My school is the "Best Little School" in Carson! We are a small school in our community that has been working hard to succeed. We are so fortunate to have a hard working principal who strives everyday to inspire our students to become great in school and someday become leaders of our country. We also have a caring team of teachers and staff who foster the love of learning in our students. Look out neighboring schools! We are growing!
Bonita Street Elementary School is a public elementary school in Carson. The principal of Bonita Street Elementary School is Rene Chavez and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 480 students go to Bonita Street Elementary School and identify as Asian/Pacific Islander; Pacific Islander; and White, non-Hispanic. 18% of the Bonita Street Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 71% of the 480 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Bonita Street Elementary School is 17:1. Carson Montessori Academy is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||6%||646343%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||1%||0.3%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||71%||75%|
|Limited English proficiency||18%||32%|
Bonita Elementry School has changed so much. I think since Mr. Chavez came on board as the principle he has done so many changes(better). Yes I think it still has some inprovments to be made. Teachers are great. Staff team are very helpful they are always there when you need them. Great school )
This school believes that it is ok for students to bully and assult others they reward them with trash pickup even after LAUSD guidelines say that the student should be suspended!!!!! My son was a victim of bullying and assult and this school did nothing about it! I want parents to be aware of what goes on here! Maybe I can be the voice for all the other kids that this happens to and nothing is done about it!!!! I am not stopping here I received no satisfaction from local district 8 operations coordinator I am filing a police report with the local police as well as the school police I will be at every tea time that the principal has each month to address this situation!!!!!!
This was the best elementry school i went to im across im at Carnegie see you guys next year SCRUBS lol joking This will be the best school youll attend
The academic programs at this school are pretty good. I believe that they take time to spend on each subject matter in a fair way. However I am not satisfied with the amount of homework given I think that my child as a first grader can do more and the work that he gets is quite simple and he has done more challenging work in Kindergarden (at a private school). At his grade level there is not much sports or music available but I do see a lot of children that carry instruments to school. I would prefer that the parent involvement would be greater by maybe the prinicpal teachers counselors & other staff making more programs available like parent group sessions.
Parent involvement is mediocre and the availability of music art sports etc. is close to none. Academically there are some teachers that truly challenge the kids and then there are some who leave it up to the parents to often teach their child; which is sometimes frustrating considering some of us haven't seen a math problem in many years.
Good school that needs more support from the parents and community.
My kids have attended Bonita Street School for about three years and I believe it has been a great experience for them. My son has attended Bonita since the 3rd grade and my daughter has attended since pre-K and all of their teachers have shown nothing but dedication and interest in my kid's education. I love the fact that this school is so culturally diverse.
My kids and I are new to this school. We absolutely love the teachers. They all seem to be committed to teaching the kids and to making the most of the classroom time and instruction. My son's 1st grade teacher noticed he was having a hard time adjusting to the new school. The teacher called us up over the winter break and invited us to the zoo. That really helped break the ice for my son. All the teachers at Bonita seem to be just as dedicated. I only wish there were more parent volunteers and that the administrative staff was more attentive.