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April 19, 2013


April 19, 2013


this school is ripping families off,all the little children have price tags and they discriminated against a disabled child!

This school DOES NOT OFFER high tech stuff,its
for show on the news and was only used once! Building lego's and animating them etc is an after school program that cost $100's and all after school programs do at gsota..and they are LAME! My daughter hated this school they are fake and condone bullying ,even the staff are bullies..When they get caught they will take it out on your child and create problems for them and push you out of the school at any cost even to the child. They discriminate against the disabled and they won't think twice to get in your face and yell at you and attempt to hit you with pom-poms because you complain and caught them in lies. This school hires people that are not educated to work in certain positions and shouldn't be allowed around children..DO NOT send your kid here unless you want problems and drama in your life.
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Posted November 27, 2012
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Most of the school teachers are disorganized. We constantly receive papers on my child s folder that don t belong to her. The same way her homework s have been mis-placed in school and as a consequence her grades get affected. Intermediate Cluster Math teacher Patricia Hunsecker is rude, has weak communication skills and constantly humiliates some of her students. Unfortunately; I had higher expectations of the school but teachers do what they want and the school principal is not involve to lead them to the right path.
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Posted November 16, 2012
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The school offers a small familiar environment that we love. However; the school still developing and it lacks of key tools to assist parents to assist their children to succeed (i.e. parents don't know what is exactly going on in class) and poor communication. Unfortunately, the principal had poor judgment when selecting their teachers and it subsequently affects the success of our children.
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