I have been teaching at Brader for several years. The staff here at Brader is awesome. We are always finding ways to help a child succeed in school. I think you as a parent should form your own opinions about a school; not listen to or read about what one else may say. Your child and you are completely different than the person you are listening to or reading about. This school has held a superior rating for as long as I have been teaching here...cannot do that if we aren't doing something right.
I can't say I agree with the person who said this school wasn't exactly up to par. Never judge a book by its cover. I'll be the 1st to admit, every district and school has its share of downfalls. This school may not look like much, but I had a child who was slightly under developed at the time he went here 2 years ago, and he received excellent extra help and very good resources which allowed him to excell. My wife and I are teacher's and she has an excellent resume and she's a very good teacher without sounding biased. We do not teach at this school, however, I have witnessed first hand, the help my child received while attending Brader, and I was very pleased overall. If your child has any problems or issues with academic development, this school will test, observe, and provide whatever resources your child might need.
My daughter has attended Brader Elementary for K and 3rd grade. Our experiences at Brader have not been up to my expectations. There seems to be no consistency at Brader. Also very few extracurricular activities, parent involvement seems moderate. Overall I would be prepared as a parent of a student at Brader to be *highly involved to be sure your child is receiving the best quality education and protection while in their care.
I teach at Brader Elementary School. I have taught here for two years now. My children attend school in this district and I have been lucky to have them go here. As far as Brader is concerned, I have seen the way teachers bend over backwards to help child to succeed. We have before school programs, recess help, afterschool programs and a variety of other interventions to help students. The teachers are caring and want so much for the children to learn to the best of their abilities. The parents are very involved at our school. It hurts me to see that one student feels that this is a horrible place to attend school. He or she truly did not have a good experience here and I questions his reasons why.
I have two children who have been through 4th grade here. Most of the teachers are unbeleivable! Art teacher and two fourth grade teachers who pair, watch out for. If your child comments, listen and address it. Can observe classes and request a teacher to best suit your child. Great library, unparrelled preschool staff, high parental involvement, few extracirricular activities, Teachers highly trained, most all have so much heart. Have not had trouble with communication and addressing issues level of teacher or administration. Many teachers have inspired my two throughout the years. We had to move from De we thought the schools would be stronger in Ny (De gets a bad rap on schools) they are not. We miss Brader horribly. This is a great school to attend.
I went to Brader for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade. I am currently in the 8th grade. To me, Brader was a horrible school. Out of all three years I've been there, only one teacher did a great job. As for the others, they were plain mean. I remember having to stand on the sideline at recess for 5 minutes for no reason at all. I do recall trying to put my silent reading book on my desk and then having to put a check by my name for misbehaving. I am a straight A student, have never gotten a detention, have never been sent to the principal's office, ect. Going to Brader made me feel horrible. The teachers don't care at all, pick favorites, and it's an overall horrible place. As for the other schools I've attended, they are great. There are better schools than Brader Elementary School.
I love this school. My son has gone to brader since Kindergarden and now he is finishing up in 5th grade. The staff is awsome and the partnership with parents and staff is beyond words. What a great school. I would consider yourself very lucky to have your children attend.
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