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Indian Pines Elementary School

Lake Worth, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 648


Indian Pines Elementary School
6000 Oak Royal Drive
Lake Worth, FL 33463
(561) 804-3300
Indian Pines Elementary School is located in Lake Worth, FL and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Tax payer. Principal needs to retired or fired. Lots of bulling. Never would I send any of my family members to this school. I have seen on video what goes on. It discuss me. Also children and parents need to learn how to speak English. Do not send your child here if you want them to have a great education . Again school board you need to take a look at this school and the principal and do something about it. First get rid of the principal.
Teachers are caring and trying to make a difference. I think they would achieve more with the support of parents and the community. If you volunteer and see them in action. They go above and beyond for all students. The parents constantly demand they do more and more, but never take the time to support the school or say thank you.
Will be trying to get my daughter out if this school ASAP!!! Most disorganized school I've ever been in. My daughters teacher doesn't know answers to lots of ?s because it's her 1st year there, but I blame principal for not training well. For car pick-up you get 1 number tag for 6 years of school and if you lose it it costs you $5 to get a new one. This in my opinion is a money maker. Parents should not be charged 5$ for a tag that probably costs .50 for picking up their kids. Most schools use a piece of paper And considering this school is a title 1 school parents probably have more important things to worry about spending $ on. I get a new credit card every 2 or 3 years because of natural wear and they are more durable than the plastic car sign they give you that you have to have for 6 years. I witnessed office staff not able to sign in late students. Everybody in the office should know where the book is for late students and not tell parents that they're gonna have to wait to sign in their kid until a certain office person gets back in. I also witnessed a parent who needed to pick up their kid and nobody could tell her where her kid was. The told her to go to the office (which was closed until after car pick-up) and when the lady tried telling the staff girl, the staff girl just walked away. There is soo much more to say I hope the school district gets involved. Have never seen a staff so unhelpful as I have noticed at this school.
I believed the school is doing ok, however in the morning when the parents are dropping the kids; I think that we need more hands with that. Over in the cafeteria as well more hands are needed to control the kids when they are taking their breakfast.
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