This is where their shortcomings really shine. A child's elder sibling who was quiet, had an unusual level of self-possession and a sweet and gentle nature was a "stand-out" student that all the teachers loved. The sibling that followed who was a spirited yet troubled little soul was demonized and forced to be put on medication by this school because they simply didn't have the time nor ability to deal with the situation. That says it all.
There is one teacher in particular who is down-right cruel, going as far as destroying a small child's property that meant very much to him simply because he wouldn't behave. She knows who she is. I wonder how she sleeps at night.
The principle is extremely difficult to deal with. Communication is extremely poor. I would recommend finding a different school. The teachers are under a lot of pressure and it is systemic of the problem in leadership under the principles direction.
As the parent of a special needs child, I was concerned that there was only school in the district that a program that would be appropriate for my son. Since my son has started at Lee Avenue School, I have seen such a positive change in him. His speech, his understanding of concepts has improved so much in a short period of time. I am truly greatful to the wonderful teachers, assistants and the principle for an amazing program.