Although the teachers are not bad, as a parent of a minority child, I am seeing a recurring trend in reading disabilities that are not addressed. My daughter received extra hands-on help in her previous school district because of difficulty associated with reading comprehension. Here, they stick your child in a lower reading level group and try to indulge their mids in below-par reading material. I think the parents need to be more involved with reading selection materials; if the subject matter is not interesting, our children will not be stimulated or excited about reading!
This school has the reputation of being 'the best around.' However, I am disappointed. My children are very smart, but any time something goes wrong, I am blamed. They do not work with parents there. They have no ability to accept constructive criticism. I have seen no evidence of professional growth. All they want to hear is how great they are and how great the teachers are, but I have not seen this greatness. Although the teachers are not bad.