This school is no longer Hyatt it is now the location of Riverside STEM Academy. My daughter goes to STEM and it is a wonderfull school. There is alot of homework but I believe they are giving them great study skills. It is an advanced school and you must keep your grades up or you will be placed on Academic probation.
Hyatt Elementary School is a public elementary school in Riverside. The principal of Hyatt Elementary School is Raul Ayala and can be contacted at email@example.com. 335 students attend Hyatt Elementary School and identify as Hispanic; Asian; and White, non-Hispanic. 34% of the Hyatt Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 66% of the 335 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Hyatt Elementary School is 17:1. Apple Tree Learning Center is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.3%||42270%|
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0%||0.6%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||66%||57%|
|Limited English proficiency||34%||19%|
This school has strong principal/school leadership. If you are involved in your childs school work the teachers will work with you as well.
Because it is small enough to create a more friendly atmosphere and the teachers take a personal interest in each student.
As a family rating Hyatt we have nothing but great things to say about the staff is amazing and very family orientated as well as supportive. Academically both of my children have made a tremendous improvement academically and behaviorally. Teachers like Mrs. Stimmel Mrs. Hernandez Mrs. Smit Mrs. Coffin and the personal in the office Mrs. Tildman and Mr. Ayala. I am very pleased with the school and the excitement my children have to go to school everyday with a positive approach to learning. This is what learning is all about. The excellent standards and the power of teaching. Thank you Hyatt for the wonderful results and confidence you have given my children.
I have 2 boys that go to Hyatt since Kindergarten through now we've had nothing but great teachers. My sons love their teacher they motivate them keep it fun and are strict with homework which I don't mind. I know they are paving the road for my sons to be a success academically. They enforce the confidence I try to give them that you can do anything you set your mind on. Field trips are great my kids look forward to all the events that are available.
Teachers at Hyatt I believe are like most nowadays unpersonable afraid to be different or challenging and held back in really shaping a child's later life. Funding cutoffs are the threats used to force 'improvement. I have 2 boys that go here. They never take field trips they don't do anything except get drilled with homework and tests usually if not always in Math. What a shame that the schools fail to realize the potential of individual strenghts in children. Not everyone is meant to be a scientist...There are hills behind the school but not 1 student can name any plants growing there. But otherwise it's a nice school.