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Monroe Elementary School Overview

140 Dillard Dr, Monroe, GA 30656 , Tel: +1 (770) 207-3205 Walton County School District

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Monroe Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

May 14, 2017 Submitted by a community member
I currently have a child at this school and can not wait to get her out. She is in second grade and this was her first year at MES. Her teacher is terrible at communicating information to us (the parents). I had to remind the teacher several times of miscommunication on assignments, activities, etc. She always seemed unprepared for our meetings until I got the principle involved (and this is a lady who has been teaching twenty+ years.) The parent support (pto) is very lacking at the school as well. However I think that is part blame on the principle as she makes it hard for communication of the pto because she assumes the worst in people not allowing for people to bring all there talents to the table. This will be my child's last year here. I highly recommend anyone looking to place there child here to look elsewhere. Communication here is awful!!!!!
May 28, 2012 Submitted by a parent
I have really enjoyed this school. My oldest has been there 5yrs and is going into 5th grade and my youngest just completed kindergarten. We had a wonderful year and both their teachers were great. Both of mine grew mentally and socially this year with their teachers. The principal, vice principal, and office staff are accessable and great with. Sure some of the kids that come through there don't seem to have the guidence they need but that has to do with family and not school staff. The staff here obviously care about their students and about the job they are doing. My older son is also in the focus program and this offers him additional challenges and the two focus teachers are also wonderful. I think the school could use more parent involvement. Some parents just don't seem to.want to get involved and I think that involvement is very important. This school has been a great expirence family.
May 15, 2012 Submitted by a parent
I was a little nervous about changing schools and my child being the "new" kid. I am so, so, so happy that we switched. I can honestly say that our 5th grade year with Mrs. Malcom was our best year so far! This is a wonderful teacher and she is very "On Top of It" with discipline, teaching. She makes every child feel like they're the only one in the classroom. I've had to call the school a few times and speak with different staff members. Everyone has always been very helpful. I hope that next year's Kindergarten class is the same for my youngest.
January 22, 2009 Submitted by a parent
Monroe Elem is a good school. Most of the teachers are truly excellent! The principals greet our children by name. They truly care about the education and care of our children. A few children come from really rough homes and need to learn how to take responsibility for their actions. All the teachers seem to want what is best for ALL the students.
November 14, 2008 Submitted by a parent
It is sad that we have behavorial problems at this school. It is the parents job to handle this and teach the children respect of others. To respect the oppurtunity to learn. I have 3 children their and so far so good. Last year I had a problem with my youngest in K he regressed and his teacher was not very, should I dare say, good. She was not intune to a 5/6 yr old. This year in first grade he is excelling. In this world we all have to overcome something. Learning how to learn when everything else is falling apart is a good lesson. Regardless of what others do in my childrens classes, I try my best to say You have to not do like others but do what YOU KNOW is RIGHT. I do not think it is the teachers job to teach our children that.
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Monroe City, GA Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School50%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree11%
  • Graduate Degree5%

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