Good school. Though some older teachers should do the peripheral work with students that have a harder time with classwork and allow younger ones to take on the majority of the class.
My son was previously home schooled and when he transferred to the public school system, we received a great deal of support from both the administration and teachers. They have worked with him to address his special needs, and have helped him excel.
This school is very unfair to the exceptional child. Wether a child be extremely smart or wether a child need extra help, they should get what they need. Crowley county seems to want all kids to be the same and learn on the same learning curve. My son has been removed from this school.
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