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  • Lowrie Primary7

    Wilsonville, OR | Clackamas County

    Quality

    December 19, 2014


    While I can appreciate the comment from the other parent "If your children are in any of the state programs, you can expect to have to hound the teachers for information and partnership," I guess my perspective and experience of this was much different. My child has a diagnosis that requires extra educational and teacher assistance to help him be successful, but I took a proactive approach in this endeavor by being an advocate for my childs learning. As a parent, I guess I don't wait for others to organize or approach me about needed services that would be beneficial for my child. It took a simple 5 minutes out of my day to send my sons teacher an email. She responded immediately (within the hour) and coordinated a visit with the school psychologist and special assistance instructor and herself so we could engage in open discussion about how to best support my son both at home and in the classroom. I have nothing but positive things to say about Lowrie Primary School, which in addition, happens to have one of the most effective school principles I have ever seen. This is truely a wonderful learning environment for children, with very supportive faculty.

    Submitted by a parent

    December 12, 2014


    While the school facility is very new and very nice, there is a serious lack of communication between the school faculty and parents. The extra curricular activities and events run by the school have been a great addition, but general education in this school environment has been a struggle. If your children are in any of the state programs, you can expect to have to hound the teachers for information and partnership. There is potential here, but a lack of organization and leadership have left parents feeling supremely disappointed. An elementary school needs to have a culture of helping every student find a love of learning, and that is not happening here. Outward appearance - great. Inward effectiveness - not great.

    Submitted by a parent

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