The parents teachers and students are committed to this school.
John Reed Primary School is a public elementary school in Rohnert Park. The principal of John Reed Primary School is Susan Lopez, whose e-mail is email@example.com. 454 students attend John Reed Primary School and identify as Hispanic, Multiracial, and Unspecified. 69% of the John Reed Primary School students have "limited English proficiency." 79% of the 454 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at John Reed Primary School is 15:1. Waldo Rohnert Intermediate School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.4%||1%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.4%||%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||79%||32%|
|Limited English proficiency||69%||18%|
My son's special needs for his partial hearing loss and his speech therapy were perfectly accommodated! He now reads and comprehends well above his grade/age level!
My Kindergartener attends John Reed. They seem to have alot of school activities and there is alot of availability for parent involvement. The school overall I like. My one issue is that due to the fact that I feel they are a bit cliqish. We shall see how things progress over the last 3 months of school I'm hoping my opinion of John Reed improves instead of declines.
I am a mother of 5 children and my youngest 2 children have attended John Reed School. I have found from my personal experience this school to be the perfect setting for my children. The teachers at this school are wonderful. They truly care about the childrens best interest. We have a parent Teacher invovement group that puts on monthly family fun nights wich are Free events to take your children to and enjoy either a movie and popcorn in the Gym or a craft night making crafts with your child or even a dancing through the decades dance. I wouldn't pick another school for my children. The school offers second step training in all grades to help the children learn about their own feelings as well as how to deal with their peers in a constuctive empathetic way. Thank you John Reed teachers for always giving your all. Sincerly Julie Neilsen