66 out of 10GreatSchools

Roy Allen Elementary School

Melbourne, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-6
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  • Enrollment: 669

Overview

Roy Allen Elementary School
2601 Fountainhead Boulevard
Melbourne, FL 32935
(321) 242-6450
Roy Allen Elementary School is located in Melbourne, FL and serves grades PK-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Asian
4%
Black
5%
Two or more races
8%
Hispanic
18%
White
65%

Reviews14 Reviews

2.5
parent
My child loves this school. But the Teachers are not trained to communicate well with parents of children in split homes. And when I brought it up to her 2nd grade teacher, instead of working to make changes, the principal told me that the teacher is not responsible for sharing information with both parents and cannot 'pick side', which I Never asked her to do. Unfortunately, divorce happens, and children are caught in the middle. Instead of encouraging a parent who wants to be involved and informed with her childs education, I was made to feel like an intruder. Children will only succeed in school if they have a strong support system from home- whether its a single parent, both parents, relatives or one parent from a split home. The point is, Roy Allen needs to work on developing a better communication system with parents in split homes.
parent
I would say overall the VPK classes offered are great. They go on monthly field trips. The teachers are awesome. My daughter just loves going to school. So far my experience at this school has been great.
parent
I have been working as a volunteer at school and from what i have experienced all teachers and stuff are care about the children. They are trying to make every kids feel comfortable and give them confidences. Test scores have been up and the teachers are working on improving score on subject that need to be improved.
parent
Not really a fan of the 5th grade teachers. Like some have said on here, the communication is not good, not like it was in Nh. I believe there are "favorites" with teachers. I don't believe the teachers are equipped to handle kids with ADHD and or other special needs. My son used to LOVE school!! Now, he has come home almost everyday talking about the bullying going on and the teachers doing nothing! He would rather never go to school than to go back here.
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