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J.W. Alvey Elementary School Overview

5300 Waverly Farm Dr, Haymarket, VA 20169 , Tel: +1 (571) 261-2556 Prince William County Public Schools

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J.W. Alvey Elementary School Ratings & Reviews

May 15, 2018 Submitted by a parent
I have 3 children, and one has successfully completed his elementary education at this school. He excelled and was met with support for his challenges in each year of his schooling here. The staff are welcoming and friendly and the administration is knowledgeable and hands-on.
December 15, 2014 Submitted by a parent
So far Alvey doesn't seem a top school. Home work is non existent, there reason was they wanted well rounded students meaning they should be doing other activities besides homeowork at home. I understand that concept but if they dont discpline their students and get them used to homework and studying they will not be prepared for real life unless you anyone knows of a top university that doesnt give home or ask their students to study let me know. I mean literally maybe if lucky an hour of homework a week. Their answer to homework is at least 20-30 min of reading each night, yeah!! Coming from the Fairfax county school system the difference is night and day. I am really surprised.
September 22, 2014 Submitted by a parent
We have only been here short time, but already have problems working with the staff regarding my son's IEP. The principal likes to do things her way and doesn't like to be questioned. She says she has a Special Ed background but when I asked her about reading programs for dyslexia - like Wilson or Susan Barton - She says she never heard of them. We agree to certain things in meetings, but the school does exactly what they want. The gen ed teacher barely has anything on her webpage, although other teachers do so much more. So you never have any idea what's going on. They are not letting my son do gen ed math work although he finished doing grade level work a year ago. They have a sub for the special ed class so the kids aren't really getting proper instruction. They don't offer any good after school enrichment programs because they say they don't want parents to pay anything. So they have parents run things. I think they just don't want the bother. Other schools have PTA's run this, but I get the feeling the principal wants complete control and doesn't let anybody do anything creative. If think it's okay NOT to ask questions about your child's education - this school is for you.
September 22, 2014 Submitted by a parent
The principal is passive-aggressive. She will say things to your face and be nice, and then do things the way she wants to even to the detriment of your child. She does not have your child's interest at heart. It seems like she doesn't want to improve or make anything better. She's just trying to maintain the status-quo. She does a poor job in hiring teachers. Last year she hired a math teacher and within a few months realized he couldn't do his job and removed him. They made him someone else's assistant. You wonder, how can this happen? I also wonder why parents don't want to volunteer for the PTA - maybe it's because they have to deal with her. It seems like Alvey needs some new blood.
July 22, 2014 Submitted by a parent
We lived in the area in 2011 and found this schools's approach inconsiderate to our daughter, to us as parents and at one point out right inappropriate. Our daughter attended half of first grade here, during which time assessments were given to determine our daughter's skill level in sight word reading and spelling. Our daughter struggled, yet no communication came home in regard to studying or on when the next assessment might happen. By the end of the first quarter, they referred my daughter to a reading specialist and she progressed quickly through reading levels. At this time I was reading three books a night to my child, two times each. Before winter break I was called in for a conference where I was told how well my daughter was doing and that my daughter was "a princess" who liked the additional attention and didn't really need help. The reading specialist said she'd never seen anyone progress in the program so quickly and dismissed any notion that my daughter was really struggling. My daughter was later diagnosed through a psycho-educational evaluation as being dyslexic. We moved by January and I am so glad we did. My daughter is thriving elsewhere.
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Haymarket, VA Education Statistics

  • No High School2%
  • Some High School15%
  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree8%
  • Bachelor Degree29%
  • Graduate Degree22%

Apartments and homes for rent near J.W. Alvey Elementary School

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