I feel very disappointed and I change my kid to another school nobody care about my girl the teacher and the principal sounds like is my problem they don't have programs because they don't have money she said.
The teacher sent for spring break a bible size work that my kid never did in the classroom and she said have to be done in one week. I mean she wants my kid finish 8 months work in a week? Ridiculous! Why she never talk about that in our conferences days?
I'm very pleased by all of the positive progress the school has made. This is my daughter's fourth year here and she is flourishing. This year she had involvement in the school's STEM program, advanced reading challenge, girls on the run, and now Robotics! Kudos to the school giving their advanced students options to further challenge them.
The teachers at Imagine teach to the individual student instead of just the class as a whole. This has made a big difference in my daughter's academic advancement as she is not held back by students who may be struggling and those students are able to get the extra help they may need.
Since kindergarten, the amount of homework has increased in proportion to the amount of independent work my daughter is capable of completing. Her teachers have always made themselves available for homework help or my concerns.
I can only comment about this particular teacher. In a few months, she has managed to damage my child's self-esteem. Therefore she was not effective as far as I am concerned regardless of how many awards she has received.