I was assigned a new school after 3 years at a rough-n-tumble title 1 elementary school. I did a lot of work for health promotion that positively impacted the school and staff. This year I've been stationed at another title 1 elementary school and the middle school across the playground from them. I hardly know anyone at either school, don't understand their school cultures or routines, am drowning in the beginning of the year work of two schools and feeling incredibly alone and anxious, bringing way too much worry home every night.
July 9, Worse customer service ever.
I tried to sign up online for my son to take a credit recovery class and it was impossible. Try to get help online and the person online support was useless.
Got someone on the phone on a Monday after waiting for 45 minutes and it took them forever to get on the phone. Stated they will send me the information the following business day and I had to call them a week later to get the info for my son to start the class.
I decided to withdraw my son because of the horrible service and they did not withdraw any of the money. I call that stealing. We require contact information to ensure our reviewers are real. We use intelligent software that helps us maintain the integrity of reviews.
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MOST of the links in the site either do not work at all or no longer exist. Don't waste your money or your child's time. March 30, My son is a high student and we tried Keystone for half a semester and it went well but after that it went downhill fast.
The amount of work they make students do is ridiculous. I was told the work would be equivalent to public school. After complaining and complaining because now my son has fallen behind, I once again called and they stated it was harder than public schools.
No one follows up and the teachers really do not seem to care. It's like having a teacher's aide just grade work all day. Once he is caught up I plan to move him to a different program. This curriculum will definitely detour kids away from college. I put myself through college online and that was a breeze compare to this.
March 21, This was my first time trying an online school and my child is in the 10th grade. It started out pretty rough and I ask for contact information of the "Mentor".
The person who signed us up led me to believe he would have. I was quickly told that person did not exist.
It soon became obvious the courses were more than my child could do on his own. I decided to take him out of Keystone. After withdrawing, I was told that I still have to pay the full amount as if he was still attending for the whole year. They only give full refunds up to 30 days.
I understand I wouldn't get money back, but if they are no longer providing services why am I still paying as if he was there?
They say I should have read this policy in the terms and conditions during enrollment but I didn't see it! I not only feel they are deceitful but there isn't the support they lead you to believe they will provide, not really any communication with real teachers.A New MiddleWeb Blog.
The majority of my plus years of teaching have been at the middle school level. When people ask what I do and I tell them “teach tweens,” their response is generally something along the lines of “better you than me, sister.”.
Nov 12, · A Middle School Teacher with mid-career experience which includes employees with 5 to 10 years of experience can expect to earn an average total . The teacher, identified by family and students as year-old Jason Seaman, His little sister goes to the middle school.
"It was rough," he said. My Years In Middle School My best friends and I still visit our old elementary school. And by visit, I mean skate and get kicked out. I lost a lot of family members that year, so I try to forget about that year when it pops up in my head. 7th grade is also when my dad started drinking again.
My dad is a really cool guy, but when he's drunk, he. Most of the changes stem from being realistic about what middle school is — and isn’t. Years ago I was directing a play and we had a rough first dress rehearsal.
Some of the parents worried. Hi All, I'm having a really hard start to this year. I was assigned a new school after 3 years at a rough-n-tumble title 1 elementary school.
My old school was hard; they had been through a zillion nurses when I got there, but I stayed, persisted and fought hard to be more than just the lice queen and the ice packs/bandaid person.