66 out of 10GreatSchools

Mossdale Elementary School

Lathrop, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-8
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  • Enrollment: 1022


Mossdale Elementary School
455 Brookhurst Boulevard
Lathrop, CA 95330
(209) 938-6285
Mossdale Elementary School is located in Lathrop, CA and serves grades K-8.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Reviews9 Reviews

I would go 10 out of 10, better than private schools in Bay Area.
We pulled our kids out of Mossdale in favor of River Island and STEAM Academy.The last straw with Mossdale was our 2nd grade child's experience. We went through a full year conflicted with how or if we really should reinforce the discipline that our son's 2nd grade teacher insisted he needed. She claimed repeatedly that he was a disruption to the class and her ability to reach the struggling students in her class because he was always trying to answer the questions she posed in class.....isn't that what kids are supposed to do? We moved him to STEAM in River Island and he is flourishing there. The 3rd grade teacher there seems to really appreciate ours son's desire to participate and learn, rather than shut him up, like the Mossdale experience. I would recommend looking at your options. If you are willing to drive your children a couple of miles, consider RITechA or STEAM. Mossdale isn't worth the Mello-Roos we are paying.
It is a beautiful school. Teachers are excellent. Students are working hard. Need to have plan for trips to DC for 8th Graders. It is an experience of a life time. We need to have more parent involvements.
My children have been at Mossdale for the 6 years it has been open. I specifically moved to this area so my kids could go here. The staff has been nothing but supportive and caring towards students and parents. The teachers go above and beyond to reach their students. I see the dedication in their jobs by all the extra UNPAID time they devote to their students. I am realistic in the fact that much of what is taught in schools is dictated by the district, and ultimately the state, as there are standards that have to be met. The few negative comments or attitudes toward the school/teachers have been from parents who don't take responsibility for their children's behaviors and place blame on everyone else. Teachers still manage to reach their students through the time constraints, unsupportive parents, struggling students, lack of educational funding and state testing. They go above and beyond what is required of them on a daily basis. I am so impressed by the teachers and staff, and feel blessed my children go to Mossdale!
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