Not so impressive if your child has any type of learning problem or disability. The school is willing to have meeting after meeting but not much will be done to help your child. Your issue will be downplayed and pushed on to the next teacher, year after year, while your child suffers. I would go as far as to say that the disciplinary actions in the classroom border on bullying and do nothing but embarrass the students. Test/NECAP scores seem to override any other priority. The lunch time policies are disappointing, to say the least and the parking lot situation is unnecessary and does nothing but add to your already rushed and stressful morning.
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