School is overcrowed and there is not much communication between teachers and parents. Not much emphasis on basic reading and writing skills. My son went through the school k-5 without having any major writing reports, book reports or reading assignments. As a result when I pulled him out of the district and sent him to a private school it was a big adjustment because of the amount of independent reports that had to be done. It was evident that his writing skills were lacking. Brentwood schools disappointed me greatly.
- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2008
I waz a student at twin pines last year.I have been in this school for 5 years.Now im in 6th grade.I remember all of my teachers.Some were strict but they all did it for my own good.This is one of the best schools.So thank you for all the education.Thank you Mr.McCarthy and Mrs.Write
- submitted by a student
December 05, 2006
I am new to the neighborhood,and find that the school is very attentive to the welfare of the students. It is the first time where I see that a Principal meets the children at the door of their car. The two ladies that are always present in the front of school, assure me that there are vigilant eyes on our precious little ones. Even in the cold weather their smiles shine through. Ms. Azzizzo, has welcomed my child with open arms and constantly shows that she is involved in everything her students do, both in school and at home. I cannot wait to learn more about this school that carries itself professionally and demonstrates care for the children and parents.