The brand new Pineville Elementary opened its doors to students in August, 2013. The school was built on property that is adjacent to the site of the old school. A new baseball park now occupies the old lot. Pineville is a neighborhood school located near the intersection of Pineville-Matthews Road and Polk Street.
It is the mission of Pineville Elementary to partner with students, parents, staff, and community members to ensure that each student has the opportunity to achieve his / her academic and social potential. We will engage students at their individual level; acknowledging learning styles, interests, and cultural influences. Our success will be measured by national, state, and local assessments. We will eliminate barriers that impede students from being successful.
- Students learn through active engagement, utilizing appropriate materials, ideas, and resources.
- Students must feel secure, successful, and challenged.
- The diversity of our school community enhances the education and experiences of our students.
- High expectations and challenges result in higher student performance and improved student learning.
- All students can learn anything they put their minds to, hearts into, and hands on.
Pineville Elementary School is widely diverse. Our school is represented by more than 40 different countries as well as 9 different spoken languages!
In 2013-14, Pineville met growth in both reading and math. Our school met 83.8% of our target groups.
In 2014-15, Pineville exceeded growth with a 4.67 and met 69.2% of our target groups. The following groups did not meet the targeted AMO (Annual Measurable Objective): READING- Black, Hispanic, EDS, SWD, ELP; MATH- Hispanic, LEP, SWD.
In 2015-16, Pineville exceeded growth with a 4.64 and met all of our sub-groups. (White, Hispanic, African American, SWD, ELP, AIG, EDS)
In 2016-17, Pineville had the highest growth out of 110 elementary schools in the district! Pineville exceeded growth and met all of our sub-groups.
Principal: Brian Doerer
Assistant Principal: Kathryn Trotter
Academic Facilitator: Crystal Anderson
In addition, there are 38 classroom teachers, 5 full-time special area teachers, 1TD teacher, 9 Regular Education teacher assistants, 3 EC teachers, 1 EC teacher assistant, 2 ESL teachers, 2 school counselors, 1 part-time school psychologist, 1 BMT, 1 nurse and 2 office secretaries.
Forty-six percent of our classroom teachers hold Master's degrees and seven teachers are National Board certified.
Girls on the Run, The Grin Morning News Show, Chorus, Photography Club, Basketball, Chess, Jr. GEMS (Girls Excelling in Math and Science), Estamos Unidos, Flag Patrol, Math Olympiad, Mathapalooza, Student Council and Robotics.