Well first they have this thing called dollars for duds where you can wear whatever you want....however, you have to pay a dollar. The school is also too small and there is no switching classes and experiences on what other schools are like.
I would like to say thank you to Mr. Pasinski and Mrs. Hogan because they were a big part of my life and they still are. They were the face of CEE and everyone in the younger grades couldn't wait to have them as teachers. Thank you for being there. I wish you still were.
The students are treated VERY poorly, especially the middle school. They are repeatedly called stupid and treated like they are unimportant. Students who need help in certain areas are not given the help they need.
Spanish was taught K-3rd, but in 4th grade it stopped...hope that comes back...plus the kids need to learn keyboarding skills to type papers...and I would LOVE to see a cooking class plus some other core classes for 5th-8th grade...awesome teachers & front desk staff!
I'm a parent and a teacher at CEE. Both of my daughters have gone to CEE since they were babies. Our school truly practices the saying, "it takes a community to raise a healthy well rounded child." Teachers teach to each individual child with an emphasis on differentiated instruction and experimental learning through hands-on activities. Art, Spanish, physical education, music, and an emotional intelligence classes are implemented in each class weekly. Plus, there are many after school clubs provided too! We love the school, the principal, and the teachers.