My daughter is a 6th grader (all 7 years at Midas Creek) my son is a 3rd grader, and my other daughter will be in Kindergarten. To me it seems that the teachers, staff and administration at Midas Creek want every child to succeed. The teachers collaborate together within the grades, every Tuesday to make sure that as a grade they are covering the benchmark levels needed for the students to find success. The Leader In Me program is out in front and the students show respect and awareness to people and events going on around them. All Around A Great School.
Had a poor experience with my Kindergartener here last fall. An overwhelmed teacher with little skills to contain & direct five year old energy in a large class. Found that my child was being yelled at and embarrassed in class by the teacher after it had been going on for months. I never knew what was going on in the class even though I was as involved as I could be. My concerns were ignored by the principal.
Not a bad school, but it does not compare to our childrens' previous school in Granite School District. They are not challenged and have nothing for children that are "above average". They just sit in class, bored out of their minds, with no work to help push them. Rarely sent home with homework.....in any grade level.