851 NW 68th Ave, Plantation, FL 33317, USA
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I actually attend my kindergarten year at Peter’s and it was a wonderful time. The teachers were kind, the children were actually very polite all things considered, and the buses were all color coded and organized;easy for 5 year old me to get home safe.
My child attended 5th grade at Peters. I love the school. Miss Taylor and Miss O’Brian are awesome. True educators. My child improved greatly
I wasn’t a student. But my child attended Peter’s Elementary in 5th grade. My son had a great experience over all. His classmates and his adviser in particular.
As a parent, I didn’t have any bad experience as far how both the teachers and office staff conducted their business with me.
This is my children’s second year at Peters and I have nothing but wonderful things to say about the teachers who helped both my third and first grader through the year.
However, the office is another story. I hope you don’t have an emergency situation during your children’s school year, because they are almost impossible to deal with. I spoke with “Sharon” in regards to my children’s dismissal, and she was less than pleasant (for lack of a better word). She basically told me to leave my job or my children wouldn’t have a ride home regardless if I was in a bind or not. I suggest reevaluating your office faculty – I will most likely be finding another school based on my recent experience.
The student who wrote that they went to “this school ‘sence’ kindergarten” supports my choice to put my child in a private school rather than Peters Elementary even though we are zoned for Peters; my child is only in kindergarten now!. I want her to have “sense” about her “since” education is too important to take lightly. Bullying is a disease that requires attention from all adults in the lives of children to eradicate it. All of the adults involved with a child are responsible for their well being. Squash it at home; don’t allow it at school