Gainesville R-V CSIP 2022 - 2025
The Gainesville R-V District Continuous School Improvement Plan (CSIP) was created using a collaborative team process. School board members, district staff, parents, and community members came together for an interactive process to create a strategic plan designed to guide the work of the district and the community for the coming years. A strong desire to propel our district forward emerged with our top priorities: student success, facilities and resources, parent/community involvement, quality staff, leadership and governance. Our school and community will keep our focus on the students as we strive to achieve the mission and vision of the Gainesville R-V District.
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"Quality Learning Today for Tomorrow"
We will commit our financial, educational, and personnel resources to equip all students with the skills and knowledge necessary to develop to their fullest potential as self-motivated, life-long learners.
The Gainesville R-V School District is "fully accredited" and has A+ designation. The Gainesville R-V School District is governed by a seven-member Board of Education elected for three-year terms. The superintendent serves as the chief executive officer, and the elementary, junior high and high school each have a building principal. The district employs approximately 60 certified employees and 40 classified employees. Enrollment is usually around 600 students. The preschool program, which started in 1997-98, can serve 30 children. The Parents As Teachers program was started in 1989 and serves approximately 35 families per year. The student-teacher ratio is one teacher to 10.5 students.
The school campuses are located approximately 1.5 miles east of Gainesville in southwest Missouri between highways 160 and 181. The 61-acre campus includes the high school built in 1962, the junior high wing added in 1971, and the new elementary school completed in 1995. The school district covers 339 square miles and serves several rural communities including Thornfield, Wasola, Tecumseh, and Pontiac.