44 out of 10GreatSchools

William Frangus Elementary School

Orlando, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 492

Overview

William Frangus Elementary School
380 Killington Way
Orlando, FL 32835
(407) 296-6469
William Frangus Elementary School is located in Orlando, FL and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 4 out of 10
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Student Diversity

Race

Percentage

Asian
2%
White
10%
Hispanic
23%
Black
63%
Other
2%

Reviews6 Reviews

3.0
parent
Overall fantastic. Small school where everyone knows everyone. Everyone helps out. Friendly staff.
other
Moved here to orlando 6 weeks ok it was the worst choice putting my kindergartener here. Horrible very uncaring environment teachers dont get back to you with info after sending in notes and emails and your left in the dark. Kids are out of control had kids throwing chairs in class taking fits on daily basis and teachers left dealing with alot of these behavior problems that take away from well behaving kids and there learning so they can discipline the crazy ones. Instead of giving consequences Bad kids are rewarded with special privileges to keep them quiet that the behaved ones dont get like ipad time, toys, . That there way of dealing with things. Even in a few instances when i was there kids are ignored that are being destructive and left to continue the behavior instead of nipping it or sending to office. My child has been bullied and it seems to be swept under the table and when you confront it. If you could care about your childs education, and well being do not put them here or that wil feed into chaos and regress. Horrible school.
parent
My child has been at this school for 3 years and overall I like the school but I believe it could be much better. The teachers have to deal with many behavior issues and this takes away from education. My child is bullied often. I feel the school could do a better job of training the teachers how to manage their classrooms. We got lucky this year and have a tough teacher and she is cracking down on the behaviors but I feel that the main problem is the parents are allowing thier children to be disruptive. Several parents have complained about too much school work. I feel the students are not challenged enough. They need more Science and more technology in the school. This school still has chalkboards when most of the other public school are getting smart boards. These teachers need more support or the school will continue its downward FCAT grade spiral. It was an "A" school for years the last two years it has been graded "B". I am hoping the new principal will raise the expectations the teachers have for their students.
parent
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