1. Smaller classes help to promote learning. You have more attention for each individual student.
2. In Kindergarten you spend time the first weeks of school practicing routines and procedures. Once you have successful routines in place you are able to run a your classroom more efficently. This will lead to more time spentteaching/learning.
3. The more involved students in sports learn more much more from sports than you will ever know. You actually learn how to focus and work hard. Most students who are involved in sports make better grades. It also keeps kids off the street. I don't know if you have been up town lately?
4. Obviously people want what's best for the school.
5. Kindergarten is the most challenging grade to teach. Can you imagine trying to get 20 five year olds to do what one person asks. Especially when parents don't work with teachers to build a support team. Do whats best for your child build a support team that your child can depend on. They won't hire someone who can't do their job. With consultants and adminstration walk throughs the teachers are being held accountable for what is happening in their room. High standards are set.
Stop downing the school and take some pride! You have completely new buildings and teachers that care about their students. Be thankful for your teachers and adminstration because they are fighting for positive changes! Those people work for nothing and help to shape your child's life. Show some support and respect for the school and the people who care about it.
Who are they fighting to make all the positive changes??
Thought the administration and teachers ran the school!!!
Keep blaming the parents for the schools failure!!
All athletes learn so much more they gall are honors students.
If sports is the key factor in a child's education cut out math and science and start soccer and bad mittin.
Wow stupidity at this level is hard to achieve. Congrats you made it!!!!