My son is in Mrs.Eldabaja's class. I can't express how happy I am with this school. We were previously a homeschooling family only I was really hesitant about sending my children to school. I can honestly say it is one of the best decisions we have ever made. This school offers amazing parenting classes as well. I really enjoy the "play therapy" and "child discipline" classes the most. They give you so many great tips and go above and beyond teaching you how a childs brain is wired and so on. The parent classes are an absolute must! His teacher is very kind and caring as well. My son comes home wanting to write and talks about letter sounds and the spelling of words all the time now from what he learns in class. I am so glad to be a part of this school. Not to mention their school classrooms are adorable! They also get a free breakfast or lunch depending on if they come in the morning or afternoon classes. Most schools don't offer a free meal to each preschooler since they are only there 3 hours a day. This school does though, and that is an awesome little bonus! I'd just like to throw in one more little thing, the school counselor, who happens to teach some of the classes is an outstanding person! She is the real deal, caring, and helpful. She makes you feel so welcome. I love that this school really truly encourages parent participation. You really work as a team together here and it feels like a second home from day one.
Phenomenal leadership!!! They go out of their way to make everyone feel welcome. They make this school like a small community instead of leaving us parents on the outside. The classes they teach are also really good classes. I have learned so much from them!
This school is amazing!!!! - The teachers and staff really care about my child and her development. I must say I never imagined my child coming home with homework in pre-k, but it just goes to show that the school is really trying to help the kids succeed. My child loves going everyday and I can definitely see improvements and she has only been attending for a few weeks now!
I strongly agree. My child has definitely learned manners and has improved "good behavior" since she started going to Clifton. For example. I had to go pick my child up early one day and when I was waiting in the office, the children were coming in from recess outside. They all were walking in a single file line, with their hands behind their backs (duck tails is what they tell the kids lol) and they were extremely quiet and walking very nicely back to their class. I was amazed at the kids doing so well to keep quiet and walk back to class without disrupting others!