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PK-8 & Ungraded
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Guttenberg, NJ
Students enrolled: 931
 

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301 69th St
Guttenberg, NJ 07093

(201) 861-3100
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March 10, 2015
WORST SCHOOL! 5th GRADERS SMOKING IN THE LUNCH ROOM! KIDS FAILING AND SENT TO SUMMER SCHOOL ONLY FOR US PARENTS TO BE CHARGED $200.00 TEACHERS GOSSIPING INFRONT OF THE STUDENTS. TEACHERS TALKING DOWN AT KIDS INFRONT OF THE CLASS. WORST THEN ROBERT FULTON. AND KIDS BEING SCARED TO GO TO SCHOOL FOR FEAR OF BEING BULLIED. I PREFER BERGEN COUNTY SCHOOLS ANYDAY BEFORE THE SCHOOLS IN HUDSON COUNTY. THE TEACHERS STEROTYPE AND THE PARENTS ARE NOT TRYING HARD ENOUGH TO TEACH THE KIDS AT HOME OR ARE TOO BUSY WORKING

- submitted by a parent

February 08, 2015
There should be no wonder why this is doing so poorly. With parents that don't care or don't have a clue, there are teachers that don't care.Thus the students fail. I failed my child by sending him to this school. Last year 50% of the 7th grade class was failing. The administration's explaination? It's the students fault because they are not doing their homework. The administration is failing these kids everyday when they fail to understand and fail to educate our children. These kids grades are inflated by teachers giving additional points to "boost" the kids grades so they avoid failing. The kids will just suffer in the end. It's a sad truth if you have other options do not send you child there.

- submitted by a parent

April 08, 2014
My daughter is graduating this year. Thank Goodness because she is a straight A, Gifted and Talented Student and the rate this school is going it will be compared to the inner city schools with low test scores. Thank God My daughter was there when the Teachers and Principal really cared. They really need to shape up.

- submitted by a parent

April 07, 2014
This year 2013-2014 year has been terrible. The new administrators have completely failed these children. There is no diversity among the staff in a district that is mostly Hispanic. The scores are lower than ever and the administration puts sole blame on the children. Not enough textbooks therefore they share class textbooks. 29 minutes for lunch and no recess and cannot leave seats at all. Lockers are broken and bathrooms are disgusting. Overall the school has nothing good. With the exception of maybe a handful of teachers who truly care. There is no principal and the Board of Ed pays no attention to the parents who speak up. In fact they are out right rude when you do attend the meeting to speak up. Huge FAIL!!!

- submitted by a parent

January 26, 2014
I recently moved to this school from IN and I have to say that you can't even compare the two schools. Though I love the teachers, I have to say that I'm not impressed at all with the low grades at classes. The attitude of the students is really bad. As a student who doesn't usually get less than an A, I feel left out. There is no strong music program except choir which for a band student, it sucks. There is a small gym in the basement. I guess I expected too much. It's just so disappointing. My dreams like going to jazz band festival or contest, I have to throw away. Who knows if they even have any in high school.

- submitted by a community member

September 04, 2012
I absolutely love this school. I love the teachers, I love the location, I love the principle. My son gets straights A's in Anna L. Klein. He loves the kids and the teachers. Great school to enroll your kids.

- submitted by a parent

June 30, 2012
I am a student at Anna L.Klien. The PTO raises a lot of money and they are currently renovating the gym. The discipline is great too. For example, a kid in my grade did the almost did the cinnamon challenge with two other kids. The two kids that were with him got their parents called in, while the ring leader got suspended and his parents called in as well. The education is great, but I just wish kids actually let the teachers help them learn. Everything else is above average at least.

- submitted by a community member

March 12, 2012
Great teachers, great principal. I wish they have more funds to bring new programs! The 100 Book Challenge Program is Superb!

- submitted by a parent

November 01, 2011
Very disappointed in this school.The office is very unorganized ,they dont really seem to care and have attitudes really frustrating when as a parent your only concern is your child...Dismissal is confusing and just a mess...i will be taking my child out of this school am not happy and definitely not impressed ive had one too many incidents in this school really dissapointed i just want the best for my child .i will say that his teacher is great very kind and caring teacher..unfortunatately thats not enough the staff lacks people skills and are very unfriendly..coincedently im reporting someone from their staff for discrimination.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
October 03, 2009
I know it's a good school with a trong heart to give an education to the children of this small town.

- submitted by a parent

September 17, 2008
Changes have been implemented this year. School uniforms, no one leaves school for lunch, disciplinary rule list with punishments sent home for parents and child to sigh. I have a feeling this year the school will be back on track. Raves for new Superintendent.

- submitted by a parent

June 04, 2008
This school needs to seriously change the admistrators! The vice principal does nothing but worry about basketball. No discipline at all. The special ed. services stink! Overcrowded, we have kids coming in from out of district that are taking funds from the kids who really do live in town. Overall, very disappointed.

- submitted by a parent
no rating
September 24, 2007
I recently entered the North Bergen School district and am quite disapointed so far, the curriculum is a lot slower than New York. The whole system in this area seems to need repair, I am reading rave reviews from parents about this school but the test scores are very unimpressive. How can parents be so happy when the tests scores are so low?

- submitted by a parent

July 10, 2006
The Anna L. Klein School is such a wonderful school. My son and daughter went there. They had a great time but unfortunately we had to move. But I would surely recommend the school to parents. The school has a PTA, summer school, and the test scores are above the roof.

- submitted by a student

May 02, 2005
The best school ever! great teachers, very attentive teachers. great students. facinating school supplies.

- submitted by a student

February 28, 2005
I am a former student of this school and the teachers their were great. I enjoyed the school and the teachers had discipline and they really taught well.

- submitted by a student

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Anna L. Klein Elementary School
301 69th St, Guttenberg, NJ  07093
(201) 861-3100
Last modified Anna L. Klein Elementary School is a Public school. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Anna L. Klein Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 19 reviews. Top