The staff is disrespectful and the pray on each other and new teacher and if they don't like them they will then plot on how to get you fired.. They allow threatening statements from teachers to kids, they allow the teachers to use unappreciated language.. If you seem you will be a problem for them they then begin to pick at you one by one.. They then single out your child... Ignore all your complaints ..Feed the kids uncooked food..
I know of other mothers who are in similar situations....And we shouldn't have to give out kids the run around jumping school to school and that affects them... We want better teacher or better options....
This is so true ....I agree
I don't see homework from my 7th grader little to none and my 4th grade has a little and my kindergarten bring home a packet on Thursdays which is just print off LS of booklets from Dollar Tree and she finishes the same day..
Mr. JR, the most well respected man in the school pit his health and life on the line to assist me and many others in every way... He took the time understand my problem and try and found a solution right away.... Hard working and would drop what he was doing to tend to you asap... Could read you from they look on your face and would recognized when it could be or maybe a issue that day and would address it before you can get in the school.... Always on point... He's the best!
Thanks a lot!!
Brookside is a very bad school...They don't teach you good,when my daughter went to a school named hartman,She had straight A's but now at Brookside she has mostly Basics and perfishant. Brooksode is the worst school in the world,The teachers are very rude and so are the principles,So I recommend everyone not going to Brookside. Its a horrible school
It is true that Brookside has been through a large growth period with unintended effects--both positive and negative. I feel that the school is back on track and headed for a bright future. Along with the 11.5 million dollar expansion, Brookside Charter students are now allowed (along with Academie Lafayette students) to attend University Academy for high school. This is another public charter option that has been a Newsweek Top 25 High School for four years.