I've had all 3 of my kids go through Rush Creek and they've all loved it. Excellent teachers, very helpful office staff, great parent involvement. One of my children needed extra medical help and the nurse and staff were amazing. The school is getting a new principle in 2015/16 year and we hope the quality of education and the friendly atmosphere stays the same.
Rush Creek Elementary does a terrific job with the students. Very engaging with the parents and community. great school, great people, and it was a great choice to send our son to this school for kindergarten.
I teach at Rush Creek Elementary. It is a high performing school where all of the staff is 100% dedicated to doing what is best for kids. The staff is easy to approach about any topic and all really seem happy to be there working with their students.
My child flourished at this school and has lasting friendships with his classmates who still attend this school, but I removed him from this school because it teaches messages of racial inferiority without a second thought. When his second grade teachers showed video footage of dark skinned people being attacked by dogs, guns, bats, and water hoses, I knew it was time to remove him from this school. Because of this video, and a video showing light skinned children stating "I hate black people", my child spent Martin Luther King weekend of 2012 crying and in fear that the things shown in those videos could happen to him. Then later in that calendar year, my child learned in a lesson on the Olympics that "Marion Jones went to prison for putting drugs in her body", yet he couldn't tell us who Jesse Owens, Flo Jo, Michael Johnson, Carl Lewis, etc. are. Isn't it interesting that the one Olympic athlete of color about whom he learned is associated by this school with negativity? This is subtly teaching that dark skinned people are bad and inferior. Though we had a great first grade teacher here, Rush Creek overall is a huge disappointment regardless of how high its test scores may be.