Any issues my child has had in school with other students have been handled in a timely manner thanks to the open lines of communication between the teachers and parents. They always listen and take the time to assess the situation and come to a solution that makes all happy
My boys are learning but the bullyin ain't controlled, I drive em both ways, to and from school, cause the way I figur it, if they gotta put up with bullyin during school, ain't no way they should have to put up with it on the bus
The teachers dont care enough dont communicate. Dont teach the kids well.the staff likes to sweep problems and parents under the rug .plus its a title one school which means it a poor ehite trashville. Go anywhere else if u can
Fort Braden is a wonderful school! I have a stepson who is in 4th grade and my own son who is in 8th grade that attend this school. After a horrible experience at an inner city middle school for 6th and 7th grade, we moved to the Fort Braden community and my son has done much better at this school. The teachers and the faculty/staff/administration are all very concerned about each and every child succeeding. The principal is outstanding and interacts with the children in both elementary and middle school on a daily basis several times a day and eats lunch with them as well during the week. It is the responsibility of the parents to have close communication with the teachers either by e-mail or telephone to ensure that their child is receiving proper guidance and instruction. The teachers will and do reach out to all parents when there are any academic or behavioral issues. Very impressed with ALL faculty that I have come across from custodians to librarian(s) to administration. As a volunteer and previous intern and student teacher at the school I have first-hand knowledge as a teacher and as a parent that this school is an A+ school working each and every day to improve!
My son who is 11 has been bullied for 2 years and it took me filing a compliant at the school board. My son has always been to blame the bullying. Quoteed' If he wants good friends, he needs to be a good friend. Who tells a child who is already being bullied something like that? I want my children out of Fort Braden. It use to be a great school now not so much.