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  Mission Statement  

Our Mission: 

Inspiring academic excellence
in a challenging, engaging learning environment
that graduates responsible citizens
prepared for success in our global community.

  About The School  

Contact Info:
1840 King College Road, Bristol, Tennessee 37620
423-652-9470 phone * 423-652-9472 fax

Principal, Kristie Coleman, Ed.D.        ColemanK@btcs.org
Program Assistant, Trey Arrington     ArringtonT@btcs.org
Secretary, Elizabeth Blankenship         Blankenshipe@btcs.org


Bell Schedule:  Grades K-6 8:10-3:10  &  Preschool - 8:10-1:30

Digital Conversion (Personalized Learning) laptops & backpacks provided for 4th-6th grade students

Click HERE to view a video clip to learn more about personalized learning!  

The mission of Bristol Tennessee City Schools is to ensure students are ready for college and careers through academic excellence. To do that, we emphasize personalized learning, which is instruction that is paced to individual student needs and tailored to individual student preferences and interests. We want instruction to be student-centered to encourage and develop their thinking and problem-solving skills as well as to nurture their creativity

The laptop provided for students in grades 4-12 is only one tool of many that they will use. However, it is an important one that provides students with a wealth of resources other than just the teacher and textbooks. It provides a platform that our teachers can use to engage students in real-world, relevant activities and projects.

 

Enrollment & Class Schedules:  The school houses approximately 400 students in grades PK-6. Holston View has 1 preschool class and typically 2-3 homeroom classes per grade level.  Students participate in one special area class per day (Art, Library, Music, PE, Computers) and receive Guidance class once every four weeks.  In addition, students participate daily in the E.N.G.A.G.E. enrichment or intervention program.  Click HERE for more information regarding the daily E.N.G.A.G.E. program.

Historical Background
Holston View Elementary School is one of five elementary schools that feed into one middle school and one high school in the Bristol Tennessee City School System.

The building was constructed in 1971 and was designed to promote teacher collaboration that is enriched by an open classroom environment.  The school has a tradition of excellence receiving the National Blue Ribbon Award in 2007 and recognized twice as the State of Tennessee Reward School recognition for being the top 5% in achievement among Tennessee Schools for the 2012-2013 & 2014-2015 school years.

 

Facilities
Holston View School's current facilities, completed in 1971, includes 5 pods (A,B,C & D), an art room, a music/band room, a school counselor's room, a cafeteria with a stage area, a gymnasium, a library/media center, a teacher's lounge work area, an office with a clinic area, and several storage areas throughout the building.

Parking facilities are available curbside in front of the building and in the parking lot around the circular drive of the building.  Students enjoy an outdoor basketball court, 2 tennis courts, 2 baseball fields, a soccer field, softball field, 4 playground areas, a picnic shelter and a solar pavilion large enough for the entire school to have an assembly outdoors. 

 

Mascot: Owl         Colors: Orange, Royal Blue

SchoolPledge:
I will act in such a way that I will be proud of myself and others will be proud of me too.
I came to school to learn, and I will learn, I will have a great day!


School Chant:
Holston View, orange & blue; we are the OWLS and we say HOO!

 


HV Named 2016-17 Reward School

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Traditions of EXCELLENCE continue at the VIEW! The State of Tennessee recognized HOLSTON VIEW as a REWARD SCHOOL for Achievement on the 2016-2017 TCAP test! This is the 3rd time (2 in a row) that HV students excelled to be in the TOP 5% of students in the State of Tennessee for ACHIEVEMENT. We are proud of our students' hard work, dedication and the commitment of our teachers and school community toward learning! WAY TO GO students and staff!

Reward School for the 2016-2017 school year


National & State Recognitions of Academic Excellence

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Tennessee Department of Education Reward School 2016-2017
Holston View Elementary School was recognized as a Reward School for the 2016-2017 school year for outstanding academic achievement.  Students earned reward schools status by being the top 5% across the state in achievement as measured by State tests.  We are proud of our students and their academic performance!

Tennessee Department of Education Testing Data 2015-2016
State testing data is unavailable for the 2015-2016 school year as the State did not assess students this year.  

Tennessee Department of Education Reward School 2014-2015
Holston View Elementary School was recognized as a Reward School for the 2014-15 school year due to outstanding academic progress.  Students earned reward schools status by being the top 5 % across the state in achievement as measured by state tests.  We are proud of our students and their academic performance!

Tennessee Department of Education Reward School 2012-2013
Holston View Elementary School was recognized as a Reward School for the 2012-2013 school year due to outstanding academic progress.  Reward Schools are in the top 5 % across the state.  Being recognized as a reward school is a tribute to the skilled staff and supportive community at Holston View Elementary School.  We are proud of our students and their academic achievement!

National Blue Ribbon School
Holston View Elementary School was awarded the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2007.The Blue Ribbon Schools Program sets a standard of excellence for all schools striving for the highest level of achievement. Each year since 1982, the U.S. Department of Education has sought out schools where students attain and maintain high academic goals. Using standards of excellence evidenced by student achievement measures and the characteristics known from research to exemplify school quality, the Department celebrates outstanding schools from states across the country.