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Henderson, NV
Students enrolled: 785

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227 Charter Oak St
Henderson, NV 89074

(702) 799-1320
(702) 799-1326
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February 24, 2015
This is the place for my kids to learn. It is great. My kids love it. My son is the most popular in the school

- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2014
New principal new rules and is nothing but chaotic. In the mornings we are not allowed to walk our kids to the building to enter school we have to drop them off only at the gate. After school we have to walk through this one gate where is very crazy and crowded and the parents are trying to pick up their children at their grade level dot. Other than that I really love my girls teachers this year. My second-grader has Mrs. Bosler and she was also her kindergarten teacher. Mrs. Bosler really cares about her students. My fourth-grader has Mrs. Symons who is a really good teacher. I used to really love this school but now it's alright because my second-grader had a bad experience with her first grade teacher last year. But real soon I think I'm going to pull them out of public school and put them in virtual Academy.

- submitted by a parent
September 21, 2014
My child went to Aggie all her elementary school life, and may I say she loved it!! She said her favorite teacher was her fifth grade teacher Mr. Gregory. Everyone thought he was pretty harsh but she learned that if you were a good student, then Mr. Gregory would not have to yell, therefore making him a very good teacher. Aggie Roberts has taught my child everyting she has needed to know for junior high.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2014
This school is a complete disappointment. Several things that have happened this year are unacceptable. The new principal (Deborah Harbin) should be ashamed of herself. I am livid with the experience we had to go through the first week of school. On my first graders first day at Aggie Roberts, my son was missing after school, due to the new principals drop off/pick up changes. No one informed us he was missing until an hour after school, when we were called and told he never made it to the Boys and Girls club! He is 6 years old and was already nervous about attending a new school. I also found out he didn't even get lunch that day. No one showed him how the lunch process worked. We were told during open house there would be people assisting the kids during the day to make sure everything went smoothly. I understand there are hiccups that can happen the first day of school, but this disgusted me. In addition we went to the school the next morning to try to talk to his teacher as well as the principal to sort out what happened, but we were turned away, with the promise of a phone call. We never received that call. Needless to say my son was unenrolled from Aggie Roberts last Friday.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2014
Last year was awesome and my child could read and write full stories and he was in kindergarten! ! This year so far hes come home with no homework and no evidence of advanced learning. His teacher seems very unapproachable and cold. And im an adult so I cant imagine how my child feels. Hes coming home with papers that are tracing the alphabet. So far theyve done ABCD I imagine he'll come home with E and F today. Its just totally unacceptable. He was an advanced Kindergartener and now hes coming home with pre school work. Im soooo disappointed and if this continues by next week I will be raising major issues to light!!

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2014
This is the 3rd year our family had attended and the last 2 years have been wonderdul. We loved the teachers and the staff and principal, but this year has turned into a chaotic mess with this new principal. The new drop off and pick up rules are absolutely out of control it seems like the rules were changed just because the new principal can change the rules..they do not help ayone not our students not our teachers. Every parent and teacher I have talked to absolutely hate these new procedures. Today I couldnt even make sure my kid got to class he had no idea where he was going and was completely scared...thats not the way I want my kid to start the day..lost and confused... so I urge all the parents who also hate these new procedures to email the principal, and the school board and let them know how unhappy we all are...without happy teachers and parents we will not have a successful school year.

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2014
My son attends Aggie Roberts Elementary School and he loves it there! It's a great school! The teachers, administration, and all support staff REALLY care about their students!

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2014
Worst school ever.I want everybody to know that this school does not care about bully because their own staff are bullies.Like Mr Gregory (5th grade teacher). Angel from the nurse office and Mrs Hilton(music teacher) "This one is the worst" My daughter got sick at the end of the year and when she came back Mr Gregory said The class was quite until you came back,That is not the right way to talk to a kid. My son went to this school from K to 2nd grade and every year I asked every teacher if they have ever noticed that he stutters and just the last one said yes after spring break (almost the end of the year)Because of this little problem a few kids were making fun of him but in this case Mrs Grape talked to the kids and the problem was solved right away. Things happens for a reason now my son is in speech classes and my daughter is an A student again

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2010
The school is very good. My daughter has learned important skills that will last for life. Her teachers have been very important on her education and influenced her in a very positive way.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2009
It is a great school. The teachers are great and the school is very well taken care of.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2009
Once again...another great school year.. both my boys have attended aggie roberts since kindergarten ..now they are in middle school..my daughter is in her second year there and i must say ..how pleasing it is for me to have my child attend this school..and yes the principle ..vice principle do know most of the children by name..its a great feeling to pull your car up to the 'kiss and go' lane..and know that your child is in good hands with caring people...and also to the office staff..they are super!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2009
Have one child attending Aggie Roberts. Open House was just recently and I love!!! The staff!!! They know (or seems like they know) every single student by name... Not because of behavioral reasons either... My 1st grader is in Miss Stupin's class and she is amazing with the kids!!!

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2009
I have one child attending Aggie Roberts of school age so far and two others in tow. We moved here from out of state and this will be our second year at Aggie Roberts. I must say so far I am very impressed and my child couldn't be happier. Ms. Deihl is an EXCELLENT hands on teacher. The school is very hands on and has a lot to offer. We are very happy here and highly recommend this school. I hope my other two children get the same opportunity when they are ready to start school!

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2009
I have two children attending Aggie Roberts, with youngest ready to start kindergarten in a few days. We have been at this school for three years, and have had almost nothing but great experiences! I am thrilled with the teachers thus far. I hope to keep my children at Aggie Roberts through 5th grade. Thanks to all the wonderful teachers we've had, and to those yet to come.

- submitted by a parent
May 26, 2009
I love this school. My daughter is in Kindergarten and reading already. Her teacher, Mrs Spear is a star!! She cares so much and really pays attention to where her students are and caters to them personally. This is a great school, I am very happy.

- submitted by a parent
March 22, 2009
Best public school I have had the pleasure to have my kids attend. Everyone goes out of their way to help. Principal and vice seem to know all the students names. Recommend this school to all.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 20, 2009
I have nothing but good things to say about Aggie Roberts. My son is in first grade now and started going to Aggie Roberts last year in the full day kindergarten proram. HIs kindergarten teach Mrs. Heimark was wonderful, and caring. Within the first month the principal and vice principal knew my son by name, and would greet him by name each morning as we passed them on the way in. Everyone from the librarian, art and music teachers to the cafeteria lady have been nothing but wonderful to us. I can go to work each day knowing that my son is in a safe, healthy environment and that he is being taught by the best.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
When my kids were rezoned, i was very upset due to the 'ratings'. But all this rating is full of politic !! My child is in all day kindergarten and his teacher is very dedicated. My son has learned so much. Thanks Ms. Heimark. Some of the school activies arent super but then again school is for learning.

- submitted by a parent
November 07, 2008
This school is poor quality and the teachers aren't very interested in the children's education. I'm very disappointed.

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2008
My chidren have been attending Aggie Roberts for a few years. My daughter is now in 5th grade and my son is in 3rd grade. I volunteer at the school and attend school events. The principal, vice-principal, teachers, office staff and janitors all know my chidren and I by first name. I liked the school so much I began to sub there. As a teacher, I got to know the teachers on a personal level. The staff goes beyond their duties and particpate/volunteer in after school events so the children can have a great experience. My daughter started at Weiner elementary and that school was a great disappointment. The principal did nothing when my daughter kept getting bullied by a boy and a girl. I am very thankful we moved. Their fellow students are very respectful to each other- thanks to the counselor and his anti-bully campaign.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2008
Aggie Roberts is a great school. My oldest is now in kinder, and has learned soo much since she's started. They have great parent involvement and school programs. I'm looking forward to my youngest daughter to start there this upcoming school year.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2008
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- submitted by a student
April 05, 2008
Aggie Roberts is a wonderful school. My child has been there for three and a half years, and is in fifth grade this year. The staff is caring and supportive and they really go the extra mile for the kids.

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February 08, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2007
Aggie Roberts is a great school. The school is involved in the community and always has events for parents and kids! The staff there is very good and teachers are outstanding!

- submitted by a community member
June 08, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2007
my child went there for a year and did not learn anything exept for show and tell and drawing he did not learn anything so i tried 1 more year and that was it i was so gone and so was she hopefully this school will edgacate better

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2006
My child has just started the fifth grade year at Aggie Roberts Elem. My child has attended since Kindergarten and loves this school!! The principal is fine, the assistant principal is very nice and most of the teachers are ok. There are certainly exceptional teachers at every school. Aggie Roberts has some extremely good teachers and also some very young teachers that do require more experience in handling the diverse levels of teaching (although they need to learn somehow). However, we do really enjoy the school, the teachers, the parents, the kids, Safekey, and extra cirricular activities we're involved in.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2006
I think Aggie Roberts is a great school. Both my girls came out of Kindergarten reading very well. My son is starting Kindergarten Wend. I do like the Principal and Vic Principal. Aggie Roberts is a good school and that is my feeling.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2006
my son is in kidnergardern this year and i don't like the school at all. I think that the two hours that they do go to school they should be learning more instead of coloring and putting puzzles together. these are things i beleive the children can do at home. I've had a meeting with the principal and for the week the problem was handled, but after that everything went back to the way things were. my son loved preschool and he now hates school because of this year at aggies roberts. they are not a good school. if they were, they would put more time and energy into the children!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2005
I have a son who started 6th grade this year and he was enrolled in Aggie Roberts since Kindergarten. The first few years there he was learning his teachers communicated well. Then somewhere around 3rd grade he quit doing the homework he did not want to do because he found out that he would advance to the next grade without it. At his age he cannot make a complete sentence or write a well written paragraph. I would think in 3 years of him not completing all of his assinments someone somewhere would have told me, I went to the parent teacher conferences and was not made aware of the problems. I have two other children in 1st grade at this school and hope they will learn something more than my older son.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2005
The school principal has always been very good to my 2 children. They've attended since 2001 and have loved it! I've written a letter to her this year, and she called me the same day to address my questions. She's was a big help! The teachers are great. Some in the past have come across a little 'too stern' but I guess that was okay (better than too easy on the kids). We've since moved to another area in Las Vegas, and have gotten a zone exemption to keep them at this school. I highly recommend sending your children there. They truly love the kids and welcome the parents participation!

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March 03, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
no rating January 21, 2005
Our son's special needs teacher had him running outside in 104 degree heat when his IEP said he could not be outside after 80-90 degrees because it causes him to have seizures. He had seizures everyday until we moved him to a different school. We also recived no help or support from the principal in getting him his necessary devices in the classroom for him to learn effectively. All in all we have found clark county school district and mainly the southeast region to be the worst for special needs. We will be leaving nevada all together in the summer of 2005. Our son attended for the 2003-2004 school season.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2004
I agree with the last post 100%. Since the arrival of the new principal, Ms. Tully, our school has become very political. Within a couple of months after her arrival, many of the outstanding teachers and staff who had worked at Aggie Roberts since opening began putting in transfers to other schools. Out of about 80 Teachers and staff you can now count on one hand the ones that remain. Her motto seems to be 'My way or the Highway.' Regardless of what the parents, teachers or students concerns are. Whether it be an issue within the classroom between children or proposing a different solution or way of doing something, the moment your opinion differs from hers, she just shuts you out. Our school has went from being a wonderful inviting environment to you are an inconvenience from the moment you walk in the door.

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Aggie Roberts Elementary School
227 Charter Oak St, Henderson, NV  89074
(702) 799-1320
Last modified Aggie Roberts Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades PK-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Aggie Roberts Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 35 reviews. Top