Vista Del Monte Elementary School2744 North Via Miraleste
Palm Springs, CA 92262(760) 416-8176
Palm Springs, CA 92262(760) 416-8176
Vista Del Monte Elementary School is located in Palm Springs, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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We have two children in special day class (both are autistic) and as far as the classroom and amazing teacher is concern, we are beyond pleased with their growth at VDM.
Vista del monte has a serious prblem with bullying at there institution As well as on the buses. My child has been harassed numerious times at the school, And on the bus ride home. And he was punished for tryin to stand up for himself on every incounter with the other kids? I might also add, that the staff at the school seems to be incompitent to be working with children. My childern mean everything to me and it kills me how horribly our children are being treated/cared for at this school? I do not have a car curretly,other wise i would enroll them in a different school. Last but no least , i have notified the school that my child is lactose intolerant,yet they continue to make him drink milk at lunch and tell him tha thats all he is allowed to have aside from water? Why do we bother telling them our childrens allergies/medical problems? I am writting this review after putting up with all this for almost 3yrs now! Somthing has got to change/improve at that school? I knw im not the only parent who feels this way? :(
Hello, I am a teacher at VDM and I am so very proud of our staff and our students. Last year, out of 14 elementary schools in the district, our school posted the largest growth on the state test, 39 points. Are we perfect? No. Do we have a long way to go? Yes. I can honestly say I have never worked with a more dedicated and vision oriented staff. Regarding the previous posting with information about a special education teacher, in the three years I have been there, no special education teacher has been carried away in a padded van, let alone fired. Similarly, please let it be known that all teachers are mandated CPS reporters, and NO, principals do not have to be notified when a teacher calls CPS. In fact, whenever anyone calls CPS the person making the report will always have his/her identity protected. I personally have called CPS in my 17 years of teaching. In each case, I took each incident extremely seriously, AND I did not have to notify anyone except the CPS case worker I was talking to. So please, before you judge our school so harshly and write erroneous statements, I'd encourage you to come to the school and visit your child's teacher and make your own judgements.
My son attended this school in the Special Education Program. His teacher reported every single student's parents in that class to CPS, for "neglect". The Teacher ended up getting carted away in a padded van, (No kidding!) during school hours. The Principal was also in on this, as a teacher needs a Principal's permission to call CPS and had been fired after that year. After the crazy teacher who had said the kids were trying to poison her was gone. They had substitute after substitute for months. Then the district hired a fresh out of school Teacher who has no clue what she was doing. Special Needs kids need a constant, not 8 million subs and a then a teacher who has no idea what she is doing. I was so happy when my son was transferred out to Landau for 4th and 5th grade. What an amazing difference! Not that Landau is that great, but I think any school would be better than Vista Del Monte.
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