It does not provide the safety for the kids leaving at the end of the day. They need to learn how larger schools do it. Also my child cries cause it sounds like his teacher is a bully and it only changed one day when I mentioned the problem with the councilor. She has made other children cry and tells them to go to the principal if they don't stop. Does not sound like a fun learning environment. I sat during the lunch period and they have ladies walking around each table yelling at the individual child telling them not to talk just finish eating. Not a good way to unwind. As an adult I would say it seems very prison like as ex-military Eugaula elementary are more strict than the galley lunch I had on a ship.
Many things... The teacher has made my little guy so unhappy to attend during his second grade schooling. He tells me he cries and others cry in the class he attends. The teacher threatens to send them to the principal if they keep crying. Class does not sound enjoyable. Home school would be a solution but my child would miss on socializing as his teacher has. The lunch period seems overly strict. Each table at lunch has a lady that walks around telling the kids to be quiet and eat. I have seen this. I feel this is a time to unwind. As an adult I would feel like it is very prison like. Poor kids. It does not have to be so strict. Let kids talk and unwind. Class time is where they need to be quiet.
Safety procedures are lacking. People coming in are not checked in. Just given yellow tags. And when the school lets out kids are not safely released they are just let go. In lines by grades. Learn from the bigger schools on how to prepare this properly for the child's safety.
My son has been going to Eufaula now for 3 years. He is in the Special ED class. I am very pleased with the way the teachers have gone above and beyond to make sure that he receives the education that he needs and deserves. All of the staff there have always done their best with him. It takes special people to be able to teach children with special needs and I believe that the teachers at Eufaula are wonderful. There are always things that you don't like about a school and things that you would change if you could but over all I am very pleased with this school. I have other children that attend Eufaula that are not in Special ED and their teachers have been great too.