August 25, 2015
This school needs robots not kids. Like someone else said in the reviews, if you don't have a perfect child than don't waste your time with this school and with all those long parent teacher meetings, where the blame is going to be in you (for not parenting best) and on your child, for he/she is not obedient at all.
The reason, why they got high test scores in fifth grade state tests because, if they find a kid who would need more help, they start mentally torture the kid and the parent up to to the point that parent would change the school. It happen with me and it happen with my neighbors.
All they need very obedient little robots who must follow the teacher's commands. Otherwise the poor child is in trouble.
Parents, my best advice to you is when your child come home with repeated complaints from the same teacher, please don't blame your child right away, rather, think outside the box and observe the teacher's behavior carefully. See if she is trying to compete your child as is he/she is of her age.
To this day, after 2 years of my son passing first grade from Ms xxx, I repent now that why did not I complaint to the county about his teacher's behavior towards him, that was discriminative, discouraging and rude!
As the youngest kid in his class room he had difficulty to write and read (though w=he was excellent with math and science), she would made him sit on the playground, during break time, in-front of kids who are playing right in-front him, and would ask him to finish his writing work. Is not it a mental torture? Than what it is? I talked to the principal who simply covered the teacher and repeatedly blame my child for poor behavior. Excuse me, he is only 6 years old (perhaps 60 years younger than you) and you want him to act and obey commands just like you.
Looks like neither Ms xx and nor Principal has ever taken child psychology classes during their teaching training.
- submitted by a parent