the staff, teachers, faculty and other members of this public school are very immature. From what I have seen they put their own concerns in front of the students concerns. The school rating, test scores, attendance etc. The children that attend here are treated like dirt on the bottom of our shoe.
if you get caught with gum in your mouth they try to force the students to scrap pre chewed gum from sidewalks, desk and anywhere they can find gum. This is absolutely disgusting
I think this is a great school. The teachers, principal and all faculty are friendly and very caring. They work hard to teach these kids and the effort shows. They also have the best band program around thanks to an extremely dedicated band director. This is my sons second year here and I am proud that he attends this school.
This is our first year at Hebron. My son is in 7th grade and my daughter is in 6th. I had them transferred from BLMS so they would have a better chance at learning. We tried to get them into Eastside, but it was full. I will admit that getting them into Hebron was a better choice. Principal Barbagallo is one of the best we have worked with. Hopefully our kids will be able to finish their whole Jr High learning experience at Hebron.
I go to Hebron and the school is clean and the school has nice things I just wish they would let students and teachers have more one-on-one time with the kids I have trouble with my grades cause Im not understanding some of the things they teach.
My daughter goes to Hebron Middle School and is always happy and likes the teachers and says that everyone (including the teachers) are nice and this is her last yr. there and she has been there since the 6th grade and has said the same thing since her first day at Hebron Middle School!!!!
This school is very pleasing to our family. They give great improvements.
I am in my second year at Hebron which is almost over. Next year i will be going to Zoneton and i am so happy. the teachers at hebron are more concerned about theirselves than anything. They definitly need to get over this and the school needs a major improvement in all areas. Also the only thing they worry about is CATS testing and they always yell at us because the scores are low. my family and i are very dissatisfied.
I just completed my third year at Hebron and I have to say that I am very displeased. I felt I was taught around the cats testing which was a complete waist of time. I liked most of the teachers but hated the fact that they were more concerned with or 'uniform violations' than how much time we spent learning in the classroom. I have been and honor roll student all of my life and work comes easy for me but I never felt as if I were able to live up to me full potiental. I simply was not challenged. I'm glad to learn that I am not the only one who feels this way.
I am also dissatisfied with Hebron. I don't see why they have a dress code or discipline plan. some students are treated differently by being allowed to wear different clothing because of sports teams etc. and those kids like to rub it in other kids faces which is no different from a school without uniforms. I thought the purpose of uniforms was so all students would be treated the same to cut down on bullying but at this school they don't do that. also some kids get into trouble and use bad language and because they have a parent that is a volunteer their kid is let off the hook with no discipline so their kid can bully and do anything they want because they know Mom will bail them out and this is dead wrong. If there are rules they should be the same for everyone.
I am very dissatisfied with the 'Hebron system'. Teacher are more concerned about dress code than they are about students well being. They have adapted in my opinion a no exception rule to everything. My child has been humilated and embarrassed by his teachers in front of his classmates. This school's teachers are out of control.
I have had one child go through this Hebron middle and I now have another in this school. The focus in the school is not the children! The kids have issues that are not addressed properly: over crowded, not enough room in lockers, not enough time between classes, to much homework teachers do not concider the kids have 5 or 6 other classes ans teachers and all give homework, at times kids have over welming amounts. These are just some of my opinions.
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