I would recommend this school over any around us School is over today and my child is crying because he will miss his teacher. It really moved me in a good way because last year he was happy it was over. I want to thank Mrs Bridgtons D1 First grade class she was the best. She made learning fun for my son and also gave him the and the children in his class time to show them the way to do it. Thank you Mrs Bridgton And all staff because I was well treated everytime I was around. Iam excited next year where my last baby will end up in prek I know it will be a great year. Cindy
Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr Elementary School is a public elementary school in Cockrell Hill. The principal of Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr Elementary School is ANGEL MCKOY and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 701 students go to Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr Elementary School and identify as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 60% of the Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 93% of the 701 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 96% are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Celestino Mauricio Soto Jr Elementary School is 17:1. Santa Clara of Assisi School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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The school used to be really good when it opened a couple of years ago but now there is so much to work on. For example the teachers do not have time to teach children. Kids grade their own assignments no one in the front office knows what is going on they do not get back with you the principle never has time with parents in fact she is hardly around in activites. By the way there used to be many after school clubs and now there are hardly any...and the few that are still there they are not supported by the principle she doesn't even show up to show her support for the students. As a parent I only credit the teachers for the success of these students They are the ones doing all the work and I think that they deserve more recognition and than what they get now.
Teachers expect the students to grade their work. So how are they to know if a student needs extra help on certain subjects? The principal never has time to meet with parents. I tried talking to her once I was in the middle of a sentence when she said "i have to go"..
Great teachers. Tearchers at Soto are what make a difference in the school. They are very caring and demonstrate concern for students. School is very clean and organized.
Excellent Principal and Staff
The staff is excellent. The teachers are fantastic. They are preparing the kids for more than just standardized testing. They are teaching them how to be responsible and respectufl citizens all the while making sure they arecollege ready.
At soto we have only the best the children are truly put first above any thing else. I see that from each pearson that works in the school from the principal to the costadians. I cant say enough about the staff and how they only wont the best for the children.
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