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8207 Tinker Street
Tampa, FL 33621

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(813) 840-2043
(813) 233-3664
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June 25, 2014
This school has a lot of room for improvement. I have seen the administrator treat teachers really kind and the next minute she is disciplining them in public or talking to others about a teacher that has made her made. My two children love their teachers and have done really well in 2nd and 4th grade. The office staff really takes this school to an all time low with their rudeness and breach of confidentiality. When administration learns confidentiality and does not stand and discuss student and staff issues in ear shot of parents maybe I could score them higher. Glad to know my husband received orders and we are moving on. Wish future students and parents the best.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2014
My daughter attended her first 3 years here at Tinker. Overall, I feel it is a good little school. We lived on base and having her be able to walk or ride her bike to or from was great. I have to say this past year was trying due to her second grade teachers. They both seemed tired or jaded from day one of class. The first part of the year I did not feel there was adequate communication with the teachers but being persistent with them paid off some. I agree with the previous reviews about the Art teacher. I never knee how the front office staff would be from week to week if I needed to call or speak with them. Overall, the school seemed to get a little worse as each year went by with teachers and administration. But we will take the good memories and move on.

- submitted by a parent
February 15, 2014
Tinker is an amazing school with wonderful staff and administration. I love that my children are happy and when there is an issue they contact me right away to keep me informed. I do feel the school has one staff member that is a poor representation of the school and I hope the administration will make a change very soon. The art teacher is very rude and my children really dislike attending her class. I have also found in the morning she is very rude with parents and children. It is not her business if a child is wearing a hat or if they are in shorts or pants. My children hate to wear pants and I feel I am their parent and I can dress them myself. She also she greet the children with respect and not start their day on a negative note. When they make her leave our wonderful school I will be able to rate the school a 5. I hope to see this happen in the near future. I am thankful that the rest of the staff are loving and caring people. Thank you for a wonderful school!

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2014
The school is convenient, safe and nurturing. Tinker teachers have a great respect for the lives that these military kids lead; they are accommodating and understanding. My daughter has attended Tinker for 2 years, her love for learning has only been nurtured. Her teachers have made learning enjoyable. Ms. Slagal & Mrs. Quinn are OUTSTANDING teachers with big hearts and a love of teaching that shines through their student's success. Mrs. Mendenhall has been a blessing as well, firm but caring. She is trying to set the kids up for long term learning success, not just test mastery. The administration are great role models and very involved with the students' day to day activities. If other parents are upset with their child's progress, make an effort to get involved in the school - the SAC and PTO are always in need of parents with positive attitudes and ideas. One of my "issues" with Tinker is the Art teacher -- VERY disappointed. Last year I only received ONE piece of artwork from school! FL is a common core state, which I'm not particularly fond of, but I do feel as though my daughter is getting a good foundation for her education at Tinker.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2013
There were some great and wonderful teachers there. The principal at the time was horrible and seemed to only worry about the grade of the school than the students. My daughter was special needs and it was difficult to get any help for her

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2013
We moved on base during the summer of 2012, and decided we would give Tinker a try. We had children in 1st and 4th. After two weeks of school, we began to question our decision. We told ourselves that we needed to give it more time, it would probably improve. The teachers were kind. Four weeks of school and we decided to pull them out after the fifth week. Our final decision was based mainly on curriculum. We knew there were better choices since we had homeschooled in the past for several years. (the previous year, they had been in a good public school though) So 5 weeks and we were done. We also had an issue with a lack of communication with one of my son's teachers. He has special needs and I do think she meant well. But we should have been notified more quickly. We like to be involved and know what's going on. Not find out about something a week or two later. Apparently Tinker had been making a lot of changes. They let teachers go after only a few weeks of school,which increased class sizes. Another thing to consider is the facility. It needs updating. Also, my kids were eating lunch as early as 9:30 and 10 on Mon. 10 and 10:30 the rest of the week.Wish I had more room to write!

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2013
This school may be conviently located but trust me it is a poor choice of a school. If you aren't an officer and if your child isn't the brightest in the class, they WILL be left behind. Teachers and staff are very gossipy and the demenor of the school is that of a snotty South Tampa private school.

- submitted by a parent
January 19, 2013
I currently have 2 children at Tinker (2nd & K). This is our 1st year at the school. However, we transferred in from another school (10 rated) in the district. We have been very happy with the administration, staff and teachers. I feel everyone has gone out of his or her way to make the transition as smooth as possible. I find everyone to be very responsive and helpful. My children are having a great time learning. The school isn't as test crazy as the previous school my children attended but I find it makes for a better learning environment. For my kids to spend time learning the FL test is just a waste of time b/c they will be in another state or Country next year. I like that the teachers teach the fundamentals instead of "teaching the test". Best part about the school is they get the very unique lifestyle that military brats live so they understand the needs and constraints that come along with moving frequently and deployments. The school isn't perfect and there is always room for improvement but I would absolutely recommend Tinker to my friends and family.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2012
My children have both gone to Tinker. My son from 3rd to 5th and my daughter since kinder and she is now in 5th grade. I will say this last year there has been a nightmare. They have had so many changes in the front office and teachers that it has really gone downhill. My child's teacher is not understanding of anything and feels that it is necessary to make my child feel unworthy. I worked at Tinker the first 3 years they were there so I know first hand how bad it has gotten. The numbers drastically decreased this year as well because parents have noticed this as well.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2012
Parents Beware, if you child is too busy they will be labeled and thrown to the side!!! If your child is self sufficient and a A student then your child will be fine at Tinker. My child was a student at Tinker from 1st grade through 5th. Although Tinker passed my child year after year and now he is so far behind that he is repeating the 5th grade. Every year I grew increasingly frustrated, asking for help, bringing him to outside tutors as well as Tinker's sad excuse for extra help (ELP). The school does not welcome involved parents, in fact I had volunteered on several occasions to help out and never received calls back. The school doesn't even support parents having lunch with their children anymore. They should fire about 90% of their staff and start with teachers that really want to be there. Thank goodness the principal retired, but the assistant principal is just as bad if not worse and WOW she is sneaky!!! Hopefully the new principal will clean house!!! I am so glad to finally have my child at a school where the teachers and staff really care about education and not just the FCAT.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2012
This school is desperately trying to hide its failures and pull itself out of a B rating back to a A rating. They are trying to raise the percentage of rotating children in efforts of hiding their staff's deficiencies since this is easier then rotating stale staff and leadership. Even the base commander has joined this selfish cause. Their latest framework ensures this by not allowing children even siblings of children who already attend Tinker to be enrolled from households not within MacDill s perimeter. Over the last decade this was not the case, until the newly arrived leadership changed the rules. Previously children from MacDill's workforce would be allowed to attend even if they resided off base. When the percentage of children in Tinker changed from a rotational majority (leaving every 2 to 3 years) to a non-rotational majority (not leaving due to military orders every 2 to 4 years) the schools ranking fell to a B . As you can guess when the decade of A ratings fell to a B rating the new principal and base commander joined forces in changing the enrollment framework to raise rotational majority.It is easier to change children then failed staff.

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2012
Average academics, but the children are safe. Front office staff may be a little overzealous in enforcing rules, and it may come across as parents aren't welcome. The new principal lived the military life and really understands what our children go through. I love how she thanks the parents for allowing them to serve the children of those who serve! She was put in the tough position of enforcing the rules after the previous principal gave everyone special favors and enrollment got out of hand. Parent involvement is shamefully low since most live off base and commute (see favors above). Tinker will be a great school in a couple of years!

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2012
I love this school and so does my son. Mrs. Bussey has been our favorite teacher. She loves her kids and her way of teaching is great. This year we had Mrs. Gatton and I still don't know what really make of way she grades them. Overall my son had a great report. Card and his fcat scores were great. The only downfall is I don't like the new principal. I do not feel she really understands military lifestyles and how it effects the kids like our last principal

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2011
My 3 children have attended Tinker for 3 years. I absolutely love this school. The teachers and staff truely care about the children and the school has a stong parent community. I am a firm believer in it taking a community to raise a child and Tinker has that environment. We are a military family and my children love that the other kids understand why mom or dad might be gone. I have had one class where one of my children did not work well with the teacher and brought the issue to the principal and Ms. Tao quickly fixed the issue and my son was placed in a better class fit for his learning personality. He is in the gifted program and they constantly challenge the children. Teachers are open to parent involvement which is always a plus. There are tons of activities throughout the year for families put on by the school. My children also attend Host and the staff there are also wonderful. Mr. Kevin takes good care of them all.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2011
Tinker is a wonderful school my son love it all his techears are great ( Miss Kain 1st grade, Miss Bussey 2nd and now Miss Miller 3rd... This is our last year here in this school and I have to say I'm gonna miss this school. They make u feel really welcome and the teachers really care about students... Definitely the best school so far

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2011
Both of my children have attended Tinker Elementary. My son for fourth and fifth grades and daughter for kindergarten through third grade. The teachers have been wonderful. In particular Mrs. Kain (first grade) and Mrs. Dunkel (fourth grade). They show genuine care and concern for the students. Mrs. Humenansky is the assistant principal and she is AMAZING! My daughter had a hard time when my son transferred to middle school. Mrs. Humenansky personally took responsibility for making my daughter feel comfortable during this difficult transition. In addition Mrs. Catts, the school counselor worked with my daughter to help her feel more independent and less afraid of being at school without her brother.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2011
Absolute disappointment when it comes to school management. The school administration has proven itself inadequate and somewhat surprised at the sudden influx of new students this year - the classrooms are bursting at the seems and the teachers are unable to handle the full load, so to speak, with patience. The cafeteria is out of control! The staff at the cafeteria is absolutely incapable of handling the noise and have no proper training as to how to handle the younger children. The food that is served is NOT what the menu online shows. The younger children are offered a la cart items with a lot of junk food in the selection. The kids do not have time to finish their lunch - the lines are long and the cashiers would rather chat with each other than help the kids go faster. I am shocked at the fact that our kids have an average of 7-10 min. to eat and they end up throwing most of it in the trash because they can't finish it. We even know of children who ended up going hungry and throwing away their entire lunches because "the janitor came for the trays". My advise - send your lunch from home! Or - to avoid the problem with the junk food temptation send exact change daily

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2011
I do not know this school ranks. While I am a parent I have heard nothing from them about my children

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2010
Love the teachers and the after school program! Wonderful school! The kids love it and we love all of the activities that are available to them.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2010
The school is a fair school. Although I feel it's greatest flaw is a total lack of organization, I do feel my children are safe. Seeing as how the school is located on the military base it is not accesible to the public. The teachers are pleased to be teaching in this school. We have 2 children currently enrolled. Our 2nd grader loves her male teacher our kindergartener is less thrilled with his female teacher but we are working on it. I will say the pick-up drop-off can be a little daunitng. Your best bet is always to park and retrieve your child by hand. Children are given a great deal of freedom to roam during school so I would reccomend a plan and course of action for issues that may occur in that area. All in all, a fair school. Not the most academic school but a safe environment.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2010
Great school. My son was here for kindergarten and 1is now in 1st grade. I love, love, love both teachers he had. Ms. G Bell and Ms. S Bell (yes they're related), are great teachers and my son loved them both. They are very approachable, and you can tell they genuinely care for their students. Though I've never had any personaly experience with the priniciple, she is tough, but she loves her students as well. I'll miss Tinker. The only reason my child won't be attending next year is because the school will be outside of my area. Thank you Tinker staff.

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May 02, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2010
Staff continually puts a good show on but our children's education is paying for it!!

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no rating April 22, 2010
Tinker Elementary is a fantastic school located on MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. My children have great memories of that little school!!! The teachers and staff are the best in Hillsborough county!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 19, 2010
My daughter started at Tinker about 2 monts ago. So far, I really like her teacher's methods of teaching, which is what counts. I can still tell you that I don't care with the people at the front office. I agree with a lot of previous reviews, they are rude, are not professional and seems like they do not care abou who is standing in front of them. I have met the principal on several occasion and so fat, I think she is great. So that's it...I just have a bad thing to say about the admin.

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2010
This school is the best that has happen to my son! I have found the principal to be supportive w/responsible parents and matters under her control. My son teachers are and have been responsive to the needs of the student and as a result my son has moved up the grades with no problem. Today, my son (eventhough he is in lower grade) he is reading and doing math work at the fifth grade level and he is very motivated. His disposition is the reflection of the school's environment and the high quality of teachers the schools has on-hand. The fact this school is inside of a military base gives me the peace of mind I could not get in any other school. The only observation I have is for the office staff to be more customer oriented and stay away from gestures to improve their bad repution. A parent

- submitted by a parent
March 21, 2010
This is an outstanding school to send your children to. This is a school of choice. Those parents who are complaining need to do us all a favor and find a new school! The principal is a great person. Very professional and supportive. She is very friendly and goes out of her way to know each parent in the school. The administrative team at Tinker needs to do some work that reflects the principal's leadership and caring attitude...

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November 16, 2009
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September 06, 2009
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July 27, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating May 12, 2009
I cannot let the negative review be the last one viewed on this site! The principal is an outstanding individual. Very professional and supportive. She is friendly and goes out of her way to know each and every child in the school. Those children are treated like her own. She is aware of their feelings and needs and goes out of her way to comfort them. The administrative team at Tinker is awesome. This is a wonderful school to send your children to. This is a school of choice. Those that are complaining need to do us all a favor and find a new school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 22, 2009
I am very disappointed with this school and it's principal and the teachers time and time again it has been shown this principal will uphold her teachers even when proven to be wrong let alone constantly ignored or disregarded unless you lose your temper and let it be known that you will take issues further then they only present a quick fix not taking care of the problem TOTAL DISAPPOINTMENT!

- submitted by a parent
March 30, 2009
Tinker is an excellent school. I have had 2 children in this school for the past 3 years. We commute in about 45 mintues from another county. Since I work on MacDill it is nice to have the children so close. Parents are always welcomed to come to the school for classroom visits, eat lunch with your child, volunteer, etc. The person who complain about not receiving a phone call back... why didn't you stop by the principals office? Although there is on secretary/admin lady that I do not care for, I do not let 1 person ruin this great schools and great teachers. Tinker is a great school with great teachers. My friends in my neighborhood complain of the school we are zoned to go to because of the large student/teacher ratio. At Tinker, we have had the good fortune of low student/teacher ratio as compared to other local school.

- submitted by a parent
March 23, 2009
I'm seeing all of these complaints from disgruntled parents and it amazes me that they continue to send their child to such a 'horrible' school. Why are they complaining when they can pull them and send them somewhere else? If it's that bad, get out. My children have attended the school for 3 years and I have never had an issue. If you want to speak to the teachers, they are available. They may not get back as quick as some may want but they do get back. As for admin and the front office, try dealing with parents who are upset all day. They are doing the best they can. As for communication about activities, etc., those go out quite often. Try checking your student's Wednesday folder or their backpack. Tinker has been an A rated school for 7 years for a reason...they get the job done!

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2009
This school is absolutely in dire need of improvement. I called the school three times and asked that the principal call me to hear solutions on some of the existing problems (safety issues) and I am still waiting on a call. The office staff lack professionalism and competency. You have to pull teeth for registration information and forms (when they can find them), don't have the number to transportation for newcomers, and when it rains they can't manage getting the bus positioned or even control traffic. The secretary has a nasty disposition, constantly rolls her eyes, and sighs when one makes a call or asks a question. Very little information is ever sent home concerning education or activities. What activities?

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating October 24, 2008
This school is an amazing school. My child is now in first grade and has had the same teacher in Kindergarten and now again in first. I think the teacher/parent communication is wonderful with an e-mail list serve, notes back and forth, newsletters, reminders, updates, etc. I feel like I am in the classroom and know what is going on when I can not be there. I would recommend this school and teacher to any parent.

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2008
If I could give it a '0' star rating, I would. Sounds like a repeat to other reviews, but they are right - communication is horrible, teachers/staff yell at the children, and asking for help from the administration doesn't get you anywhere. Very sad that this is the school experience that the children of our military families are being subjected to. Much improvement is needed to make this school truly an 'A' school.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2008
For this school being on a military base, it is not up to par. The school should be sensitive to the children and their needs; especially, with having deploying parents. They have horrible communication. We found out in kindergarten the reward system, when the kids get things right - they give them handfuls of candy and then wonder why they are all over the place. Our son has adhd and we feel have they have been single out by some teachers - we are disappointed with how you try to get help from the teachers and answers on homework and you get ignored. This is not the way and education system is suppose to be - more less on a military base. The board needs to come in and set structure and get teachers that care about students and their education.

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September 13, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2008
Tinker is an outstanding elementary school. With the adjustments and move into a brand new building, the teachers and administration have worked very hard to keep safety and instruction at its best. Parent involvement is crucial. It would be great if more parenst would be involved rather complain when issues arise. Tinker is GREAT!

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March 15, 2008
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January 31, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
no rating January 09, 2008
I think Tinker Elementary is a awesome school and the principal is super. they have helped all of my 3 boys grow and learn. I have one son who has alot of trouble and they keep up with his needs.I would recommend this school for all. It does have trouble with outside but i believe it is cause its in renovations!

- submitted by a parent
December 10, 2007
The principal needs much improvement, the administration is not professional at all. This school is a disappointment. Teachers need to worry about school studies. I hope next year they will be big changes.

- submitted by a parent
October 30, 2007
I am impressed with the achedemic program intended for my son's first grade. However, I am very dissappointed with the teacher follow up to concerns. The questions are asked and completly ignored. There is also very clear favoratisim amoung students and parents. My son requires extra attention, medicaly and educationaly, there has been no follow up to his needs. I am always chasing down answers about his education. They also have little outside recreational tools, no playground at all. The kids need things to do.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 01, 2007
The administration lacks leadership and follow through. Parents are given the run around regarding problems in the classroom. There is obvious favortism amoungst parents. When administration is approached, they tend to blow you off, by saying,'Give it sometime!' PLEASE!!! I want my son to feel safe at school. Tinker could be a great school...Perhaps a new adminstration is in order. I'm hoping to PCS soon and get away from here..

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2007
The teachers at this school are great but I feel the administration doesn't strive for excellence. She can be very frustrating. The school had a high turn over among the teachers this last year so there are many new teachers.

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August 21, 2007
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- submitted by a community member
June 30, 2007
My son has attended this school since Kindergarten and is now in the fourth grade. My daughter attended Tinker from first grade and now she is in middle school. I can't say enough positive things about Tinker. The school is undergoing renovations and will soon look as wonderful as the school really is! They do stress the FCAT, but what school doesn't in this area?! Reading is stressed also! I would recommend this school to anyone who PCS's to Macdill!

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May 22, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2007
We have not had a great experience with the school overall, between having to beg for any extra help for our daughter who has a learning delay and the mixed signals from teachers when we wish to come in and help! The school seems like it would be great but over the past two years we have had nothing but disappointments from the teachers and administration.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2006
My son has been going to Tinker for 4yrs and my daughter just started the pre-k. I always ask other parents for recomendations and then we'll request a teacher for the following year. Eversince it's been great. Oh, and I love the fact that they wear uniforms.

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August 21, 2006
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April 30, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2006
Tinker has been a dissapointment for my family. The Administration doesn't do a good job on following up with issues going on inside the classroom. The teachers you can either get a very good one or one that I wouldn't recommend. It is too bad that this school couldn't be focused better on our military children and the consistency that they need. The media specialist is awesome!

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2006
Tinker Elementary School is a small school. It is an old building. Teachers and office personnel are very good. There are so many extracurricular activities. It is a good alternative if you work or live on post at Macdill Airfoce Base.

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2006
This school has been a big disappointment. My children have attended this school for three years. Even though I love the teachers, the principal needs much improvement. More and more programs are being canceling and all the school's focus seem to be on the FCAT. To the point of stressing out the students. The welfare of the students is not top priority in this school. I will be moving my children to a different school at the end of the school year and would not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2006
Tinker school overall is an excellent school. My girls love the teachers and thr school programs are geared for them. The expectations from the staff and students are great. Like every school, Tinker has its problems. The PTO, which is the only PTO in this county, is very closed lipped and you can not get a straight answer from them. I have had better results with dealing with a PTA. The principal you can not get a straight answer at all from. The really bright star at Tinker would have to be the media specialist. Makes it Great

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2006
Parental involvement is about the only plus for Tinker. Favoritism is commonly displayed among students as well as parents. Several of the teachers leave something to desire due to the fact that they rarely teach. Busy work is a common task given by several of the teachers. There are a few teachers that are excellent, unfortunately my daughter has not been in their classes. The mission of Tinker states they will broaden a child's mind educationally as well as broaden social skills. How do you broaden social skills without activities outside the classroom?

- submitted by a parent
December 16, 2005
Excellent school. nice environment. Nice size class. Great location. After school program, cheap. very safe on base(macdill afb).

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September 20, 2005
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August 19, 2005
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- submitted by a teacher
July 28, 2005
Tinker Elementary has the best principle and vice principle that I have seen in any school. They both put their heart into their job and the children are very receptive.

- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2005
I think Tinker Elementary has a major lack of communication. It wasn't until I asked my daughters teacher how her behavior was in class, that I got an earfull. She had been talking, not following directins, and playing in line. If I had of known that before I would have made her stop. I still made her behave. I was just upset that it acutally took me asking before I was told about her behavior. The bad behavior had been going on for monthes. Now tell me that isn't a lack of communication.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2005
I have had two daughters attend Tinker Elementary and am sorry they are moving on to middle school. Cheryl Tyo, principal, has a sincere interest in the kids' education and it shows. The staff in the office is always helpful and considerate, even when, as a parent, I was not as organized and timely as I could have been. The 'gifted and talented' classes are wonderful, as are the standard classrooms we were involved in.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2004
Tinker Elementary located on MacDill AFB is great. My son has been attending Tinker for 4 years, since he was in 2nd grade. The ratio of students to teachers is perfect. One on one attention is readily available. They have chorus, violin and piano if your child is interested. The parents are all actively involved and the students are all very friendly. Making friends is easy. There are always smiling faces when you visit. The office gets to know you by name and are always available when you need them.

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August 26, 2003
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Tinker Elementary School
8207 Tinker Street, Tampa, FL  33621
(813) 840-2043
Last modified Tinker Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Tinker Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 70 reviews. Top