Students enrolled 874
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School leader MS. ANA C OTHON
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District Dade County School District
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14850 Cottonwood Circle
Miami, FL 33185

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3 stars
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May 23, 2014
My son is finishing up 5th grade and had an excellent teacher, but the office staff on the other hand are just rude. When calling the school to report absenteeism or to ask a question, the tone of the female that answers the phone makes it feel like it s a big inconvenience that you are calling. Remember, Its all in the tone of the voice that can rub someone the wrong way and make a very bad impression. I have also found that when I have gone into the office to ask a question regarding something, I get an I don t know, only such and such knows . If you are constantly answering I don t know , then I am sorry, you shouldn t be at your job. I sense that these ladies have worked at JSR for quite awhile, and they should know everything. Our kids spend more time in school then with family and I really hope this is not how they are spoken to while they are at school? Ultimately, The first impression is created the second someone steps inside or calls on the phone. Adjust the attitude.....

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2014
The Teacher of my daughter is excellent, But the staff of the school horrible the office people Disorganized, when you pick up a child you can Be there like 20 min with out help, and she very rude You can complain but the don't do anything. That so bad I can't wait for next year.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
I'm so happy with the teacher, but the drop off and pick up situation is HORRIBLE! They do not allow you to park anywhere! They're large parking lot is off limits unless you have a handicap parking permit.

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2014
I would give this school zero stars if possible. It USED to be a decent school about 20 years ago. My son went to this school for one year (2012-2013) and it was HORRIBLE. I wanted to get him out after 3 months of him attending JSR. Unfortunately, it was not so easy to do so we had to bear an entire academic year here. The only thing nice to say about this school is that Ms. Johnson (the security guard) is nice. The principle is never around, the specialists need to update their training, the office staff is rude, the teachers are horrible and unprofessional, the AP is rude. The teachers don't communicate and are not committed to the students. They also have an old way of teaching that is tailored to robots not children- the teachers do not know that there are different and effective ways of teaching and that every child learns differently. There is no feeling of belonging or community at JSR. I regret having my son attend JSR. He is now at an excellent school and thriving. I am glad I was able to see what a bad school like JSR looks/feels like because now I truly appreciate his current school. In all honesty, from one parent to another- DO NOT ENROLL YOU CHILD AT JSR.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2014
My daughter has had one ok teacher and one great teacher. My oldest kids went to this school about 10 years ago and the teachers were also bad. The drop off and pick up situation is HORRIBLE! They do not allow you to park anywhere! They're large parking lot is off limits unless you have a handicap parking permit. They have 6 parent parking spots in the front and the other 6 are reserved for staff. Thats 6 spots for schools parents!!! The security guard & P.E teacher are rude to parents as they drop off their kids. All lot of parents have complained to the school & school board and nothing gets done.The principle tells you to wait till the security guard is gone from the large parking lot to park in there! So who sets the rules in this school? I witnessed a male custodian yelling at a boy that was holding a side door for his mother that had ran to her car!The principle is not involved. All she does is walk around in her promiscuous outfits. Even 1st and 2nd grade teachers dress like this! Aren't teachers supposed to dress in a conservative manner?The office staff sees you standing there and ignore you. I thought I would be able to handle this school for another year. I was wrong!

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2013
Not happy with the school. Very disorganized. I can't wait for the school year to finish to change my son to another school. my advise look for another school around the area.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2013
This is literally the best school in the entire world. Every one is so nice ! The teacher interacte with the student . I am a student from JSR and unfortunately I have to leave the school . I love this school so much it's not even funny

- submitted by a community member
October 24, 2013
Jane S. Roberts is a great school. My twin boys love their teachers and learn so much everyday. They are in Middle schhol, eighth grade, and will be graduating to high school next year. They are honor students, very polite and extremely smart. Thanks to everyone at Jane S Roberts, including Ms Alvarez and the Vice Principal, my twin boys are prepared for their future. I am so glad they went to this school rather than private. I rate this school as being over and beyond excellent.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2013
Teachers do not communicate. They also take a very long time posting grades. In addition, the teachers do not categorize their grade book. Therefore, their classwork and test weigh the same. Principals have access to monitor teacher's grade book, however, it is evident The principal in this school doesn't. The teachers even talk bad about the principal and comment how poorly involved she is.. I can see why many people are looking for other options such as charter schools. In a charter school the teachers are observed constantly by their principal. While in this school my daughter tells me the principal only walks in their classroom once a year, if their lucky. (To be continued)

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2013
Continued This school has gone down hill and I believe they will continue to do so. Unless the principal can get more control of their teachers. It is evident in this school that it is hard to fire a teacher for their low performance. However, in other schools like private and charter have their teachers are on a yearly contract. That's why their scores are better. Here the teachers are protected by the union just waiting for their retirement. If you can put your child in another school I will suggest it. The majority of the teachers have been there since the school opened 20+ years ago and are tired with no new ideas or authentic assignments. The coach screams and just assigns crossword puzzles for a grade and last year their field day consisted of the PE coach hosing them down with a hose. Plus other schools do nice events were parents can be involved such as Mother's Day, Spanish heritage, end of the year parties etc.,. and even a parent orientation at the beginning of the year. However, if you put your child here you won't experience any of those events. The teachers in this school would not put any extra effort and I blame the principal for not holding them accountable.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2013
This school did not work out for us. Unless you are physically there at all times and you do not work this school is not a good choice. there is such a lack of communication between the office teachers and parents. The teachers are all about how they look and not there to teach. They are definitely not committed to the students. We withdrew our child and enrolled her in another school 10 miles away from our home. Also coach Hall is always screaming at the kids. We're is Mr Carbalo when you need him.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2013
My experience has been good at JSR K-8. My middle schooler has gotten encouraged to pursue advanced classes and her efforts have always been acknowledged and rewarded. My other child had an excellent 3rd grade teacher last year. She is such a caring person and a good teacher. My kids did very well in the FCAT. The small environment, compared to other schools in the area, is definitely a plus.

- submitted by a parent
August 01, 2013
I am an alumni of J.S.R. now. I attended since my family immigrated to the US when I was five, and spent all of Kindergarden through the 8th grade. I am currently a sophomore at Stanford University in California and plan on graduating with a degree in physics. I have the most vivid memories of wonderful times at J.S.R. My teachers truly cared about me. The school is small, and thus each student gets the attention they need. My teachers instilled in me a passion for learning that will never leave me, and for that I am eternally grateful. Some of them I am still friends with. I can't speak for anyone who has had a less-than enjoyable experience with any of the office staff, but my mom always had help when she needed it. The teachers are amazing, and actually teach. Thank you J.S.R. for helping me get to where I am.

- submitted by a community member
December 23, 2012
Was in 5th grade last year. So happy i went to Lamar Louise Curry Middle instead of JSR. Ms. Dacquino is horrible. If your child gets her i recommend getting her a class change!

- submitted by a community member
February 08, 2012
I think this school is fair ,teachers are ok.I have noticed that the students and teachers are arrogant ,stuck up, snotty,and rude. Iam not sure if its the location,bounderies,that most parents work or is a status issue,maybe is that the parents are too busy working to give their kids everything that they forget to teach their kids manners, to be polite and respect others. Mrs Quintero is a great assistant Principal,she seems to cares about the school and the students.I do think that they should have a manners class for parents,teachers and students.In the morning when i am walking in ,in the PE court, the halls, as i drop off my kids, i have said good morning ,hello ,good bye to parents,teachers and students and have no respond.People have no manners in this school.They have clics and bulling is common in this school because of the clics.My daughter wants to go back to her old school,she is not happy here.I would if i could, i dont want my kids growing up around this kind of people.I guess is true what they say 'the more money you have, the less values you possess'.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2012
I am extremely happy with this school. My son is in 8th grade and he loves his school. We have been getting great services from Jane S. Roberts ever since he was admitted there. Principal ,vice-principal, teachers and counselors together created a great educational atmosphere where they all belonged to a family .Vice Principal Ms. Natali is always around making sure that kids are attending the classes . She also makes sure that no outsider stays in the school , without a valid reason. Whenever we approached her for help , she took immediate action and tried to accomodate all our needs. She is always caring and always stops to listen to the students. I am so happy that my son is in good hands and at the same time feel bad that he has to leave the school next year !!

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2011
I am now an alumni of Jane S. Roberts K-8 Center. I am currently a Senior in high school. I attended J.S.R since Kindergarten through 8th grade. To this day, I am forever grateful for having the opportunity to attend this school. My teachers were helpful at all times, and always there when I need them most. They wanted to instill a passion for learning and that is exactly what I received from them. I enjoyed all my classes. Yes, the school is limited in electives, but what you learn inside of class, and the memories created are worth more. I have not gone back to visit since 2008, but my J.S.R. still has a special place in my heart. The staff, and faculty were kind and sweet to all. I cannot thank J.S.R. enough for steering me in the right direction. It is definitely an "A" school in my book. All schools have flaws, J.S.R. isn't perfect, but it's strong values in education make it stand out.

- submitted by a community member
March 02, 2011
The quality of the teachers and the education has deteriorated since a few years back. Teachers have very bad attitudes and this os why the school has lost may students to new schools around.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 24, 2010
My son is getting a quality education and enjoying his elementary years.

- submitted by a parent
July 22, 2010
This school is not that great of a school. The teachers are okay teachers, they teach but not the sufficient. My Child is not an ESE student, she needed a promotion and the school denied to help my child advance and be placed in a better grade. I as a parent consider this a C school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 15, 2010
Dude, this school is awesome! I'm currently in eighth grade and have been attending since kindergarten. The teachers are amazing, as are the principals and assistant principals that we've had. It's not the best middle school, but it kicks butt for a k-8 school. Go jaguars!

- submitted by a student
August 21, 2009
My two daughter has been in this school since kinder. Most teachers are excelent educators, and alway challenge the students to do better every day. I am very happy with what my daughters have learned so far in important courses such as Math,science, and Language arts.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2008
I am pleased with this school's performance, when it comes to teacher's and faculty helping with you with your situation. The principal and her assistants are very cooperative, and visible at any time of day. The pick-up and drop-off for the kids have somewhat been resolved. Although it could be hectic sometimes. Overall I pleased with the school. Parents should be more involved with the school, this way they can express their thoughts, and ideas to them. Don't expect if you don't give.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2008
I'm very happy with this school. My children started attending JSR August 2008 and they are very happy. They are in Kindergarten and in 8th grade.

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2008
what a a nice school....a nice one in fact my kids love this school to bad they had to move please let everyone know that this school is the number 1 school!!! thanks,for everything teachers and staff of Jane S. Roberts

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- submitted by a teacher
May 20, 2008
My son was in that school, and let me tell you it was a nightmare, he was from kindergarten through the first half of third grade. I believe tha they should have excellent teachers, but the ones who taught my child ......some of them didn't know how to handle kids, they didn't let the kids to read the books that they wanted....and the principal was a dictator.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2008
Jane S Roberts has excellent teachers. If your child comes to this school they will have a friend in about a week or less. They do not have alot of activities the best activities they have are jump rope for heart, field day, the fcat pep rally, the environmental fair, and the school attendance parties. The security is not so good sometimes. Also be aware that there is a middle school hooked on to the elementary school and there has been alot of problems because of that.I would give education an A and safety a low B.

- submitted by a student
February 24, 2008
The administration shows a militant style of leadership. Basically, they feel they know what needs to be accomplished but are missing the big picture. Micro-managers! The intention is to get the school and administration to get high marks so that they can receive popcorn parties and get a passing grade at the board level. Teachers are fantastic however they are unhappy. Not good for the kids. Next year I will pull my children out when the new school is built even though I am not in the new school boundary.

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July 14, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2006
School year 2006/2007 has shown excellant improvement in the pick-up area. We now have one area for drive by pick-ups, and the circular area for the private school buses. I was very impressed with the changes this year, and even more impressed with wakenhut private security service providing security and traffic guidance in the mornings and after noon, and an parking lot for parents was built behind the middle school made of gravel, not to mention that in the mornings there is only one entrance for all the kids to enter the school. My son has mrs. C. Perez, 3rd grade for his teacher and she is dedicated and excellant! We now have the safest, organized, best educational school in the county, thank you ms. Kinsler, teachers thank you, mrs. Cerdo thank you! I rate this school a plus all the way! Parents need to do there part now.

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December 01, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2006
F in organization, especially with afternoon parent pick up. The worst part is that the people at the school office don't't care at all when you make a complaint and try to help with suggestions in how to improve this crazy situation. A in teaching, but again, school needs organization and willingness to work with the parents to improve the kids pick up problem

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2006
I give it a F in organizing themselves but an B on teaching .I think that they over work the kids way to much homework.. Weekends should be a time for the kids to get a rest not to be doing homework. The teachers should be involved more with the parents. The pick up is crazy & there is never parking in the morning.

- submitted by a teacher
July 28, 2006
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- submitted by a student
July 17, 2006
The pickup is a disaster! Too overcrowded, kids everywhere!!! parents everywhere, since there are 2 exits mixed with bus pick-ups and a junior high that overflows on to the elementary. Parent pick-up should be in the circular driveway, not in two different places, this creates a traffic nightmare. The teachers do not seem content with the administration, over all my child did well but he picked up on the stressfull environment created by a very much over crowded school.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2006
Great school. Teachers are very caring and you can clearly see they enjoy and love to teach kids.

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no rating May 25, 2006
School located inside Lakes of the Meadow as small middle school classes. Less students per teacher than other schools.

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May 23, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2006
It is a good school with caring teachers. That also means that it is a very popular school. It is a bit crowded.

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February 16, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
Overall, a very good school with high quality teachers and leadership. There have been many improvements in the quality and amount of supplies, but unfortunately some non-tangible things are missing that might make it a warmer, more spirited place for the kids to spend their days in. This has been a tough year with hurricanes and too many strange breaks, so here's hoping for a more predictable 2006!

- submitted by a parent
August 23, 2005
I'm a mother of two kids who have done very good, they have had excellent teachers and the size of the classes never exceded 24 kids, which is great! But this year I have a girl in 1st grade and the size of the classes are at least of 40 kids, with two teachers though, but still to much. We need help from the school board!!We need more class rooms, more space. It is very important to add extracurricular activities in after school care for elementary kids, there could be sports, more music classes, art.

- submitted by a parent
August 08, 2005
This school is really nice on the outside and I was a student and the teachers are nice but the school needs some more security. There is not many extracurricular activities but that is what most kids neeed.

- submitted by a student
July 19, 2005
In the past years I would have to comment that the quality of academic programs has been excellent. The school may have lacked in the field of sports, but this is accepted because of its emphasis on academicsl. Parental involvement is good.

- submitted by a teacher
July 12, 2005
Excellent school in all aspects. Very happy and impress with the ESE program for pre-k. I recommend the ESE program (pre-k) to everyone. Excellent teachers.

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- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2005
Jane S. Roberts has served my children well. They have been students there for 2 years but are in the 3 and 8th grade. The administration and many teachers have changed this year bringing about positive changes and more security to the building. The students are better behaved also.

- submitted by a parent
April 05, 2005
Jane Roberts is an excellent school. Parents, kids and teachers are involved. Administration always available. extracurricular activities are limited but education is excellent. Nice community.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2005
No extracurricular activities. Excessive homework. Good teachers. Little security measures. Poor carry-over of uniform regulations with girls wearing mini-skirts that show their underwear when they walk. Very poor traffic conditions but obviously working on it which is a blessing since someone is going to get runover otherwise. Parents are not allowed to volunteer in their children's classrooms which is nonsense since it would help the teachers and the parents would not be as motivated to assist in a different classroom. Overall, not a bad school but needs improvement and is the best choice in the area.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2005
Academic programs are good, but classes are crowded. Because it is a K-8 Center there is not as much variety in extracurricular activity as in a true Middle School. There is a PTSA at this school so that students as well as parents and teachers are involved. Overall, it's a good school, but as with most Florida schools, teaching is to the FCAT, allowing little time for creative learning pursuits, so creative/sensitive children may feel left out or stifled.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2005
JSR has a new principal this year who is stressing more discipline, and who for the first time, is making available level 2 electives. Hopefully we will also see more extracurricular activities soon.

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- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2004
Excellent leadership and quality in teachers.

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July 04, 2004
Very commited teachers, new principal for 2004-2005. Overcrowded. One of the best in the area. Involved parents.

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- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2004
There was a time that the school was great. Now, with this principal, the creation of the middle school and FCAT it has gone downhill, not to ever recover. I feel sorry for the students, and hope that the parents that defend the administration of the school are going to be able to look at their kids when in high school and say, 'I know you are not prepared for High School, but wasn't your principal great?' Not!!!!!!

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2004
I never tought I could see my six year old suffer so much. The education in this school is very bad. I'm actually my son teacher. How can it be possible that almost all first grades are not passing? words talk for themselves.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2004
JR is a safe school full of nice kids.Homework has become a substitute of teachers' work. Frequently repeating the same type of math operation tens of times, as if muscle memory would help the student solve the equation. Art electives are ok, but diabetes is an epidemic. Kids will benefit from 45-60min/daily 3 days a week of PE. Are they reading and writting about books ? What about lessons of home economics, family planning?

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2004
There was a time when this school was excellent for educating our children. With the advent of the FCAT and the upper academy I have seen that excellence slip through their fingers not to be had again. I couldn't care less about the principal, administrators and teachers in this school. Our concern should be solely the children and what its been done to them. Amidst turmoil and infights up to last year, at least the children were better served, they had Honor Roll and other recognitions, which albeit few, were the only motivators for them. We don't even have that for them this year. Those who feel proud of the administrators and teachers and the 'a' rating in this school should applaud the students, and the students only, who are the ones that succeed in spite of the adults' childish behaviors. I hope those who hail the 'principal' will be able to look at their children in the eye when they are in high school and accept how wrong they were.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2004
This school is horrible my daughter attended that school for 4 years and she had no preperation for highschool, and there is no extra curricular activites there, there is only the basic things, how can a children grow in there education if they only have 5 electives. If we have been a A school for 2 years where is the 500,000 dollars they award us for being an A school I don't see going anywhere to the students and there needs. I am really disappointed with this school. If u are considering it as a parent to inroll your kid think twice, because this is a horrible school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 22, 2004
Both my daughters go to this school. One in six the other in third grade. The emphasis on the fcat makes it very difficult for all parents to deal with homework. Specially for family with both parents working. The amount of homework is extremely high. Not sure if this is the school fault or a reaction to the Jeb Bush initiative. Still in one instance my daughter was taking a test while the teacher was teaching fcat material to those that had finished. Both my daughters will finish there but not because I like it, is just the best option we have right now.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2004
Yes, there is room for improvement at this school, starting with a need for inspiration beyond the FCAT grade. Extra-curricular activities that inspire and energize the student body would be welcome, and simply: Follow Through on good ideas. We have lost our way, partly due to scandals and distractions, and need to get past that. We are also, as are all schools, having to adjust to standards which measure our kids according only to specific skills, often disregarding special talents or needs. However, the numbers do count in this public school system, and ours are good. Our teachers are also, within their classrooms and one-on-one with parents, second-to-none. It is their determination to remain creative amidst pressure that most inspires me as a parent. I know we can do a better job at Jane S. Roberts. I just hope we stop pointing fingers aimlessly, and come up with a few real plans of action.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2004
Students do not come first at this school. There are very little extra-curricular activities and this once excellent school is now plagued by nepotism, cronyism and an unsupportive and incompetent principal. There is very little discipline and security concerns. Students are better served at nearby schools.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2004
The fact that we've remained an 'A' school is a testament to our students and teachers. Our principal is inept and ineffective to say the least! She continues to run JSR the way a bumbling dictator runs a banana republic - steer clear of this school at all costs! The positive responses on this site are quite funny - Check with parents in person before enrolling your child!

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2004
This was once an excellent school until the current principal came to destroy the positive learning environment. It is a shame that parents are misled and blinded by the A rating. Unfortunately, students need so much more to be successful. This school is in dire need of a nurturing, proactive principal that places more emphasis on the students' and teachers' needs. Many great teachers and a wonderful band director have now left as well as many knowledgeable assistant principals. This school is now left with no real leadership. Parents beware and wake up, your children will not be adequately and correctly served in this once excellent school.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2003
This is an excellent school. My only complaint is saftey of the children in the morning. Parents are allowed to enter into the same areas that are designated as waiting areas for the children. They are by themselves for 15-20 minutes while any adult is allowed to enter the school.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2003
My kids have been at JSR for 5 years, and its getting better after the scandal last school year, but parents are scared to speak out. When they do they start treating you different. Most of parents don't speak English and they accept things because they don't have choice. The school still needs to improve a lot in extra curriculum and principal should get more involved with parents and be available to parents.

- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2003
Like a president in a company, the Principal is the key person to make the school works. In this case is the school is rated as A, no words needs to say... The principal is excellent! she has supported me all along.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
I was lucky to have my daughter in JSR for elementary and middle. Education is very good and what I like the most is the discipline and security. Also there is great response from the techers whenever I have had a problem between them and my daughers, which hasn't been very often.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
After having a child in this school for more than 3 years, I can say that it is very disorganized to the point of lack of respect to the students and parents needs and concerns. Of course the parents contribute greatly to the confusion by their lack of understanding the most basic needs of their kids.The emergency exits are locked regularly preventing an escape from the campus if necessary, the nightmarish traffic debacle is managed by the PE coach. This school was originally designed to accomodate the residents of the community in which it it is enclosed by, but as parents continue to circumvent the system by falsifing their addresses, more children than can be safely accomodated have overwhelmed the school.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2003
Jane S. Roberts is a wonderful school. The fact that it has remained an A school for the last two years speaks for itself. Hard work and team work from the students, teachers, administration and parents have made this possible. Keep up the great work!

- submitted by a teacher
August 02, 2003
Jane S. Roberts is a school mainly focused on education and forgets the children s need for a elective like dance, home eke, P.E, art, music, and drama. To them classes like this are too expensive and have no use for the children. Extra curriculum activities are limited to dance (an arm and a leg), art, computer club, band, student council and of course F.E.A. P.E is not like it was back then, now they have written H.W, tests, and assignments. There electives arte simple Spanish, Art and P.E wheel (if you get it), band, and a computer class. And there educational electives are speech and debate for 8th and journalism for 7th. Over all I give it a four because of its educational asset. Bt a five star school has the works education, foundation, culminating electives. thank you, student

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Jane S. Roberts K-8 Center
14850 Cottonwood Circle, Miami, FL  33185
(305) 220-8254
Last modified Jane S. Roberts 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.
Jane S. Roberts K-8 Center Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 81 reviews.