This was my old school when I was a kid and I love it. When my child got the opportunity to go to the same school as me I got excited. But then sadly got disappointing in the morning the kids don't get to go in beyond the gate until five minutes before the bell begins not very safe for us working parents that drop them off earlier. Rolling backpacks need to be carried in they are expected to read and maintain AR points which is great and awesome but they get no library time to get the books they require and lastly it kind of feels like the parent is doing the teachers work my child's sentences were denied because there was a missing period on one of the sentences. I spoke to the teacher she said I needed to take the time to read the sentences that she has so many kids she doesn't have time to read them all. So if they are missing spelling and periods she will reject it. I don't know maybe she is right maybe I do need to spend more time reading her sentences. Overall I'm not very impress with the school a school I had many wonderful memories when I was a kid.
Vineland Elementary School is a public middle school in Baldwin Park. The principal of Vineland Elementary School is Laura Rodriguez and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 886 children attend Vineland Elementary School and identify mostly as Hispanic, Asian, and Filipino. 44% of the Vineland Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 91% of the 886 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Vineland Elementary School is 21:1. St. John The Baptist is one of the nearest middle schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.5%||0.2%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||19218%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||91%||58%|
|Limited English proficiency||44%||31%|
My child attended the kindergarten and half of the first grade here. Overall the kindergarten was great. However starting from the 1st grade the kids all of sudden became pretty bad mannered. Somehow the teacher wasn't able to motivate the kids to go further. Besides every morning the school refused to open the door for kids to enter before 8 00 a.m. All the kids were pushed outside of the gate. It's challenging for the working parents to feel safe to leave the kids before the school starts every morning.
this was my elemetary school when i was little I am know 22 and a succesful woman all because of all the great faculty at this marvelous school!!!!
My child is a student in a pre-school special education class and though it's only two days a week; it's done wonders and his teacher is excellent!