Heiman Elementary School has a good staff. Although English is not the mother- language for my kids but I found Wonderful care to help them to overcome this issue . in fact I'm glad my kids study here.
Heiman Elementary School is a public elementary school in Evans. 690 children attend Heiman Elementary School and identify mostly as Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 56% of the 690 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Heiman Elementary School is 20:1. Monfort Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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My daughter had first grade here and after she got over her shyness she ended up loving it here. The teachers are very friendly and willing to help. In the area this is one of the better schools.
The school is great. the principal and teachers are engaged and passionate about what they do. I have three children in the school now and wouldn't change that for any other school in Greeley!
Ann K. Heiman has a great staff and dedicated enthusiastic loving environment. This is a Great School and a hidden gem!! My children are excelling and growing at this wonderful school. As an parent and former teacher I am extremely pleased with this public school!
When we first moved to the area and discovered Ann Heiman was to be our daughter's school I admit to being a little discouraged by the schools poor ratings and also the high student/teacher ratio. But I have been anything but disappointed with this school! The school provides a warm caring teaching environment and the progress my daughter has made since starting in January has been remarkable - biggest marked improvement being her reading and math comprehension. Like others have noted I'd be happy to see a little more homework but I have complete confidence that they cover so much in their work day that it doesn't actually warrant a whole lot of homework. However the teachers weekly newsletter explains what your child has been learning that week and provides useful suggestion for projects you can do at home with your child should you feel compelled to.
I have nothing to say about Heiman but good. The teachers are great. My son went from reading below second grade level to reading above second grade level by third quarter.
My son started kindergarten reading adding and subtracting. After a year at this school he could no longer read or add. He had no homework at all the entire year. I was very disapointed. We are choosing to home school next year.
The quality of the programs at this school is terrible. The children aren't tested have virtually no homework and are doing terribly on the state tests