I have had 3 children attend this school. I have one who was in the Excel program, one who needed learning assistance (via Mrs. Pondillo). I have been very happy with West Point in many, many aspects. I do believe that the intervention program is lacking. One of my children needed help in areas and I dont feel was given the appropriate assistance, or maybe it was the teacher who was lacking. I would not hesitate to send a child to this school. I do whole heartedly believe the staff at this school is caring and commited to your child. Sometimes it seems this is only implemented on 'good days'. I do realize sometimes its stressful, but that shouldn't matter. I also feel some teachers should retire, but most are excellent in my opinion. I also feel the after school tutoring program is a joke. And parent involvment needs improved desperatly.
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October 13, 2004
My son Billy has been going to West point since he was in kindergarden, we had moved and he went to another Schhool but we came back. West Point has smaller classroom size so it's more one on one with the child and teacher. Billy was having problems in second grade the staff there did all they can to help him. He is now in third grade and has never been more excited to go to school so he can learn .Thank You Brandi Fulmer
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September 13, 2004
My Oldest Son has gone to W.P.E. for 3 years now and I have to say that I prefer my children in this School. I like that the staff and students know my son and I like the way they look for the kids and make sure that everyone is treated fairly. Also, the way that the teachers and staff make sure that I stay informed of my son's progress or lack thereof. Now that my kindergardner is going there, I feel confident that this new experience will be a joy, for me and my children. Thanks for the open enrollment!