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18808 Waring Station Rd
Germantown, MD 20874

(301) 601-0344
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October 27, 2014
I would like to preface this by stating I am an 8th grade student in the Humanities & Communications Magnet Program. RCMS has some great faculty members, and I have had a tremendous and amazing education from most of my teachers, who put their full heart into their classes.However, the reason that I took off three stars was because of several reasons: General ineptitutude and a toxic learning enviroment, however I will only focus on the first due to the char. limit. I have recently gotten out of a week long trip from New York City as part of a media documentary project. However, one of my hotel roomates, let's call him Ben, was very rowdy during the trip, and ended up punching me in the face and chipping my tooth. I spoke to one of my magnet coordinators about this after we got back, and he said that Ben was "playing" and I shouldn't worry about it, so nothing happened of it except Ben got one after school detention; for comparison, someone was recently suspended for a week for wearing a red bandana in their back pocket. The coordinator has a record of covering up incidents if they would mean a blemish on his record, as this New York Trip is a big enrollment factor for Roberto.

- submitted by a community member
August 19, 2014
I 100 percent love this school. It's my third year going here and so far, everything's been great. Most of the staff is just amazing and respectful to the students who respect them. Lunches are great, though lines are long. The music program is the only one in Montgomery County to have JamHub studios (search them up! they're really cool!) and a Rock Band. The students go on amazing field trips, like Hershey Park, The Rock Hall of Fame in Ohio, New York, Boston, some even get to to Europe! Overall, I reccommend this school to anyone who wants to go. And for even more help deciding, check out the programs and culture section. It lists everything that this school has to offer. Which is a lot more than other schools.

- submitted by a community member
April 11, 2014
It is so refreshing to have my child go to a school with an administrator that actually cares about the kids. Mr. Beidleman is a breath of fresh air! He has made my son actually enjoy going to school. The discipline has improved tremendously over the past few years. Its hard to find a school in MCPS where its not all about the politics. Its time for MCPS to undertsand that the children come first!

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2014
I've been going to Roberto Clemente for the past three years in the normal program. I didn't get in to the Humanities program, and that lowered my interest to strive for anything higher. I'm still in advanced classes, but I don't think it's fair to dismiss the enitrety of the normal school population because we're not in a program. I've heard magnet kids say things like "all normies are rude and loud," but it could not be more untrue to generalize people like that. The magnet kids definetely get to go on more field trips than the normal population, and they excuse it by saying they work harder than we do, but the problem with that is we're not getting the chance to! In my experience, not being part of a program makes me feel dumb and less than the kids part of the programs. It makes me believe that no matter how hard I try in school, it still won't be as good as the magnet kids. We all have our strengths and weaknesses. All of the students in our school are talented in different areas of the things we learn. Our school does not aknowledge that enough. Instead it puts the kids that are labeled as intelligent on a pedestal and leaves the rest of not wanting to learn at all.

- submitted by a community member
January 22, 2014
This school is a great example of why MCPS is an EXCELLENT choice for public schools in the area. I've found the academic programs here to be extremely successful in preparing students for High School!

- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2014
This school has shifted for the better within the last year itself. I can highly recommend the staff and learning environment based on what my two kids have experienced. I am confident they are prepared for what comes ahead in H.S.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2014
This school is completely unsatisfactory. The magnet program is the only perk in this school but even then, my son is in the magnet program and he comes home every day saying he is bullied for being a "nerd" and white. Horrible administration and teaching except for the program.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2014
This school has shifted gears for the better within the last 2 years. Amazing teachers and proven leadership has done wonders for my child. I finally feel that she is enjoying her classes and excelling in math and science. I am very pleased with the quality of education and support here.

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2014
Just this year has RCMS gotten in ship shape. The classes and attention to students progress is where it needs to be. I have no qualms about sending my girls there anymore. We'll done teachers!

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2013
I taught at RCMS from 2007-2011 after a few years of teaching experience and getting my Masters degree. My first year of teaching there in 2007 was the WORST YEAR OF MY LIFE. I mean that when I say it. The worst. I left work crying almost every day. The students were extremely disrespectful, violent, and intimidating. I worked 60 to 70 hours a week just to keep up with the demands of the job and the administrative formal observations. I stuck with it because I actually cared about making a difference with these students & it got a lot better my 2nd year, as the school was improving greatly with a fantastic principal and I was learning how to better relate to my students. When the new principal took over in 2010, it got worse again. My morale, as well as the morale of other teachers, went down as the school atmosphere declined. The principal pretended to be friendly and caring, but wasn't. I stuck it out for 2 years with that principal, as I saw student behavior decline and become more like it was in 2007. At the end of the 2011 school year, I went on maternity leave and decided to take a few years of extended leave. When I return to teaching, I will interview elsewhere in MCPS.

- submitted by a teacher
November 06, 2013
Alright, so this school is half decent. Not bad, not good. The teachers are okay in general. The students are okay in general. Except for a lot of the non-magnet students, who behave quite poorly. Some magnet kids, even, have below average behavior. The administration is the worst thing about the school. Some administrators don't give a cow about bad behavior, while some go... a little overboard. This school offers a decent education, but there are definitely better schools out there. Also, the claims that magnet kids are "offensive" is quite silly. There is only offense when you find it in something, and it is not anyone's fault but you if you are offended by something. Just my two cents.

- submitted by a community member
August 14, 2013
If no stars were and option I would have chosen no stars. I am disappointed with the administrators and the school. Removed my child after several incidents. Heart breaking to see the only kids that get into the magnet programs are kids from better school zones. The kids who live in the neighborhood are not given the same opportunities. This school has two different schools in one. Only magnet kids were allowed to meet Roberto Clemente's son when he came to visit the school. I was disappointed with lack or response from teachers when contacting via phone and/or email. Treated as nuisance when questioning the teacher and curriculum. Avoid school if at all possible, they absolutely hate parents who are involved they hate squeaky wheels and will try to make you and your child be the problem if you speak up!

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2013
id have to say going to RCMS has really formed me into a better person not to metion there amazing music program and im really glad to say i go to this school even though it has its ups and downs. i think somepeople just think about all the fights at RCMS and not all of the positive things about this school.

- submitted by a community member
June 01, 2013
I go to the school in the Magnet program and I have to say I don't like it at all. There are many teachers who are not compassionate of student problems, and force everything regardless if the student is able to complete it. The support staff is very rude: Once I tripped over the leg of a chair and a staff member yelled at me for 2 minutes, calling me "stupid", "clumsy", and "moronic", among other things. However, I think one of the worst parts is the community. There are a lot of fights and teachers turn a blind eye to them. The "cool" people strut around the school thinking they own the place, pushing away anyone who gets in their way. There are also many scantily clad girls, and many boys have their pants halfway down their legs. (Not sure if that's "cool" or something.) If you must go to this school, I would strongly advise you to bring your own lunch. I'm not sure if the cafeteria situation is the same as other schools, but in my opinion, it's awful. Lines take up half of the lunch period so a lot of people don't have time to finish their lunch, and when they do get it, it's unappetizing and dry. Overall, I would NOT recommend this school.

- submitted by a community member
February 20, 2013
I am student at RCMS and I like this school. I made many new friends easily but there are always the some people who always cause trouble. I like my teachers in general, but I have seen some teachers who I think that just don't have the feeling to teach and are really hard to learn from. Why I gave it 3/5 is all though it has great students and all, some actually can be aggressive. Everyone I know, saw at least one fight before. I already saw one in my first month. Also, when the bell rings to dismiss students, it is like a mob. There is at least 50 people charging up the stairs and you keep getting pushed. I have seen teachers focused and interested on the topic they are teaching, but some are just bored and don't look like they know what they're doing. Some great things about this school are the library and the gym (including outside), the library has outstanding new books that everyone wants, and many info. The two librarians are very nice, and make sure that all books are neat and no one is ruining them. We have high tech gear such as a new Promethean board, which is now HD! Their is at least two computers in every class room so that is also good. Good school, but can improve

- submitted by a community member
November 20, 2012
I do not know what to give this school for a rating. I am an 8th grader in the Humanities program. I LOOOVEEE the Humanities Program and I have a GREAT family there and I never want to leave the other Humanidorks. The Humanities program has great teachers and great students. Some people have commented that the Humanities program is catered too much. NOT TRUE. None of the administrators/gym teachers/non-magnet teachers pay attention to us. We barely get NYC, and that's the highlight of our year. People complain that the Humanidorks get better teachers and field trips than other students. THAT'S BECAUSE WE USE THOSE TEACHERS AND FIELD TRIPS TO THE UTMOST ABILITY! THIS IS OUR REWARD FOR WORKING HARD AND STUDYING AND LIKING TO BE ACADEMICALLY CHALLENGED. The Humanities program gets 10/5 stars. The school outside the programs though, gets a 0/5 stars. It's absolutely dreadful. Fights occur daily, curse words are used more than the word "the", and just the school atmosphere and students ARE HORRIBLE. so I give it a 3.

- submitted by a community member
June 11, 2012
RCMS has an amazing diverse community. However many in the leadership and staff are stuck in old models of both leading and teaching. The materials are outdated and unispiring. Many of the teachers have no interest in inspiring learning - it is learn this, take the test and move on. Special education in this school is poorly managed. The teachers are wonderful but many support staff are disinterested in their jobs and lack compassion for the children. There is little to no "inclusion" and the attitiude of non sped kids is poor towards the sped children. Communication from the school to families is poor. The counseling office has never been able to help me, they have always neede to "check" on answers to my questions. The PTSA is hardly existent and the "magnet" student families are eliteist and seperatist in their attitudes toward the rest of the population. They are also catered too. This school needs a total re vamping in staff and attitude.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2012
U SEE? I NO SPEAK ENGLISH AND GET BEAT UP MUCH VERY AT THIS SCHOOL. I GET BULLY BY MANY KID AND IT NOT VERY FUN. I DO NO LIKE THIS SCHOOL!

- submitted by a community member
April 26, 2012
I never quite know how respond when asked to rate this school. From my point of view, I love this school and will give it five stars. But if you were judging based on the number of fights, or the grades, or the number of suspensions, you would have to give it a 2.5 or a 3. But I do not grade my school based on how many fights it has a week. I base it on how much I want to come to it in the morning. I am an 8th grader in the humanities program and will be so sad when I have to leave all my friends at the end of the year. Because they are more than just friends, we are the humanities family. But families have their problems, so I feel that the staff and student body of RCMS is a family. I see problems all the time, every single day, but what can you expect? I give it 4 stars because yes there are negative, but the positives should count too.

- submitted by a community member
April 25, 2012
I have attended Roberto Clemente for the past two years, and currently attend this year in the Humanities Program. I know there has been a history of violence, but personally, I believe conflict at this school is easily avoidable and those who do partake are punished and face consequences. It may be the fact that I am a student enrolled in the Humanities program, but I have had a wonderful experience with teachers and have received excellent help. Addressing language and behavior, sure are school is not the best, but it is not the only one in which people curse or are loud in the hallways. Once again, being a first hand witness, I have to respond to the discipline comments because whenever I do see kids wildly misbehaving, they are always punished, in either lunch reflections, after school detention and even suspension and expulsion. I think the negativity or positiveness of this school is mainly based off experience, and apart from a few students, I have seen many people love and make the best of it. Personally, I do not look forward to leaving this school and I advise students to make the best of their time at Roberto Clemente.

- submitted by a community member
April 25, 2012
As a student at Roberto Clemente Middle School, I have seen first hand what goes on at the school. To be honest, bad things do happen here. Profanity can be heard constantly throughout the day and fights do occur quite often. However, it is always the same students and as long as your child keeps his or her distance from them. I am in the Humanities Magnet Program and am generally well-liked. This is because there are great teachers and great students despite the bad reputation the school has. So, if you are planning to send your child to RCMS, I would implore you to consider these two things. First, is my child aware and mature enough to respond to the poor habits exhibited by the "bad" crowd. And B, if so, make sure your child applies to the Gifted and Talented Magnet Programs where they will be grouped with other well-behaved, ready to learn kids. The education the Magnet Programs give outweighed the bad influences for me personally. But make sure your child is emotionally and mentally ready for a "new" experience.

- submitted by a community member
March 10, 2012
This school spiraled downward when the new principal came in after the one who won 'Principal of the Year.' The teachers don't care if there are students who repeatedly skip classes and run down the hallways, screaming profanities over and over again. The students who come out of this middle school are rude, arrogant, and disrespectful because there are no teachers who actually care about the students' future left in that school. It's terrible, and I'm glad that I'm in high school now. I am never going back there again. I only hope that my little brother doesn't get sucked into Clemente's black hole of horror.

- submitted by a community member
October 11, 2011
I am a humanities student in this school and I have to say that there are many problems with this school. Every year since the new principal, teachers are changing the rules and how they do things which confuses a lot of us. 6th grade was PRIDE, 7th is SOAR, and now, 8th is SOAR with PRIDE. Lunches are far from healthy and there are too many fights in the hallways and classrooms. I agree with the other Humanities student that the Center program is not a part of this and that a majority of the students from outside the program are the ones that makes my opinion so negative. I don't mean to sound offensive to other parents and of course there are students who are respectful and responsible but there isn't a day where I can walk through hallways or classes without hearing swear words, disrespectful behavior to students and teachers and a student touching another student.

- submitted by a community member
August 24, 2011
I Just Finshed the 7th grade there there is alot of fights. some teachers you cant under stand . so teachers kids are really scared of . Teachers over all kids dislike. Mosst Teachers are RUDE nd Call kids name.(losers) and stuff like that . The councelers do NOT fix the problms between the kids.... they just make it wores. the school has alot of new rules since we got a new staff and i dont like the rules . and it really seems like since those rule were told to us there has been more fights and bad stuff . the staff is really rude over all . i would not recomen this school to anyone

- submitted by a community member
July 28, 2011
When I finished the 7th grade at RCMS, the school was coming out of its best year yet, with violence at a low and noticeable progress in the school's academics. I attribute this to the formation of all-magnet classes, which eliminated most sources of conflict and allowed separate classes to proceed at appropriate, more individualized paces. This has changed with the introduction of the new principal. Through a persistent problem before, students increased their frequency of screaming obscenities and anti-semitic slurs. Discipline falls at the wrong ends of the spectrum; gym teachers allow frequent physical abuse to go unpunished, while other teachers give Saturday detention for even the slightest utterance. Fistfights are common and draw large, cheering crowds. Perhaps the best testament to the quality of education at this school is the grammar of those reviewing this school positively; I encourage any prospective student to read the positive comments so as to familiarize themselves with the improper English spoken by both students and staff alike. In short, though a once a refuge for gifted students, the school has become an example of mediocrity dominating the educational system.

- submitted by a community member
April 22, 2011
I agree with parent opinion here that 'magnet students' talk about other students - it's offensive. Best is the diversity at this school. My sixth grader complained he wasted a whole year in math and science because it was repetition of curriculum from third and fourth grades. School must be willing to transition more AP students to magnet programs if need be.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2011
this is a okay school. students are okay. but the teachers and the staff they showed true colors. they don't care about u only your education. they are rude and inconsiderate. i am ashamed and mad.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2010
Our son has been attending RCMS since 7th grade. The school is a little too big for comfort but it is well organized. Teachers are very attentive to the students' needs and immediately respond if contacted. The student body is very diverse and, of course there are some students that I would not like my son to associate with. Nevertheless, the majority of kids is fine. I however do take offense with the way some "Magnet Students" talk about the rest of the students on this site and sometimes in school. Our son attends all Honors classes so he is in the very same classes these kids are taking. He did not apply for one of the Magnet Programs since we do not believe in Middle School gifted programs and the statements of the so-called highly gifted students seem to prove us right.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2010
A principal transition bodes bad news for thie school. The previous principal was named Principal of the Year for the state of Maryland - he moved on to a admin job and the new principal is not getting the job done. Discipline is down, teacher morale is down - a bad spiral is beginning. The magnet programs are invite only from all over the county, moving into the school district will not neccessarily get your child in these programs. Watch for this school to decline in the next few years, it has already begun.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2010
I am a student in the Humanities program at this school. There are many problems with this Middle School. You cannot walk through the hallways without hearing long strings of profanities, the teachers are entirely too lenient, and the food, although delicious, has no health to it's name. I know some reviews of this school, however, were angry and frustrated at the state of the school, and I disagree with that. The reason? It is mostly the student's fault. The children at this middle school are rowdy, disrespectful, and it is shameful for me to be considered a part of the 7th grade. The Center Program is not part of this, and I am sure a lot of the students do not take part in the idiotic behavior of their peers, but this has to stop.

- submitted by a student
no rating December 29, 2009
roberto clemente school is awsome. it has cooler food then germantown elementary. they have colored lockers every year. if you are in chorus you get to go on a field trip. in 6th grade you go to out door ed, and it is really fun

- submitted by a student
August 31, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2009
Of course we know its not high school! But they have extra activities for the students . And actually you have NO IDEA how much money they spend on the students last year they had Scooter Smith which his producer is chris brown come in there! And they have a carnival too . Actually the parent doesnt need to always talk to the teachers the teachers talk to the parent like if the student is having problems . And the school EVEN emails the parents about upcoming events . I have never tasted expired food there nor have heard of it maybe its just your sons weird taste buds . Because i know lots of other kids going there and i checked the food and its in pretty good condition actually . so NOBODY would no if the food was expired unless they saw something green unless it was maybe lettuce

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2009
I have been going to RCMS since 6th grade. I'm in the Humanities program here and it is absolutly life changing. I have the most amazing friends, who I know would be there for me in a heart beat. My teachers are great too and really relate to you personally. The kids are really smart too, and mostly dedicated to school, sports, and extra curriculars. I know that I'll walk away as a changed person. This school is one of the greatest things to ever happen to me. You really have to go here to understand the sense of togetherness and strength that we feel together. I really just love this school. It's amazing. I love this school.

- submitted by a student
January 21, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2008
I go to Roberto Clemente Middle School and it's awesome. The principal is nice, and most of the teachers are helpful. The kids are sometimes a bit rowdy, but hey it's a middleschool every school's the same. We're doing pretty advanced work and it's just awesome here

- submitted by a student
September 15, 2008
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- submitted by a student
July 19, 2008
I have had a child in this school for the past three years. I was amazed when I saw the ratings on our school. My child has had an amazing experience at Roberto Clemente Middle School. It is one of the largest schools in Montgomery County, and it runs seamlessly. The principal is fantastic, and there is definately a sense of pride at the school. Teachers have been responsive, in general. I have never seen so many activities offered at a school. My son has grown academically and socially. I'd recommend this school to anyone without reservation!

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May 04, 2008
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April 17, 2008
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April 12, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 17, 2008
The kids are undisciplined, the bus driver ignores kids being bullied asking for help, there is no heat in some of the classrooms and the lunchroom serves expired food! Not just once, but at least 4 times in the short time frame I allowed my son to buy lunch. Now he packs, but I'm going to do everything I can to get him transferred. Oh, and there is no communication with the teachers unless the parent initiates a conversation first. This is not high school! They need to talk to the parents more.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2008
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September 27, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
no rating July 23, 2007
Communicaion has improved alot over the past two years. We now get a weekly broadcasted phone call on Sundays to let us know what is going on for the coming week. Also if we get these call if anything emergency has come up or a new event. Also the teacher are all avalilable via email and respond quietly. Thanks !

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 05, 2007
I have two children enrolled in Clemente from this past school year. We transferred in from another Maryland counties' school system and are throughly pleased at the transistion that our children have made. This is a much better school system and our children are happier! We made such a good choice! Thanks, Clemente!

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2007
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- submitted by a student
March 01, 2007
I'm a student at RCMS and I hate to have such bad school spirit, but our school is awful. There are fights in the halls, there is a lot of cussing (even during class to a teacher's face), and many teachers are just too lenient. I am a Center student, and I am surprised that the Upcounty Center is held in this school. Fortunately, I have teachers that are passionate about their job and care about their students. Our principal is working hard to improve the school, as it was even worse before he came here, but there is still a lot of work to be done.

- submitted by a student
February 28, 2007
There are few teachers that actually care about the students. I feel sorry for the good teachers because they get such little respect. RCMS has two magnet programs, the Math/Science and the Humanities/Communications. The Center teachers are polite and answer your phone calls.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2007
This school is a mess. Fights erupt on a daily basis. Just last week my child said someone arbitrarily threw a notebook in class and hit a girl in the nose. I went to a basketball game there and could not believe the cursing from these kids. Apparently, it's acceptable, as no corrective action was taken. Communication with teachers and the principal is a huge problem. Emails and phone call messages are unanswered. The office staff is openly rude. Academically, I have never seen anything like this school...suffice it to say, if you have any choice at all, do not send your child to Roberto Clemente Middle School.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2006
After attending the first parent teacher conference for my sixth grader, I didn't want to send him back to this school ever again. I didn't get the sense that any of the teachers gathered around the table cared about him or had his best interest in mind. We were given a litney of all his problems in a very clinical, matter of fact way - almost with malice and clearly to justify the failing grades. I realized that to be successful with this group, he had to 'learn to their teaching' because they are not teaching to his learning. It was one of the most devastating experiences of my life. Not only for his failing grades, but that not one of his teachers had solutions or showed any interest in helping him. He had already been written off. We were advised to seek outside assistance to help him.

- submitted by a parent
July 05, 2006
After only one year at RCMS, I am astounded at the schools lack of communication and the rudeness of administration and teaching staff. New principal this year has made some minor adjustments but overall he has much work to do to even come close to what the school needs. It is a crying shame that a school system (Montgomery County) as wealthy as it is, can not provide better staffing and a better environment for our children. In all reality, I would leave the school before the hat fell on the floor, if I had an option at all. It is with great hope the school will be better. I cannot bear another year with the teachers and staff not caring about the students well being.

- submitted by a parent
June 07, 2006
RCMS has had a run of bad years. The 2005-6 school year was the first for the current principal. The former principal left a mess and the current principal has a lot of work to do to get the school on track. I belive the school has a few good teachers, some well meaning adults who care about the fate of teh children in their charge. However, by and large the teachers do not make efforts to follow up with or communicate with the parents. The general rule of thumb seems to be 'I work a 7 hour day, do the bare minimal and leave'. RCMS seems to be out of control, the parents don't care and leadership can't handle it.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2006
This school needs alot of help to better the community

- submitted by a student
May 19, 2006
The discipline at this school is a real problem, not only for the students, but the entire staff as well. The administrative staff is uncooperative, remote, and rude. Only after the principal is informed will the staff offer any level of cooperation. Teachers routinely do not answer emails, only after several attemps and after alerting the principal to the problem are they answered. Phone calls? I can't get a teacher during the day, and at the stroke of 3, none are available. There are fights among the students on a routine basis. The school's expectations for the students academically are non-existent. Mediocore work, (by my RCMS student's own admission) receives A's.

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October 02, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2005
I have not been particularly impressed with Roberto Clemente in these last three years. I do not feel like the office staff and principal have the children's best interest at heart. Of the different situations I have encountered, all staff problems, I did not feel like the school handled these situations fairly and felt like they were not interested in my child, only keeping the staff person happy. The fact that there is only one entrance and exit to the school is also a hassle in the morning leaving parents making illegal U-turns in the middle of the road putting oncoming traffic and students walking in danger. To this day I have yet to see the school make an effort to do anything about this, however the teachers are quick to give the student a late notice for being stuck in this chaos.

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May 16, 2005
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Roberto W. Clemente Middle School
18808 Waring Station Rd, Germantown, MD  20874
(301) 601-0344
Last modified Roberto W. Clemente Middle School is a Public school that serves grades 6-8. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Roberto W. Clemente Middle School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 59 reviews. Top