Fellows is a great school! I attended the school growing up and have found my sons to get the same quality education. The principal knows every child by name and I feel my kids get a very personalized education plan. They are grouped in reading and math groups by level and have the ability to succeed with their peers. PE Art Music and Media Center are incorporated each week into their learning. Parent support is great; strong PTO.
Fellows Elementary School is a public elementary school in Ames. 458 children attend Fellows Elementary School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. 15% of the 458 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Fellows Elementary School is 13:1. St Cecilia Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Fellows provides outstanding opportunities for students to become involved in their school through both academic learning and extracurricular activities. The administration is efficient and helpful and the teachers are extremely well-qualified.
The teachers are amazing! friendly and warm full of knowledge the principal has truely created a warm and inviting environment for her staff and students alike. Very hard to find this any place.
You can't ask for better teachers than what we got.
Fellows provides a challenging curriculum with outstanding teachers. It offers a well-rounded experience for the kids with many opportunities for music and art.
When I went to Fellows I was always treated with respect. I believe that the teachers and staff really care about the children and learning. They had great drama art and music programs there and many parents are involved in fundraisers as well as understanding the child's needs through parent-teacher-conferences.
Fellows School is the biggest elementary school in Ames. There are a lot of teachers to help you suceed. Even though the classes can hold a lot of people you can do great when you try. The teachers aren't always nice though. One of my brother's teachers yelled at them. Some teachers don't care if another kid has been bothering you. Some are impatient others are very sweet. It all depends. You do PE but they don't offer sports you have to do them through the city. Parents are involved in raising $$$.