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Our experience at Liggett has been nothing but positive. Our daughter has made great progress in the year that she has been there and we look forward to the progress she will continue to make during her time there. The teachers are all very caring and truly love the children they work with. The speech pathologists and occupational therapitst eork very hard to see progress with thir students. The administration takes an active roll in knowing the students and caring for them and their progress. There are usually one to two paras in the room to help anywhere from 4 to 10 kids. They are very dedicated to thier eork with the kids and I have never seen anything to make me think otherwise. As for a the parent being upset about not being able to walk directy into thier child's classroom but having to stop a check in the office- this is for the safety of all of the children as well as your safety. If schools just let any adult walk in with out being checked in, our children would constantly be in danger. If there was an eamergency such as a tornado hitting the building, you would want search and rescuer teams to be able to know that you were in the building to help you.



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It's sad that the teachers seem to do wrong when it comes to the kids who can't defend themself or speak out, It's not right that i have to go through the office if i want to go and see my child and they say you can do a suprise check on them, when really you can't they will inform the teacher you are coming they just wait till your out of the office and it's hard to believe they have a set schedule when they change there diapers so at 930am your child is not dirty and at 1015 they are dirty the child has to wait till 12-or 1pm to get changed only when the teacher can get to them even though there is 3-4 aides in the class room, It is just a sad situation, staff don't believe the parent they believe the teacher only because the child can't tell them what happened and they know this that the kids can't speak up.

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Last modified Liggett Trail Education Center is a Public school that serves grades PK-12
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