Portland Gateview Elementary

The Administration believes that student advocacy begins when students walk in the door of the school building.  Each morning the principal and the assistant principal are in the front and back of the school greeting students at the front and back of the school building. This provides students and opportunity to form relationships with administrators.   During morning student dismissal, adults are stationed in the hallways to direct students and create relationships.

During the 18-19 school year PGE is working to open the mentor program to be more student oriented to create stronger student to student relationships.  This year upper grade classrooms have been connected to lower grade classrooms.  Specific times have been opened for these classrooms to get together and strengthen student relationships.  The goal is for these classrooms to meet once a month.

KINDERGARTEN

Gailbreath

Gregory

Hoffman

Mink

THIRD

Robinson

Warner

Richards

Husky

 

FIRST

DeGeorge

Tuttle

Johnson

Boca

Corbin

FOURTH

Welch

Pszenski

West

Thurman

Watson

 

SECOND

Willard

Popick

Coker

Wright

CDC

FIFTH

Pre-K Peers

Porter

Maxwell

Bilbro

Curtsinger

Monthly goals/topics to focus on:

  • August: Getting to know you
  • September: Commitment (make your dreams happen - goals)
  • October: Speak with Good Purpose (speak honestly and kindly)
  • November: Failure Leads to Success (learn from mistakes)
  • December: Ownership (take responsibility for your actions)
  • January: Flexibility (be willing to do things differently)
  • February: Integrity (match behavior with values)
  • March: This is it! (make the most of every moment),
  • April: Balance (live your best life)
  • May: Celebrate successes

Shared Vision

Portland Gateview Elementary and its stakeholders strive to create a safe learning environment, providing every student with opportunities needed to progress academically, socially, and emotionally.

Mission Statement

Sumner County Schools commits to growing learners who are college and career ready through quality instruction, effective use of resources, building a collaborative culture, and strong leadership.