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Acorn Grove Apts.Available Today! Last updated 23 Aug 2019(336) 672-9361
- 1-2 Beds
- 1-2 Baths
Donna L Loflin Elementary School Overview405 South Park St, Asheboro, NC 27203 , Tel: +1 (336) 625-1685 Asheboro City School District
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Type: Public Elementary School
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Donna L Loflin Elementary School Ratings & Reviews
My children have had a great experience at this school. Teachers, administrators, and the counselor work very hard at creating a positive, loving, caring school climate, and teach social skills, teamwork, kindness, and positive character traits. There is zero-tolerance on bullying, and it is quickly dealt with if it occurs. They have a system in place called PBIS--which helps reinforce positive behavior and focuses on teaching healthy ways to deal with conflict and emotions. My children are challenged academically. Class sizes are GREAT--well below the state average. They have a full-time Art, Music, and PE teacher that do a phenomenal job with the kids. MANY teachers have a Master's degree in their area, and are enthusiastic about their jobs, encouraging creativity and fun while learning. They genuinely care for the children they work with. The principal is approachable and willing to listen to parent concerns. There is an active PTA which allows parents to stay involved in their child's school as well. We love Donna Lee Loflin!
The school staff helps to create a loving environment for the students on a daily basis. They go above and beyond to ensure that the needs of each student are appropriately addressed, and even go so far as to attend out-of-school events for their students...how awesome!
Both of my children have attended Loflin Elementary. My daughter is an 4/5th PBL classroom. She has excelled this year in many ways, particularly her ability to engage in rhetoric and in abstract mathematical thinking. I attribute this growth to her teacher and the culture of Loflin. I disagree with the previous comment. .. specially since my children have been through Loflin now for 6 years. Again, "when waiting to pick up children" I see staff and constantly see administration outside the building during pick up and drop off times talking with parents and being accessible.You could not ask for a more caring and loving school and if I had to do it all over again, I would still send my children to Loflin.
The teachers here are awesome however the principal is a piece of work. She is a adult on a power trip and could care less about the special needs children or parents. I've had great experiences with the teachers wanting to help my son succeed but have had the power trip principal go a far as getting in my childs face screaming and put her finger in my sons face and then suspending him for getting upset and yelling back. Mind you this is a child with mental and physical problems.
This school has no special programs to offer to the children. The teachers are out of the school almost as soon as the school shuts down. The involvement of the staff with the parents is truly lacking and in great need for better communication. There are no incentives for the children to want to wake up and go to school each day. I understand this is only the second year for the new principle but there needs to be more of a push for the children to enjoy school. If we are unable to excite children about school and get them involved in schools at the elementary years then there is no chance for them to want to get involved during middle school and high school years! THIS IS WHY THERE ARE SO MANY HOME SCHOOLING PARENTS THESE DAY!
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