No title by Troy Clayton, a parent on Jun 14, 2006
The quality of you children s education is directly related to your willingness to support the programs the school offers. There is help available in all subjects and after school programs almost every day that are staffed... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a parent on May 14, 2006
Instruction is so focused on bringing everyone along for the SOLs that it moves very slowly and those lessons are reviewed ad nauseum. But other schools may be doing the same thing. I give the school... provided bygreatschools.net
No title by a parent on Mar 14, 2006
The administration of this school is quite lacking. The school has a slogan 'Where Children Come First' but their actions don't add up to this slogan. You will be okay if you get a good teacher and don't have to deal w/ the... provided bygreatschools.net
True Growth by Mary F. on Oct 7, 2005
This elementary school is set up properly for safety for all ages. Unlike some schools in our country, this one truly teaches children how to grow emotionally and in wisdom. The teachers go beyond their county guide lines,... provided byinsiderpages.com
No title by a parent on Jul 15, 2005
What I do not get is that for the most part the child can be doing well in one area (non-verbal skills) but their other skills are not so great and the county does not want to help. . ... provided bygreatschools.net
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