Brock Elliot school is my favorite for one smple reason... the principal Mrs Rugar supports youth baseball and allows the children that play in the league to have lifetime experences. She allows the league to grow and with that comes valuable non-educational life skills. She is a comprehensive community leader and that is why everyone that comes in conact with Brock Elliot school is a Champion!
Brock Elliott Elementary School is a public middle school in Manteca. The principal of Brock Elliott Elementary School is Debra Ruger and can be contacted at email@example.com. 758 children attend Brock Elliott Elementary School and identify primarily as Asian, Hispanic, and Multiracial. 18% of the Brock Elliott Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 56% of the 758 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Brock Elliott Elementary School is 21:1. Manteca Adventist Christian School is one of the nearest middle schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Cross country
- P.E. classes
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.4%||23282%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.1%||1%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||56%||48%|
|Limited English proficiency||18%||17%|
Can't say enough good things about the school. Our kids thrive there with all those programs (choir violin gate...) and they love their teachers. Every year they say 'this is the best teacher I have ever had'. Well if a 7th Grader still loves to go to school then it must be a great school !!! Our community has been hit very hard in this economy but PTA and the community are growing tighter every year. There you see that money isn't all there is but the input from students parents and teachers together.
teachers are awsome they take that extra step to make sure students succeed. the staff is great too.
Brock Elliott has the best teachers and staff I've ever met. They recently received their iep score which was 825 up 20 points from last year. They have many programs for all of the students needs and do everything they can to make sure all of their students are successful.
Most of the students are well-disciplined.
Overall Brock Elliott is a very good school. Many of the teachers care about the success of the students and are willing to go the extra mile to help. My child was having trouble and his teacher called once a month making sure I was aware with what was going on and if I had any questions. Like any school though you have to ask for help to receive help.
The ability to truly assess if a child is ready for the next grade level is not shown. Teachers seem more interested in passing children that are not ready than holding them back for better eduacation. Seems as though there is a hidden agenda. Why would you make a child move forward only to have them struggle later in life. The support processes in place do not seem to meet the actual needs of some children. When reviewing results consistency does not seem to be in place from teacher to teacher nor student to student.
Good school but lost alot of the better teachers in 05. As most public schools now there tends to be available to children below level then to those more advanced. They could use more supervision on the play yards.
There is a consistent lack of supervision on the playgrounds. The speech therapists are overworked underpaid and the children who need it are suffering because of this. The principal is rude pushy and has an arrogant demeanor and sends replacements to meetings scheduled for her. The school does not keep a list of curriculum that it uses and doesn't offer this information up when requested. The kids are academically doing better than most in the region and there are some extracurricular activities.
I origanally came from Milpitas. Alexander Rose School. It was a really good school. Brock Elliott is a great school too. And the teachers are really great. There is no problem there. Their garden is horrible! They also should build a multi-use room to eat their lunch. I know there already is a room for that but they need more space for that. Another use for this room is for talent shows playing sports [Basketball Courts/ PE activities etc.] assemblies. I have been to one of your assemblies and was not satisfied. I like the playground and the benches around the trees.