I'm a student been going there since 7th and this will be my last year and that school has given me an his education. When my little sister goes to the sixth grade I would love for her to go there
Ethel Kucera Middle School is a public middle school in Rialto. The principal of Ethel Kucera Middle School is Monique Conway and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 1,262 children attend Ethel Kucera Middle School and identify primarily as Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Multiracial. 16% of the Ethel Kucera Middle School students have "limited English proficiency." 76% of the 1,262 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Ethel Kucera Middle School is 20:1. Kolb Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Kucera Middle School is a school i recamond for your child. I am a 8th grader and been here all three years yes i have enjoyed each grade. Teachers here are like anyother teacher you could think of. Some can the worse teacher you ever ha and some are realy great.
hey I am a student here at Kuera Middle school And my experience here has been wonderfull. I have been attending kucera for 3 years kniw and being and avid student repersentative and school site council representative makes it all the more fun. my experience here was Greatt!
i had an awesome time here at kucera for the last 3 years of my middle school years. i meet some pretty cool people here. i had some nice teachers too. im going to miss all of my friends when i leave kucera. and all of my teachers here too. i had many good and bad experiences here but i will never forget all of my good memories here. thank you bye
i really truly love that school
hello i am a student at kucera. i rate this school as good. i just think they are too strict on stuff they shouldnt be. They should worry about other more important things. The teachers i have had are wonderful. they are veryy supportive.
kids at kucera are always going through peer pressure alawys tring to go with the flow i get that you want to be in style but if you dont look like how kids want you thier probaly not going to hang out with you or you can be the funniest/nicest person in the the school but your parents may be short on cash so u have to last years clothes the may not be in style many kids may make fun of u and then some kids start acting like somthing their not which isnt good i have even fallen under peer pressure my self
I attend Kucera Middle School and find the environment to be very intimidating. I am not use to the vulgarity that I hear on a regular basis and I am shocked with how teachers are treated by the students. If i were to act like my classmates my parents would kill me. I would never want to be a teacher at this school.
I have been attending Kucera Middle School for 2 years. Kucera Middle School does not impress me. Programs such as AVID get to do activities that are not related to school. GATE students who work very hard each day are expected much yet given little. As a GATE student I have found out that while the AVID gets to do many non-school related field trips/activities [ I feel]the GATE students are expected [to do] a lot yet have nothing to motivate them.
I am not impressed w/anything about this school. One thing that really bothers me is why have an e-chalk site when hardly any of the teachers post the assignments there.
I personally have to say nothing good about Kucera middle school. The office staff are very rude and some don't even know what they are doing. Just seems that no one cares at Kucera and they have no respect towards parents. I have never heard a Principal be so rude and disrespectful in my life.
I have to say that I am not happy with the Academic Reports of kucera Middle School. I believe there is too many students in the school and that makes it very hard not only for the Teachers but for the students too.
Unfortunately we live in a state where economics and class play a major role in the quality of education you get. I know my child could get a better education if I could afford to move to a more affluent neighborhood. With that being said sometimes we don't take advantage of what a school does have to offer. Kucera does put a big emphasis on rewarding those students who perform well academicly. They also offer programs such as Gear Up and the Parent Institute for Quality Education. These are excellent resources to ensure that your children are on the road to academic success and on the right path to getting into college. I would encourage all parents to take some time and know what's going on at their child's school.
This is my son's third year at Kucera. I am not impressed by the administration...she seems more concerned with pleasing the parents of the trouble makers then she is about educating our children. I have seen this school become progressively more overcrowded and our scores continue to drop. This was an outstanding school 5 years ago and seems to have taken a turn for the worse.
It is the best school I've ever known!
Having moved to this area from Northern California last year my wife and I have found that the education that our daughter is receiving at Kucera to be very dissappointing. We have found that the teachers have very little control of their classrooms and there are not enough textbooks for the kids to take home ever day. Therefore the kids don't have homework everyday. This has been a very rude awakening for us and our child. We come from a school district where children are well behaved and they are at school to learn. I think that had we done a little more research on this school we probably would have tried to get our daughter into a school in a different district which is compatible to the one that she was in prior to attending Kucera.