Welcome to May Street Elementary School!
May Street is a very warm, inviting, and joyful school for children, families, and staff. I appreciate the enthusiasm of the students and the community, and I am continuously impressed at the professionalism and dedication of the staff.
Feel free to give me a call, send me an email, or come and visit if you need anything.
Kelly Beard, Principal
A friendly, helpful office staff greets you when you walk in the front door. There is a traditional neighborhood feel to our school and we are proud of the incredibly high level of parent and community volunteer participation. The school is focused on learning, staying fit, working together, and building a strong foundation of social, emotional, and academic success for all students. The May Street staff is an extremely talented and dedicated group of professionals, always striving to improve the educational experience of their students.
Art Week: From marimba lessons to ceramics, our PTO supports an intensive week-long program that includes parents and Arts in Education instructors. The emphasis on the arts is evident throughout our school and throughout the year. Our Annual Art Auction and Teddy Webber Scholarship Dinner supplements arts education, and has produced several great student art installations over the years.
Dragon Dash, Run For Fitness, and Mighty Milers: These fitness endeavors are part of the longstanding tradition of wellness at May Street Elementary School. Staff and community work collaboratively for the improvement of health and wellness for all. Dragon Dash is a long standing school wide fitness event which collected over $13,000 in 2014. These funds are used by the PTO to directly benefit students and teachers in the classroom.
Enrollment: 500 + pupils in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Great Staff: 22 teachers, 66 percent with master’s degrees.
Great Program: Enhanced mathematics instruction through the highly regarded Bridges program. Highly structured Response to Instruction literacy program that allows targeted reading instruction to meet each individual student's need. Technology instruction and opportunities for all students. Effective Professional Learning Community process at each grade level ensuring data-base instructional decision making.
Great Facilities: 40,000-square-foot building on 5-acre campus. 20 classrooms, 3,500-square-foot library, 4,400-square-foot gymnasium. $1.5 million upgrade and remodel completed in 2010.
M 8:40 AM - 2:10 PM
T-F 7:40 AM - 2:10 PM
Mail: 911 May, St, Hood River, OR 97031