This school is terrible DO NOT PUT YOUR CHILDREN IN THIS SCHOOL! This is not a joke. Principle Williams poorly manages this school. This school is just a stop pit for some of these staffers until they receive their next school asignment. Pushing programs and not teaching the children is just shamful. if you speak up for your child your labeled as a trouble maker.
Statesville Road Elementary is a public elementary school in Charlotte. The principal of Statesville Road Elementary is Ms Tangela Williams, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 573 students attend Statesville Road Elementary and identify primarily as Black, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and White, non-Hispanic. 94% of the 573 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Statesville Road Elementary is 13:1. Brisbane Academy is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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my daughter attends this school. it is very poorly managed has poor leadership skills i highly recommend you find another school for your precious child to attend
My son goes there Im not very happy with the teachers. They have no control over the classes. Im not sure if the classes are to large for them or they just dont care. I actually set in on my sons second grade class and wittnessed the children disrespecting the teacher and and running around and the teacher did nothing.
My children are doing very well at this school. Last year they attended Mallard Creek and are doing much better at this school. I highly recommend it for anyone searching to give this school a chance!
My mom went there my sister and I went there now my 2 children are attending this school. There have been a lot of changes that I am not too happy with but then that is not limited to Statesville Road. But Statesville Road is a fairly good school. They reward the children and keep them motivated and that keeps the kids wanting to go to school.
I have two granddaughters at Statesville Rd. My daughter went there in kindergarten and first grade. That was in 1994 and some of the same wonderful teachers are still there. They are very caring people and I wish we could lure more qualified people like them.