My son (in 6th grade) moved into this school a few weeks into the school year and has loved it. He feels like he is being challenged more than he was at his school in the Eagle mountain Saginaw District, which he loves. I have been met with friendliness and so far everything has been a great experience for my family. He loves the AP classes but was disappointed there were no art classes.
My daughter is in the fifth grade and has only been going to this school for three weeks. I went CISD website and read their anti-bullying policies and what they do to prevent it, but that is all a lie. My daughter has been bullied to tears already. The school staff knows about it, and has done nothing. I plan to take legal action this week if they don't put a stop to it.
Both of my children attended this school. One in Sixth grade and one in fifth grade. They loved it. Loved their teachers and loved the school. Each child excelled from attending this wonderful school.
The first for sue crouch was outstanding but changes to the other elementary school forced many changes here. Last years principal left and the vice principal moved up. Lots of change not for the good, many problems and lack of communication. Lots of behavior problems and it is not as safe. Lots of people pulling children out to go to private schools. Disappointed in the poor state of schools in this area.
We moved to Texas, and to the Crowley school district, after spending 7 months researching and comparing schools in 10 different states. We moved here from Las Vegas, Nevada and we could have moved anywhere in the U.S. Sue Crouch Imermediate and the school my son attended in Las Vegas don't compare, the difference is like night and day. I'm completely impressed with the team concept, the discipline standards, the placement of the 5th and 6th graders only together, and the two vice principals selected to identify and treat problems. I am also very impressed with the teachers and the structure of the classes and the classroom assignments. When you come from a district that's so far behind Crowley it's easy to make these comparisons.
The opening of this new intermediate school in 2006-2007 was what I've hoped for in a school for a long time. The kids were treated as a mature group of students which helped prepare them for middle school. The staff was awesome and gave 100% plus to their education. I will miss the schools talent to perform as a whole team not just individuals or grades.
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