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4701 Joaquin Way, Sacramento, CA 95822 , Tel: +1 (916) 395-4635 Sacramento City Unified School District

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Leonardo Da Vinci School Ratings & Reviews

March 16, 2017 Submitted by a student
My experience here was amazing and I am so sad to leave this year I really want to cry because all my friends are her, all of the sports teams I was on, all of the plays and being in half gate really helped me realize who I really was
January 10, 2017 Submitted by a parent
My daughter has attended starting 4th grade and is currently in 6th grade. Great school for young helicopter parents but for parents who work or who expect their child to work independently, forget it. The parent volunteer hours, an illegal policy by the way, is rammed down your throat through a combination of threats and guilt-tripping. Administration, in particular, the principal and vice-principal, are extremely unprofessional, to the point of lying to parents and manipulating and undermining teachers. Many teachers have left and most parents pull their children out, especially in the upper grades. The middle school program is a total disaster, unless your child is one the few, "model" (i.e. blond, GATE) students, they will be discarded like trash. Avoid the upper grade levels at all costs.
April 13, 2016 Submitted by a parent
Fun interesting projects, great parent involvement and friendly staff. Our kids are thriving and love their teachers!
August 13, 2013 Submitted by a parent
This in response to the July 8th response... Thank you for proving the point regarding elitism. And please note that nothing was mentioned about social class. Furthermore, you may be of the opinion that ITI is too rudimentary for older students, but the entire program proclaims ITI, including the middle school. It is one of their selling points; thus, for it not to be provided by most of the ms program is important to note. Yes, traditional learning does work for some, again linguistic and auditory learners. Interestingly, education has moved toward the belief in instruction for ALL types of learners, including through college.
July 08, 2013 Submitted by a parent
In response to the June 16, 2013 post: I don't think it's a terrible thing to transition the ms students from ITI to a more traditional method as this will prepare the students for high school and college. The ITI is a wonderful way for students in elementary grades (eK-6) to learn in terms of grasping concepts and applying these skills in various subjects; however, I believe it's not necessarily a bad thing to move away from ITI as the student becomes older and should learn to compartmentalize, as required beyond elementary/middle school. With regards to the class warfare comment, it would be easy to jump to the conclusion of unequal treatment of the students based on social status because it's low-hanging fruit; however, parental involvement is a serious matter and if those so-called "have not" students are perceived as being treated unfairly, maybe there's a correlation between parent under-involvement and student treatment. No school or district is perfect and there's no such thing as a "one-size-fits-all" education. For most LdV parents, this school provides an opportunity that wouldn't be attained in many of the student's neighboorhood schools.
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