My son attened E J Brown going on three years. He has a serious medical problem they don't want to his needs. In found out my son was not enough eating there and I was not notefied i took him right out. My son got sick 2weeks in a row so he had to go and get I.V and go through misery from them not taking my son needs seriously. I came during lunch time the food was buried up and the salad they served did not even hav any salad ressing on it. Plus this lady on staff there was very rude to me and I not going for disrespect from anyone espeically when it was the schools fault he was getting sick back to back. If someone seeds there child sick to school they won't send them home if they don't have a tempature with is BS. My son had a better teacher when he was in preschool there for the first two years. He had never got sick b ack to back because his teacher was very good . This year is a different story the don't care.
- submitted by a
April 28, 2011
Im going to ej brown since it has opened and I have not seen roaches and we have good healthy lunches and they have caring teachers and the teacher know how to teach. Considered the city you moved from. I would recommend E.J. Brown to any parent or child.
- submitted by a
December 26, 2010
Due to financial difficulties I moved from Trotwood to Dayton and My 3 chiildren attend EJ Brown..from Shilowview Elem .OMG!!!--awful school, just awful...The teachers are very lazy and clueless-I think they use the same teaching criteria we used when I was in school. My children say the students are bullies and they know more about the street drugs than they do about math , the school has roaches, the food in cafe is unhealthy, My children want to go to another school sooo bad-Im tryg to move as we speak. Dont send your baby to EJ Brown, they may pick up some really bad behaviors. It makes my job harder as a single mom-imagine me tryg to tell my son why he cant associate with a boy because he was talking about drugs in school the other day-should we be talking about homework?
Our mission is to inspire and support families to champion their children's education - at
school, at home and in their community. We are a national non-profit with offices and programs
in Oakland, Milwaukee, Washington D.C. and Indianapolis.