Casper, Wyoming 82609
Phone: (307) 253-6000
Fax: (307) 253-6040
All students can achieve success. The Pineview community values students and promotes a welcoming atmosphere for all families. Parents, staff and students work collectively in this energetic community to promote students’ success and learning. Pineview provides many opportunities for volunteers. Parents, grandparents and community members of all ages come together for kids. At Pineview, the goal is to help all students succeed at each grade level. Students are well-prepared for a variety of pursuits in society.
The Pineview community is working to make sure kids receive the best possible educational experience by setting priorities, working collaboratively, and holding itself accountable for results.
Pineview’s parent group, the Pineview Organizaiton of Parents and Instructors, is very involved in offering fun activities throughout the year, including Books for Bingo, the school carnival, and school dances. Every parent is automatically a member, and there are no dues for the organization.
Parent-teacher conferences are held twice a year.
Excellent learning environments are important to Pineview. The instructional team includes classroom teachers, literacy and math tutors, Title I instructors, and support teachers who work with students to ensure all academic standards are met. Staff members work diligently to maintain gains while continuing to focus on mathematics and literacy. Assessment data and student work are carefully analyzed, along with individual student needs, to drive instructional programs and to personalize learning.
Pineview’s curriculum programs include Bridges to Mathematics, Literacy By Design, Step Up to Writing, and 6+1 Traits of Writing.
Gifted and Talented classes are available for kindergarten through sixth grade.
Students may participate in Art Club, Lego Robotics, Spelling and Geography Bees, Future Problem Solvers and Student Council.
Fifth-graders may play basketball and volleyball through the Casper Rec Center.
Students may be dropped off at school at 8 a.m. to attend early bird reading. An after-school homework club also meets to help students complete work or receive extra instruction based on teacher referrals.
Pineview has a district magnet classroom for third- through sixth-graders identified for gifted and talented. Pineview also has an enrichment coordinator who pulls identified students from the regular classroom to work on projects and activities unique to their interests.
Pineview also is home to morning and afternoon preschool classes. Please call the school for admission details.