I haven't had much experience with the whole school. However, I've had experience with the Pre-K department. Indian Pines Elementary School has a excellent Pre-K department. The are almost having activities inviting families. They always greet you. The teach more then they have to and really try hard to prepare the children for kindergarten. I love Pre-k. The are 5 stars.
Your wrong, the pricapal at this school is Mrs.Robinson. This school is great because there is hands on learning in this school and fun clubs so kids learn new things. They have a new dance team and Chorus and two academic clubs for science and math.
You can never get a call back no matter how many times you call or go by the school, the only thing they do is put it in the teachers mailbox.. the coach is the worst he yells at the kids for nothing .. I had to tell him off for yelling at me after waiting over 20mins for my kids to come out in the car rider lane. He was yelling for me to move up my car and I'm at the front of the line how much more can I move up... for PE my kids played musical chairs... I've never heard such a thing. Last year my son teacher always put good job or great effort in his agenda. Then when you finally get to meet with the teacher she's telling me so many things my son isn't doing. Why all this wasn't in his agenda when the teachers asked so many time to get agenda signed.... This is a new year and its worst still can't get a phone call from a teacher, principal still no better. The new number thing is a joke cause cars skip the line student takes longer to come out, the coach don't need to be working there.. what was a A school has made a big drop..... I wish I could change school
There is no place for children who fall between grade average and gifted. The new principal has not been near as good as Pasterczyk. This school has gone down and some good teachers have left, following the old principal. I am trying to get my children into a different school. They do have dual language and some good teachers, but some very poor as well. My third grader did not have a field trip of any kind througout 2nd or third grade. School to family newsletters that really inform are no more. No dances, no fairs, no real extracurricular activities any longer. However they do have a new building with some state of the art equipment
This has been a great school for my daughter. They offer dual-language and gifted programs. I would suggest parent involvment. We have had a couple of problems with some of the little boys but they were handled.
My child attended Inadian Pines for only 5th grade as we had temporarily moved to the area. In my experience the school is very well organized and the communication level between the staff and parents is exceptional. I received all the information I needed to help my child throughout the school year consistently and efficiently. I was able and encouraged to be a part of my kid's education in general as well as in FCAT preparation and other areas of great importance. I even attended their parent university which explored and dissected such topics as discipline in the home and school, motivating a child successfully and even giving our kids the tools they need to handle peer pressures. I feel that both my child and I received a great education that year. This is a school that demands your involvement and can guarantee your childs success.