Park Avenue Enhanced Option
At a Glance
- Serves grades Pre-K - 4
- Pearl Cohn Cluster
- Open Enrollment
- Offers bus transportation
- Offers before or aftercare
Welcome From the Principal
Welcome to Park Avenue Enhanced Option Elementary School. As you will see, our school is the place to be! Our classrooms are student-centered, knowledge-based and driven by assessment.
Focusing on the belief that all students can learn, we work to provide many opportunities for students to achieve new heights in reading, writing, math and social skills. Our motto is “Raise the Bar,” and that is exactly what we do every day at Park Avenue.
I invite you to browse our site and become acquainted with our school. Thank you for visiting!
Park Avenue Enhanced Options Elementary is proud to be one of the district’s School-Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) schools. Being a SWPBS school means we place positive behavior and behavioral expectations at the center of everything we do. Displayed prominently across the school are our SWPBS guidelines: Be respectful; Be responsible; Be ready; and Be safe.
The SWPBS system is not just a display of expectations. Students are actively engaged with these guidelines in learning activities. The common language of expectations allows everyone in the school to communicate clearly and reinforce the expectations. Through this system, students develop ownership of their own school experience.
In addition to Park Avenue’s emphasis on positive behavior, our enhanced option school boasts a number of other features, including an extended school day, breakfast in the classroom, blended learning opportunities and Encore, the district’s gifted learning program.
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
A Typical Day at School
30 minutes: Breakfast in the Classroom
60 minutes: Response to Intervention
20 minutes: Morning Meeting
130 minutes: Balanced Literacy
130 minutes: Comprehensive Math Instruction
60 minutes: Related Arts
15 minutes: Social and Emotional Learning
60 minutes: Science/Social Studies
30 minutes: Lunch
School Details & Links
Bottoms: Students may wear pants, shorts, capris, skirts, skorts or jumpers. These garments may be navy blue, khaki or black.
Tops: Shirts must have a collar and can be in any solid color.
Music Makes Us
The Pencil Foundation
The Charles Davis Foundation
Bail U Out Bonding
Vanderbilt University Student Mentors
Sylvan Heights Community Gardens
Interdenominational Services Organization of America, Inc.