School Learning Plan
West Tualatin View Elementary School
Established in 1955, West Tualatin View Elementary School is located in the West Haven residential community. Community support has always been a trademark of a West Tualatin View education with parents and extended families volunteering in the classroom and a strong Parent Teacher Group (PTC) that serves to influence the learning experience for all students. Our PTC raised over $50,000 to support West TV student activities, technology, literacy, Science night, classroom support and
a variety of enrichment programs. West TV’s strong partnership with its PTC and volunteers, as well as its outstanding faculty, are two of the main reasons West TV students continue to receive such an outstanding educational experience year after year.
West TV’s current enrollment is 309 students. The average class size is 24 students.
These are our demographics for the 2022-2023 school year:
9% Asian students
72% White students
9% Hispanic/Latino students
1% African American
In addition to our ethnic demographics, these are subgroup categories:
19 different languages spoken here
17 students in Special Education
12 English Language Learners
11 Talented & Gifted (TAG)
We are very proud that our students have consistently had high percentages of students scoring proficient or better in math and reading on state tests. We are also fortunate that our school population has always been very diverse, affording our students the opportunity to learn about the many diverse cultures and traditions of their peers.
West Tualatin View students benefit from strong instructional guidance, by highly qualified and dedicated staff, who recognize by teaching the whole child greater success is achieved. We’ve employed social emotional learning, culturally responsive teaching and best practices across all content areas in facilitation of learning.
The focus that is driving West Tualatin View’s 2022-23 School Learning Plan is ensuring that our classrooms are safe learning environments while maintaining the same level of growth in academic content areas as in previous years, with our primary focus on reading achievement. We also embrace the Beaverton School District's commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization and promoting equity. While challenging, the West Tualatin View’s administration and staff are committed to these goals as individuals and educators.