August 18, 2015
Date: August 18 2015: I am HIGHLY disappointed with how this school operates! Lets see, where do I start! 1) The majority of the faculty and staff ( ie. the PRINCIPAL, administrators in office and teachers) style of dressing/attires are very unprofessional and inappropriate to the point where you CANNOT identify if they are employed there. A strict dress code needs to implemented/ enforced for the faculty and staff. 2) The first day of school was extremely disorganized. Many parents such as myself who came in and registered our child/children on time, was not in the system on the first day and not to mention the time of wait to correct this issue was ridiculous!! 3) The arrangements upon arriving in the morning is HORRIBLE especially during breakfast! I read in the handbook that breakfast is supposed to be served in class (which perfect sense and would be ideal ). However, they had two breakfast lines one for carpool (which was outrageously long) and one for the bus riders (which very short). I have yet to understand the need for two lines based on your access to school means of transportation! The kids who chose not to eat had to sit on the stage (which was overcrowded, unsafe (esp. for Pre K & Kindergarten) and very inappropriate! The staff stated that the kids were not allowed to go to their classrooms until 07:35a, so meanwhile, they had to wait in the cafeteria. When 07:35 arrived to release the kids to class, it was BEYOND HORRIFYING! Kids were yelling, running and trampling over other kids to get to class, which was unsafe, disorganized, and disorderly. I was scared myself as I almost got knocked down several times! I don't like to be rude but whoever is running this school needs to be FIRED ASAP (or I will have to initiate a petition)! I am a firm believer that you can easily tell the level of class, professionalism, integrity, knowledge as well as the mindset of the (boss/person calling the shots) based on how their establishment, business, functions, events, or school operates!
- submitted by a parent