I feel like its hard for your children to get the help that they need if they dont fit into a certain box. Some of the messages being sent home are being taken the wrong way by the children and mis understanding the lessons being taught with bullying and such. If your child is sick they arent sent to the office sometimes just told to wait it out. Supervision is poor at its best outside for walkers. They never close or have a delay which presents dangerous conditions for walkers and even bus riders. When the roads are red n all the other schools are in the area are delayed they will still be open which isnt the safest for children to be on a bus or walking.
My son has Aspergers, He has bloomed at this school.Never felt 'differnt' in a bad way. He was there for 3 years . The teachers he had all worked together to give him the best education. I loved the positive additude. Laura
This is the second elementary school my child has attended. She is extremely bright which is wonderful, but unfortunately bright children don't always get the special attention they deserve. At her first school she did well but was never given the opportunity to move beyond what was being taught at grade level. Since attending Abrams, she has been able to move up in areas where she is capable of doing more. I am very pleased that the teachers and pricipal recognized her abilities and gave her the extra attention she deserves. With the oppurtunities given at this school, she is able to meet her full potential.
Beacon is part of this school and it is a wonderful opportunity for Preschool. A heavy focus on playful learning to include healthy eating, hygiene and letters and numbers.
Abrams has been a wonderful experience for my son. He attended the preschool program and has learned so much in the first few months. He comes home and is so proud to tell what he has learned that day. The only downside I have noticed is the lack of access for handicapped children. There is a child with a wheelchair and the playground that the children use has sand so she is unable to go onto the playground unless a teacher carries her around.
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