Our children went here for the first half of their Kingergarden and 1st grade school year. The Kindergarden teacher was great. On the other hand the classroom was overcrowded and chaotic. The kids were all over the place as far as skill level. I felt like my daughter was getting lost in the crowd. I knew she was capable of more than she was given. My son was in the first grade and is a excellent reader. He also was not being challenged. The instruction in his room was very liberal and the other three 1st grade classes were all teaching different styles and at different levels. Everyone was very nice but since I switched them to a Franklin school they have not only improved academically, but their ability to focus, and their work ethic has also become positive. Thus helping them for their 'short' career as students.
With all of the problems going on around the world today, you would think that safety would be an important issue. Not at a Coronado. Did you know that anyone can walk right into the school without goinf through the office. Doors are left open and unlocked all the time. A disaster is just waiting to happen.
Coronado is well on its way to establishing itself as a front runner in providing quality education as well as a safe, encouraging environment. We moved into the neighborhood to give our kids the opporunity to attend this great school. It's also a great community to raise a family in!!
Mr. Williamson and Ms. Godfrey are a teaching team that is teaching sixth grade right now. They are both awesome teachers and will challenge the kids no matter what level they are on. Personal responsibility and rewards are a huge part of their classrooms. Mrs. Collinson teaches 5th grade. She has many innovative to make learning fun and teaches personal responsibility and lifeskills that they will need as adults.
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