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Iroquois Point Elementary School Overview

5553 Cormorant Ave, Ewa Beach, HI 96706 , Tel: +1 (808) 499-6500 Hawaii Department Of Education

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Iroquois Point Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

February 10, 2017 Submitted by a parent
This school is a farce. If you have a child with even a mild learning disability I would look elsewhere. I will say that our experience is with 3rd grade and up (with multiple children) but do not let that fool you. Many teachers are moved to different grades each year. They only do what they are minimally required to do and many teachers my children had just seem to not really care. This attitude of complacency is throughout. As I look back on my children's experience at this school I can see that the good teachers left and those that remain behind are baseline at best. Yes there are exceptions to that rule, for instance, Mr. Kamiya who teaches fourth grade is a wonderful example of what a teacher should represent. The teacher helpers are often just as bad and have no idea how to help children with their work. One older woman (who seems to have no knowledge with working with children with learning disabilities) took it upon herself to help my child and what she did undermined everything my child had been working on. The only thing this school has going for it is its school schedule. It is not on a track schedule like the other schools in the area.
December 21, 2016 Submitted by a community member
This school is a complete joke. A 7 really? Express your opinions to a teacher and you put a target on your child's back for the rest of the year. Everytime I have walked into the " Health Room" they are both doing nothing but playing on their phones and they acted as if I'm disturbing them. Can't wait to pull my child got this poor excuse for a school
April 24, 2014 Submitted by a parent
I have been very happy with the experience my children and I have had at Iroquois Point. There was a hard transition when we got a new principal, Mrs. Reed. I feel that the vision she has for the school is great and she is really involved in making every kid feel like they count. There are a ton of opportunities to volunteer and help out the school. Both in the classroom and in the PTA. The staff in the office is not friendly but don't let that scare you away. The teachers are fantastic! The school has a strong after school program. My children dance in the Hula and we love it. We really feel like we are getting the "Hawaiian" experience. This school offers Hawaiian studies to all the grades. That is something you will not find in most of the local schools. I am also very happy with the IB program. My kids have learned so many extra things because of it. I would not hesitate to recommend this school to a friend and I am so happy that my children attend here.
December 03, 2013 Submitted by a community member
Everyone in the community is happy with IPES and think that the students seem challenged, excited to go to school and they really like their teachers.
September 29, 2013 Submitted by a parent
Never have I encountered a school that praises themselves for only achieving 68% of the students able to pass the State testing (and we all know how easy those tests are). This is a school of teachers and administrators that are more concerned with their own jobs/careers rather than even the basic welfare of the students. Federal and state laws are not upheld nor fulfilled and student safety is not a major concern to anyone. Monies are mismanaged and not accounted for and the ability for teachers and staff to even utilize proper English grammar and spell words correctly is a continuous challenge ... and you wonder why your child begins to make stupid mistakes. This is a school where parents concerns are only provided lip-service and never really addressed. But then again this is Hawaii. Many parents elect not to participate in the school or support the school simply since it is a complete mess in the way the school is administrated and the political favoritism that is propagated by the administration. Then they wonder why parental engagement is so low (but they refuse to look in the mirror).
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