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Little Miami Junior High School1
Posted July 09, 2014
- a parent
I once had 5 children in the school district. This coming up year I will only have 1. All my other children chose to be home school instead. My son is on a IEP and suppose to have an aide at all times. Then how did the school lose my son on 3 occasions in one year. My son has been bullied and nothing was ever done with it. My daughter says "someting" instead of something. When I confronted the speech therapist she told me that she will out grow it. Once her peers point it out to her. So in other words the teach is promoting children making fun of my daughter. Great job speech therapist. Another prime example on how great (sarcasm) Little Miami is. My son is reading at a 2nd grade level. I confronted his speech therapist and she said that she is currently working on social stories instead. My son knows what is acceptable and unacceptable. He needs to learn how to read. I hope and pray that my son will choose home school next year because honestly Little Miami school district in whole is a complete joke.
As a parent I think Little Miami is not a very good school because my daughter was going there last year and she constantly got teased. She tells the teachers but they don't do anything, they say to stop tattle tailing or tells the people to stop. My daughter would came home crying every day because of kids don't get disciplined right. One day she came home and told me that these girls told her that she looked like a pregnant teenager. I think Little Miami could improve if the kids were not so cruel to each other. My daughter wanted to move out of the district because of that teasing reason and she is. People say words don't hurt but they do they hurt you mentally.
Kudos to the teacing teams for creating consistency within their teaching styles. I am very impressed. The Jr. High teams are also great about informing parents of homework, discipline issues, etc. The teachers truly love to teach. They have zero tolerance for bullying.
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