The lack of care and insincerity is incredible. My son was being bullied by another student in his class last year. He told me what was going on and I addressed the issue with his teacher Ms. Hecheverria and she got the principle at the time Ms. Windsor involved and the issues stopped. To my surprise when this school year started he was placed in the same class with the bully not only him but another student with the same bully issues as well. The "new" adminstration of Ms. Nu ez was fully aware of this yet failed to advise the teacher and placed him in the same class. When I addressed Ms. Nu ez she advised me that I had to wait as it was the first day of school and it was chaotic for them. Not satisfied with her reply I left the school and came back when all the parents were gone and was calmer. So I went to the office to speak with her she did not address me directly instead sent her response with an officer worker. Not sure how the superintendent selects his principles but he needs to think about this one. We are trusting our children to be taken care of not to knowingly be placed in hands of bullies when the school is very aware of the situation.
John G. Dupuis Elementary School is a public elementary school in Hialeah. The principal of John G. Dupuis Elementary School is MS. CLAUDINE WINSOR, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 684 students attend John G. Dupuis Elementary School and identify as Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and White, non-Hispanic. 55% of the John G. Dupuis Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 90% of the 684 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at John G. Dupuis Elementary School is 14:1. Kids Playhouse Child Care Center is one of the nearest elementary schools.
- P.E. classes
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.5%||0.07%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||0.03%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||90%||74%|
|Limited English proficiency||55%||21%|
There are a few great teachers at this school but are overshadowed by the poor administration. Nepotism and hypocrisy is rampant in the administration.
I have one child in the school and I find the teachers to be extremely dedicated. There is very little to no parental involvement. The principal and vice principal are too busy with FCAT to allow any extra curricular activities such as field trips. Other schools go to the theatre bowling and even skating at the end of the school year...none of that here. Events end up cancelled or postponed at the last minute. Yearbooks are scarce meaning some years didn't even get one.
The school does not have many fund raisers for after hours at the school itself I have never been invited to visit my daughters classroom for an open house. She has never gone on a field trip with her 1st grade class. No idea when the children are due their report cards. My daughter does not speak Spanish at all however she is placed in a Spanish for Spanish speakers class. This is very unfair.
The Administration still has not imroved at our school. It still is not a very parent friendly school. The cafeteria workers do not speak english so if you have an english speaking child........your english speaking child will be placed in an esol spanish class because the regular spanish class is set up for spanish speaking students only. I stay because dispite these opionions of mine I love the teachers. Both of my children adore all the teachers they come in contact with daily. I stay purely for this reason. The teaching staff is amazing.
Teachers are wonderful but administration it not parent friendly. No activities or field trips allowed because the children can only think FCAT!
I'm a business woman that manages to take my daughter everyday to school to ensure that my daughter knows that I'm involved in her daily school functions. She is now on her second year with this school and it is important to me that I take her to school personally and spending quality time during breakfast time (reading studying reviewing class assignment). I work long hours and travel on business. My business scheduled revolves around her school. But day by day the school is becoming more rediculious- I'm 100% forward the security precautions that you are needed to make secure that our children are safety but this wonderful school is becoming a prison/bootcamp.
This is a great school. The teachers really tey to bring out the intelligence some kids think they dont have. Some kids are stubborn and misbehaved but teachers try to improve their behavior. I hope any parent searching for a good public elementary school enrolls their child here. I'm a former student and wish that I could go back to fifth grade to be with my classmates and my fave teacher Mrs. Adis Garcia or Mr. Wood.
This school needs to improve the activities for the children. It need to be more clean and neat. Give the student more motivation and more discipline in the cafeteria.
It has been my experience most of the teachers at DuPuis go the extra mile to help their students. They have tutorial programs before and after school and even on Saturday mornings to assist students with any deficiencies.
It has been my experience that the teachers are extremely dedicated to the success of their students...they teach with heart and determination. They also have an exceptional special education department. One major disadvantage I have come across is the lack of parent involvement.