Poor planning and poor leadership have given rise to too many children in the early elementary grades. This causes teachers to take much more time on classwork. This is especially true when there is an activity or worksheet since by the time the teacher visits each table to get them started and answer questions the rest of the class loses focus and begins to talk. This is a distraction to the students trying to work as well as to the teacher. As a result the teachers are often frustrated with the noise in the class and with being behind in their lesson plan and sometimes that is expressed to the students in their tone and attitude. Parking and school traffic is also horrible which again shows poor planning and poor leadership for allowing it to continue year after year.
Neely's Bend Elementary School is a public elementary school in Nashville. The principal of Neely's Bend Elementary School is Howard Henderson, who can be contacted at Howard.Henderson@mnps.org. 442 students attend Neely's Bend Elementary School and are mostly Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 91% of the 442 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Neely's Bend Elementary School is 17:1. Smithson Craighead Academy is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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I had always though very good and proud of this school until this year the bulling has seem to have got worst. we have had trouble with it all school year. The Princial's and Teachers have been geat its just so much they can do.
I really like the school.As well as the teachers and support staff there at the school.I feel comfortable with my childrens safety and well being at this schoool.