They ignore issues that are very important like bullying. They have no solutions, all they do is show a bullying film.but when someone gets bullied they don't have no answers to the solution. Sad
not a great school , needs fresh new teachers who can control there classrooms, i wish my child didn't attend this school, they are no help when a problem starts, they ignore the problem until someone gets hurt then say
I am very pleased with the heights. They are very attentive to my concerns and have never had a problem with the principal setting appointments with me.
My son is at this school and my daughter is in solomon for the gifted program.. I can honestly tell you that the academics is the same at both...
Honestly, I know very good teachers in this school. I do not think it is the teacher's fault in this case that the children do not learn. I think it is the lack of discipline and the environment the children grow up in that does not help the behavior and emotional outcome of the children's learning capabilities.
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