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Fayetteville Elementary School5
Posted January 28, 2013
- a parent
We currently have two children who attend Fayetteville Elementary. As a military family with five children across the age spectrum and we have seen a wide variety of schools across the country. This school stands head and shoulders above any of the other 9 or ten schools we have been exposed to. From the newer facility to the awesome staff who man the halls each day. The principle is unsurpassed in her attention to detail to all things realetd to students. Her example is echoed by her staff in that every teacher is an example of leadership and professionalism you always hope for for your children. I would challenge any parent to observe this place of learning and compare it to any other grade school, public or private and judge for yourself. We have several years left to be associated with this school and even one last younger child that will get the honor of attending FE and, quite honestly, we cannot wait to see how him grow in this environment.
This is a great school! I went her 1983-1988. My kids now go to this school, The teachers are very good at giving every child individual attention. The school is very clean and well kept. They have projects called sidewalks and an outdoor lab that each grade takes part in maintaining. I would recommend this school to any parent in search of a place to educate their child!
5 STARS: Present Building. New building build in & opened in 2007, a little farther back, on the property, from the old two story brick, concrete, & steel building which I began, in 08/1962 & graduated from, on 05/18/1974. Children are offered a lot better education since then. There were no PCs.
this school was dirty and roach infested when my child attended here in 2000, i had to transfer them to a different school, in 2002 i sent them back seeing the school was then very clean and changed., this year it is not as clean as it had been last year and year before.
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