My son has been in kindergarten here and now is in first grade. I would say the selection of teachers is average like any school. Some good, some very impatient with young children. I don't like the fact that the young kids are involved in no performance or play type thing throughout the year. Not for the holidays or anything. Most of my 13 nieces and nephew's have nice things going on in there school for families to come and watch, especially during the holidays, but not this school. I also notice a high population of women who clearly do not have the right patience and attitude to be working with young children.
The kindergarten teachers are excellent and there were only 15 kids in my sons class. My son is an advanced reader and the teacher took a lot of one on one time with him to challenge him further so he was not bored in the classroom. The only negative I have found has been the office staff. They are not very friendly and I have noticed that anybody can walk into the school without checking into the office.
Our oldest went to Beck. All I can say is that it was a wonderful experience! The principal the the definition of leadership. We were not all all surprised when the Asst. Principal was named principal when Duncan opened. (She learned from a great one.) What our child most LOVED was how each teacher was a unique experience... and the teachers all seemed to feel appreciated by leadership for their great unique gifts. The kids see this... and I'd like to think this REAL respect for diversity helps them to also 'walk the talk'. This school is a Beacon for the entire district!!