Armstrong is extremely lax about many issues that should be taken more seriously. For instance, my child was sent to the healthroom and I was not notified that she was complaining of being sick. After school that day I had to take her to the dr. where she was diagnosed with strep throat and then two days later developed Scarlet fever. When she was in her first few weeks of K-5 she wet her pants on two different occasions and I was never notified, also she has come home with a fever higher than 100 on three different occassions. My son was slapped in the face by another student and nothing was done about it until I called and made them address the situation. I do not feet that the students are taken seriously enough or supervised properly.
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