My daughter was late for school today, because I had some issues after work this morning. I called the school to tell them the issue, and that she was late due to it being my fault. For some backwards reason they are going to make my daughter pay for my mistake. What kind of example are we setting for these kids with policies like this? And for what? To make number? Fill quotas? Why must she be in trouble for something another person did? When is a parents word not good enough anymore? Apparently I need a PHD for them to give my word any credit? Terrible...Terrible policy...I feel like a bad father now for putting my daughter through this..must look for a better school...where a parents word is still creditable! Very good example of quota over kids in my opinion!
The classes may be boring or fun on days, but the teachers speak to you like you're friends. The students always joke around with each other to the point where they get in trouble for calling the teachers by their first name...
good school,i went there from 1966- 1970 mr.hogan ran the school then i was a cordingley then,i don't remember that many of my teachers thaat were there at the time & my grandparents lived 10 min.from the school then sue laplante (cordingley(
My daughter and I love the school because they care about the children learning, always achieving their best. My daughter is a straight A student. The principle and vice principle are great and they care about the students. Great leadership and discipline. Both my nieces who are now 18 and 19 years old attended the school and are now in college. Finally, they have great teachers who push their students to learn and never give up. They can achieve whatever they put their minds to with the help of their school system and parents,
This is my daughter's second year at the Daley. She love's it! The teachers are wonderful. She is also a straight A student and the teachers there continue to challenge her. I am just praying my son make it in next year!