Mission Statement 

Our mission at Bubb Elementary is to be a safe, engaging, results-oriented, standards-based learning community that balances direct instruction with inquiry learning where everyone collaborates, perseveres, and thinks critically.

Upcoming Events

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2014-15: English & Español
2015-16: English

Welcome to Bubb!

Welcome, bienvenido, 歡迎, bienvenue, שלום עליכם, 환영해, !خوش آمدید :)

Spring Book Fair--Buy One Get One Free!

The Scholastic Buy One Get One Free Book Fair starts on Monday April 20. The hours are 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. on Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri, and 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on Thurs. For every book you buy, you'll get a free book of equal or lesser value. Stock up for summer or donate to your classroom or library! Proceeds will benefit Bubb School and its students.

We can use some volunteers to help out during the busy hours. You can sign up on iVolunteer or show up at recess (10:00-10:20), lunch (12:00-1:05), or after school (2:30-3:30). Thank you for supporting Bubb School!

Save the Date--Bubb Beautification April 25-26

Please join us the weekend of April 25-26 to help make our Bubb campus and community even better. We will be working with Beautiful Day on many projects throughout the school--painting, cleaning, and fix-up projects that you and your family can participate in! Please keep that weekend open. Be sure to sign up online beginning April 12, and fill out the registration page for you and children 12 and over. Children under 12 may also join you, but do not need to sign up online. We look forward to seeing what our community will accomplish over this weekend! Hope to see you there!

Be Safe When You Go To School

Please remember the following to keep all our kids safe:

  • Do NOT drop off or park in the staff parking lots near the MUR or YMCA Kids Place.
  • Do NOT u-turn on Barbara or Hans.
  • On Hans, please wait until you are in the car circle to drop off your child.
  • On Barbara, please drop off your child safely at the curb.
  • Obey all traffic signs and yard duty directions.

We will have the Mountain View Police Department help us enforce these safety rules. Thank you for helping us keep kids safe!

Project Cornerstone at Bubb, March 2015: How Do I Stand in your Shoes? by Susan DeBell, Ph.D.

How Do I Stand in Your Shoes? by Susan DeBell is a story about a girl named Miranda who has no patience for the other students in her class. She just doesn’t understand why they can’t be as smart and talented as she is, until she learns to start walking in their shoes. Read more...