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PK-5
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Miami, FL
Students enrolled: 827
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2121 Northwest 5th Street
Miami, FL 33125

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(305) 642-4141
(305) 649-3789
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Map of Citrus Grove Elementary School address.

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September 15, 2014
The school has come a long way. Most teachers are highly qualified, now the school has fences all around, gates are closed during the school day, a security seats at the entrance, a security walks the hallways, there is supervision in the cafeteria. The school went up 84 points in the FCAT scores in 2013-2014 staying 14 points shy of getting a B. Go Citrus!!!

- submitted by a teacher
October 31, 2012
I agree with the concern of the parents about security and safety. the do forget to close the gates many time and is really easy to get in, I am there every day dropping of my children. I think many of the teachers are great and my children do awesome and get great grades but they do need better security and facilities, the toilets don't have seats or toilet paper and are dirty. not enough security and clean up crew, crowded classes etc...

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2011
En esta escuela los ninos no tienen ninguna seguridad,entran y salen sin supervision alguna,el dia de ayer yo personalmente camine toda el area de la escuela,despues de terminadas las clases y cuando todavia havian ninos en la escuela en diferentes actividades y nadie me pregunto,quien yo era ni que queria,igual lo puede hacer cualquier maleante,he visto a los de la seguridad de la escuela faltarse el respeto entre ellos mismos,y frente a los estudiantes,no hay a quien preguntarle nada y todos tienen malas caras,aunque creo que mi hija tiene una buena maestra,tambien creo que esta escuela necesita una mejor direccion y un poco mas de interes por el bienestar de nuestros ninos,la verdad no me parece una buena escuela en terminos generales.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2011
This is the worst school my son has been bullied and the office staff have not yet done anything about it, the Assistant Principal is the worst she seems like she cares but never gets anyhting solved . there's was a kid bullied in the boys bathroom and they tried to keep disclosure about the situation i hope the school district gets on their case about all these kids getting bullied

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2010
For any parent that want to send your child to citrus grove i suggest you do this is the best school your child will ever be in .I'm telling you this because i sent my child to this school. the teacher are wonderful and the students are nice and caring.There aren't any violent children in this school thank

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March 27, 2009
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March 16, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2009
It is unfortunate to see how bad this school is. There is no sort of security for the children in the mornings, they are left to run around until nearly 8:20am. The poor P.E. coach is they only one in charge to care for all children grades 2-5. The principal is never available to be seen. I have a friend whose children are also in this school and she will be transferring them out of this school after this year because they were nearly kidnapped while on school premises. The officials in this school do not seem to care about our children's safety. All they do is train these children how do good on their FCAT test. I wish someone can take a video camera to this school the school board can see what is going on!

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2008
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July 15, 2008
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- submitted by a student
no rating June 02, 2006
From first hand knowledge in working at this school, I can honestly say this has got to be the worst school in Miami, Florida. I highly recommend all parents to do something about the safety, discipline and classroom morale in this school. Students are allowed to roam the hallways and school office without being asked where they should be. The principal is never around to tend to your needs, and, it is sad to say, that she has an 'ego' problem. Thirty teachers left in this school in a matter of 10 months.

- submitted by a teacher
January 24, 2006
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December 12, 2005
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September 29, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2005
My child had so much preparation for the FCAT test. It was almost too much with nothing else taught. Parents are hesitant to be involved because they all work. New principal is impossible to meet with because she is always gone. Assistnat principels seems to be good. My child is in the 5th gifted program and I am very happy. But I will be glad to move on to another school in the fall.

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2005
It needs to have more involvement from the teachers to the students.

- submitted by a former student
November 24, 2004
I believe that the school has no disciplne at all. In the morning children are without any supervision, left to play at their own risk. Also, everytime you try to meet with the Principal or assit they are nowhere to be found or unavailable.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2004
This school has had 35-38 Kindergarten/and First grade students per class and no full time aides. How can one teacher teach 38 kids who are all five years old? How can we expect anything good to come out of a school that doesn't care about class size and therefore student learning. This is unacceptable! This school has a lot of potential but needs an administration that really cares about the kids it is soppose to be serving. The classes are not only overcrowded but dirty, with holes on the ceiling, doors that do not open/close,poor classroom lighting, walkways that flood with dirt everytime it rains and no one has access to the building, and a very dirty cafeteria.Pick-up/dismissal is a joke. More real security is needed. Overall, the school needs desperate attention. The children, teachers, and staff work under very poor working conditions.

- submitted by a parent
October 14, 2003
Me parece muy buena escuela y sobre todo los maestros estan teniendo mucha paciencia en el caso de kindergarten . Quiero agradecer especialmente a Ms.Garcia y Ms.Morsuli por ser tan buenas maestras y por tenerles paciencia a los ninos. Mi hijo ha aprendido en muy poco tiempo muy bien las cosas y eso es motivo de reconocimiento. Tambien la escuela cuenta con un director muy bueno, con buenos metodos ,un principal asi hace falta en muchas escuelas . En mi opinon esa escuela ha mejorado 100% de como era antes.los felicito! 'This seems like a very good school and above all the kindergarten teachers have demonstrated a lot of patience. I especially want to express my appreciation for Ms. Garcia and Ms. Morsuli for being such good teachers and for being so patient with the children. In a very short amount of time my son has been learning things very well and that is worthy of recognition. Also, the school has a great principal, with very good practices, and a principal like that is lacking in many schools. In my opinion this school has improved 100% from before so congratulations!'

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2003
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Citrus Grove Elementary School
2121 Northwest 5th Street, Miami, FL  33125
(305) 642-4141
Last modified Citrus Grove Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Citrus Grove Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 20 reviews. Top