they need to do better when it comes to the bus middle school kids should not be be on the bus with elementary school kids. there should be separate busing. it is sad how they act on the bus. children getting hurt and nothing to me is being done. you report it and the same thing keeps on happening. what about the safety for our children.
Reid Park Elementry is a public elementary school in Charlotte. The principal of Reid Park Elementry is James T. Garvin, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 754 children attend Reid Park Elementry and identify mostly as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian. 100% of the 754 students here get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Reid Park Elementry is 13:1. Barringer Academic Center is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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This is the worst school in mecklenberg county. My daughter was enrolled there and honestly i wish i wouldn't have put her there. The teacher she had was horrible didn't help or explain anything. The staff is worse they still have not sent all her required paper work to her new school and its been a month. Honestly the school needs to be closed
If parents have a choice of where to send their children I would not recommend this school. The principal and assistant are very harsh towards the students and instructs the staff to be harsh as well. The principal is very unprofessional with the staff and some parents. Children are constantly moved from teacher to teacher and do not gain a sense of belonging and therefore do not perform well. Children recieve some music etc. but are usually forced to mixed classes because of staff absences. Students had little or no exposure to technology. I would not recommend this school if the option is available to go elsewhere.
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