Bayou View Elementary School

Every Decision. What is Best for Children? Every Time.

Mission Statement

Gulfport School District Mission Statement

 

The mission of the Gulfport School District is to inspire each student
 to become a problem solver, lifelong learner, and productive member of society.

   “Every Decision….Every Time…..What Is Best for Children?”

Welcome to Bayou View Elementary

Bayou View Elementary School is a National Blue Ribbon School located in Gulfport, MS, and serves approximately 730 students in grades K-5.  Our curriculum is based upon the Common Core State Standards, in place within the Gulfport School District since 2011, in all grades (K-12).  The Common Core State Standards Initiative is a state-led effort coordinated by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). The standards were developed in collaboration with teachers, school administrators, and experts, to provide a clear and consistent framework to prepare our children for college and a 21st century global economy.  Our staff is committed to rigor, relevance, and relationships...we accept each new student where they are academically, and take them where they need to be, and beyond. All of our students receive instruction in all the standard academic disciplines, as well as the extra-curricular disciplines of art, music, library sciences, and physical education. Fourth and fifth grade students may enroll in strings class, which is taught two days per week, and feeds into our district's internationally-acclaimed secondary orchestra program. 

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Why Choose the Gulfport School District?

The Gulfport School District

Dear Sir or Madam:
   From time to time I have the privilege to tell people about the Gulfport School District. The Gulfport School District has had a tremendous succession of outstanding years, allowing us as professionals to concentrate on our students and their educational programs. I know that we are not a perfect school system, and there are areas that can be improved, but I am impressed with the community - wide respect that we are afforded as educators. Taxpayers support us, parents encourage us, and the students, by and large, come to school daily, ready and eager to learn. In truth, our jobs are made easier by
the absence of distractions and the respect this community holds for its scholars and learning in general.
   The Gulfport School District is successful because the teachers, administrators, and support staff have collectively agreed to roll up their sleeves and go about their work in a serious and professional manner. As a result, the majority of our students are challenged across a broad spectrum of classes and well
- planned extracurricular activities.
   This is made possible because of the staff’s collective work ethic and a belief that our students are capable–physically, emotionally, and intellectually
– of achievement levels much higher than might be expected elsewhere. As a district, we push children academically, we expect them to behave properly, and we are willing to invest of ourselves in helping them to understand everything from the basic rules of grammar to the complexities of human rights.

   As the Gulfport School District continues another year, I take this opportunity to thank you as community business people for the great effort and hard work you provide for our community and for the students of our school district. With your help and support, we are making the world incrementally a better place for everyone.

 

In service to the youth of the Gulfport School District,

 

Glen V. East

Glen East, Superintendent

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