I know in the past and now teachers go out of their way to catch students who might not be doing well in class. Teachers want the best for ECRA students and encourage them to achieve success in their school and life goals. The school tries to accommodate many students who may have extenuating circumstances.
This school has really changed over the past two years. There are some really good teachers who are investing themselves in the students and the school. Funding has always been an issue in schools and El Camino Real is no different. Still the school does the best job it can with what it has. Within the teachers and students, a family atmosphere exists and each student is held to high expectations. The schools NWEA and PARCC scores have continued to improve under this environment. My knowledge on parent and administration relations is minimal, however anytime I need something from administration they clearly communicate whether it can be done or not within the confines of the resources.
El Camino is very unorganized. Office personal is the worst. They have no struture when it comes down to discipline issues. Their are some great teachers who teach middle school there. A few of them not so great!
The teachers try very hard to give the kids the best instruction, but it is really hard with VERY little support from the administration. Also, no follow through with policies that are in the student/parent handbook and very little communication from the office staff.
Worst school ever! Teachers be little the kids and don't listen to the kids. Staff doesn't know anything. Last year teachers were bullying the students, for proof search el camino real academy under local news online. So many bad things to say about this school