I went to this school when I was little and It was a Blue Ribbon School for years. Now I have 3 children that go here and I think overall it is a great school.
Northeast Elementary School is a public middle school in Pride. The principal of Northeast Elementary School is Mary N. Dominique and can be contacted at email@example.com. 420 children attend Northeast Elementary School and identify as Black, non-Hispanic; White, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 86% of the 420 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Northeast Elementary School is 13:1. Eastern La Mental Health/Greenwell Sprgs is one of the nearest middle schools.
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My son went to this school from K-6. He enjoyed this teachers as much as he did the school. The teachers are very concerned at Northeast Elem. about the education of all the children. They want all the children to learn all that they can about everything there is to teach a child. They put themselves in the place of the parents. They give them love hugs and kisses too! Sometimes they get to give the parents hugs or hand shakes. They believe in working with the parents to help their children in anyway possible. How do I know? I'm a concern parent whose child went to this school. I give this school a 10. Thumbs up to Northeast Elem.
My child came to Northeast Elem. from a private high cost school. I feel that the quality of education she is receiving is excellent. It's good to hear you child say she loves going to school. My husband and I are glad we put our child back into the public school system. They need more schools like this one.
Northeast Elementary is a great school! The principal and teachers are supportive. It is a beautiful school and my daughter loves it.
I give my highest compliments to the teaching staff of Northeast Elem. Both of my chlidren attended this school before we moved and I have nothing but good to say about the education they received at an elementary level. We have now moved and my son will be attending a Magnet school. Both of my children miss Northeast terribly.
I have been very satisfied with the quality of education that my boys have recieved so far at Northeast Elementary.