I went today at noon to see this school and it's okey I didn't see a library or a computer lab so I asumme that they don't have them in this school. And when I was walking back to my car in a full parking lot there were students from second or third grade were playing in the parking because they don't have a playground that's what one of the teachers told me. I don't know other parents but the idea of having my child playing in a parking lot freaks me out. I went to constellation in Stockyard and at least they have a playground and I'm not sure but they have more kindergarden rooms extracurricular activities and the principal show me every corner in the school.
Constellation Schools: Madison Community Elementar is a charter middle school in Cleveland. The principal of Constellation Schools: Madison Community Elementar is Ms. Melissa A. Rice, whose e-mail is Rice.email@example.com. 70 students go to Constellation Schools: Madison Community Elementar and identify primarily as Multiracial; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 82% of the 70 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 95% have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Constellation Schools: Madison Community Elementar is 17:1. Marion C Seltzer Elementary School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Excellent school compared to privite.
The Cleveland public schools may be aweful but this school has too many flaws too. The staff and teachers are very unprofessional and my 3rd graders work is that of a first grade level. I will be taking my son out of this school and transfering him to a private school this month.
In my neighborhood this school is much better then the cleveland school my kids would go to. Great teachers!
Great teachers who work hard every day to help my children!