The school is great now. We have seen it improve over last 6 to 7 years. Our both daughters have gone here. The higher grade especially 6th grade teachers needs to be improved as the level of teaching material is high enough and class teaches cannot cover all math to language and social studies with sesame level of depth.
Evergreen Elementary School is a public middle school in San Jose. The principal of Evergreen Elementary School is Steve Sweeney and can be contacted at email@example.com. 743 students attend Evergreen Elementary School and are mostly Hispanic; Asian; and White, non-Hispanic. 18% of the Evergreen Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." 8% of the 743 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Evergreen Elementary School is 21:1. Evergreen Montessori School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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My child attended preschool at Stratford and then went to another private school for Kindergarten and the first couple of months of 1st grade before I moved him to Evergreen Elementary. He is now finishing up second grade. My only regret is that I didn't move him here sooner. I didn't realize that I had a treasure right here in my backyard. The teachers here are extremely caring and dedicated and go way above the call of duty for the children. The Principal (who used to be the vice Principal over at Matsumoto) is hardworking and committed and the Front office staff are absolutely wonderful. There are well thought out Field trips Science Fairs a superb Project Cornerstone program to teach the kids valuable life skills and multiple after school activities to choose from- YMCA Math Olympiad After School Drama Club Chess Hindi Abacus Math Art- to name just a few. There are also plenty of opportunities for parents to volunteer if they choose to. I'm not sure if what I have heard about the cutthroat competition and overbearing pressure at Matsumoto is true but I am happy to have my child in a healthy atmosphere where his talents and skills are recognized and nurtured.
My daughter has been here since kindergarten and my son was recently transferred from another school in 4th grade. The new principal is a very nice man and has helped the transition of the students from the other school that were rezoned to Evergreen. The school has finished major additions to the campus and and overall look that makes the school look new again. They have a state of the art multipurpose room and 9 green classrooms new field new landscaping and parking spaces. There is a main gate that remains closed while school is in session for security. So far the teachers that my kids have been very good and accomodating.
The staff is good Overall school is Ok The only thing I don't like is that many teachers don't support extra curricular activities PTA isn't very strong . The school really needs more PTA support
I agreed with you. I asked my child that have her teacher reviewed what she did wrong on her test or homework. My child said 'no'. this is my child first year attending to this school as a second grade.I don't see student -teacher involvement. Students have no challenging in this school. My child attended at other school at first grade the teacher challenged her do 2nd grader math and she was able to write a composition with 3-4 paragraphs. I looked at the API score of this school it was good 'just the number' but what about quality of care and involvement with kids and family. My child never said something about her new teacher. When she was at other school her K and 1st grade teachers were a part of our family story. I see also not that much parents and teachers activities in this school.
Great school with very experienced teachers. My Daughter goes to this school from last 4 yrs and she just loves it. Homeworks are punctual after school activities with many choices plenty of playgrounds. Overall we like the school very much.
This school has Excellent teachers caring staff and a Good principal . My Daughter in Second Grade enjoys a lot and also is loved so much by other grade teachers.
Evergreen elementary has a wonderful staff and is in the middle of a beautiful community.
I have 3 kids who go to Evergreen Elementary and I have to say that this is truly an outstanding school. Kathy Shepherd (the principal) does a great job. She is out there every day greeting the kids and parents. I would bet that she knows 75% of the parents personally. When ever I have needed anything special for my kids the school has always come thru for us.
Evergreen Elementary is a well established school which does not get as much limelight as Tom Motsumoto. My children were going to Challenger till 3rd grade and I put them here after that after doig significant research and I so very glad that I made that transition. The teachers are so experienced and school leadership is amazing. My kids are getting wide exposure to different types of people. I excited about next transition of Middle school (Chaboya) as well.
My daughter's first grade teacher is the best teacher a child can wish for she is caring understanding goes out of her way to help her students to succeed corrects all homeworks helps and encourages parents to get involve in their kids education.
No teacher-student interaction on homework. Students correct the homework but the teacher does not review the mistakes that the students make. Parents are responsible for the homework.
Academic standards are not student based.Individual attention is less.Extracurricular activities are limited.
This is one of the best schools in Evergreen School District. Teachers are good and encourage student participation in class room discussions.
The school and parents can be more active. More extracurricular activities for kids are needed.
This is a great school. I highly recommend it. I really like the quality of the teachers and the amount of attention that my kid receives