My eldest daughter attended Lugo grades 1 through 5 and in that time the school had three principals. Instruction was always geared towards the CST. There were no aspects of a "well-rounded" education. In her 5th grade year she did not learn about U.S. history science or other topics of study. Classroom instruction and homework was always centered on questions covered in the CST. I was teaching my daughter topics she should have been learning in school because this Title I school is so under performing. Leadership is non-existant teachers are content to just follow the agenda from the principal and kids are not challenged. I eventually pulled her out of Lynwood Unified and enrolled her into West Middle School in the Downey Unified School District. The difference was night and day. A varied curriculum involved teachers and constant communication from school staff & administrators. She is now a 7th grader and taking Algebra 1 on the West TV production staff and was the top 6th grade science student. Any parent thinking about enrolling their child in this or any Lynwood Unified school would be committing an act of child cruelty. Sincerely Wayne B. Bergeron Sr.
Lugo Elementary School is a public elementary school in Lynwood. The principal of Lugo Elementary School is Georgina Paul and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 492 students attend Lugo Elementary School and identify mostly as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Unspecified. 48% of the Lugo Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 75% of the 492 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Lugo Elementary School is 16:1. Will Rogers Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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hi..my name is Abel Carrillo my two youngest dughters just startedgoing to this school as their firsst school of their life im sure they never gonna forget this time of their life...they are in 1st grade..i hope they getalong with every one of their mates...im so happy and they arfe so happy to...thank you for reading this..god bles you
I went to Lugo Elementary and Graduated from the 6th grade.This school taught me a lot we had several school plays during the school year.It was challenging and fun when I went there.I hope the standards have not changed.If so take a script from 1984.---Dr. Logan
i went to this school when i was in 1st grade it was a great school i lived in the apartments in front of this school. My 2st grade teacher was Mr. Espino he was a great tercher serving a great school. Now i am in 7th grade and still remember great things.
My oldest child has attended Lugo for three years and my middle child will begin first grade this fall. I have not been disappointed with the teachers as they do their darndest with what limited resources they have but I have a serious gripe with the prinicpal Ms. Skornia and the Parent Council. My oldest is a rarity as she is the only Caucasian non-Spanish speaking student in the school. As a result the instruction in English grammar and reading has been sorely limited as her classmates struggle because English is their second language. The efforts of the teachers to get the students up to par with the English language has created drag and lag in other academic categories. The only convenience is that the school is close to home but this is the last academic year I intend to have my children attend Lugo Elementary.
I don't think that the curriculum is up to par as far as grammar for the students. Not to crazy about the school system.