Really Great School for child's i hope the 6th graders have the best year they have the best teacher ever i had her when i was a kid.
Cooper School is a public middle school in Milwaukee. The principal of Cooper School is Jennifer Doucette, whose e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. 441 students go to Cooper School and identify as Asian; White, non-Hispanic; and Hispanic. 3% of the Cooper School students have "limited English proficiency." 59% of the 441 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Cooper School is 16:1. Victory K8 School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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- Cross country
- P.E. classes
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||59%||77%|
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I don't like this school's lunch. Ewww. I'm a student btw. This school is a half inch better than Victory though. I'm glad I'm moving to a different school next year. I just don't want to leave my BFF. I'm moving to Greenfield Middle School next year and I know I will absolutely love it! GMS will rock! WOO HOO! The lunch is horrible the gym teacher is mean and gave us all a B no A's all B's and some C's also the teachers are kindof strict and i just thinks its icky. BOO!
The staff get along with the students so well. So much learning happens here!!!
They could do better.......another disapointment by MPS
Caring teachers and wonderful principal! There are many nice school and family events.
Great school. Above average teachers and support staff. My daughter is in 4th grade and has really excelled academically and socially. Plus as a k-8 school no worries about transfering to a middle school.
Cooper is a school that really vares in all areas of education. Having your child attend Cooper is like having them at a family members home.
In my humble opinion Cooper is one of the best K-8 schools MPS has to offer! Outstanding administration and faculty and a diverse learning community.
It is small with not much activities. The teachers are nice but the lunches are not.
I believe that is unfair to the children to go outside in the cold when they choose not to. the children can take the time to extra reading work or make up assignments. the entire staff does not join the children outside. there should be something other than going outside for recess that the children can do. 15 degrees is not that warm nor is it warm when there is a windchill. if this problem cannot be corrected i will transfer my children to a different school.
My daughter is in 1/2 k5 and 1/2 special ed. I have been able to teaach her at home but they have been able to do much more.. they still care which alot don't because of reason or another.