We have had a wonderful experience at Crim and my family is saddened to leave behind all the friends we've made. (relocating for job) we have observed great communication between teachers, parents, and the principal. The children's needs are personally met and we greatly benefitted from some of the programs in place.
- submitted by a
April 04, 2004
The combination of first and second grades is not for the benefit of the students; moreover, the grades of these students, as a whole, is a valid reflection. One can learn much by merely watching children's behavior! The solution is not in medication to create zombie-like children. When my child has reported concerns to me and I have attempted to seek the source of the problem, I have been frequently told by his teacher and the Principal 'We don't have time, just trust that his teacher has a reason.' That reminds me of mindless sheep! The school system needs to focus on the quality of the instruction being given, rather than making new buildings and expenses for taxpayers. Beware of the upcoming Trojan Horse!