I went to this school in fourth grade. I did not like it. There was a lot of bullying and no one did anything about it. Thats why i left the school.
Lynn Wood Elementary School is a public elementary school in Broken Arrow. The principal of Lynn Wood Elementary School is Lance Crawley. 495 students go to Lynn Wood Elementary School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Native American or Native Alaskan; and Black, non-Hispanic. 59% of the 495 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Lynn Wood Elementary School is 17:1. New Covenant Academy is one of the nearest elementary schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||7%||10%|
|American Indian/Alaskan Native||5%||%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.4%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||59%||40%|
My 5th grader has attended this school since Kindergarten. My first grader started in kindergarten as well. I attended the shool in first grade in 1983. I love this school. The school has respect policies that include knocking on the door and waiting for it to be answered. Using manners in all situations. They have zero tolerance for bad language or behavior. It is a fabulous eniroment. Some of the teachers have been there since it began. I plan on my First grader staying there until fifth grade as well. I love Lynn Wood
This school is highly unorganized and fails at effective communication between parents and teaching staff. My child thoroughly does not enjoy attending this school and his teacher has not made any effort to form a connection. The principal is blind to her staff's obvious flaws and continues to allow illequipt teachers to influence our children. Can't wait to transfer!
I really love this school. The teachers actually love and care about the children's well being. My children enjoy the school and everything about it. I have recieved services for my children which is greatly needed. All in all the school has a safe enviornment.
My son just absolutely loved this school. Everyone of his teachers were very hard working. They spend many hours outside of their contract day working on finding ways to motivate the children and grading papers and calling parents to keep in touch.