Great school, teachers, and parent participation. New principal is great and has shown she is a team player.
I am a parent of a special needs son. He is profoundly dyslexic and profoundly gifted. The school did their best with caring special ed teachers, but ultimately could not help him. The school district placed him out of district at a school for kids with reading disabilities and other issues. That school is wonderful for my son and i give credit to the school district for recognizing that they couldn't help him but was willing to place him in the right setting. Since we were at that school, the principal changed and therefore I can't rate the present principal.
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