I'm a student at P.S. 225 currently finishing my 8th grade. It's funny for me to read parents' comments about this school how terrible or amazing it is. From my own experience I'd say that parents don't know even 1/5 of things that are happening in the Eileen E Zaglin. I'd like to start my review with the most important problem for 8th graders - the Science teacher. With all of my respect our teacher knows NOTHING about educating kids and the only way to learn science is by educating yourself. Trust me and all of my classmates the entire school hates her and wants to get rid of. However she has friends in "upper classes" who would protect her no matter what happens and this is the only reason why she is not fired yet. Screaming and yelling at students is her profession definitely not teaching. Assistant principal is a very mean person and most of the students are afraid of talking to her because she would scream at you no matter what you've done (I'm a 90 and above student but still getting yelled at for no reason.) In conclusion I'd like to say that this school is not that bad however if you're not ESL and care about your education choose another school.
Ps 225 The Eileen E Zaglin is a public middle school in New York. The principal of Ps 225 The Eileen E Zaglin is PRINCIPAL - MR. MICHAEL COSMAI, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 906 students go to Ps 225 The Eileen E Zaglin and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 40% of the Ps 225 The Eileen E Zaglin students are "limited in English proficiency." 83% of the 906 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Ps 225 The Eileen E Zaglin is 11:1. I.S. 98 Bay Academy is one of the nearest middle schools.
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It is most caring schools ever. They always helping my children. Thanks god my kids go here!
My two kids go here sevrl years and I cant believe the bad comments on this website. Principal Teahcres Dean and AP's all take care of kids here. You can even see AP's and Dean outside walking our blocks before school to get kids in safe and on time!
I am a former student here in PS 225. Most of the teachers don't give much respect to the 8th graders while a handful are absolute gems. My friend went to this school with me and she was barely able to speak English. She once got lost on her way down to lunch. A teacher saw her and my friend was screamed at by the teacher until my friend was reduced to tears. Bullying is not taken seriously here. I was a bullying victim and how was the situation "taken care of"? A talk with the assistant principal. Other than that no serious punishments were carried out. The building's 4th floor is also home to PS 771 making manners even worse for the students AND the staff. If bullying occurs in lower/elementary grade(s) do NOT take this lightly because in middle school the issue has a very high chance of escalating to violence even on school grounds! Do not send your kid here unless he/she has physical strength and a quick wit.
This school would be better if they change the staff that work there. the dean is completely clueless about how to do his job. The principal does care what dean or the assistant principle is doing. The assistant principal and the dean make promises that they dont follow thru on. When they are confronted about the situation the dean looks like he either doesnt care or doesnt know how to handle it. The assistant principal instead of keeping cool calm and collective he starts screaming from the top of his lungs saying if you dont like how I do things take your kid out of the school. Who does that??? I am so disappointed with this school. I cant wait for the school year to be over so i can get my kids out of there.
This school is not so great. The teachers are ok but if you are an American person who only speaks English at home you are going to have problems communicating at the school with the kids & even some of the staff. The staff is mixed but not as mixed as the students. We are an American family & we only know English. When my daughter started PreK in September 2010 she kept coming home for 3 months saying that kids don't speak English & that she can't be friends with them. I felt terrible for my little girl & when I would come to pick her up I heard at least 5 different languages myself from the parents. I don't know if people care about this issue as much as I do but I hate that about P.S. 225. The is only 50% of White kids in the whole school & the other 50% is very mixed. Again may not be an issue for other parents but is an issue for me. Unfortunately in the Brighton Beach area there are many mixed people & many different languages. I'm moving out of the area to a more American neighborhood in Long Island. Finally!!!
My daughter started Pre-K this year and she loves every minute of it shes very happy with the teachers and staff .. I am really happy that i choose this school as a parent!
i love this school it has beautiful teachers and it teaches me a lot of things since i came to this school . i am graduating this year but im really sad because im leaving and going to another school my favorite teacher is mrs wedderburn i love her so much and im abtsam by the way
my child went to this dispicible school and has been treated as fowl as you can imagine !
As for so many of horrifying years from a different school I finally got help from a staff members of PS 225. I have regained peace and understanding of my child. From this school my child gets education great help and love. I truly believe that it takes a great knowledge patients and will to teach different children at the same time. It takes a big heart to love our uneasy children. At PS 225 all the staff members are a true heroes. Thank you to all of you for your endless and hearty work
My son Matthew's first year back at public school was at P.S.225. His teacher Ms. Malvone gave me faith that there was still some wonderful and caring teacher left in the public school systems. All staff members from resource room and all the wonderful help received from Mr. Casmai. Thanks to all of you I have regained my respect for the public school system. Mrs. Zuckerman.
The worst school ever! Elementary school teachers are unaware of their group's climate! The only good thing in this school is the after school program!
this school is the worst school for your child to go to. Especially 8th grade. The teachers have no respect for the students.I regret ever sending my child here.LLuckily its his last year.Thank God!
I went to this school from preschool at age 4 through 8th grade and I loved the family atmosphere in this school. Everyone knows everyone else. The teachers care about you and I found that when I left to go to a 'gifted school' I would never have gotten into Murrow H.S. if it were not for this school. I will always love it and that's what really counts right?
It's a fantastic school with a very nice staff and administration.
My son was transferred this past January to this school because of the no child left behind act. When I was given this school as an option I was impressed with the scores in the Reading and Math state wide tests. But when I got to the school I experienced racial hostility. My son's teacher is an absolute gem; she is extremely dedicated and phenomenal. It's the main office staff I have a problem with. My son is extremely gifted and I found it degrading and demeaning for a school official to say that 'these children have to be taken since it's no child left behind.' I was very upset over the whole incident and numerous other incidents I have first-handledly witness at this school. Even though my son loves his teacher and class I'm unsure of how to proceed this coming September.
My children attended this school for one academic year. I found the school to be too big too crowded and the teachers to be uncaring. Class size is too big for one teacher to be able to do his/her job well. That was just one of the problems. I spoke with one of the assistant principals and the principal regarding my concerns and did come away feeling that my concerns were important. In the end I decided to place my children in a different school and we are all much happier. I wish I had better things to say.
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