44 out of 10GreatSchools

Gibsonton Elementary School

Gibsonton, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 581

Overview

Gibsonton Elementary School
7723 Gibsonton Drive
Gibsonton, FL 33534
(813) 671-5100
Gibsonton Elementary School is located in Gibsonton, FL and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Two or more races
3%
Black
6%
White
37%
Hispanic
52%
Other
2%

Reviews14 Reviews

3.5
parent
The way they try to brush every problem under the rug is terrible. Fix the school or just shut it down. The way the staff and Principal Guy talks down to people is nuts. So glad we ended up going to Symmes.
parent
On a scale 1-10....3. No playground equipment. Lack of communication. In affective homework practices. And I've reached out to help do fundraiser & never heard back..... UNINVOLVED!!
parent
This school has a BIG problem with headlice and they can NOT seem to keep it under control. Also some of the teachers have a problem with keeping in touch with parents I have two daughters who attend here and the one of the reading teachers would pass messages to my oldest daughter about my youngest instead of calling me herself they have my number and email ..this school had better start turning things around or my daughters will not be students at this school any longer
parent
My daughter was in 1st grade there receiving an award at the end of the year for reading level and comprehension. I am shocked at this as I was made aware of that three quarters of the class was special needs with my daughter being in the upper percentile of the class. There was no consistancy of the education to the class as a whole as children were constantly being pulled because of special needs development. On several occasions, my wife and I had to talk to the principal of the school to discuss the physical abuse that daughter showed on her arm back and face from another child. The response we received from the principal was that the child was coming from a difficult home where this was how the family dynamic was. This is how the child believes affection is displayed. In my home, my the guidelines of DCF, Hillsborough county school system, that demonstrates abuse and possible bullying which are both significant offences for students. End of the story, the parents are not involved and the staff is not sympathetic to meet all of the students needs toward education and safety. At the end of 1st grade, my daughter was no longer a student being enrolled in private school.
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