My husband and I taught at this school. We quit because the school is impossible to teach at. Even worse, the students who want to learn can't. Many of the students cannot be controlled. If the school gets a new principle and administration I would say the school would get alot better. I wouldnt send my kids there. We wouldnt even teach there. i just feel bad for the kids who want an education and go there. Its a mess.
I'm a student at Robert E. Lee and i attended other High School before this. It is the biggest joke of a learning facility that I ever seen. There is a handful of actual caring teachers. Some of the teachers seem to have a grudge against the students, and are unable to keep the students under control, and other can't even keep up with our papers. The student don't care, and the teachers aren't much better. Next year thank god, i'll have a car and will be returning to Clay.
I have never seen such a disorganized school. They have only one contact phone number and it is nearly impossible to contact some of the teachers. This school is completely depressing. I would not recommend even it to my worst enemy.
I think this school keeps you notified of what your child is doing at all times. It is important to me how my child is doing in classes. If she is not achieving her goals I am notified either by telephone or information in the mail. The selection of classes available to students is wonderful. When I was in school we were only offered specific programs that were being teached at each school. Now they are being taught Florida History and I think that is a very interesting class to have. We were offered World History only back in the 1980's. I think the school should have more resources if you call in and have a question and the only person you can talk to is out sick and you have to call back another day. That is the only problem I have had with Robert E. Lee.
This is an alright school, although they dont actually prepare them for the FCAT such as other schools like Andrew Jackson does. This school needs to be updated in order to make sure that our kids will past the FCAT.
This school needs a lot of work. Many of my daughters classes had over 30 students... the teachers didn't even know who she was when I called to talk to them about problems. They had to pull her school photo to know who she was...and this was well into the school year...over halfway. Kids were caught piercing each others ears...where were the teachers who were supposed to be watching these kids during P.E.?
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