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Number 21, Victor Mravlag Elementary School1
Posted February 07, 2015
- a parent
Major bullying problem when reported it gets hidden under a carpet. Great counselors or teachers who mentor children there deal with unnecessary hurdles to allow them to teach from their passionate caring hearts...others get placed in lay off so they need to be good soldiers. They often need to hush about changes that affect our children out of fear of losing their jobs. Tensions and nerves run wild there. From the first 2 weeks my child was bullied, meetings, arrangements were made, reports were not taken serious, our nightmare is now over for child will no longer endure their cruelty and dishonest disposition. They portray the school as a high end schooling system yet it is not a good school aside from the few caring teachers who are over worked, underpaid and not appreciated for the priceless contribution to our children's education. I'm not a teacher, I'm a caring parent who experienced horrors in that school.
Brand new building with top notch science, and music lab, big gym with scoreboard, beautiful sunny library with coaches. Low student to teacher ratio,kids get ipad k-4 they stay at school, 5-8 they can take home. School has a very neighborhood friendly feel. Only downside I would say is small playground.
The small traditional school with modern amenities is a treasure in the Elmora Hills Community. It's an amazing Blue Ribbon school with classic values that focuses on a well rounded education that promotes development of the whole child.