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Stoner Avenue Elementary School5
Posted February 28, 2014
- a parent
Excellent community school. It has served Del Rey since 1957. Stoner ES is an honors school with an API of 811. Great teachers with years of experience. Students receive one on one and small group time. Parents, many of whom are alumni, are active and involved. Stoner has music education from a full time music teacher, a computer lab, a speech & occupational therapy center, a school library, a parent's center and a student vegetable garden. FREE Pre-K and two differnt after school programs available. The school provides adult ESL classes to community.
Wonderful teachers with lots of experience, great clean campus with trees and pretty murals and an API that has been growing every year due to the teacher and parent involvement. This year the API is 811 and the school offers a wonderful pre-k too. I love this school.
Stoner really is a great school. The teachers are dedicated and really care about the school. I noticed that there is a new Principal and a couple of other administrators that always seem to be checking on things. I wish they had more afterschool programs and more parent programs.
My son was a straight 'A' student, and since he has been at this school has been lacking so much..I strongly feel that since there is a lack of parent's involvement, therefore it is our duty as parents to make sure that our kids get the best education period... You as parents need to speak up and support our child's future..
Horrible school. No parent involvement, no support at all, no rules or structure. Kids fight, cuss, and just misbehave with out any consequences. The principal always seems to be absent. My child is far behind, has a very low self esteem, and just refuses to try. Some teachers care but not all of them. We cant wait to pull our child out!
Limited academic programs as well as music, art, sports and extracurricular activities. Parents are not as involved as they should be. There is no diversity and they have limited resources for children who are gifted and trapped in the LAUSD school system. I must admit the staff and faculty are very friendly and concerned about each and every child. They definately need more extracurricular activites and more challenges for students that need to be challenged.
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