my son started his frist day of fourth grade yesterday at maize wonderful school untill they got a new principle. she is a real ##### most kids are pretty nervous on there first day with my school having anixey made it a little harder on him.. he had a great day untill the end of the day he went to get on the bus he had last year , well he has new a new one this year, so he miss his bus he was sent to the office to call me to pick him up, well in the mean time this new princple thpught it was a good ides to belittled my child about missing the bus told him she was mad and disappointed. when i pick up my son he was in tears refusing to go back there ... wth kinda principle does that will i tell u what u she pick the right kid to pick on cause i dont play that ****... im disgusted and disappointed in her
There are plenty of parent opportunities at Maize Elementary. We just had open house last week and the volunteer opportunities were discussed. Anyone who says there isn't any parent involvement just doesn't want to get involved period.
Maize is a wonderful school who works with their community. Mrs. Williams is an excellent leader who genuinely cares for learning. The staff strives for excellence and is dedicated to the success of each and every student.
I had the privilege of teaching at Maize for 18 yrs. before my retirement. We have all of the typical things that great schools need, great students, committed teachers, involved parents, supportive community. What makes Maize special is that all of these elements consistently work hand-in-hand to provide a first-rate education for an enthusiastic student body that is curious, questioning, and willing to work hard to earn the education that they so richly deserve.
I am a parent with a foster child at Maize Elementary. I was fearful that she would be labeled. This is her 3rd year at the school, and ther teachers have been great. They have challenged her to do her best. When she first entered the school as a student, she could not read two letter words. Three years later, she is two grades above her grade level. She is great in math. She has a wonderful teacher that truly cares about her. She's always talking about Ms. Michael and making sure she completes her assignments. The teachers challenge the students, and plus the school have great ratings when compared to the state scores. Check it out and see for yourself. No need to pay for private school. I have researched the local private school. Look into that as well. Maize actually match and beat some of the scores. Traci
My child entered Maize in 5th grade after being in a private Christiann school for 5 years. I was very scared she would fall behind but to my surprise, found the curriculum at Maize much more challenging and fast paced. Not only has my child shown drastic improvement due to the personal attention the teacher has given her, but the teacher advised me within the first 2 weeks of school to have my child tested for ADD after working with her for only that short time, saying she has definite symptoms and medical treatment would most lilkely help. She has supported us and is my daughters best source of daily encouragement. The change in my daughter is like night and day! I'd asked the private school constantly if they thought my daughter had ADD and they consistently said 'No', even after having their counselor observe her -only at my insistence.