a two story main classroom building and a one story gymnasium and commons.

Mountlake Terrace Elementary Construction Project

Edmonds School District logo

Our Mission

Our mission is to advocate for each and every student by providing learning environments that embrace their cultural and linguistic diversity as an asset that will prepare them for success as lifelong learners and responsible world citizens.

Invitation to Participate

We embrace reciprocal partnerships with our families to meet them where they are and honor and respect their cultural and lived experiences. One of our strategic goals is to communicate and partner with families and community members so they understand their role in supporting the students in our district.


Committees and Parent Groups

Districtwide Funds

General Fund budgeted expenditures:

Cost Center


Basic Ed. - Classroom 53.8%
Special Education 15.9%
Other Grants/Programs 14.7%
Basic Ed. -Admin & Support 9.8%
Pupil Transportation 3.8%
Food Services 2.0%