The principal does not address the parents issue. If an issue occurs he pretty much hides in his office and tries not to speak directly to the parent. Principal is a bitter disappointment. The secretary is also very rude. If she is having a bad day she takes it out on the parent. This school is very big disappointment. the children don't have a second language, no library, and no computer lab although they charge a $100 technology fee. it's also one teacher to 35 students. They are money hungry and they stuff as many children in a class a possible. The student so not learn as they should. They use outdated text books and offer no extra curricular activity. I do not recommend this school.
This school does not teach fairness. I have seen that because a parent doesn't have the money to pay they get turned away from an education and the child gets deprived. The students are singled out. They don't show children how to honest. because the principal tells you one thing today and say something else another day. Totally unfair.
I was a teacher at the Great St. Frances Cabrini School for 30 years. What made this school stand out as SUPERIOR was the leadership of the Principal(most notably, Miss Maria Crifasi) , as well as the support of our parents. The parents were extremely involved with the day-to-day progress of their children. The Principal, the Teachers, and the parents spoke on a weekly, if not, daily basis. Our students were lovable and academically prepared for State and Diocesan testing. I am so happy many of our graduates sen their own children to the Great SFC!!!!
Bad experience with principal. The previous principal was amazing! This new principal is very disappointing. Teachers have always been top quality. Principal should be changed ASAP before the school closes!
my kids have been here for about 6 years, it was great.... 6 years ago. The teachers have been a big disappointment the last two years. They are disconnected, insensitive and not really doing much teaching which is sad because in the my children are the ones suffering. I've reached out to the principal and so have many other concerned parents with the similar issues, in hopes of them making a change or at least re-orienting the teachers as to what's expected of them. That did not happen. I will be looking into other schools.