As principal of Gordon Elementary School, I would like to welcome you to the 2020-2021 school year. We are very excited that your children will be with us this year. At Gordon, we always work to make all decisions with the mindset that Kids Deserve It! We will continue this year to work hard to provide engaging and innovative experiences for every student whether we are instructing virtually or in person. Student voice and choice is very important to us. We want our kiddos to feel heard, appreciated and valued, and to be a driving force in their education.
If you ever have a question or concern, please contact your teacher and if needed, a member of the administrative team. We are a family and are always happy to help. Our goal is to always create a safe, positive, welcoming, engaging, and challenging learning environment.
I look forward to another wonderful and exciting year at Gordon. We will make sure that every child is taken care of and loved. Thank you for sharing your children with us each day! At Gordon, We Stick Together!
Natalie S. Bare, Principal
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