Coming from a different state's school system, I don't see here the enrichment type classes I am used to. There is very little, if any, music, art, sports and extracurricular activities.
When I moved to the neighborhood, I saw that Claywell was an A school for many years, so, I was comfortable enrolling my son. However, I was soon disappointed with all aspects of his education, from academics, to PE and arts program (which is almost non-existent). I watch a few classes over the past 2 years, and what I saw were most yelling. This gave me a very bad impression of the teachers. I have kept some of my elementary school work, and by comparison with my son s, he is far behind me. In forth grade I was learning long division and my son still having trouble with subtractions. I am a mathematician and his father is an engineer, so I think my son could do if Claywell was a better school.
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