My daughter has been in Charter schools since 4th grade. Due to ADD/ADHD she cannot learn in a regular classroom setting and has had more success in the Charter School System. Before attending George I. Sanchez I toured the school. I don't know what the other community member was talking about, but I did see a library and a computer lab. I also saw science labs and small classrooms. My daughter took a computer media class while attending and had an overall good experience and exposure to a culture other than her own.
There are absolutely zero consequences for student misbehavior. No one is running the ship. Students are disrespectful and unprepared and get away with whatever they want. They don't invest in their learning and they don't come prepared. They are all extremely low level and test scores are pitiful.
School has no library, no computer lab, weak and limited extracurricular activities, and a huge staff comprised of more support personnel than teachers. It's pretty small, with an enrollment of well under 1k and that's MS and HS combined, so it's unclear why all this staff is necessary but the result is a detriment to instruction and academics. There are limited resources and little money to secure any. How does a school contend it is serving the needs of the students if they can't have access to a computer lab and a library??