My child does not go to this school, she is a 5th grader this year. I checked this school out as one of our possible middle school options for next year. I was glad I did! I arrived there just as the kids were transitioning from one class to another and they were quite well behaved, and seemed happy to be there. I met with the Vice Principal, April Scott, and she was very helpful in answering all my questions.I got to see her interact with some of the kids, and I liked that she could redirect them kindly yet firmly, without belittling them. They seemed to like her. There are many after school activities, and the school has a very diverse population. I would feel very comfortable with my daughter attending here.
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