Thank you so much Mrs. Wall! for another amazing year. For the second times I see great progress in my kids learning as their scores improved significantly from when they start at the beging of the year compare to the end of the year. You are a miracle worker.
I began my experience at Paul Munro Elementary as a TDT Clinician 3 years ago. Now I’m a parent with two kids at the school soon to be three at PME. The experience at Paul Munro has been beyond amazing. It’s a remarkable school, well managed. The school Principal Mrs. Bear is an exceptional leader with high expectation for the school as well as educational standards of the school. The teachers, staffs and everyone in that building is top-notch people! Individual who care greatly about the kids succeeding and want them to do well regardless if there parent are involve or not. These individual provide a constant support for the student to succeed. They inspire love for learning, my kids love to go to school daily and upset during summer break because school is out. The guidance counselors Mr. Dechant is an exceptional human being, he work diligently to provide a friendly and a bully free atmosphere so the kids can focus on learning without other pressure in the school. Did I forget to say, the teachers are awesome. They take the time to always, yes always, involve the parents, and advise of their children's progress. They have many extracurricular activities available for the kids to help them do well. The also host many family activities throughout the year that make you feel you a part of your child learning and a part of the Paul Munro family. Before you join PME family I would advise you to take a trip to the school, so you can see for you self. You won’t be disappointed.
One of my children experienced having trouble with a subject, and she met with my child and I several times, and offered my child help after school. As a result, my child went on to be asuccessful student.
What I appreciated the most was that most of the homework that came home was practice to reinforce what they were working on at school. The homework was never treated as an introduction to a subject or skill..
There were many opportunities for my children to participate in school wide efforts to collect food for the food pantry, to collect water for hurricane victims, school supplies for local children who cannot afford supplies, , to name a few.