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West Smiths Station Elementary School Overview

150 Lee Road 295, Smiths Station, AL 36877 , Tel: +1 (334) 298-6089 Lee County School District

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West Smiths Station Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

June 27, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Academically, I am more than pleased with West. My problem is with the lack of parental invokvement. Lack of community. If you are new to the area, forget about making friends with the parents of kids from the school. Unless you have a superstar sports kid, the is no chance for you to connect with other families.
October 12, 2016 Submitted by a parent
"As a military family our kids are still""the new kids."" Still picked on, still under the proverbial microscope, and still not supported. Although the school nags for you to fill out the military member paperwork so they can get their money there are absolutely NO programs for the military kids in any form. This is throughout the entire school system high school on down to elementary. The bullying situation is insane! I've had kids assault my kids, name call, cuss, even threaten to shoot their infant sister. Nothing is done. We even had an incident in which a teacher made fun of one of my children. We moved here because of the reviews and we thought it would be a better academic choice for the kids, w even bought a house. Now we're just biding our time and praying to come down on orders. This all not to mention the athletic program, which apparently is parent funded and alumni/booster only play. We also have yet to see any admin attend athletic events. This point brings me to another, there is no parent/teacher/admin/community relationships AT ALL. There are no parent/teacher conferences, no community involvement from the schools, no family nights, nothing. It really gives the impression the teachers and administrations are there for the paycheck and that is all. I give five starts to the jrotc program, track, and cross country coaches. We wish we had taken our chances in Columbus. There are a handful of teachers from the three schools I am affiliated with that are outstanding representations of what a teacher should be; they care, go the extra mile; and they try very hard, but honestly, they're not enough to make a dent in a small town politics run school system."
May 19, 2013 Submitted by a parent
"This is now West Smiths Station Elementary School. My daughter has attended there for her Kindergarten year and overall it has been excellent. HOWEVER! Next year, during the first fundraiser I will be sure to be there. This company that they use employs bullying and intimidation tactics the like of which I have never seen. And if I have one more hysterical ""fundraising"" meltdown I will lodge a formal complaint with the school and district about bullying."
September 13, 2010 Submitted by a parent
"We moved to this area because my husband is military. The school is very large with 21 first grade classes and 20 Kindergarten classes, each with about 20 students. They seem more worried about the kids being quiet and following rules than being kids and having FUN learning. School at such a young age should be a fun experience so that kids develop a love of learning. My daughter's teacher has made school a very negative experience by nit picking at her over the smallest things and making her feel like a ""bad"" child. My daughter loved school before we moved to this school. we are pulling her out and going to a different school. Their curriculum so far seems to be fine but they do not handle the kids in a developmentally appropriate way."
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Average Rent in Smiths Station, AL

  • Smiths Station, AL Average Rental Price, May 2020 $1,031 /mo

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Smiths Station, AL Education Statistics

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  • Some College31%
  • Associate Degree8%
  • Bachelor Degree12%
  • Graduate Degree4%

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