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White Elementary School Overview

505 Colonel Way, White, GA 30184 , Tel: +1 (770) 606-5869 Bartow County School District

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White Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

August 16, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Our first child started at WES in 2012-13, and our second in 2015-16. We are very happy with the place. We find that the teachers are dedicated and supportive. We also appreciate the extracurriculars like robotics club, chorus/drama, Math Night, and Science Olympiad, as well as the Gateway Program. At times it does seems a little large and rule-bound, but this can't be helped in these overlawyered days.
December 02, 2015 Submitted by a parent
They haven't the slightest idea how to properly teach a child with dyslexia. They use no multi sensory approaches, although they claim they do. I've not seen it used once. If your child has a special need at all, get them out of there! I didn't rate them terrible, because I do think they are on top of security as far as keeping the children safe.
June 04, 2012 Submitted by a parent
School is ok. They are very busy glorifying the CRCTs at the school and seem to care less about providing a nurturing environment for children. It's a shame because it seems like there is potential at White Elementary. There are a few great teachers at this school, but the majority of them consider it a "job". Lacking in extra-curricular activities, and the PTO seems to be highly-driven to take money consistently from children and parents. I added it up and with the PTO costs and school costs, I averaged a good portion for tuition at a private school. In addition, the Board of Education doesn't really care for its children and behave contrary to what they say they are doing. We are moving out of district for our children's education.
December 04, 2011 Submitted by a parent
My oldest son went to White Elementary from 2004-2010 and my youngest started in 2010, he is currently in 1st grade. I had known of the school long before I had children and did not have a great impression at the time. After the past seven years I am glad I did not change where my son went to school. The teachers are tough, but they are also patient and caring. Both my children are very outgoing, and they have always kept communication strong and kept them in line, yet it is clear that they have truly cared for my child. I look forward to the next five years as my second child progresses through this school.
July 09, 2011 Submitted by a parent
I have had two children at this school, and we are moving districts. I've heard great things about White Elem., and agree the atmosphere is positive and organized, the Principal and Assistant Principal are involved and quick to resolve issues, and they care for their special needs children. But, they are lacking in extra-curricular activities (science, chess, math club, etc), there is too much rigidity in making the kids freeze while the announcements are on, and little follow through on enrolling your child in programs they suggest unless you are on top of it. They could improve on challenging children who are bored by utilizing academic programs offered in other elementary schools. It seems that there is very little parent involvement, and the school suffers as a result. It is hard to say anything negative because the staff are all caring and you get the home-town feel. But, the school doesn't really serve the high-achieving child.
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White, GA Education Statistics

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  • Some High School67%
  • Some College17%
  • Associate Degree9%
  • Bachelor Degree5%

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