Multnomah County Summer Reading
Students will be bringing home board games they will receive during their library time to participate in the Multnomah County Library Summer Reading.
Free fun and prizes at the library this summer! Babies, kids and teens can play the Summer Reading game by starting a daily reading habit. Libraries will have free live performances, arts and crafts, and more in addition to the Summer Reading game. It all kicks off June 15. Libraries rock!
The game runs June 15, 2018, through August 31, 2018.
End Of Day Release
Parents that are picking up their child must drive in the pick up line OR park car and pick up child from same area. Due to construction ALL buses & daycare vans are in front of school. NO children will be waiting in office area for parents.
Transportation change? Contact the front office no later than 2:30pm in order for your child to get home correctly!
Distrist transfer information is now available to those interested in attending a Gresham-Barlow school.
School Supply Fee
There is a $25 school supply fee for each of our students. The school supply fee at the elementary level will cover the entire year’s supplies for your student. This will also help ensure that each of our students has the specific school supplies need to fully participate in class. You can pay this at the office. For more details please go to the GBSD website.
The Gresham-Barlow School District has selected Bethany Fraze to be the next principal of Kelly Creek Elementary School.
Degrees and Certifications:
Welcome to East Gresham Elementary
Vision: Staff: WE BELIEVE IN YOUR SUCCESS! Students: I BELIEVE IN MY SUCCESS!
The staff at East Gresham Elementary School is relentlessly focused on building a culture of equitable student growth and achievement. We are: Developing shared ownership in a learning environment that demonstrates commitment, collaboration, and celebration of equitable student growth and achievement. Focused on implementation of evidence-based quality instruction and assessment practices. Actively engaged in making data driven decisions.
The students at East Gresham are appreciated and valued for their strengths and amazing individual qualities.
They are: Recognized for the effort they show as they work towards their goals. Learning to be mindful about making positive choices to do no harm. Actively engaged in their own learning to demonstrate new knowledge and skills.
Together we are continuing to be innovators in our teaching and learning journey.
Kimberly Miles, Principal
East Gresham Elementary School