I am currently in sixth grade here at Stacy. The school is very large hard to miss. It is kind of confusing on the inside. The school is okay. There are some good and bad things about the school. A good thing is that there is a snack bar at lunch. Another is that the school has all sorts of after school activities. There is just about something for everyone. The bad things are normal hot/alternate lunch are horrible the building isn't to easy to get around if you are a parent you don't get to run events anymore like in the earlier grades because the kids do it now. The lockers are ridiculously small the girls get "stalls" for changing in gym while the boys must change in front of each other. Don't even think about locker decorations because you really can't fit all of your materials in there anyways. Some teachers are nice. Some are over the top cruel. It depends on who you get
Stacy Middle School is a public middle school in Town of Milford. The principal of Stacy Middle School is Nancy Angelini. 941 students attend Stacy Middle School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Asian/Pacific Islander; and Black, non-Hispanic. 32% of the 941 students here have subsidized lunches. The ratio of students to teachers at Stacy Middle School is 12:1. Milford Middle East is one of the nearest middle schools.
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I went to this school and so did my 3 other siblings and I personally believe it is a great school. All the teachers always have at least 1 day for extra help after school or are willing to arrange a day to stay after with your child. They do teacher very well though the teaching may not be for everyone. They do have separate rooms and teachers for special education kids. The principal is truly amazing and talks to every student in the halls and checks in on the classes when she can. The teachers enforce all rules as well. All the staff is truly great helpful and cooperative. This is overall a pretty great school.
Stacy Middle School is the most unorganized school (in my opinion) I have ever encountered. I feel they did not use systematic processes and have violated my sons and my rights in many ways. I am still working to manage the grievance against particular administration. I feel sorry because I fear many parents do not know their rights or understand how schools are supposed to be managed. Its my opinion that the children and the good teachers and staff are the ones in danger when the systems are flawed. I rate this school as having one star at best. All teachers have been nice and processional and effective in teaching my son. It is my opinion that the administrations lack of systems is what makes this school so inefficient.
One of my children attended Stacy school and another currently is there. Both my kids love Stacy school. I believe a school is successful when there is a mutual commitment between the parent and the teachers/school. I get involved with the school (and i work full time) and the programs and speak with my childrens teachers so I know exactly where they stand. I appreciate their honesty and feel they challenge the children. I have been very impressed with this school. I have friends in other town school districts and hear that they aren't really impressed with their schools homework mcas preparation etc. I feel Stacy does a really good job with this. Thank you.
I was let go during paternity leave after receiving an evaluation (for the months I was gone) that was virtually identical to my previous positive evaluation with the words "not" and "hasn't" inserted into previously glowing comments. The principal has referred to herself as "the Puppetmaster" to me casually. Their special education programs are hopelessly inadequate with few resources for small group instruction including no classroom for these students. For these reasons I would not recommend this school for potential teachers and if you are a parent of a student with special needs I would look elsewhere for their education.
Stacy is a great school it is safe and everyone there loves you the minute you walk in
I go to this school and I love it. The teachers are the best teachers I could ask for. They try their best to get you to understand something. This school is just simply amazing.
My 2 children have attended the school I can say that I have never formally met their teachers due to the ridiculous turn out at parent/teacher nights. I waited in line for more than half an hour to get in to see one teacher. The other lines were too long and teachers seemed flustered. The amount of non english speaking immigrants is hindering our children's learning. Mandatory Spanish classes for the English speaking children does not seem to bridge the gap of communication. When I call the office they are snappy and treat you as if you are calling on a grown man checking in on him.
This school is overall is rather good in providing good enrichment programs. The problem is we are looking at the children who are already ahead of others. Perhaps it would be benificial to have more extra help sessions to raise the academic achievement level of students. Many have also meantioned the principal who has canceled more than twenty-five percent of school dances and socials because they are not avalible enough. As I remember we had only two of those events for my class this year unlike the five that were already set up two years ago. The adults with higher authority than the general teachers expect respect and they have a right to it. Though my piers feel they cannot show respect until the person asking for it has proven themselves worthy. Proving themselves by respecting us for individuals and young adults. Still they treat us as children.
I am not impressed with the school. I know many kids that need help in core curriculum English math and science but are made to take Spanish every student in 5th and 6th grade. Think about it a kid has a hard time spelling in english and now he is expect to learn to spell words in Spanish also. Lets get them proficient in English first. The pricipal has cut phys ed to only 60 times a year and now because MCAS score are so low in Milford kids are pulled from there 60 days of phys ed to participate in extra MCAS classes. Some kids get less than 50 days of Phys ed.
Very good school. All specials and after school programs are avaliable.
Great teachers for the most part. Im not very fond of the current principal. She is too strict and mean. This school however is great. Academics are excellent there are many great extracurricular activities in a great setting. I enjoyed going there.
All three of my children have gone to this school. I have been very impressed with the entire staff. They have gone above and beyond the duty academically and have always been inspirational and supportive of my children. All three of my kids are different as far as learning skills go. This has proved to me that all of the teachers are versatile and skilled with all levels of children. My hat off to all of you!