CRE has been on the decline and parents need to be listened too to make holistic approaches. I will not allow my children to be in the mist of their chaos.
Clackamas River Elementary School is a public elementary school in Estacada. 325 students go to Clackamas River Elementary School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 55% of the 325 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Clackamas River Elementary School is 19:1. River Mill Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||55%||39%|
CRE is absolutely the BEST school in our district. We have an amazing team of teachers staff volunteers parents and students who genuinely care about our kids and their education!
Clackamas River Elementary School has teachers that truely teach because they love children and they want to make a difference in their lives.
Clackamas River has it together! They are very patient with my children and one of them has ADHD! It is a great school!
So far so good. My daughter just started kindergarten at Clackamas River Elementary and we are having a great time.
My youngest son attends Clackamas River and I have found the teachers to be fresh and excited to be teaching and very positive.
In a small community this school makes sure that all children get what they need in every way.
I would advise parents to check out other schools before assuming your child is attending a good one.
If you have a child with different needs this is not the school for you. The administration supports children that fit into their mold.
I am disappointed with the changes that have occurred at EGS and the District in the past 2-3 years. It seems that administration has forgotten that if a child fails they have failed. I am one of those parents that feels that the school blames me for my child's academic difficulties. If I thought I would be a good teacher I would have applied for the job. Parenting involves some assistance with homework etc. but should not involve trying to deciper what the child's homework assignment is. Children grade each other's math work. This is unacceptable. What is the teacher doing? More than 5 children tell me teachers are at their computers most of the day with the screen hidden from view. They make the child wait until they are finished before answering a question. Also where are those accident slips we used to get when a child has been injured at school? Some children feel ignored when trying to report an incident. I expect more from a public school. The inequality of treatment for students who are favored because they have parents able to be involved and spend money and those who do not will show in the future. About the time these teachers are entering their golden years. Will they still be golden years then?
My impression of this school is that the students truly come first. From the principal to the teachers they are extremely accsseable. My son was a kindrgartener this year. When entering school he was reading at third grade level comprehension 2nd grade. Math at 2nd grade. The school did not make any knee jerk reactions but worked with him moving him slowly. They wanted to make sure what was best for my son. And considered more than just academics. He was moved to first grade and absolutley loves school. He gets upset when he can't go. He does not look forward to breaks or days off. Thank You to all at his school.
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