88 out of 10GreatSchools

Parkmont Elementary School

Fremont, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 885


Parkmont Elementary School
2601 Parkside Drive
Fremont, CA 94536
(510) 793-7492
Parkmont Elementary School is located in Fremont, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 8 out of 10
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Reviews15 Reviews

Very few good teachers we have in this school, we got horrible teacher this year and I can see lot of difference in my child, my child is not confident in any of his subject as he was earlier. In this one year my child went from confident A grade student to confuse and NOT confident child :( Schools should review teachers and see what they are doing day to day....
Parkmont is one of the best public schools i have known so far during my 25 years of helping schools as a volunteer in VIPS program. All my three daughters started their academic endeavor at T.H. Rogers from Kindergarten. Rogers is a gift and talented program school. I can tell what make huge differences between these two schools and many other schools is that more parental involvement for Rogers and more than 90% of parents with their college degrees is for Partkmont and its students. My youngest daughter loved and admired many teachers at Partkmont. She graduated from Parkmont last school year During last class she gave a special souvenir with her written poem, school pictures and classroom symbols to her already decided retire principal. I have been searching for solutions to our problematic and seem-to-be broken education systems here in America involving with three crucial elements in education and school: Control, responsibility and accountability. My question to all American parents: Do we need a new 28th US Constitutional Amendment to fix them? . Among 27 Amendments there was no amendment for education The USA and its citizens have already tried everything. What else ?
The parents push and tutor their children to accel on state tests here, not the staff. This accounts for the high score. Many programs and activities have been lost such as chorus, drama, the Halloween carnival, and dance festival in the years my children have attended. Parents are treated disrespectfully by the office and administration. The principal is incompetent, rude and disliked by much of the community. My kids have liked their teachers, but with class sizes so high it's hard for them to get much attention. Look around town carefully before choosing this attendance areas. Some lower performing schools are more well-rounded, friendlier, and offer more opportunities for enrichment.
The worst staff I have ever seen. The Admin staff is rude, Teachers are unqualified. They abuse students by talking down to them. Should be assessed by Department of Education.
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