About EPMS

Our School:
Elizabeth Pinkerton Middle School, established in 2008, is a nationally recognized "School to Watch" and is also a 2015 State of California Gold Ribbon School. The staff at EPMS is committed to providing academic excellence delivered in the context of smaller learning communities. Our middle school is divided into five interdisciplinary teams, each staffed with six teachers who serve approximately 230 students. Each team is comprised of two Humanities teachers, one Math teacher, one Physical Education teacher, one Bridge teacher, and one Science teacher who work as a team to meet the needs of their students. This is a tremendous benefit to our students and parents because it makes a larger school feel smaller and provides for a strong support system for students.

Elizabeth Pinkerton Middle School will provide all students with a high-quality education in a safe, socially enriching, physically challenging, and academically rigorous learning environment that prepares and encourages them to reach their greatest potential as responsible citizens.

Elizabeth Pinkerton:
Elizabeth Pinkerton  Elizabeth Pinkerton began her career with Elk Grove Unified School District in 1962 as a seventh-grade teacher.  She served as a teacher and administrator at elementary, middle and high schools in Elk Grove before becoming the director of State and Federal Programs.  Known for her innovation in education, she is a distinguished educator at local, state, and national levels. As a local historian, she is a published author on Elk Grove history and writes a column for the Elk Grove Citizen. During her 40 years in education she worked hard planting and nurturing the seeds for a quality education for all students in the Elk Grove Unified School District.

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