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Desert Trails Elementary School

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Adelanto

Adelanto, CA 92301

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"Desert Trails Elementary school was closed in June 2013."

Desert Trails Elementary School, located in Adelanto, California, is a charter preschool school. Based on its state test results, it has received a GreatSchools Rating of 1 out of 10.

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Posted on Aug 8, 2014
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I was a teacher at DTPA for the 2013-2014 school year. This school is a joke. Special Education services are not provided legally and the teachers work their bums off, with little to no positive feedback. Teachers are attacked and students endure a lengthy school day that burns them out. DTPA also has teachers working for the school that are not credentialed. I would stay far away from this school.
--Submitted by a teacher

Posted on Jun 25, 2014
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This is a great independent charter school that accepts Transitional Kindergarten up to 6th grade.
--Submitted by a teacher

Posted on May 29, 2012
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My kids have been at Desert Trails since 2008. Up until this year my kids were never bullied. I love the new Principal Mr. Mobley. I hope he is able to turn this school around. I love all the teachers that my kids have had. I do agree that we need to get MORE parents involved that we need at this school
--Submitted by a parent

Posted on Apr 6, 2012
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My sister has been going to DT for her second year. She is in fifth grade and she loves her teacher but there is ALOT of bullying. Personally you run into bad teachers like you run into bad cops. Not all of them are good, but not all of them are bad either. I personally think that the problem lays more with the students AND PARENTS. Teach your kids some respect and maybe kids won't be disrupted and actually will get the opportunity to learn something. I get tired of seeing the parent protesters talking about how it's the teachers fault. NO it's the parents fault. When did it become that the teacher had to be the parent. I see a lot of rudeness with parents at the school. It's not the teachers or the staffs fault for YOUR KIDS fighting. It's only they're job to control the situation as much as possible. I also get tired of having to wait at the intersection for a long time, it's not the wait that bothers me, it's the un supervised kids walking extra slow through the cross walk and dancing in the street.

Posted on Apr 3, 2012
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my child went to this school for 2 years. there teachers were ok but there staff was bad. the princable does nothing when you have a problem all they say is ok dont worry ill do something about it and they never do. this school is not the type of school you would want to send your child to and there is alot fighting, gossiping, and many more so please do not send you child to this school because your child will not have a good elementry year here.

Posted on Jul 20, 2011
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I attended Desert Trails from K-6. There were a lot of gossiping and students fighting and calling me names. I had fun and learned a lot in Mr. Franco's class. He gave us gift cards and granola bars.

Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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ok obviously the person who commented saying that carlson was a great teacher wasnt in his class! i was and theres nothing great about that teacher that goes for payton too. i went to desert trails from kinder to 6th grade alright i think i know about the teachers. but the school wasnt great some of my best teachers were ms.hoffman and ms.freeman i knew ms.freeman as ms.gray but those teachers were great i had fun learning.

Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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Okay, this is coming from a student there for two years and I am now in ninth grade. My experience there wasn't the best but not the worst because I didn't get bullied . But I can assure you there was many fights, as much as once a day. No field trips and the work was way too easy. As a student it was a miserable place to be and made me not like school. I transferred in 6th grade. : (

Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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it is not a school you would want to send your child , the principal does nothing to protect students from bulling, as well as special day class does not benifit students
--Submitted by a parent

Posted on May 13, 2009
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Some special teachers such as Payton and Carlson who really care, but they are met with an administrator who is unsupportive of his staff and students, I question his ability to lead. I pulled my son out and it's the best thing I could have done for his education. DT used to be a thriving school with basketball, yearbook and field trips. The last few years have been sad for both staff and students.
--Submitted by a parent


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