Really Great And Safe School. When i was there my time was fun learning experience. I hope Ms. Kojayan Mr. Santoyo and & Mr.Walsh is there. My favorite teacher was Mr.Walsh because he diversified us into learning new things everyday. -William Bonilla
Shirley Avenue Elementary School is a public elementary school in Los Angeles. The principal of Shirley Avenue Elementary School is Cecilia Riquelme, who can be contacted at email@example.com. 595 students go to Shirley Avenue Elementary School and are mostly Hispanic; Asian; and Black, non-Hispanic. 30% of the Shirley Avenue Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 86% of the 595 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Shirley Avenue Elementary School is 17:1. Kirk O' the Valley School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Martial arts self defense
- P.E. classes
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||86%||75%|
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i love the teachers i don't like the campus not safe at all no super vision there the kids get so many accident there my daughter came home bleeding so many time the school campus not clean out side the school like ice cream shop closing the way and if your mom dad aunt work there your child well be happy and the rest of the kids are forgetting im sorry to say that but that is the truth the only think make me keep my daughter there is her teacher she love her teacher we try to help so many time but no answer from no one there thank u
my son goes to kindergarten and he loves his teachers Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Joyce.They are always there for him and the y maintain a good line of communication with the parents. My son is now reading and I am so proud of him. I am very happy w/this school and his teachers.
This School is Really great
Two of my children go to this school and they love it. I myself love the school and the teachers. I haven't had any problems. All of my children's teachers so far do care about their students. They contact you if they see your child isn't doing very good in any particular subject. They work with you to help your child improve. I think it's a great school.
i like my dughter's school it's verry good school i like the program they offer the student the teacher some of them are ok some of them are super nice and good like the kindergarden teacher the forth grade they have storng teacher they teach them like a higher grade then the ones they are in i love that school.
My daughter has been going to Shirley Avenue since first grade. she's in 3 grade now. I haven't had a problem with the teachers and staff. The school is improving. They remodeled the auditorium and just opened there new library. I'm very happy with this school.
Shirley Avenue is a good school in a calm neighborhood. The teachers really care about their students and do well with instruction. Unfortunately thought the school climate is not always positive. Few teachers have bad attitudes and the principal is difficult to deal with. Overall though one must remember that the way one person is does not mean everyone is like that and the teachers there should really be appreciated for their hard work.
If you live within the boundaries of this school do not send your child(ren) to this school. My wife and I have had a horrible experience at this school. The teacher my son has does not know how to teach a standard curriculum there. My daughter fortunately has a teacher that cares. The principal does not have 100% control over the operation of the school. He does not have enough staff to supervise the school and the children going to it. The school's front office staff is horrible with the exception of one person there. Do not send your child to this school. You're better off with open enrollment at another school.
Fourth graders eat lunch last and once a week the school will run out of food to feed them so they give them a piece of meat and milk. Second the school did not meet the new student enrollment by 5 students so a fourth grade classroom was closed and the remaining students were hurdled like cows into existing classrooms making it extremely overcrowded and unsafe and unhealthy for our children. Paraprofessionals are in the classroom only 1 hour and 20 minutes. Walking around in the fourth grade classrooms you have to watch where you walk or you will fall because it is extremely overcrowded.