I go to this school and it is awesome. the teachers are great and they provide you with all the information you need to know. I'm in fourth grade and this grade is not to hard or not to easy. It's one of those schools that you have to ask questions in order to know things. I hope for those people who live in Sienna Plantation have an idea for what school they want their child to be apart of.
Scanlan Oaks Elementary School is a public elementary school in Sienna Plantation. The principal of Scanlan Oaks Elementary School is MICHAEL HEJDUCEK, whose e-mail is Michael.Hejducek@fortbend.k12.tx.us. 989 children attend Scanlan Oaks Elementary School and are mostly Asian; Asian/Pacific Islander; and White, non-Hispanic. 3% of the Scanlan Oaks Elementary School students have "limited English proficiency." 13% of the 989 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 3% are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Scanlan Oaks Elementary School is 18:1. Sienna Crossing Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
|Native American or Native Alaskan||0.5%||0.2%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||0.1%||0.02%|
|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||3%||36%|
|Limited English proficiency||3%||15%|
I sent my daughter to this school last year and now I have her in a private school. This school is very large with a lot of classes for each grade. There are far too many students in classes these days so we decided to go back to a private school. With that being said I do have to say that this is a good school. Despite the fact that my daughter was one of many students in her class she did well academically. This school is very competative academically so you can bet your child is going to learn a lot. If you don't have a problem with the number of students in one classroom then this school is for you. They will provide your child with a good education.
Great school that has great teachers and a wonderful principal.
great school great layout nice community
Wonderful examplary school. Great teachers who are neigbours parents are so involved in school and sucess
I went by this school before I bought my home in Sienna Plantation because my daughter would start kindergarten in the Fall. It was the last week of school and as a former teacher I knew that I would hate to be judged on how my class looked at the end of the year. I apologized and said I just wanted to take a quick peek at the kindergarten. They immediately gave me a full tour of the school and I was stunned at how well-behaved attentive and happy the students seemed. We bought the house and I have not been disappointed in the school at all. Her teachers have been caring and attentive to my daughters needs and she loves going to school.
This school is located in an awesome family-oriented newer community resulting in top quality students & parents. My daughter was in Kindergarten '06-07 and began to learn reading and writing much to my amazement for this age. The school truly focuses on academics preparing our children early-on for a successful future. The only drawback is the school is PACKED beyond maximum capacity and growing especially considering parents want to get their child in this particular new school. But even with the overcrowding issue the school does a great job and is considered on of the best located in a great school district Fort Bend ISD.
School has great academic curriculum the area and taxes are well distrubuited. I think the school is growing and the staff/student ratio is increasing.
Great school the teacher student ratio is great. Need more attention to extra curriculum activities.
My daughter is in kindergarten and is having a terrific year. Her teacher is strict but caring and progress since September in reading writing and basic math concepts has been phenomenal. My only serious concern this year has been about safety during the school day. We live in a very family-oriented and child-aware neighborhood but I think that can make school leaders lax about the safety required to watch over our children. There have been no serious incidences but a few minor ones that have caused concerns. Parents are very involved the PTO is an active organization from what I see and there are lots of opportunities for parents to volunteer their time. In FBISD kindergartners get one class per week in music art PE health and character classes. I wish more fine art programs could be included in the schedule but thats a function of our education environment as a whole not FBISD.