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Elm Street Middle School Overview

117 Elm St, Nashua, NH 03060 , Tel: +1 (603) 594-4322 Nashua School District
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    Type: Public Middle School
    Grades: 6-8
  • 1043

    Students

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Elm Street Middle School Ratings & Reviews

January 24, 2018 Submitted by a student
This is my final year at Elm street, and I can say I am sad to be leaving. It was very enjoyable, and some of the teachers are truly astounding. I have only seen one fight, (in the commons area), and the teachers immediately ran to stop it. Sadly, I know plenty of students who were bullied there, and guidance counselors did nothing to stop it. While last year, and this year, I have had amazing teachers, sixth grade was a mess. My math teacher favored students, giving them easy A's, while other students had to work impossibly hard, and barely scraped by with a B. My English teacher that year, did not care at all, and it was not prepared for seventh grade, nor was I in science. It truly depends on what team you are sorted on, and what teachers you have. Elm street can be a lot of fun, but sometimes it can feel like a nightmare. One of my friends, got in a fight with one of the teachers, (after the art teacher forced her to change her project) and for the rest of the trimester, the teacher was incredibly rude.
September 20, 2013 Submitted by a parent
I am a parent of a new 6th grader. I have so many questions that I have been asking about school work or they days off calander, I get no answers. I wrote in my daughters agenda, which is supposed to be very "important" in the communication process between parents and teachers, I get nothing in return. She is having difficulties at home with her homework because certain teachers do not provide the proper books for them to lears/study/get information from. The one time so far, its been 4 weeks of school, that my daughter brought home an Atlas, first off, it was a 1994 edition, cover/back pages also random other pages were missing. How are our kids supposed to learn with tools like that? I understand this is the "inner city" middle school and I have to say, so far, so good. Seems the "cliques" stay to themselves and let the other students be. I do, however believe that students can achieve their goals with a set mind and a sense of knowledge to keep and stay out of trouble here.
September 11, 2013 Submitted by a parent
The team did not follow through on what they agreed upon. The teachers are overwhelmed and the leadership is underwhelming. Knowing what I know now, I would not have sent my child there.
July 20, 2013 Submitted by a community member
I thought that this school was overall great. It gave a chance for students to socialize and make friends with new people. Elm street also had some great teachers. Although some of the other students aren't as friendly. There are many so-called 'mean girls' and gangs. There are also a lot of fights.. And there's a crazy art teacher who is obsessed with dragons. I mean, the kids call her dragon lady. She's creepy.. She also has a dragon puppet and talks to it.. One time, she gave the whole class C's for the trimester. She also gave my friend a detention for no apparent reason. I don't like her.. But overall this is a great school. I had fun and experienced many new things. I totally recommend this school!
March 20, 2012 Submitted by a parent
had to switch teams of teachers a few mos. into school due to staff behaviors. counsel services very helpful. staff not communicating via mandated internet program. teachers oblivious to behaviors of students in class as we have brought issues to their attention and they were completely unaware. gym class ridiculously unsafe. art teacher obsessed with dragons- shows dragon movies? come on! kids begged to be removed from that class. very disappointed yet know there are also good teachers, unfortunately, the bad are quite bad, inappropriate, negligent and unaware of their impact on students' lives.
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