This school has highs and lows. The teachers are either excellent or poor with little in between. There are classes of students who work well together and classes that terrorize each other. I have kids in both types of classes and there is a night and day difference. Bullying is an issue and overlooked a lot. The class sizes have increased by 7-10 kids in the primary classes. This makes a big difference. The excellent teachers work wonders for the school and so does their PTA. There is a lot of technology available for the kids to use. So far my children's teachers have utilized it effectively however I don't know it that is true school wide. This school has potential if your child is not in one of the rough classes. I would have to think twice before recommending it to a friend though. It would depend on the age of the student and teacher he/she was going to get.
Kosciuszko Elementary School is a public middle school in Cudahy. The principal of Kosciuszko Elementary School is Kim Berner and can be contacted at email@example.com. 314 children attend Kosciuszko Elementary School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Black, non-Hispanic. 12% of the Kosciuszko Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 62% of the 314 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Kosciuszko Elementary School is 13:1. St Pauls Lutheran School is one of the nearest middle schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||1.0%||%|
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||62%||47%|
|Limited English proficiency||12%||8%|
Great school the class sizes are small and the teachers are very caring. Lots of extracirricular activities for kids to participate in. Lots of parent involvement and fun activities planned for the school community including movie nights spaghetti dinner carnival and many others. My children enjoy going to school everyday and the teachers and principal create an amazing learning environment for the kids.
Thumbs down. Staff and the principle show lack of care for their students. The school needs a tougher policy on bullying.
Small class sizes Reading Buddies New computer lab Many teachers trained in using SMARTBoards and other technology Play Pals Homework Club Awesome library and Librarian STARS Program Reading Specialist Math Specialist Book Club/Guided Reading Get Fit Job Club Caring Principal Creative Teaching Anti-Bullying Curriculum Experienced caring teachers Breakfast and lunch programs
Kozy is awesome!! The teachers and staff are great my kids LOVE going to school everyday!!
This was the first year for my girls at Kozy (K5 K4). They LOOOVE there 'big girl' school I love the small class sizes and the teachers are very caring! As a parent I feel the future generation attending Kozy will advance farther then any other school in the district! ) I am looking forward to meeting the teachers in the years to come! The children are looking forward to the fun field trips!
My children attended Kozy for several years. The faculty has always been caring and dedicated to the kids.
The best school that has the best speech and language pathologist.
this school is a grate school
Kosciuszko is a great school academically. My daughter has learned so much more than at her previous school. My concern is that the school needs to handle the issue of bullying better. There is a high rate of bullying which is not always taken very seriously especially with relation to girls. However; many schools struggle with how to appropriately deal with the issue of bullying. Kosciuszko has a great system in place to help children keep track of assignments. Another thing that is great about Kosciuszko is that the staff acknowledges children who act appropriately and achieve academic success through quarterly award ceremonies. Overall I belive the school is pretty good. Both of my kids ages 11 and 7 attend Kosciuszko.