My child is starting her second year here and all the teachers we have encountered are truly invested in the education of the children. The teachers answer questions and address each child's skill level individually and the principal is readily available and visible in the school. It is quite a diverse school and yes there are issues related to language, income, etc and I think sometimes the school gets a bad rep. But I have heard issues about each school in the area and I believe that everyone here has the kids' best interests at heart.
- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2007
My son is in mainstream and requires services. The district does not have a good system when it comes to kids with needs. The district does well when it comes to smart kids, but average or kids who needs help and services, it's a consistent battle. The district is still has a mentality that worked 10-20 years ago, however the district needs to learn that the education law is changing. The No Child Left Behind is great for families. The district needs to learn to understand that all our children need to progress when attending schools.