The school is mainly concerned about the dress code and not the issues the kids have. My daughter is being bullied but once it was noticed decided that putting them in the room together would make it that much better for the both of them. They should have called the parents.
I have tried to continuously get in contact with the teacher my son is having difficult with and received no feedback. I also had my daughter go to him and ask about tutoring for my son as he recommended because my son is too timid to ask and he also was unavailable. I understand that there are plenty of children to one teacher but I am trying to work with all of them from flunking my son but it seems they don't care. If you don't like your job then look else where, don't avoid the situation with the kids because parents do care about their children's education.
When moving to Fayetteville all I heard was how great this school was, what a joke! My son has a 504 and getting the staff there to comply was ridiculous! The communication was horrible, they don't return phone calls or emails. There was one lady in the front office who always went above and beyond to help out but other than that everyone was rude and obviously didn't care. Their priorities are their high test scores and the dress code. Maybe you need to focus a little more on communication and at least act like you care. Thankfully our time in Fayetteville is over and I'm so glad to be done with them.
Horrible Special Ed program. Large number of kids contained in a small classroom. My son had many suspensions. New school for 8 months, not a single suspension or disciplinary action. $ for kids with disabilities not available.
The new leadership Mr.Pope seem to have no sympathy or compassion for his students. He only cares about himself and how his numbers look. The school under his leadership has went down to a one star school.