Who we are...

At Desert View Elementary, we believe we are educating the brightest students around. And our faculty, staff, and administration are top-notch, too. We want you to know all about our school and who we are.

Our School

We are delighted to share information about our school, district, and our many successes. We are a part of the Page Unified School District in Page, Arizona. We proudly serve students in third through fifth grade.

The faculty, staff, and parent community of Desert View Intermediate is dedicated to the goal of improving academic achievement and in providing outstanding educational opportunities for all of our students. Desert View Intermediate School is a safe, caring community where everyone is a partner in celebrating learning, diversity and the self-worth of each individual. Our community promotes excellence in literacy and character development.

Making all of our school goals possible are our dedicated administrators, teachers, and support staff. If you need to contact any of our teachers or administrators, you can reach them by calling the main office numbers included below. If you need to speak to a teacher during class times, we'll put your call through to the teacher's voice mail and they will return your call when they become available.

Main Office Number: (928) 608-4156

We believe...

1. All children can learn.
2. It is necessary to educate the whole child.
3. Society is enriched through an appreciation of differences.
4. Students should be engaged in activities which promote making appropriate decisions and taking responsibility.
5. Learning is more effective when the home, school and other community members work together.
6. Education fosters the development of individual abilities and talents.
7. The curriculum and teaching methods should encourage students to apply their knowledge and skills in a variety of situations.
8. Students learn most effectively when they are actively engaged in meaningful experiences in a stimulating environment.
9. Learning to work cooperatively, while maintaining a sense of self, is important to the child's development.
10. The development of problem-solving and higher level thinking skills help prepare the child for a lifetime of learning.