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Lexington Avenue Primary Center1
Posted October 23, 2014
- a parent
I think this is a good school but one problem I liked the principle they had before know the new principle mrs Michelle is a horrible principle taking away the activities for the kids and not letting them do their annual Halloween parade I want the new principle out it's not fair
I have two children attending Lexington Ave. Primary Center. My son in second grade has been there since Kindergarten. I was very concerned about the public schools in our area, but have found a gem in Lexington. Ms. Calhoun, the director, is truly gifted in what she does. That is, she has created a safe, fun, challenging and dynamic learning environment for our kids. The teachers that my kids have had are each unique and talented in their own ways, with continued training emphasized by Ms. Calhoun. The staff is dedicated and often puts in overtime. Parents at our school get involved! Even those who are working several jobs will volunteer to sew costumes for the play, or work at the library book fair. The culture at Lexington is that of a family, and one that loves it's children very much! Don't think twice about sending your little ones there!
My daughter has been attending Lexington for two years already and she has had such a great experience. Ms. Calhoun (Principal) along with the teachers are always on top of things and planning wonderful acitvities for the students. I am happy and satisfied with Lexington. I can't wait for my second child to attend.
After 12 years with the district, I am finally at a school that has everything working as it should. Parents and teachers working together, a great leader in our principal, and students who really value their educational experience and make the most of it. I would be proud to send my own child here.
Lexington is off to a great start. With its first year of service, the school has a supportive principal with great leadership along with extraordinary teachers. The language arts and math programs are being supplemented with rich resources uniquely by each teacher. With a limited budget for music, art, sports and other extracurricular activities, the school is awaiting its intensive use in the near future. Parent involvement is on the works for a more positive outcome. The school is on its way for great success.