Mis dos hijos fueron a esta escuela y nunca tuve problemas la escuela es buena y los maestro tambien todo depende de la preocupacion de los padres y del estudiante ,tengo muy lindos y gratos recuerdos los maestros de experiencia la gran parte de ellos tienen muchos a os en la escuela a todos gracias.
My 4 year old daughter, who was supposed to start her first day of Pre-K today, walked out of the classroom this morning and the TWO teachers that are assigned to that class had no idea where she was or what had happened. Needless to say, I have signed my child out of that school and will be sending her to a private preschool. What got me heated to a boiling point was the lack of concern on their part, they had no clue of what was happening and acted as if I was over reacting. I'm sure they would OVER REACT if their child had disappeared and the people that were entrusted to care for her had no idea where she was too. The principal is about as clueless as the teachers, showed no concern at all, the only thing he could tell us was that there is only 1 security guard, who was chatting with some other guys instead of watching the hallways, etc. I am just disgusted with the entire school, they are a disgrace.......
My child has been there 1 year, and really i just don't see the learning! everything my child knows is because her parents teaches her, the teachers are lazy, there are no extra-curricular activities. i would like to join the PTA but for some reason i have no motivevation! And the new principle has NO idea!!! can't wait to get my child from there.
I attended this school from 3rd to 5th grade, i completed 5th grade in 2004. I left that school completely unprepared academically for the magnet middle school i attended [Ammons]. I had excellent grades in their Gifted program, and i recall never doing any work in that school. I would relax for hours, which is probably the cause for my poor math abilities now that i am a Senior at Coral Reef. I also never felt right in that school. Very negative impression on me as a child. I hated this elementary school and would never send a child to it. Even after all these years, it haunts me.
my daughter is in this school since 3rd grade she is now in gifted and got every question on the science fcat correct this school is a very good school and the teachers are extremely nice
My child has been in the School since PRE-K. Back then, it was great. He is now in the second grade. All I can say, if you have a child with special needs, this is not the right school. The ESE teacher is excellent, but the administration including the Principal, lack exprience, and they do not back up their teachers.
This USED TO BE an 'A' school! Don't know what went wrong, but now my kids are being given the choice to switch to a better school thanks to No Child Left Behind. Mind you, the school recently underwent a principal change (for the better, I believe), but his tenure at this school is way too short to evaluate further. With that said, the school is still REALLY lacking parental involvement - the PTA is not strong AT ALL. There are NO extra-curricular activities, the new building's 1st floor smells like a toilet, no motivation for students to achieve higher standards, no organization, inadequate parent parking/pick-up/drop-off area...this school leaves much to be desired, stemming from administrators down to security personnel. Needless to say, I am beyond disappointed in this school and will be moving my kids OUT.
I think that school is excellent. All teacher are very friendly and have higher qualification. They are very exigent with the homework and discipline. I'm very pleaser with this school.Thank for all the teacher.
Good School, consecutive A in FCAT. My son went here from K5 to Fifth Grade. No major complaints.
Like the idea that same grades, even though in different classrooms are visiting the same topics at the same time during the year. Very good after school care program.
They are an A+ school ans they have an excellent after scholl program with the YMCA.
Miami Heights offers art and music starting at the pre k level. There is a PTA, but there isn't that big push to get greater parent involvement. More music concerts or art fairs would help in that area. The gifted program in my opinion does not challenge my child enough..
My son has attended this school since Kinder, now he is on 5th grade. I have see the improvement on this school has with in the last 6 years. I thought the remodeling was going to be done for this year, unfortunally is not, this will bring a big plus to the school when it gets done. Great leadership from Ms. Coffey as well as Ms. Aballe, previous principal, together as a team they made this school a big A school. This school also have great teachers as Ms. Agostini, Ms. French, Mr. Brown and Ms. Berdejas, just to mention a few of them. Great office personal, the staff is very helpfull and always looking out for the kids interest. I got to spend a few minutes in the office yesterday I was able to see how much they do care for the students as well as the safety.
I Have my two kids at Miami Heights Elementary since kinder. My oldest one is now in 3rd grade. For the past two years I have been seen lots of improvements on the level of education. I really want to say that the hiring teacher s process is really good. My kid s teachers and I always work out together to benefits my kids; they are on top of my kids and not all the teachers does that. I'm very happy with Mrs. Robotham which is a great teacher she is doing her Master in reading and that is a big help for all the students in her class. Congratulations!
Old, unkept school, classrooms too crowded, Afterschool activities poor, Disciplinary regulations for attendance not enforced, After School program poor, no security, no constructive activities. Parent/Teacher comunication not fostered. ESE program poor, aside from a few good teachers, most look like they don't care about the student and no motivation. School need to improve on nutrition.
Three children attended your school at some point. My 10 year old is there now. He's struggling a little bit. You have improved so much since the oldest two has moved on. Keep it up. Some parents still have hope.
Old, unkept school, classrooms too crowded, Afterschool activities poor, Disciplinary regulations for attendance not enforced, After School program poor, no security, no constructive activities. Parent/Teacher comunication not fostered.ESE program poor, aside from a few good teachers, most look like they don't care about the student and no motivation.
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