Both of my boys attend Robinwood Elementary. My oldest son has been going there since he was in second grade(he's now a soon to be middle schooler) and my youngest son started going there when he was in kindergarten. I do not have any bad things to say about this school. The teachers are friendly patient and knowledgeable. You can tell that they care about the kids. I receive feedback from my children's teacher periodically on how my children performance in class. The principal is amazing - she has control over the kids and you can tell by the enviornment and the kids behavior. She is a go-getter a resolver. She gets the job done when it needs to be done. The school environment is warm and safe. I have not once had a issue with the teachers principals children and the parents. I will recommend this school to anyone. My youngest son participates in the IEP program. Kudos to his teacher and the speech therapies. My son know reads on a 2nd-3rd grade level(he's only in the 1st grade) and pronunciate his words with ease. His confidence level when reading and talking is now throught the roof.
Robinwood Elementary School is a public middle school in Florissant. The principal of Robinwood Elementary School is Ms. Kerry McDaniel and can be contacted at Kmcdaniel@Fergflor.K12.Mo.Us. 402 students go to Robinwood Elementary School and are mostly Black, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and White, non-Hispanic. 75% of the 402 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Robinwood Elementary School is 16:1. North County Christian School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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3 of my children have attended this school and i would not recommend this school to anyone. They have some good teachers but unfortunately my last child did not receive any of them. The principal did not work well with parents. This year they are getting a different principal and i hope she does a better job listening to the concerns of the parents. I believe the teachers need to take diversity classes and learn age appropriateness. My childs 1st grade teacher wrote my child up for breaking his pencil in half. Wrote me a long letter telling me how inappriate the action was and how a broken pencil is dangerous and can be used as a weapon. Not because he broke it and threatened someone but just because he broke it. I'm thinking lady he's 6.
I live in west county and my Grand Daughter attends Robinwood school. The Principal Teachers and Staff are as competent and caring as I have seen in public schools. The school is not as "fancy" as other schools but presents a learning enviroment in a school where the children are loved. I would reccommend this school to anyone.
Because my child is Autistic with hearing impaired and just transferred to this school and they are doing everything possible to help her with her needs.
Two out of three of my children have gone and are in the Robinwood School. Robinwood is a great school with excellent staff. The principal and staff are willing to go over and beyond to make sure your child gets and receives the extra help that they may need to help them to succeed. I have been very pleased with this Ferguson-Florissant School and how it has been ran.
All 3 of my children attend Robinwood Elementary. The school has concerned qualified friendly teachers and staff. They are very welcoming and understanding. My kids have had great experiences at this school.