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School 54 Flower City Community School5
Posted April 18, 2014
- a parent
My son went and so did several of his friends the first couple of years of its existence and he got such a great education and all of those kids he was friends with are now succesfull grown ups. It great to know Ms. Rose has done such an outstanding job she should get educator of the decade. It is today and always has been an amazing school.
Flower City School is one of the best elementry schools in the city school district!!! The Principal Mrs. Rose works hard to bring funding,after school programing and enriched parent involvement activites. Also, if their is an issue Mrs. Rose returns calls within 24 hours. The school is clean and decorated for every season! Furthermore, the children are respectful and well behave!!!
My 1st grader attends Flower City School and I cannot believe the comments. My daughter's learning seems to have stagnated since beginning here and I am not pleased at all. Additionally, she used to be excited about learning, but now she has become lazy about it and doesn't even want to try. She has not being challenged at all in her current environment at School #54.
Flower City School is a wonderful place for children to grow and learn. The 3-6 grade school is full of dedicated teachers who work with parents and the community to ensure the best education possible for their students. There is a high level of parental involvement. The school sponsors academic activities to help bond families and school personnel. The addition of performing arts to the school has helped enhance the creativity of those students looking to enter School of the Arts as well as improving Language Arts skills of students who normally have trouble. The school works closely with Nazereth College and the University of Rochester. Every year the third grade students recieve free teddy bears from a supporting company. The school has had end of the year culminating activities in Math and Social Studies as a way to bring parents, students, and teachers together to improve students' overall academic success.