33 out of 10GreatSchools

Las Palmitas Elementary School

Thermal, CA
  • Public
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  • Grades K-6
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  • Enrollment: 603


Las Palmitas Elementary School
86-150 Avenue 66
Thermal, CA 92274
(760) 397-2200
Las Palmitas Elementary School is located in Thermal, CA and serves grades K-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Two or more races
Native American

Reviews5 Reviews

I went to the school for their meeting about the ASES program, and this Program assistant was talking in English and Spanish, then half way through the meeting she just stop talking in English, I had to ask some lady who knew both languages what she was saying,
I really don t like this school, over populated, it is just convince for me because I live in the school zone, I really wish they would cut the zone down, so it won t be so over populated. this morning was the second day of school, I arrived with my boys, at 7:32am only to find out that the school doesn t let their kids inside the gates, I noticed that the buses arrived, and there doors still weren t open, it is really a hazard when they have so many kids waiting to get in, and there are moving vehicles where the kids wait to get in. it was getting so packed by the doors, kids were standing in the Pickup and drop off zone on the road, I was really concerned, I thought to myself my god, my kids will ride the bus and mind you I have a little one, will ride the bus only to be in danger because they don t have the doors opened to the school when the buses arrives, I want to have peace of mind when I send my babies to this school, but in reality I don t.
Love the school! Principal is outstanding and Staff is exceptional! I'm so glad my girls are enrolled!
The teacher are great! Miss Perez, Miss Rodriguez, Miss Martinez and Miss Sowersby are amazing teachers. Everyone at the front desk are very nice. Everything else is awful. The playground supervisors just allow fights to take place. They don't listen to the kids if they speak english. They tell them to speak spanish. Kids are allowed to bully others. And when brought to the attention of the staff the kids get told don't do that and than nothing. and that is after I had to have my husband go down there and demand action after constant everyday my kids getting hit, pushed and kicked. Its sad to say because the teachers my kids have had are phenomenal. But I don't feel that it is safe. Kids coming home with bruises and fat lips. Not Ok!
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