Pineview Elementary


Phone: (307) 253-6000

Principal: Chris Carruth-Britt

Office Managers: Jeanie Manolovitz
Terri Robinson

Address: 639 Payne Ave., Casper, 82609





“We guarantee each student and staff member achieve high levels of learning for success through actions, which reflect high expectations.”

Pineview has a warm family atmosphere where students feel valued and loved. Our staff has created a model of high expectations for academics and respect. Pineview staff, parents, and students are engaged in learning together, working to build student confidence and enthusiasm through healthy competition! Pineview instills a sense of tradition within their community. We have spirit and pride everyday! We make sure each child and staff member experiences lessons through passion however big or small.


Pineview staff is committed to high expectations by working together to clarify exactly what each teacher must teach and each child must learn. Our team guarantees classroom grade level knowledge and skills are met in all areas socially and academically. We understand that to increase our success in the classrooms, proof of each student’s learning needs to be gathered on a timely basis and the results must be used to inform students, improve teacher practice, and better meet the needs of each child. We give each child the chance to improve their learning every day. Most importantly, we provide researched based strategies and techniques to help staff and students meet daily challenges.

Gifted Classrooms

To address and serve the unique educational needs of students who require academic challenges beyond the regular classroom, Pineview is home to the district’s Gifted Program, offering four inclusion Gifted classrooms for qualifying students in1st through 5th grade. Curriculum is thematic and includes hands-on activities and many opportunities for learning outside the classroom.  Mindy McGlade is the Gifted Program Coordinator.  She can be reached by phone at 253-6000.


Clubs are available each year based upon student interest and participation. Students may participate in Fit Club, Art Club, Early Bird Reading Club, Destination Imagination, Cooking Club, Science Club, Handwriting, and Reading and Math Extended Days. Fourth- and fifth-graders may participate in volleyball, basketball and track through the Casper Recreation Center.

Advanced Kindergarten

Kindergarteners, in Advanced K, will have a rigorous and challenging experience while being engaged in curriculum that meets the advanced needs of the class.  Instruction is designed specifically to meet advanced academic and curricular needs. Differentiated workstations are designed to enrich and challenge our students through exploration, extensions, projects and problem based learning while encouraging peer collaboration and play. There is opportunity each day to engage in enrichment learning. This is the time where students will grow socially and emotionally through interactions, experiences, and play. These relationships balance academic learning with social structures, which all kindergarteners need. Teachers provide optimal learning and have been trained in differentiation, advanced learning, and gifted education.

Functional Life Skills Program

Functional skills are all those skills a student needs in order to live independently. Skills are defined as functional as long as the outcome supports the student’s independence. Skills are: Life Skills, Academic Functional Skills, Community-Based Learning, and Social Skills.


Accepting three and four year olds. Parents may pick up enrollment packets at Pineview or the Central Enrollment Office.


Classes at Pineview run from 8:50 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


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