Farmington View Elementary School
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Community Users: Due to Bond construction involving most of our schools, and the shifting of staff and resources, the Hillsboro School District is closing all buildings/indoor use from community users from June 17 - September 3 2019.
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Farmington View is a small rural school located on a knoll south of Hillsboro on State Route 219 (Hillsboro Highway). It is named after the surrounding community of Farmington and the "View" is assumed to refer to the panoramic view from the school site. Farmington View school started out as a one room school house. The original building is still standing on Rood Bridge Road.

The present Farmington View Elementary school opened in September 1950. There were four classrooms, a gym and a cafeteria. The present building has been added onto twice. The the last addition was completed in February 1988. This addition includes the existing office, library and classrooms at the south end of the building.

The present school now serves approximately 300 students in grades K-6. It is one of twenty-three elementary schools in the Hillsboro School District.