What ever happened to no child left behind? My husband is very ill, bed ridden to be exact, I have four children. I am the only one that works. I get home to help all of them with their homework around 6:00 at night. These teachers have the gumption to say that I refuse to help my child with their homwork!!! we stay up till 9:00 at night to satisfy these so called teachers. Now I got a threatening letter from someone with no name listed saying that my child will be removed from the class that is helping him with his reading. They had said that I refuse to help him with his homework. I do not refuse to help my child with their homwork, who would ever do that. He gets his homework done as he is supposed to. This is not right. So my child is having a hard time learning how to read and now you are removing him from his special class? Insane, what kind of teachers or administration is this if they are refusing to help children?
My daughter just started 1st grade at Hinman 3 weeks ago. I was happy with the way her teacher was very informative regarding all her work and what her classroom procedures are. This week my daughter had an incident with another student and I sent a letter to her teacher. The same afternoon I recieved a call from the Asst. Principal stating the situation was addressed and my daughter had a "go to" person for support if needed. I'm very happy with this school.
I am a district employee, and this is one of the most laid back school i have ever been to. The staff, teachers, principals ... they're ALL great!
The school is very convient for my sisters kids to walk too. The staff is very friendly.
My twin girls started going to this school in first grade and left when they were in third grade only becuase we moved. The gilrs and I both loved this school the staff is great and the Teachers are awesome they really care about there students.
Hinman is a great neighborhood school. All teachers, administrators and staff go out of their way to make students feel welcomed. My daughter, who is now in 2nd grade, has been going to Hinman since Kindergarten and absolutely loves school. I have her teachers to thank for that. I look foward to my youngest daughter starting school there next year.
My son is a special needs child and has been attending this school for 7 months. He is on the Autistic Spectrum and has done so well in Ms. Stapley's class. I am so happy with his progress and the wonderful teachers, that I am continuing his education at this school.
This school is great! It's clean and it has peer ediators at recess time. All of the teachers make sure that every student in their class understands the topic. Mrs. Flavell is a great 4th grade teacher!
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