I just moved to the area and my review is based only on the office manager. She has been nothing but rude to me. She acts as if I am asking her to do a tremendous amount of work just to do her job and request the records from my kids previous school. I wanted my in school in boulder city because I heard the schools were so much better than las vegas but now I am not so sure. This lady obviously does not enjoy her job and should not be working with children.
Our daughter is having a wonderful kindergarten experience here. There is a new principal who seems to relate well to both the kids and teaching staff. Many parent volunteers and teachers who really care.
My son started school in Las Vegas through early childhood development , he had a great teacher for that but i was nervous about him attending school in Vegas. We luckily moved to Boulder City and he went to knider. here. Mrs. Richman was a great teacher and all the staff is friendly and helpful. he started first grade there today and I couldnt be happier that we moved here. the school is great!
This school appears to be one of the best on paper, and it probably is, but there are a lot of things that are covered up. A lot of parents have serious issues with the principal, and even have had meetings with CCSD to try to get her fired. Personally, she has helped me out more than some of the teachers. It's not a bad school, but I was expecting more.
In August of 2007 we relocated to Boulder City from the state of Illinois. I have been extremely pleased with all aspects of this school. Mrs. Coe is a wonderful kindergarten teacher. All staff in caring and they take pride in promoting discipline and structure. My daughter had a wonderful experience in kindergarten and many positive memories. I would highly recommend this school!!!!
As a child, I attended excellent elementary schools in Illinois, and then later moved to Washington state, where my schooling suffered, for several years afterward. I never saw the same quality in education I knew before until I sent my daughter to this school, (and subsequently to its sister school, Martha P. King Elementary). The teachers, along with the curriculum, were everything I hoped for my children to experience, and more. They really cared about the students, succeeded in maintaining great discipline, and also encouraged patriotism, which many schools these days sadly lack. It really deserves the great ratings it receives.