First day of school, my son got in trouble because he entered the wrong classroom along with another student. Come on people! It's the first day of school! We just moved to Beaumont and my kids are attending a new school, as well as having to make new friends. Third day of school, I noticed some of the staff being ridiculously rude. In particularly, the lady working in the front office. She raised her voice at me and my kids for looking for the restroom. If this continues, I will soon make sure the board knows about the behavior of the staffs. I don't appreciate the disrespectful look some of the staff gives me. I'm trusting my kids in their hands but they don't make you feel welcomed at all. Just from what I'm experiencing so far, I'm questioning the professionalism of this school and will be keeping a close eye. NOT A HAPPY PARENT.
My daughter attended this school from 1st through 5th grades, after attending private Kindergarten and preschool in Redlands. All of her teachers were excellent and continued to challenge her academically. The current principal Mrs. Perry is very involved and the school also had an excellent, active PTA. My daughter was well prepared for Middle School and I am thankful she had such a wonderful experience with all of the great teachers here.
I had many problems at this school. I agree w/ the 1 posting about avoiding this school like the plague. some of the staff are rude. Just be aware. If your child has special needs be careful of that too.
My family moved to beaumont for a small town living, i was excited about my children attending three rings ranch school. i have been very disappointed and let down by the quality of education received at this school. my older son entered in the fifth grade and had a teacher who had no skills in dealing with children and parents, the material was not at all challenging or consistent. my second son entered the school the next year and had a wonderful teacher but struggled, i believe his problems were not addressed and the concerns of his parents were not heard, he was pushed through to the next grade where he ended up being retained. the teacher was very rude,unwilling to work with the parents and student and seemed inexperienced. my son repeated a grade and the next year he was doing fantastic even with the fact that his teacher was never at work. he had a sub four out of five days a week. the principle may have been a good teacher but lacks the skills to be a good leader, the staff is also unprofessional and rude when you call or come in to the office. several concerns were brought to her attention and the buck was passed. if you can avoid this school do it.
I am disappointed with the level of rigor at the school. Teachers have low expectations for the students academically and high expectations behaviorally. The level of professionalism among staff members could improve. Teachers do not teach to all learning styles and have difficulty differentiating instruction. More meaningful instructional activities are desired. Coloring a worksheet should not constitute Art.
My son came from being in a fantastic private school to 1st grade at Three Rings. I was very nervous about attending a larger school (for us) and being in public school. after a year at the school I can say that we are very fortunate to have my son at the school. We were blessed to have Mrs. Earl as his teacher. She was involved, caring, fun and determined to provide a great learning experience for the children. Mrs. Perry, the principal seems to provide good leadership and the kids really like her.
I had my kids at a private school locally and had to change over to public schools because of the economy, I couldn't be happier! The staff is great! Mrs. Perry is great and when my one child was going through a tough time, they worked with him and helped out so much! Thanks Mrs. Dehuff and Mrs. Perry!