The teachers and leaders at Pride have created a caring family away from home for each student. They lead with love and words of affirmation. Our "gifted" daughter receives a tailored educational experience every day. It's remarkable! They truly live out the district motto: "Every child. Every effort. Every day."
My son has enjoyed Pride Elementary from K - 4. The principal and staff show genuine care and devotion to every child. I am convinced his academic experience is on par with the best elementary schools in Kentucky. Because of the location and mixture of ethnic backgrouds of the student population he is also receiving a cultural education as well. Parents are encouraged to participate in variousl activities giving Pride a feeling a small private school. (without the fees) We are looking forward to the final year for our son and will miss the school very much when we have to move on.
I think that my child gets the absolute BEST care at Pride. She loves it. She was scared but all the nice teachers helped her feel closer to her friends. I just want to say that this is a very great school. ;)
I feel the over all assestment of the students from the teacher is clearly wrong and that they try to easy road to learning. Under assessing and not paying attention to detail is the key to why our kids that go to pride is not getting the education that they deserve. Futhuremore, I am not taking away the rosposiability of the parent / parents but when my kids leave my house for 8 hrs out the day I want them to get the most out of there day. Not learn how to play a different game everyday.