This is an excellent school! My children have thrived there and are in the top of their classes. Many of the things that were said in the other reviews are not true. Parents are always allowed in the school if you come to the office and sign in which is obviously for student safety. I would definitely send my child here if you want them to learn and be ready for testing. There is always room for improvement in some areas but for the most part it is excellent.
East-West Elementary School is a public elementary school in Magnolia. 825 students attend East-West Elementary School and identify as Black, non-Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 73% of the 825 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at East-West Elementary School is 14:1. Central Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||73%||64%|
I sent my child here for 1st grade. The kids are not allowed to talk just about anywhere. Only one 15 minute recess taken away for any disciplinary infraction. Parents were not allowed in the school building except for party times. School officials did not even want to hear that my child was hearing disabled instead they continued to send home discipline notes about 'not listening.' Teacher was not interested in talking to me as a parent and the principal hates kids! 1st graders were learning the same thing as kindergarten.
If you must send your child here substitute teach!for your childs safety.parents are discurraged from involvement.3rd grade tried to get classmates to help in his s cide lost his recess.school dismissed early due to bad weather parents of car riders not notified kids allowed to walk or ride with anyone.list goes on.Very scary school.be nosey about what going on!
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