Riverview East has been a disappointment. They say they want parent participation and feedback, but when you try to work with the issues with them, it is not easily accepted. We had a situation where the school not only didn't deliver notes to parents via daily notes,and did not follow through with behavior plans, that their school wrote! My chils is on an IEP and this disorganization was unacceptable, particularly when I tried to, politely, communicate with school. It seems as though you have to be loud and rude to get anything done these days. They are clearly more interested with pushing students through curriculum to get them on to next grade, and in meantime the misbehavore get the attention from the staff.where is the quality education and informing parents of options for their kids? I was FLOORED by an email survey from superintendent asking did we know as a charter and within CPS limits, they are to provide bussing? We were told no. Also told no on accelerated classes as option, Ohio Dept Of Ed says differently. If parents only knew what right they had, maybe a lot more would care to participate in school more and not write it off as a it's not worth caring type of thing.
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January 27, 2010
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no ratingSeptember 30, 2008
Riverview East Academy has an excellent after school prpgram. My daughter enjoyed the school more because of thier afterschool programs. Good job Riverview!
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