My son just finished kindergarten last year and his teacher Mrs. Smith was excellent. She's a great asset to the school. As for the the rest of the faculty and staff they seem alright although I wasn't very active within the school last year.
If I could rate it a zero, I would. No new technology, no leadership and our PSSA scores are awful. I'm looking for a private school.
This school is so far behind the mark compared to the schools I just moved from in Western PA. The staff was unconcerned that my children would be almost a year ahead and instead told me to be happy that they won't have to work too hard this year. What a joke. WE will be looking into private schools.
After reading the reviews of this school, one would think that this school was a sewer. Let me submit some evidence contrary to the other reviews. Me and my siblings are graduates of Robert Morris. All 3 of us have college degrees, can speak at least 2 languages and are successful in the world. Most of my friends that I went to Robert Morris with are equally succeeding. Problem: the parents. Expecting a school to do everything for your child is wrong. It is the parent that instills discipline, love of learning, reading habits, etc. Hoping some big gov't entity will do that is short sighted and evidences poor parenting skills. And to the reviewers trying to discredit the school: based on your lack of formal grammar and reasoning, no one will take your reviews seriously. If you cannot construct a grammatically correct sentence, what gives you the right to debase an institution of learning? Granted, Robert Morris isn't some rich boarding school in the UK, it is a better option than some other Scranton elementary schools. It is the parents that make students succeed. Learning starts at home!
My family has attended Robert Morris Elementary since my uncle went there in 1948. Since then, my mother, two sisters, myself, my six nieces and nephews graduated from Robert Morris and now my son is there in 2nd Grade. I don't think we should leave it up to the schools to teach our children manners and discipline, that is something that should be learned from us - the parents. I miss the days when the teacher was in charge. Now, teachers have to be so careful because people are sue happy and defend their children to the end of the earth. That is why so many children grow up to be on welfare. They aren't taught by their parents to fend for themselves. Stop blaming the schools, look in the mirror.
scranton school district still labtls learning disabled children as special education..in turn.. children will be called..sped...a stigma that stays with the child. This district is 'behind the times' in education. They push children through school grades and encourage them to grow as non educated individuals whom when they are adults will financially collect welfare or ssi benefits..In turn..a drain on tax payers. Politicians and school district officials are more concerned in aspect of pocketing monies, and not investing in the children.shame on scranton school administration.Other states believe that ' children are our future' and invest in their education that is applicable for their intellect. in this district a parent has to apply for a tss worker that is seperate from school districts budget,resulting in time which delays cognitive learning process.check the national ratings of scranton schools..my god.sub standard.
Unfortunately you will not find a public school in the Scranton School District who treats any student as an individual. Good luck trying to do what is best for your own child if you feel they need to be retained. They will go out of their way to pass your child through to the next grade even if your child is reading a grade level behind.
I love this school for my son. He has learned alot for his first year of school. He was in pre-k and had the best teacher!!!
One of the worst public schools ever! Scranton School district lacks technology and the appeal for families who want their children to succeed in the real world.
I am a Mother of three, originally from Jessup-about 8miles from the City of Scranton. I absolutely cannot stand living in Scranton, and could not wait to move back to the upper-valley area. If it were'nt for the incredible school my son attends, I'd have been long gone. Robert Morris is an excellent school for many reasons. The faculty is incredible, from the Principal Mr. Bieri-to the wonderful teachers like Ms. Pelosi who recently retired, and Ms. McCormick - my son's 1st grade teacher. They all put so much effort into our children's learning experience. They really are truly amazing people, and are excellent at their jobs! I admit-I was quite nervous about my child[ren] going to Public school here in Scranton, but now my mind is much more at ease because I know they will learn what they need to-and feel safe at the school like every child should. Thanks!
we just moved to the city of scranton..the faculty could not have been any nicer..and have made us feel completely at home..and as far as academics are far ahead of the poconos! from!a+
I think robert morris eleentary is the best school ever. I sent my kids to Neil Armstrong first for 1 year and they hated it so much.Then I sent them to Robert Morris and they loves it. There still in Robert Morris and the schools in great conditions. The teachers are very nice,they support my kids to the fullest. The activites are great and everything.
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