Beatrice Gilmore School is a wonderful third and fourth grade elementary school nestled in the suburban community of Woodland Park. Beatrice Gilmore serves the educational needs of approximately 250 students in a manner that honors the unique talents and skills of all learners within a safe, supportive, and engaging learning environment. Our highly qualified staff is dedicated to guiding our students along the path of lifelong learning. We pride ourselves on being a small school with a strong sense of community and collaboration.
Beatrice Gilmore utilizes a collaborative approach towards education. Students, staff, parents, and community members all work together to foster an optimal learning experience for every student. Our scheduling template provides daily language arts and math blocks. Science, social studies and health classes help to reinforce literacy skills, as well as, provide students with opportunities to think critically and apply their learning to today’s global society.
Classes in art, technology, music, physical education, and world language round out the students’ weekly schedules. Additionally, basic skills instruction and a gifted and talented program assist classroom teachers in providing targeted instruction that meets the needs of all learners. Technology integration remains at the forefront this year with all students having access to their own personal laptop. Teachers will continue to use Smartboard technologies in conjunction with online resources directly aligned to our curriculum and instructional materials.
Beatrice Gilmore School is supported by a dedicated Home and School Association. The members of the HSA are committed to the educational success of all students and provide essential resources that support cultural arts events, family fun events, and school initiatives. Parents are invited to participate in our active Home and School Association which provides students with special activities and programs throughout the school year.
Sharon Tomback, Principal
Beatrice Gilmore Elementary School