Make it only lashes out when provoked however when I had to sign a release and allow them to put hands on my son I get letters saying that they asked my son what why he did it however there's never filled in meaning they never bothered to take the time to listen to my child and not let him find his words they just punish him
They can't claim to specialize with kids with special needs but they specialize in calling the parents they have no real special education or seem so with children with special needs lack of connection lack of empathy lack of caring I was forced to take my child here when I didn't want to because they had a program in Federal Way didn't at the end of the day I hate the school teachers hate the staff and so does my son don't take your kid here whether normal or special needs
It is painfully clear that several reviews here were written by the same individual, a dis-service to this site. this site. I could understand if someone posted a new review every year (if opinions changed over time), but three of those reviews were posted in the same month by the same person. Second, many of the reviews here paint all Kilo teachers with the same jaded brush. This is not fair to the dedicated, hardworking teachers I know at Kilo. I actually attended Kilo as a youth and my child attends Kilo now. My personal experience at Kilo was off-the-charts positive. Some of my teachers are still there today and I have nothing but good to say about them. Ms. Owsley is fantastic. And you would be hard-pressed to find a better teacher than Anthony Haver. These are just two examples. My several interactions with new teachers were positive. Even without knowing them well yet, it s clear that educators like Jeremy Bort are doing some things very, very right. I look forward to getting to know more teachers; if my impressions change over time, I will be sure to post another review to help others. But look for it in a year (not two more reviews from me this month!).