44 out of 10GreatSchools

Munsey Elementary School

Bakersfield, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 668


Munsey Elementary School
3801 Brave Avenue
Bakersfield, CA 93309
(661) 631-5390
Munsey Elementary School is located in Bakersfield, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Reviews9 Reviews

My kindergarten daughter is often bullied and hit by kids call the office didn't do much about it if I can change my daughter I would
There is Great PTA involvement... They are hands-on all the time!!! With events and activities with all the students.
TERRIBLE SCHOOL! I wish I would have had the resources to move from this school when My child was attending. He was BULLIED and harassed on a daily basis. My questions went unanswered and nothing was done to correct the situation. The principle is a poorly educated person with no real grasp of what it takes to deal with children, or people in general. My youngest is just at the age of enrollment now, and am happy to say that I will be teaching him from home. Former principle Ms. Bradsford was terrible at her job. I hope the new principle does a better job for the children but I am not going to stick around and find out. I pity anyone with a kind gentle child having to go to this place where they treated like animals. The child better adapts or be eaten alive!
Overall I feel this school has made great improvements over this last year. It is only my second year with my children attending this school, but I have seen a lot of progress in my own children and thier studies. The kindergarten Teachers were very supportive last year. If there were any concerns the Teachers always brought them up to me. I feel that Most of the Teachers want to be there and are doing a well job teaching my kids. They offer orchestra for my oldest in 4th grade with the instrument on loan, The afterschool program has a great coordinator who always keeps open communication as well as my kids' teachers in the afterschool program. They work on homework there and provide socialization for my kids. There are a few things that need some attention; like some students behaviors while "going to the restroom" or "walking to the office" but that is on the parents who's children should know how to behave at those times. Teachers/ schools staff should be able to trust the students to behave accordingly walking on school grounds. Overall I have had experience in much worse elementary schools and this elementary school has improved a lot and is continuing to improve.
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