First of all, this school is being run by a principal who simply has a substitute credential; this may be a charter school, but that is a violation of the ed code. Secondly, the admin is racist and the director demonstrates animosity towards female staff whom are younger are more attractive.
My daughter attended there and the teachers just standing around talking while my child was being hit by another student. This happen twice. I was very upset and had to approach the student and repemend him, then it got their attention. Their not equipped to handle children with special needs . The teaches get bonuses for the children doing well in their classes. So my child wasn't so the teach pushed for her have an IEP which was fine but her teacher in Kindergarten work with me to try to get her academic up to level, she is an excellent teacher , even had given my child a student improvement award. Her 1st grade teacher simply didnt want to deal with the situation. Didnt want her in her class and had my child sit to the side and not a mince the other students. During the IEP process the Principle Dr. Culpepper wasn't even interested in being there and didn't come to the second IEP meeting. I seen her once in the office and she didnt look up to even say hello to me as a parent and my child is a student at her school. My child is now in another school and is doing very well. The staff at her new school is very friendly and her teacher is excellent. The Principle at her new school expanded to me the true operation of the charters schools system. So I dont recommend this school to send your child to.
My daughter 1st grade teacher was horrible and need a lesson in how to meet the student needs at their level intil an IEP is given to determine what correct placement the student need. She simply didnt want to deal with the situation.