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PK-8
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Doral, FL
Students enrolled: 1,629
Before care: No
After care: Yes

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5950 Northwest 114th Avenue
Doral, FL 33178

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(305) 592-7914
(305) 463-7241
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Map of Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 Center address.

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October 26, 2014
Muy regular es normal para ellos que una ni a de 8 a os se baje en una parada del bus incorrecta, y la excusa es que es gratis el servicio del bus y no tenemos derecho de dar quejas

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2014
This is my son's second year at EBT. He started first grade today. I must say that his Kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Valdes and Mrs. Leon, were wonderful. He learned so much in their class. I really have nothing bad to say about EBT. I hope this year is as great as last year.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2014
I have a mixed opinion about this school. My daughter was in 2nd grade-gifted and had a great year. Her teacher Ms. Davila is a wonderful, caring, and dedicated teacher. My daughter felt motivated to make her proud. On the other hand, my son who turned 6 this year had a very difficult year. His kindergarten teacher was inpatient and uncaring. He was in detention almost every other week for 1.5 hrs. I met almost every other week with teacher attempting to figure out how to help my son succeed in her class. My son continuously complained that his teacher screamed at him, he stated she didn't like him; he did not receive positive reinforcement from this teacher. My son s self-esteem was affected. Needless to say, my son is begging me not to go to this school again. As a family, we had a very frustrating experience, all while we were cooperating and willing to do whatever necessary to help the staff and my son succeed I hope that for first grade, he gets assigned a caring teacher At 6 years of age kids are forming their personalities, they look up to their teachers, and they spend sometimes more hours at school than at home, they need all the positive support they can get.

- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2014
My son has been at EBT for two years (Kindergarten and now 1st grade) and we love it! The education is great, the expectations for the students are high which I appreciate, and they hold a lot of fun educational activities (field day, walk safe, career day, holiday family dances after school, PTA hosts family dinners at places like Applebee's to raise funds for various reasons, etc.). EBT doesn't just focus on testing. They also offer extra curricular activities after school and my son truly enjoys them. EBT is a wonderful school!

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2014
EBT is a great school, the teachers are friendly and concern about students. They are very organized and prepare the students very well. So far I have not complain .

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2014
I am in EBT since 7th grade and this is my second year there and all I can say is that it is the best school. The teachers are very kind and they do care about the kid's education. It is extremely clean and the rules are very strict. The teachers help the kids in everything they can. I strongly recommend that school

- submitted by a community member
December 20, 2013
This review only covers the 3-5 year special education program that is provided at ETB. The rooms and school are physically nice and well kept, which merits two stars. The teachers and class structure, however, are inadequate for our son who is mildly autistic. The classes are too big and he is not receiving the attention he needs. I have come to this conclusion after the teachers asked me to send him in a diaper everyday because they do not have time to potty train him. Ironically, he is potty trained and hasn't had an accident in over a month at home, at his other school (we also have him at a private school), or when out with us. When he has to go, he comes to us and tells us, or goes directly to the potty on his own. The reason for the accidents at ETB is because he is not receiving much attention due to class size. The communication between the teachers and the parents is lacking, and most reports are stuffed into the bottom of my son's book bag. A perfect example is when we found his IEP report card a week later. If you have a child between the ages of 3-5 who needs to be in a special education class, look elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2013
EBT K-8 Center is an awesome school. The principal and the teachers are very straight. The school is very clean and it has a lot of fun things to do. The library has tons of interesting books. The classrooms are very organized and clean. The food is delicious and the staff is nice and helpful. Above all, the most important part is the community. They are the ones that put all their efforts to make EBT a successful school. I strongly recommend EBT to all students.

- submitted by a parent
September 16, 2013
Excellent administration, teachers, facilities, and environment. Ms. Ugarte, our counselor, have been very supportive. This school is academically challenging by following University of Cambridge Curriculum. I highly recommend EBT K-8 Center. My children-2nd and 5th grade gifted, love their school!

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2013
Mi hija comenzo su ano escolar este lunes y hasta ahora todo me ha parecido fantastico, mucha organizacion, seguridad, las maestras comunicativas, mi hija esta encantada!!!

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2012
The schools way of handling the children is inexperienced to say the least. The children in the upper academy, 6th-8th grade, are treated the same way as the elementary students. I was part of the first class to graduate from there k-8 and i was very discontent with the lack of freedom which leads to further issues once these kids enter a high school setting. The purpose of the middle school years are to bridge the gap from elementary to high school, yet this purpose seems to have gotten lost somewhere along the way with the creation of K-8 Centers. Do not send you're child to a k-8 center. It defeats the purpose of middle schools and leaves children unprepared to function properly in high schools and in society. Also, there were are no sports teams in this school. Middle schools offer a wide variety of team sports most of the time. I'm not sure whether all K-8 Centers or just this one lack team sports, but it deprives children of many of the opportunities that a classic middle school offers. A K-8 Center is essential an extended elementary school and pointless. -Former student

- submitted by a community member
July 30, 2012
Schools are good as the teachers within that school.Good teachers who practice humility, kindness, compassion and care for all human beings surely will make a difference. If parents need one-on-one or group tutoring for their children, please call me: Dr. Debbie Persaud @ 786-302-3263. I am a retired MDCPS teacher with a Doctorate in Education, MSEd in Teaching English as a Second Language, MSABA in Applied Behavior Analysis, and is currently in a PhD Clinical Psychology Program. I work one-on-one with children with learning difficulties, ADHD, ADD, and general homework help. I have flexible hours and work with the children in their home environment

- submitted by a community member
July 21, 2012
My son loves his teacher, his friends, likes to go to school, has improved in all, EBT is a great school

- submitted by a parent
July 21, 2012
My son loves his teacher, his friends, likes to go to school, has improved in all,EBT is a great school

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2012
This is a horrible school. The staff is very rude, uncooperative, and over all unwilling to help. The school's disciplinary system is unacceptable, the give 60 Minute detentions to mere kindergarten students, for the staple of "talking in class", a ridiculous reason considering they are working with 5 year-old's. Overall they lack a sense of patience and severity with their students, and the methods of education are dismal to say the least.

- submitted by a teacher
February 06, 2012
Year by year, the school improves . Doral is blessed having EBT K_8 . MS Mayra Falcon, Principal , is doing an oustanding job , teachers are excelent and the school is so organized and clean . A+++++++++ My question is why Greatschools rates EBT K-8 only 7/10 ? Must be 10/10

- submitted by a community member
September 13, 2011
guauuuuu they have to much organitation the teachers are exellent good human been and help the parents thank eugenia b thomas

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2011
My children have been attending EBT K-8 Center for the last 6 years and I couldn't be happier with their education. The teachers and administration strongly support the students and encourage parental involvement. My children love their teachers, receive personal attention when they need it and feel very safe. The building is always clean and carefully maintained as is the classrooms. The education at EBT K-8 Center is excellent and the students are always challenged to excel. This school has maintained their "A" school status since it opened. The success of this school is due to its exceptional leader, Mrs. Mayra Falcon, who expects nothing but the best from her staff for the students and community of Doral. She is very knowledgeable of the educational system and is easy to talk to for advice or suggestions. I am very pleased with the excellent education my children are receiving and thank the entire staff of EBT for their commitment and dedication to our youth.

- submitted by a parent
August 07, 2011
Outstanding school in all aspects. The Principal, Mrs. Falcon is the best Dade County has to offer. She is a highly motivatel professional with a high degree of personal integrity. She is an exceptional role modle for her staff, student body and community. Her committment to high standards shows throughout her school. The teachers are committed to ensuring students excel academically and socially. Teaching is taken seriously at EBT. Parents are encouraged to participate and support school initiatives and challenged to provide guidance and discipline at home so that the child can be a good citizen in our community. We couldnt ask for a better school for our child. If you are looking for a school where your child will be challenged, motivated and lead by example, this is your. If you could clone this school's principal, our school system would be perfect! Great job to all and thanks for your commitment to excellence. JBF

- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2011
Our daughter attended this school the first year it opened and she began Kindergarden here. We were so happy when they converted it to a K-8, because it made the process that much smoother and we felt as if we didn't have anything to fear. Her class was also the first one to innagurate the Middle School! She completed her entire Elementary & Middle school at EBT and the school always stood out from the others in the area and other areas in a very positive way. Everything was always positive for us and our child. We are happy that our new child will also be attending the school in 1 year because we know it will be the best school that we can send her to and it's actualy one of the reasons we aren't moving from Doral. Anyone that has the priviledge of sending their children to this school can feel very lucky to know their child will receive the best care & education from the teachers and overall staff of the school. Highly recommended!

- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2011
We had a very good experience with our two kids. (second and fifth grade). EBT It's the main reason why we moved to Doral and we are happy with the decision. Demanding but supportive of the kids when they need it. Ms. Rodriguez of second grade is an outstanding teacher, a very professional and caring person.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2011
My kids attend this school, it is an A school and reviews about catering to english only people are from uneducated people who probably can't spell the letter A. The administration is strict and enforces homework and reading, if you want a school that lets the parents off the hook then find another one, EBT is probably one of the best schools in south florida.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2010
Horrible after school pick up, the ptsa is a rip off, they practically force every child to pay $8.00 or else embarrass them by letting the whole class know that that child didn't pay and therefore they won't get pizza. Even if you pay , they don't send you a membership card (as they are required) Let alone , don't even invite you or notify you of any meetings. Who knows where all that money goes because everything activity they have your child is charged for it. Bylaws from PTA across America require that members have the right to attend meetings and if they wish may question how funds are allocated.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2010
The school is really good and you have a biligual personnel,All the teachers are really good and whe you need to talk to them you just need to make an appt. ..and like they told at the beginning the gifted class is hard but you have the option to be part of it or not ..also if your child goes to public school has to take the FCAT so for most of the kids if not big of a deal my son have the maximun score in each one ....Overall EBT is a great school...with the rest of the public schools that .wehave in Doral area that is why i am living here and no planning to move

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2010
This school is horrible! My son was there for 3 long years. It was our worst nightmare. The kids are always under pressure and stressed until FCAT comes. My son would never bring homework from the subjects that are not part of FCAT! The principal, Mrs. Falcon, thinks she is God - don't expect ever talking to her unless she is complaining about your child. If you need her help, forget it, she does not speak with regular people. My son was transferred to the Gifted class and he spent his last 2 years at EBT there. It didn't work as we expected - it was not fun and engaging. Last year we gave up EBT and decided to try a Private School. We moved out of Doral because of the school. Our best decision EVER!!!

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2010
For quite sometime I have been trying to speak to an counselor, asst. principle or principle, I have send them emails, left them several messages in the front office and no one has ever called me at all. My child has been harassed, and bullied in her classroom, and in the cafeteria by other kids that are 3 grades higher than my child, and the school system doesn't CARE!!! they demand so much from the parents, but they are NOT there to help the parents when needed. Another big issue, none of the security guards speak English, it is impossible to speak to them. This is the U.S.A, learn the language we speak here.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2010
The administrative and security staff caters to those that speak Spanish. If you don't speak it, you will have difficulties. There is also a problem with bullying amongst students. The teachers fail to actually address the bullying in the classrooms, and when asked if the student may speak to a counselor, excuses are given. Half of the time Physical education class consists of sitting in a room taking notes or watching videos. Parental involvement is not allowed with your child's class.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2010
EBT K-8 really believes in having each individual student excell to do their best. They do care and I am very happy with their education, guidance and safety at this school.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2010
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- submitted by a student
March 12, 2010
i love this school it's excellent but they need to fix their dismissal for rainy days.

- submitted by a student
no rating January 07, 2010
EBt is an excellent school. I dont think they have a problem with discipline or 'too much' homework. Discipline is, yes, enforced, and I thank Ms Falcon and all her staff for it. I believe this is one of the main reasons why EBT is among the best in the area. This is achieved with firmness, determination and perseverance and not by yelling at children, as has been claimed in other comments. Yes, kids have homework almost on a daily basis, but weekends and breaks are usually more flexible. There is a great sense of community and the school makes a great effort to bring together parents, students and teachers.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 15, 2009
We had an excellent experience last year with our son's teachers. They are loving and smart professionals. The only issue I have with the school is the amount of homework they assign. Kids need to grow not only academically, but also socially, emotionally, and physically. Who''s up for recess?

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2009
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- submitted by a student
July 13, 2009
My children have attended EBT since it opened in 2001 and I am really pleased for the education they have received. The middle school is academically excellent, with strict discipline and very safe environment.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2009
This School is not as good as it used to be things changed teachers are different and being rude to the students

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2009
This school used to be better. Now it is overcrowded and alot of the teachers lost their magic touch with the student in the middle school....they do not give any compassion to the teenagers that used to be in young children in the elementary grades....instead..they are 'Detention' crazy....If the child's shirt is sticking outside the pants, no warning is given....It's a Detention for you buddy!!!! They are getting to be known around Doral!!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2009
I find the school pretty good. They do pressure the kids with a great deal of homework, and thus pressure the parents to help their kids, but other than that, I think they are fulfilling their mission. The Principal is responsive and sensitive to on going problems and curtailing budgets.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating March 10, 2009
The time that we spend at the EBT was terrible for both our son and us. The only way that the administration can impose discipline is yelling at the children frequently.My son is now in a private school and never will go back again to a school like this one. Some teachers are really rude to everybody, they shouldn't be teachers at all. Please if you are moving to this area take into consideration paying private school for the happines of your children...

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2009
The worst school ever. The children are really unhappy at this school. If you are moving to this area please consider paying for a private school 500-800 monthly. There are other areas in miami with much better public schools. The teachers here just yell at children for everything. If you are attending this school right now be involved into the PTA because it needs serious changes, starting with the principal and some very rude teachers

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
February 24, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2009
Our experience with this school was terrible!!! The admisnitration, including the one from the after school program was extremely unprofessional and rude. They were never available and did not take our concerns seriously. My child was a student of Eugenia B. Thomas (EBT) for a brief time. My husband and I decided to remove him from EBT and place him in a much better school were his socio-emotional and cognitive needs could be better served. We were concern for his safety and socioemotional well-being at EBT.

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January 14, 2009
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December 06, 2008
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October 01, 2008
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August 10, 2008
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July 31, 2008
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June 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2008
EBT is an excellent school, Doral is an excellent place to live, the problem is :we are too many people. Next year Doral will have a new K-8 center and a lot of problems will be solved. Is it not easy be the number 1 since the beginning and keep working with the same excellence year by year.EBT is an A school for 7 years, ergo since the first year, that means(for me) EBT has an A on principal leadership,teacher quality, extracurricular activities, parent involvement(Five Stars Award) and safety and discipline.Again, is it not easy to do it,but EBT K8 Center did it.I have seen it for 7 years.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2007
EBT is overcrowded, there are 40 children per class in Kindergarten, they don't have a break from 8:30am to 2pm (only lunch time and maybe once or twice a week to go to the playground where they can only run as it is not well equipped), and on top of that, teachers expect them to be quite for all those hours. Eventhough there are 2 teachers per class, they just divide the time, not the class, as they take turns to teach all 40 kids at the same time. That system should change.

- submitted by a parent
December 04, 2007
My child has always enjoyed school and has thought of education/learning as a fun activity. Since entering EBT, he dislikes school, and looks at reading as a chore and not an enjoyable way to pass time. The school is unlike any school that I have experienced in other states or from comments from friends/relatives. The children get no recess, have at least 2 hours of homework on week nights, homework on the weekend and holidays. Even though my child was not the one misbehaving in class, he always got the same punishment.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2007
it should be an A+ school is the best

- submitted by a student
November 01, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2007
I would not suggest this school if you do not speak Spanish. The office staff would ignore me and talk with other people around me when I would ask questions in English. The security would only speak to me and my child in Spanish. The administration was rude and would yell at the children frequently. I have put my child in private school because of their actions, the huge class size. My child was miserable, if you are moving to this district I would suggest seriously looking into private schools for your childs education. My child will never go back to this school.

- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2007
The Staff is rude and always screaming. The school does not welcome parents, in the contrary, parents are viewed and treated as a burden. Not to mention the non-english environment...

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2007
I had my son for there for Kindergarten and I was extremely disappointed. The school is completely overcrowded beyond a safe capacity. There is no emphasis on individuality, creativity, gym, art, etc...only reading and math. The meet the teacher night gave no insight as to how each individual child was doing.

- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2007
My child is in K and we are extremely disappointed with the school it is overcrowded and not well organized. Drop-off and pick up is a mess. The children are forced to sit outside for their pick-up with no shade. The staff answer all questions in Spanish, even went asked in English. Security is important; however, EBT goes beyond that it is not a parent-friendly environment at all. The aftercare office staff are unfriendly, and exhibit no training for that type of work I am treated as an inconvenience when I sign-out my child, and pay for aftercare. The Orientations were a waste of time; unorganized and focused on accommodating the Spanish-speaking parents . The open-house provided little information on our child s teacher. She was vague w/her answers and I still don t know what level of education or how many years of experience teaching she has. A true disappointment.

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August 28, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 27, 2007
So far so good. Both my kids started this year at EBT and they are happy. The only problem is to drop them off and pick them up. They should re-arrange the whole thing! It will be better if half the school goes in the front and the other half goes in the back for pick up and drop off. That way the traffic and crazyness gets easier.

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August 02, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
March 28, 2007
My child has been attending EBT for 3 years now and I think the education is ok. I have a problem with the dropping/picking up before and after school. I don't understand why the school does not provide school buses for all students like other schools do in order to ease the traffic issue and parking problem. The shuttle the City provides is not good enough. Parents will not need to drive. Everyone can benefit from this, i think.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2006
This school may be fine for the mainstream population, but as an 'inclusion' school for disabled children it leaves alot to be desired. The school administration and teachers do not appear to be equipped to deal with disabled children. They group them together in one classroom per grade and have only three special education teachers (they have just as many physical education teachers -- which gives you an idea where their priorities are). To any parent who is planning on sending their disabled child here, I would advise you to do your homework carefully. There is no welcoming of your child with open arms here. You will face an uphill battle all the way.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2006
My child has attended EBT since it first opened. This school is exceptional! The teachers are very tech savy and most of my kids teachers have had their own websites where they post homeworks and special projects. I love the fact that they use e-mail as the preferred method of communication. The school offers many programs and activities for children and every year they try to open more programs. The just opened guitar, parent and child art classes, strings (violin, cello, etc.) and computer based training. The one thing I really like is that the library has evening hours - they are open until 9pm.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2005
My child entered Kindergarter at this school after attending a Montessori school for two years. The difference is night and day! I'm extremely disappointed thus far, although I'm desperately trying to keep an open mind until the Teacher/Parent Conference in September. His classroom has 31 children and only one teacher. His classwork is at a Pre-K3 level. (Ex. Coloring squares, circles, etc.; practicing the number 1 or downward stroke; and drawing a line from left to right.) I've just found out they don't offer advanced/gifted programs until 2nd grade. I'll probably need to transfer him back to a private school; It would be sad for him to loose his basic reading and math skills during the next two years. Shame on Eugenia B. Thomas Elementary School for failing those children whom are the most excited about learning.

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2005
My son have gone to EBT since they were 5 years old. EBT is a good school. But a think that the award proccess could be different, because the kids maybe being labeled as the smart or not. The teachers are highly skilled and work hard to bring out the best in each child.

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July 10, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2005
Great people, they helped me as fast that was as humanly possible. And they explained everything to me until I understood it. And like I said before it was done in record time.

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May 06, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2005
My child moved from the Sarasota area to Miami and is having a culture intergration process. The office staff and teachers seem to understand thelanguage barriers and attempt to eliminate problems with assistance for English only students.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2005
Eugenia B. Thomas is a great school. The standards are set up high and there is encouragement and motivation for students. The quality of teachers is great and the administration is cooperative. The parents in this school are pleased with the effort the staff makes to help children succeed.

- submitted by a teacher
April 07, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2005
Overall is Good. Excellent facilities, excellent discipline, excellent security. Need to improve Sports that is important to have mental and physical health of the students, into the regular program and with extracurricular activities. Excellent programs to FCAT preparation.

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2005
Limited availability of extracurricular activites. In our experince, one of three teachers does not have the proper pedagogic preparation, the other two were great teachers.

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2004
There are no extracurricular activities for the children (i.e., reading clubs, newsletters, sports teams) which I think is crucial for any child's overall development and enrichment.

- submitted by a parent
July 26, 2004
This is a very good school. The building is brand new and the teachers are very well prepared. Classrooms are big and the groups are not too crowded.

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April 15, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2003
overall is excellent,but the after school care teachers should focus more in helping the kids w/homework making them understand the homework not just doing it because the have to do it.

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Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 Center
5950 Northwest 114th Avenue, Doral, FL  33178
(305) 592-7914
Last modified Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 Center is a Public school that serves grades PK-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Eugenia B. Thomas K-8 Center Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 84 reviews. Top