This is my Grandsons 4th year at Etna Rd.we love Etna the teachers are the best and just can not say enough obout the staff always so kind to anyone they talk to just can not say enough about this school my grandson has one more year their don't know what we are going to do when he has to leve will not be a dry eye in the house that day
Etna Road Elementary School is a public elementary school in Whitehall. The principal of Etna Road Elementary School is Mrs. JULIE E. KENNEY-SMITH, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 478 children attend Etna Road Elementary School and identify primarily as Multiracial; White, non-Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 70% of the 478 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 55% are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Etna Road Elementary School is 20:1. Kae Avenue Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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This is my grandaughters 2nd. year at edna rd.she is in 2nd grade her teacher Mrs Knoll has done a wonderful job with her It is so great to see such wonderful teachers at edna rd elementray they are truly there for the students i thank you for all your great work. have great summer. margaret mitchell Ania Amos is my grandaughter
My daughter is in fourth grade and my sonin Kindergarden. My daughters been here since kindergarden my son was a part of the special needs preschool class within the school. I have never had any problems with teachers or any staff. It is veryobvious that the staff works as a family and cares for each and everyone of the students there!
My son is a fifth grader at Etna. He has been there for two years. From day one I have felt welcomed. When you walk the halls you hear excitement pleasant conversations (with children and teachers) and see lots of smiles. I recently attended my sons PT conference and was enlighted by the way it was conducted. The teacher (Mrs. Robine) had my son write out on a form his strengths and weaknesses. She made him responsible for his own conference. He was very excited about leading it as well. Last year I attended an awards program and was moved by the interaction. The principal was preparing the children for a Testing. She prepared graphs to explain where they were and what they needed to acheive. She let them know that she believed in them. She had the children excited about a test. Now that speaks for it's self.
Great school and great teachers!
My oldest is in band and she loves it. The teachers are great and the principal is great. They care about their students. All my children love the school and loves the activities they get involved with.I am a parent and a former student. My parents went there and so did my aunts uncles and cousins.