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E Melvin Honeycutt Elementary School Overview

4665 Lakewood Dr, Fayetteville, NC 28306 , Tel: +1 (910) 426-2020 Cumberland County School District
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    Type: Public Elementary School
    Grades: K-5
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E Melvin Honeycutt Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

May 08, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Both of my Daughters have attended Honeycutt since Kindergarten.Their teachers have been amazing and caring.They have many students from military families and are very willing to help with kids struggling with issues during deployments.
April 27, 2017 Submitted by a community member
My daughter started at Honeycutt 3 years ago. If there were ever an issue it was quick to get fixed. Office staff has been caring and helpful especially Kelly. The principal is always encouraging to my daughter and recognizes her hard work and performance. Teachers vary A LOT! Many different personalities but, if you're a grown up and know how to speak to people they are willing to work with you and your child. I'm excited to see what this next year brings as my little one will be starting kindergarten this year. I have read a lot of reviews complaining about the AR program. This is not the schools fault or doing! AR is part if common core. Blame Obama not Honeycutt.
February 08, 2017 Submitted by a community member
This school has many fabulous teachers however if you are unfortunate enough to have a bad teacher then don't expect any help from the administrator or the district. I think it amazing that the administration has the nerve to post on this site and say not to trust this site. It pretty much shows how you will be treated if you must go to her with a concern. She will blame you and not address the problem. If you read through the comments, many of them discuss similar concerns yet the comments were written years apart, which means that the same problems occur year after year after year and they are not addressed. The secretary is a problem yet nothing is done because the administrator and secretary are friends. The PTA is a problem. One PTA member attempted to fix this and was banned from the building. IEP's are a problem. The administrator has said on numerous occasions that she does not want IEP students in her building and she doesn't feel that she should have to deal with them. She can't address these concerns because she knows very, very little about IEP's. She is either unable or unwillingly to assist with accomodations. The special education teacher, that most parents have issues with, is one of her best friends. If you say something negative about her best friend, then you are the one that is wrong. The administrator is correct about one thing. Anyone can write an anonymous critique and there is no accountability. However, I would not take time out of my day to write a negative comment about a place that I like. I guess someone could pick a random school, in a random district, in a random state, read all of the reviews, then write a completely made up, yet similar comment. One final comment from me: AR (accelerated reader) at this school is awful. AR is hated by almost EVERY. SINGLE. PARENT. and most teachers. AR goals are too high. If your child is a good reader then there goal is the highest. Your 2nd grader could be required to read 20+ chapter books each grading period and test on each book. IT IS AWFUL! Students stress over their goals and parents dread them.
August 20, 2015 Submitted by a parent
We have two kids that have been here from 1st through 5th grades. My boy has had some behaviour problems, he has had a IEP for several years, and although not perfect, Honeycutt has been good to work with us. Literally all the teachers have been good, and most of them really super great. Mrs. Mueller is a good principal and cares about the students. Mrs. Good is the best music teacher you could ask for. The AIG teachers are fantastic. I work full time but take the time to volunteer at the school as much as I can and get to know the teachers and staff.
June 14, 2015 Submitted by a parent
First off, let me say that we have LOVED the teachers that we have had. My child has only been at Honeycutt for 2 years, but both years the teachers were amazing and more than willing to help. However, the administration and office staff leave much to be desired. It is often difficult to get anyone in the office to acknowledge you. I once was told to "hold on" so that one of the office staff could take a personal phone call from their personal cell phone regarding something they had forgotten to do the day prior. I also had a family member put on hold for the principal who was suppose to answer a question about a volunteer opportunity. The principal answered the call, did not ever ask for my family members information, told my family member calls hadn't been made yet, and then hung up without answering any of the questions my family member had. I initially attempted to participate in the PTA, but it was very apparent from the get go that this was a huge clique and they weren't looking for new members. The schools utilization of AR is ridiculous and is not in anyway, shape, or form beneficial to a child's love of reading. My child is reading well above grade level and spent days in tears out of fear of not meeting their goal in time. My child was taking 5-10 tests a day which means they were reading 5-10 books a day. When was my student doing this? While the rest of the class was working on other assignments. In my opinion, this is not a way to encourage reading or comprehension. If your child doesn't require a lot of administration attention I would say this school would be great. If you have a child that will need assistance and support from the administration, it might benefit you to look elsewhere.
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