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Mesa Elementary School Overview

400 Camino Del Rey, Fountain, CO 80817 , Tel: +1 (719) 382-1370 Fountain 8 School District
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    Type: Public Elementary School
    Grades: K-5
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Mesa Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

June 01, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I had 5 children in this school at one point, I've seen different teachers and principals. Overall, I think this school did an excellent job educating, challenging and protecting my children. I highly recommend it!
May 25, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Overalls the school can be good and bad. It is good because the school taught my daughter a lot of stuff to the point where she excelled in everything she did. The only thing that is bad here is that if first graders bully each other they say oh it's just first graders being first graders. I do not believe this and because my daughter had gotten hit by another first grader with a hard plastic toy. Lip was slightly swollen and no incident report was written even after my husband and I demanded one. All we got was an email from the math club teacher stating that the woman that picked up my daughter was informed. This teacher didn't even know that who she was releasing my daughter 2. Luckily it was me and not some stranger or whatever that could have kidnapped her. Attempted to speak to her teacher, the principal and their school counselor. The school counselor had the nerve to tell Jessica that her feelings of being bullied by another student was wrong and that it was just the student and being a student. Last time I checked it is not wrong to have feelings and emotions that you have and to tell a child that her feelings and emotions are wrong period that is just wrong. The principal also stated it as well. Luckily the next school year there will be a new principal. Hopefully this new principal will change everything that happens in the school. But I will not wait to see it happen I will not let these people let my daughter be bullied anymore I am done.
May 03, 2017 Submitted by a parent
If I could give this school negative stars, I would. Second day of school, the principal demands why my daughter won't speak up and speak clearly. My daughter has an IEP for speech and in Kindergarten. A majority of the doctor's notes were not excused. The administrative staffed questioned about our daughter's continual sickness. I contacted the district after having every test ran on my daughter in fear something was wrong and it turns out that many kids were sick in the school constantly (our daughter was out an average of one week a month). The district addressed the school immediately that they should not be telling me or any other parent that we HAVE to bring our child into school with a fever how often they have been out. Yes, they really did tell me one time that they would not excuse her doctor's notes anymore and she HAD to come to school with her 102 fever. After the district swiftly took care of this, I was called into the school that afternoon. The staff wanted to discuss that I must have been mistaken by what was said. Before they could continue reprimanding me, I reminded them that this meeting could be considered retaliation. The meeting came to a close quickly. In the upcoming weeks, our daughter was asking to learn Spanish. Turns out she was told multiple times that they assumed our child was suffering from a speech delay due to learning Spanish first as a language. My husband is Native American. We have never spoken Spanish in the household. So my daughter is now confused about what language she should be speaking. And finally, the lunch issue. We have been told twice already we would be notified if her lunch money reaches a negative and even if it does, there will be no special treatment. Our daughter came home asking why she was so different. She had been receiving sack lunches with the bare minimum of food because she had no lunch money for the past two weeks! I dropped off lunch money at the office and they failed to turn it in. I asked why I wasn't notified and my husband went down to the school to find out what exactly happened since our daughter was in tears being "different" and bottling it up for so long. They had no solution or response. They didn't even deny they failed to notify us like they should. Needless to say, we are homeschooling next year. What's sad is that I only listed the BIG issues.
January 13, 2016 Submitted by a parent
The principle was rude and there was no teacher parent communication. When I asked about active shooter or emergency drills we were told to not worry about it. The teacher used shaming to punish children.
August 26, 2013 Submitted by a parent
Mesa has been a huge part of my kids'lives! The teachers truly care about them and they have helped my kids through the toughest times in their lives.....i love this school!
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Average Rent in Fountain, CO

  • Fountain, CO Average Rental Price, November 2018$1,068/mo
  • 1 Bedroom$1,032
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,050

Fountain, CO Apartment Rent Ranges

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  • Associate Degree14%
  • Bachelor Degree13%
  • Graduate Degree6%

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