Our first son was diagnosed with a learning disabity, dyslexia, social integration and ADHD when starting third grade. His third grade teacher so willing, and seemed with a personal gain, not only taught him how to learn, but taught my husband & I how to teach him at home. Next, I thank his "Reading Specialist", who w/such care, interest & also w/the personal gain sense, worked w/him to his full potential to enter middle school! These two I speak of have the knack that all teachers should share. See, our son isn't anyone special to be so lovingly handled, this is how all their students & family's feel!
In my opinion, their being in the Elementary grade, is a set-up of positive learning for the Students entire learning career.
My granddaughter goes there and she is doing very well in all her subjects. She loves it there. I feel welcome whenever there is a program put on for parents and friends. It is a very welcoming place with the children's work on display.
My oldest daughter has went through this school, and now my son will be going into his third year. I feel that Saylesville elementary is a very good school. The teachers and staff are caring and very involved with the children not only academic but emotionaly as well. I think that the Lincoln school system overall is the best I can do for them. Joanna Rocha