Schultz has been both a positive, and academically successful environment for both of our children. We have one that just graduated from Schultz, and one still attending. They both love this school! I have been a volunteer there for the past 6 years, and am amazed at the dedication I see every year, without fail, that the staff gives to every child. I am constantly reminded by the caring, supportive, and educated staff that we couldn't have chosen a better place for our children.
great children & parents hard working teachers supportive staff longevity of staff - same close family each year EXEMPLARY campus great place to learn!
Schultz is a fabulous school with caring Staff and Adminastration. The teachers are great and caring. The school offers many extra activities for the students, such as various clubs, choir, orfrestra, to name a few. The teacher challege the students acedemically as well as enstilling positve character values. The school encourages the students to be the best they can be. The have recently added an aftger school care program, staffed by teachers. I am proud that my children are Schultz Shining Eagles.
I love Schultz Elem. my son has gone there since Kindergarten and my daughter will go there once she starts school. The enviroment there is very friendly and inviting. All the teachers and the rest of the faculty are a fabulous bunch of people they all work well together and have a real love for teaching our babies and making them loved and successful.
I am a volunteer at the school and I love it ! Schultz is a fabulous school with wonderful teachers who "LOVE" to teach. The teachers and staff care about the children and their well being but challenge the students academically. I am proud to say that my daughter is a Schultz Eagle !
My children are students at Schultz, and I have to say not only do they love their school, but they are getting a quality education. Their teachers are very caring and are doing a great job teaching them. The new principal is absolutely wonderful. She is young, dynamic, and the kids really love her. She is able to communicate with them as well as with parents. I'm very pleased with this school. I wish my childern could stay there forever!
After relocating from California It was difficult to stablish a new life in a different state thanks to Schultz Elementary my children didn't have to deal with the difficult change this school welcome them and help them with the change.
Schultz is an average school with some awesome teacher's and some very unprofessional teachers. The principal is very ridgid and won't adapt to change. Parents cannot attend school parties because of a past custody issue. There is little regard for safety at this school. There is no fence on Willow Forest Dr surrounding the playground to prevent children from running into the street. I always see children too close to the road while driving thru the neighborhood. No afterschool programs or daycare here. Important notes such as a medical release or change in transportation are not checked in the folders on a daily basis like in Conroe and Tomball ISD. It is up to the student to remember he/she has a note. This is a recipe for disaster. I have experienced dishonesty among several teachers and noted it to the principal. The issue was ignored and no apology given to me.
My two daughters go here, I have to say I love how they helped my Dyslexic child. She is doing soo well with what they have done for her.
I have been very happy to have my kids at this school. It is obvious that the students are the #1 priority. The office staff is warm and welcoming, and the principals are accessible to the parents and the kids. The teachers I have seen and heard about are outstanding! They are very nurturing and seem to really care about their students. Parent involvement is weak, but most of the families in this area have both parents working and there aren't that many available to help during the school day. There is a core group of moms who volunteer often. This school has a program for parents/grandparents to tutor or mentor students who need extra help. The librarian has a great summer program for the kids and it is always well-attended. Schultz is a great school with lots of support for the students!
First I have to disagree with some of the other postings. The principle does Not rule the school with an iron fist or they would still be using corporal punishment. Some of the staff could use changing, including some of the teachers. I am an involved parent, when the teacher will let me be one. Teachers can't count on the parents for help, if they dont communicate with them and let them know when things are wrong. Our sons grades went from 80's to 50's within one six week period, and we found out his grades were sliding at an AARD meeting right before the report cards came out. His teacher Never notified us, even though she has had my email address and phone number since the first day of school.
Level of parent involvement is bad, the teachers don't communicate well with the parents. They are more concerned with the test scores than how the children are doing and receiving the work and push them to hard. The school needs a fence for safety of our children playing at recess.
A school should be judged by the children, not test scores; this school emphasizes test scores & school ratings too much. I have 2 children who have attended this school, and it depends on the teacher they have how their school year will be. The extracurricular activities are geared toward older, above average students; there doesn't seem to be much for the younger, average child to participate in (most things seem to be done this way). I also would think by now there would be a before or after school program because of the lack of daycare in this area.
Schultz would be an excellent school, if it only had a different principal. The current principal rules with an iron fist and sets many harsh policies. Otherwise, this would be the banner of elementary schools.
As a teacher in Michigan and the grandmother of one of your now 3rd grade students, I had the priviledge of visiting your school during the summer reading program. This program is a terrific way to encourage children to continue to read all summer. My Grandson looked forward to each Wednesday when we could go to school and check out new books. Mrs. Darling and her staff were very helpful and friendly. I also had the opportunity to work with my Grandson on the summer packet. What a great way to help children stay sharp over the summer! Kudos to the third grade reading program to receive Exemplary status on the state test!!! I am thrilled to have my Grandson attend such a wonderful school with such a dedicated and caring staff.
I also think Schultz is a very good school, however I do think there is always room for improvement! I do think the school yard should be fenced in, the playground is right next to the street! Some of their policies are a little stiff, like not being able to speak to the child across the table during lunch?! My son is in 2nd grade and has had a few great teachers and an overall pretty good experience. I do also think with the constant fund-raising they could direct some of the money for some extra-curricular activities for the children!
This is a good, if your lucky enough to get a great teacher. My daughter had a wonderful 1st grade teacher that any student would be lucky to have. She is the kind of teacher that you will remember the rest of your life. As far as extra activities in the school, no there is not much offered. My biggest issue is that I feel the school yard needs to be fenced in, they need a gym and if your lucky enough to get to be a stay home mom unlike me, the quality of daycare is hard to find for afterschool pick up. I feel that the school district does not help working parents with daycare issues. Four of the second grade classes are outside. If the school yard was fenced in this might add a little more saftey. The teachers do sometimes seem like they have too much of a load on them with the new TAKS testing, every minute is spent studing for TAKs and sometimes I think I even forget my daughter is in elementary school. The principal reminds you of your normal elementary school principal, the smiley face, the general 'good morning children' , ect. I have never had the chance to meet her personaly, but have not heard any negative things about her. If Schultz was not so over crowed, and let the kids be kids and not so much TAK< TAK< TAK and be more working parent friendly, that would make me a little more happy.
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