We moved here after my husband got a job in this location meaning our daughter needed to change schools. We absolutely love this school as does she. My daughter struggled with reading and with their help she achieved the reading level goal that was set for her. She excelled in math and was put into a more advanced class for that. If your children want to play sports they have many great options. Not sure why it's such a low rating but we are extremely pleased with this school!
Friendship Learning Elementary School is a public elementary school in North Fond du Lac. The principal of Friendship Learning Elementary School is Melanie Cowling. 403 students go to Friendship Learning Elementary School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 6% of the Friendship Learning Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 56% of the 403 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Friendship Learning Elementary School is 13:1. St Paul Lutheran School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.7%||%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||56%||42%|
|Limited English proficiency||6%||4%|
This school was incredible. We moved out of town and still applied to have him stay at this school. Their no tolerance of bullying or threats or graffiti or anything is amazing. My son loved this school. And if we didn't have to move again I would have been more than happy to have our kids grow up going to this school. The teachers my son had were caring and attentive to EVERYONE. So much so that when I saw the other review on this page I had to post one. We have had nothing but good experiences with the school and HIGHLY recommend it.
I hated this school. The teachers there are only concerned with the "naughty" kids and they pay no attention to the kids who want to learn. If you don't play sports you are not welcome there. --Submitted by a former student