School Information

Wilson is a dynamic and growing school with a great deal to offer students and families. With a strong curricular foundation and talented, caring staff, Wilson provides an excellent learning experience for our over 415 students.

At Wilson, we have a strong instructional program which draws upon best educational practice and rich, engaging curricula. As a Title One school, we have a true focus on high achievement for all students. Our staff is committed to identifying the needs of each child and tailoring support to help that student flourish. We offer additional learning opportunities through small group and individual instruction as needed, as well as extended day options.

In addition to our excellent academic program, Wilson’s staff members also teach and reinforce the important positive behaviors that serve our students in school and throughout life. Through our weekly assemblies, classroom programs and individual recognition opportunities, we strengthen the community culture that makes our school such a special place. It’s what we call the Wildcat Way!

A thriving sense of community, a strong educational program and a focus on the needs of the individual child are all hallmarks of the Wilson experience and help make it such a great place for kids.

At Wilson, we truly believe that it’s wonderful to be a Wildcat!

Principal pizza party

Eric Beasley, Principal

Eric Beasley has been the principal at Wilson Elementary School since 2015. He started his career in education in 2000 as a 3rd-grade teacher at Middleton Elementary School in the Sherwood School District. Throughout his career in Sherwood, Mr. Beasley held various roles in and out of the traditional classroom. He coached high school baseball as a pitching coach, worked as a Dean of Students, Teacher on Special Assignment, and served as Assistant Principal at the middle school level. In the spring of 2011, Mr. Beasley and his family moved to Corvallis where he became the principal of Linus Pauling Middle School where he worked for three years.

While thankful for his time with high school and middle school learners, Mr. Beasley has enjoyed returning to the elementary school level. He is passionate about seeing children grow and loves to encourage his students to become life-long learners. While emphasizing foundational skills, Mr. Beasley loves nurturing a culture that focuses on the whole child and the joy of learning!

Mr. Beasley and his wife Kareena have three daughters. For rest and rejuvenation, Mr. Beasley likes to play guitar and go for a run with his dog, Roscoe.