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4128 Feather River Drive
Stockton, CA 95219

(209) 953-8660
(209) 953-8821
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August 21, 2014
Someone with a vendetta has obviously written quite a few of these. It's sad that person needs to hide behind anonymity. That said, I think CL's principal does have a lot to learn. However, there are wonderful, caring teachers at this school who have made my children's experiences great. -parent Leslie Weiss

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2014
One of my students had a teacher 5 years ago and she was WONDERFUL, the same teacher this past year was very nice, very professional but taught totally different. She never said why, she never said anything negative but after talking to several other teachers and parents, I found out other teachers were the same way- it's the principal. That's the difference. She is a dictator! She creates the schedules for the teachers and tells them when to teach and how to teach what! Why not hire a robot if that's what she is going to do? I have been a Landeen parent for a very long time, I know the old administration was not perfect but at least she listened and I never heard teachers complain about her. My students saw her outside all the time smiling, listening to them, she knew who they were- does the new administration know who all the students are? You walk onto Landeen's campus and you feel the tension. The teachers still care about the kids and do their best under the circumstances but if you can- take your students someplace where the teachers can be themselves! I hope someone reads these comments, and fixes Landeen before it's too late!

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2014
First the good- I was so impressed with whomever planned Field Day. It was great! The students did an excellent job and everyone seemed to be having a great time. I was able to "shadow" my student. I thought it was so sweet that the DJ dedicated a song to his wife. I have seen these teachers together and they do make a very cute couple! All the teachers seemed like they were having a blast, it didn't seem to matter if their "shift" was over, they stayed longer! That's what a call a dedicated staff! Now- the bad. WHERE WAS THE PRINCIPAL? I never see her except in the mornings chatting with one of the male teachers or telling students not to play/yelling at them. I don't understand her at all. I have gone to quite a few PTA events (some good/some awful) and I never see her. Does she not like Claudia Landeen? Does she have a sense of loyalty to her school? I talk to parents who have students at other sites, they see their principal all the time smiling/laughing with the students, why doesn't Landeen's Principal do that? I keep reading the reviews here and see I'm not alone. A principal should interact positively with the students, like the teachers were at field day!

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2014
Under the former administration this school was amazing. Since the new administration took over it is no longer the "Marvelous Mariners". The teachers are afraid to stand up to the principal and the principal does whatever she wants, whenever she wants. I have personally seen her yell at students and staff members, as a parent to me this is unprofessional. She should never yell at them, she should talk to them calmly in private. In the last 4 years I have discovered she has "cancelled" Christmas, suspended or expelled more students than any other Lincoln Principal (this is all public knowledge) and continues to get away with everything. Title One could be better, my child was forced into a program called "Language!" and they wouldn't let him out, even though he was missing other academics! Overall, we loved the teachers, Kinder, 3rd & 4th especially- who doesn't love their Kinder teacher :) The office staff is always nice but way overworked! They need someone with experience in there! It's too bad the principal has to ruin it for everyone else because Landeen has gone from being a very happy school to being a very sad school. We won't be back next year!

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2014
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL for both sons! I just found out through the rumor mill (the teacher hasn't responded to my email) that the teacher I really wanted next year won't be teaching my son's grade! She is the best, so I am very upset by this news! I also heard that my son's K teacher is no longer doing K, she was amazing too and would NEVER choose to leave on her own! What is this principal's problem? Can't she see these teachers are the best? My son is Autistic and he has HUGGED his 3rd grade teacher. I almost cried when I saw that today! He never hugs anyone. My kids learn so much from both their teachers over the years. Neither one of them have ever said anything nice about the principal. They say she yells and suspends students all the time too! She has only shown up for 1 IEP meeting for my older son even though technically she is supposed to attend all of them. Personally, I am glad because she kept interrupting the poor teacher in charge of the meeting, she tried acting like she knew something about my son when she didn't even know his name! Claudia Landeen overall has great teachers but horrible leadership, what type of leader moves teachers for no reason?

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2014
I wish to say some good words about this school .We will be looking for different school.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2014
I have 2 sons at this school, in fourth and second, most of the teachers I really like. My 4th has had the same teacher for 2nd & 4th which is fine and had a great 3rd grade teacher, she really pushed him and drew him out of his shell (he's Special Ed). My second grader hasn't had the best of luck with his "experienced" teacher. He says she is mean to them. The principal never seems to have time for my concerns. My sons say they never see her unless someone gets in trouble or she is yelling at someone. When I have emailed her, I rarely get anything but a generic "political" answer to my concerns. She is never friendly when I am on campus, but no one is. Only the teachers I know (my older son's 3rd/4th grade teacher & my younger ones 1st grade teacher) Trying to get a hold of someone in the office is a nightmare- if there were a true emergency good luck! You have to try 2-3 times to get through before someone answers the phone. As for parent involvement, all you can do is get involved if your child's teacher wants you to. The PTSA is full of snobby parents who just want to sell, sell, sell. I tried to attend a meeting but did not feel welcome at all so I left.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2014
My son has been attending Claudia Landeen since K and each year gets worse and worse. This will be his last year, we are transferring him. This is the first year I have been able to try to get involved, I tried PTA but was turned away numerous times. They want to keep their little "clique", the meetings are never posted on the marquee or in the office window. Also- they have way too many fundraisers but my student hasn't received any benefits from the fundraisers- all the movies have been for the little kids! My son says that the lunch yard duties ignore the students, & the principal talks when she is out there or just yells at kids. The old principal was always friendly to all of the students! When the principal goes into classrooms, she is on the phone or on the computer. She never interacts positively with any of the students. I watch from the parking lot dismissal time, it's pure chaos! Kids go everywhere, except the younger ones. The primary teachers really try hard to keep their students together. This principal can't even keep a secretary- I believe for 2 positions there have been 6 people in 4 years! That should say something about the leadership of the school!

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2014
2013 -2014 school year the current principal did nothing to stop the bullying of my 7 yr old. he was punched, kicked to the ground and yelling for help. his bully dragged him across the ground by his legs and when he got up to run away his bully came after him again along with another. she took sides and said that her investigation into the situation proved no witnesses and thats why she couldnt punish the bullies! what?! why would my 7 yr old tell me this crying and all about this if it were not true?

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2012
This school was fabulous under former leadership however, when the principal retired and the new principal took over in 2010 it went downhill fast. The school would prefer children never interact, never touch, never be a typical kid. If your kid acts out the "only option we have is suspension." Expect to see your 1st grader, your 2nd grader, etc. suspended for rough housing, or for having a bad day. If you have a child with special needs pick a different school.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2010
I have three children that have attended Claudia Landeen since 2000. Every teacher and every staff person has been wonderful and dedicated to education. Mrs Warmen is the most concerned, thoughful and dedicated principle. Laura & Beth are the best! We have made friends with many of the parents here and everyone involved with their children and the school, love this place. Interestingly, the more involved the parents are the more they respect and love the school. This is the only group of individuals I trust to educate my children and as important in today's world...I know my children are safe and that the teachers, principle and office staff would lay down their life to protect the children. That is more than dedication. The resource teacher is the best there is!! We have never dealt with anyone that wasn't excellent in 10 years

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
January 23, 2010
As a parent of 2 kids attending here, I will say I think the homework is a bit much. Most nights it's over an hour worth. You would think they would have homework for spelling or even have spelling tests but they don't. My kids got 6 weeks worth and boom gone. The office staff is wonderful. I think some of the teacher are stuck up and don't care because it's showing. The teachers play favorites and I have yet to see the principal. My kids attended another k-8 school and the principal was always out on the grounds interacting with parents and students...not at Landeen. If things don't get better, I will move my kids to another school next year.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 12, 2009
From my experience there I can say that this school has a bit of ups and downs.. Not really a lot of extracirricular activies, but the students are definitely friendly. I say that safety is stressed a lot here and well I could say that the learning isn't very efficient, but overall I loved this school even though it wasn't the best.

- submitted by a community member
no rating February 07, 2009
I have been going to Claudia Landeen School since kindergarden and am currently in 7th grade. For myself it has been a great school and I can't wait to graduate from the 8th grade and attend Lincoln High.

- submitted by a student
February 05, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
December 28, 2008
I went to America to learn English, and I attended this school for a year. 7th and 8th grade teachers are so great! Even though I came back to my home country I still have contacts within this school. I won't be able to forget this school.

- submitted by a student
no rating August 28, 2008
I just graduated from Claudia Landeen and I feel that the 7th and 8 th grade team prepared me extremely well for highschool. CLD is alot of work, but worth it.

- submitted by a student
February 21, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 30, 2008
7th and 8th grade teachers are discipline, and they are all prepared for any other problems in their school. They work as a team.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2007
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June 20, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2007
The school is great, some of the teachers are great. However, the principal laughs at everything and does not take some things seriously. I am disappointed at the care she demonstrated. My daughter suffered at this school.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2007
My daughter really enjoys landeen, she has spent 2 years there. Wish there were more activities for the kids extra curricular and sports. Both her teachers were good. Had some issues with the way homework was graded in class by the students rather than the teacher. But overall we will definitely miss claudia landeen next year

- submitted by a parent
January 04, 2007
My daughter has attended Landeen for the past 4 years and I satisfied for the most part. What I do wish is that Landeen had more extra-curricular activities and maybe on-site tutoring programs as well. Some would say that some teachers are 'better' than others but that also comes with experience and the strength to show no fear to their students.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2006
Our child went to Claudia Landeen because by the time we moved to Stockton, our home school, Brookside was full.... We were very upset at first, but then became very impressed with her teacher, Mrs. Sanches. We liked the fact that the teacher really emphasized parent involvement.

- submitted by a parent
September 22, 2005
Good school. Teachers are great

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August 18, 2005
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March 13, 2005
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February 22, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 12, 2005
Our kids have been at this school for approximately two years now, and for the most part we are satisfied with it. I will say that I do believe that some of the teachers and staff are somewhat intimidated by some of the students...or perhaps it's the reprecussion from the parents they fear(?). I have seen nice kids get in trouble for ridiculous incidents, when the troubled kids seem to get by with murder. It is a little frustrating at times, but I guess I can sort of understand how administration might fear the race card being drawn on them, if they were to take aggressive action towards some of these students. It's a shame, that's what our society has been reduced to.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 02, 2005
I am learning that student's math assignments are graded by kids, not a qualified, certificated teacher. I am also learning that assignments are not returned to students with timely feedback, but are instead filed (graded or not) until the end of the trimester, when it's too late to solve problems. Everyone worth their salt in education knows that immediate feedback is essential to student accomplishment and this mis-use of portfolio assessment hurts the kids.

- submitted by a teacher
August 15, 2004
I love Landeen! My son loved his teacher, and so did I! I think that it is the most diverse school in the district and that is why I choose to leave him there instead of sneding him to his home school next year. I think the staff cares and it shows through the students. I look forward to second grade. I did think the homework was a little much, but it is like that everywhere.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2003
I went to Claudia Landeen for 7 years and in my time there, I had great one-on-one relationships with my teachers and learned not only about academics but also about myself as a person. This school helped me prepare myself for high school so that I could achieve anything I wanted to. I had such a great experience there and I know many more people would say the same!

- submitted by a community member
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Claudia Landeen School
4128 Feather River Drive, Stockton, CA  95219
(209) 953-8660
Last modified Claudia Landeen School is a Public school that serves grades K-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Claudia Landeen School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 34 reviews. Top