This school has been nothing but helpful to my children and family; my daughter is getting every bit of help she can so that she understands and passes her studies; my son has a speech delay and they got on that right away to ensure he does not fall behind. They care about their students.
Coder Elementary School is a public elementary school in Willow Park. The principal of Coder Elementary School is AMY SADLER and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 505 children attend Coder Elementary School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Hispanic. 5% of the Coder Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 24% of the 505 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 23% have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Coder Elementary School is 13:1. McCall Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.7%||0.1%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||23%||13%|
|Limited English proficiency||5%||2%|
Coder has been a great school for my children. When one of them was struggling the principal and teachers all joined together to help and now my child is doing great!
good school - my collegue's children go here. Her children have excelled and she feels very confident in the education they're receiving. one is in the fourth grade and the other in the third.
The parents teacher and principle are very involved in the learning experience for all students. The is a geniune feeling of unity and desire to help the students grow and learn.
The PPCD program is great! My son has been in it for two years and he has come so far! They are so patient and are always encouraging him to do his best. They keep open lines of communication so you are never in the dark.
Coder has the best team working in administration that I have ever seen. Once Mr. Beaty was brought on as principal the school just got better. He seems to really reach out to the students and I have personally seen him take time out of his own schedule to work with difficult students. He is always quick to respond to parental needs and I would say the same about Mrs. Choate the vice principal. All five of the teachers we have experienced in the last few years truely care about their students and show it by their effort in and out of class. Some are a little tough but believe they are thinking in the best interrest of the children and their futures. I look forward to all three of my children prospering under this amazing staff next year.
Both of my kids have attended Coder. I just can't say enough how much I appreciate all the teachers paraprofessionals and staff at Coder for their hard work and wonderful ways with my kids. My son is in the Special Needs Program attended Coder for almost 3 years. They have been my rock and have become good friends to our family as well. My daughter Taylor attended Coder for 2 years and her teachers made it easy for me to let go and let her blossom as an outgoing curious and thoughtful young person. I recommend Coder Elemenatary and Aledo ISD to any parent who's ideals and goals for their children are set high. You won't be disappointed.
My son is in the first grade at Coder. We moved to Aledo expressely for the school district and have not been disappointed. This ISD is amazing and focus on both academics and athletics and manage to make both a priority. I am extremely pleased with his education (and his teacher is amazing!) and look forward to settling into life in Aledo!
It is a wonderful school district. We moved to Aledo to improve schools. We are disappointed in the district for jumping on the No Child Left Time act. Children are now assigned reports and other homework to be done over Christmas Holidays Spring Break and the summer. It is a very academically competitive district and there are now no academically free holidays for students. It is as close to year round school as they can get without having to give parents a voice in the matter.