Schley County is going downhill. Its all about teaching to the test and in the end kids are missing out on being kids.
Schley County Elementary School is a public elementary school in Ellaville. The principal of Schley County Elementary School is Melody Murray, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 679 students attend Schley County Elementary School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 0% of the Schley County Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 51% of the 679 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 61% get reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Schley County Elementary School is 14:1. Sumter County Primary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Schley County Schools have met AYP (Annual Yearly Progress) for 4 years. We are one of a few schools in Georgia to do so.
Our kids are actually 'out of county' kids which is why we really appreciate the quality of education our kids are receiving. The teachers and staff are very friendly and helpful. These people are very concerned for our childrens' educational welfare. Also they do make learning fun.
I'm very please with the teachers and the rest of the staff at this school jasmine love to go to school everyday. She are learning at a very fast pace thanks to a teacher that cares. This school are wonderful and I recommend anyone to enroll there child. The staff makes you feel welcome.
My husband and I have been very pleased with the school system. Our son had a great year last year! His teacher helped him to 'fit' in with the other children and was attentive to his academic needs. The principal and facality all make you feel welcome when you visit the school. Kevin and Emilie Wille
We just moved into the area and the system about 5 months ago and we could not be happier with our son's transition performance and overall well- being in this system! His teachers have time for him and with the small class populations he is allowed to work in a setting where he does not feel pressured.