Desert View is a great school! The staff and teachers are wonderful! Mrs Schauer-Johnson was amazing with my adhd son and Mrs. Burton was amazing with my other son who is gifted. Great school..I wish we hadn't moved.!
Desert View Elementary Intermediate School is a public elementary school in Page. 807 students go to Desert View Elementary Intermediate School and identify mostly as American Indian/Alaskan Native; White, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 16% of the Desert View Elementary Intermediate School students have "limited English proficiency." 87% of the 807 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Desert View Elementary Intermediate School is 16:1. Lake View Elementary Primary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
|American Indian/Alaskan Native||90%||73%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||89%||%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||87%||69%|
|Limited English proficiency||16%||13%|
DVES has provided many years of great quality academic experience. My oldest is now a Sophomore two in middle school. DVES has always been fair in treatment to my children. Currently I have my five year old enrolled in DVES because of all the positive educational environment that was received by my children who have gone onto higher grade level. The discipline is fair and just policy is wonderfully written. Teaching staffs are excellent and are always welcoming parents and visitors. Principal is knowledgeable of his responsibilities and duties and adheres to school policies. All is fair and any student who attends DVES with Parental Involvement will have a student with good educational experience. All four of my children have such good educational experience that they look forward to each day of . Perfect Attendance for many years by student who rides the school bus for one hour one way each day. Wendi
Desert View School has a great program in place and some very well qualified teachers but has problems with harrassment of minority students(anglo) by other students and bullying of those students by the other students which has no been addressed well by the current administration. My child feels safer staying in his classroom at lunch instead of playing outside at noon and his teacher gives him and other children this option. A program of organized play would help aleviate this problem and help to prevent the harrassment of other children on the playground.