This school is unbearably sad. My son is in the advanced class and his teacher sends home a weekly letter that, since week 1, is completely riddled with spelling and grammatical errors. It makes me cringe. She gives at least an hour of homework every night which ranges nonsensically from 4+4 to long division. It's clearly just printed from some random internet page. She has also instructed these young minds that zero is in fact an even number. Are you serious?! I received a call home from the principal that my son was in an "altercation" . It consisted of him (8 years old) going to the bathroom and being punched in the stomach by a 13 year old! The kid was a "problem child" just roaming the hallways I guess. I was happy they contacted me and they seemed to take good care of my son after the incident, but when I went in for conferences and asked the teacher SHE HAD NO IDEA WHAT I WAS TALKING ABOUT. Then clearly realized she had no idea and said "yes the kids use the restroom". Are you joking me?I've twice came and picked my son up in the car line and there were no teachers or anything. kindergartners and 1st graders just wandering through traffic. Parent's flying up the wrong side of the street to try and pick their kid up faster. I asked my son where the teachers were and he said they were just talking inside and didn't come out today.Just go to the website for this school. It's a generic webpage generated by the garbage CMSD. Call the number listed. It doesn't even work. Go to the calendar of events. You can't see anything that's on there and there's no times listed for early release days. Guess you just have to know. There is zero communication to parents. You had better be ready to go into the school and pick up flyers. If you do go in, expect to be confronted by an extremely rude office assistant. Truly I don't blame her. You can't expect ONE SINGLE PERSON to handle every person and phone call that comes in. Just one. For a K-8 school.
2401 W Pleasant Valley RdCleveland, OH 44134
From Business: Established in 1960, Green Valley Elementary School enrolls more than 420 students in kindergarten through grade six. It offers a variety of academic subjects, in…
Padua has become part of our everyday lives and my son enjoys going. They have given him more than just a place to learn.
They made sure my wife was very comfortable and made my life easier. We loved the staff and their attention to care.
Padua Franciscan High School they treat the students so respectfully and the students do the same to the staff.
One of my sons went to Padua Franciscan High School and they are now teaching and he is very successful because of what they taught him.
When my sons went to Padua Franciscan High School and the communication between the staff and myself is great.
Padua Franciscan High School is great. I love everyone who works here. They have great communication with me.
My son is under a scholarship here at Padua Franciscan High School and he does so good here even though hes plays a sport and is dedicating his time to that and school.
My son is finishing up his freshmen year at Padua Franciscan High School and he rates them 110 on a scales from 1-10.
My sister was so very excited to learn about the I Can Schools of Greater Cleveland. This school stands for Excellence, -0- tolerance with bullying, swearing and fighting. She thought she hit a gold mine when she discovered this school. She even took time out of her day to sit down with me and show me all the highlights that the school offered and wanted me to pull my son from Parma Schools and send him here, for a "higher level of learning" such as you would get in a college prep school. Well, within the last three weeks all my sister has received is a run around regarding transportation. The brochure stated that all children would be eligible for transportation to and from school but now she is being told that she may live to far away. I mean seriously? I think that should have been discussed prior to enrollment so my sister could have had some options, don't you think? Then today my nephew was HIT by another student. Yes, HIT. The school with zero tolerance for fighting issued a a detention to the child that hit my nephew. Yes folks, a Detention. The handbook has firm consequences when it comes to putting hands on students and all this child got was detention. It gets better, my nephew got a detention too! Sad part is my nephew never hit the kid back. But I guess this school teaches children that if someone is having words with you and you don't like what they are saying you have the right to hit the other kid. On a scale from 1-10 with 1 being the lowest score I would give this school a 1. Lies, Lies and more Lies and once again no justice and non-fair treatment. Believe me, if my nephew would have put a finger on another student he would have been suspended. My suggestion to my sister is: If you want fair treatment and you want to make sure your child is not hit, home school them. Shame on you I Can School of Professor Ave. You might want to consider changing the name to I Can't Schools. Just Saying.