33 out of 10GreatSchools

Woodland Elementary School

Zephyrhills, FL
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 893


Woodland Elementary School
38203 Henry Drive
Zephyrhills, FL 33542
(813) 794-6400
Woodland Elementary School is located in Zephyrhills, FL and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 3 out of 10
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This is far the Worse School In The State Of Florida Department of Education..They are not Successful passing Rate they are not finishing work in class and they attend to Raise there voice and verbally bully there Students
My child has special needs that were. Or being meet by his teacher or the staff even with a 504. He was constantly being bullied and nothing was done although he and I both reported it several times.
My children are wondering what happened to the music teacher that had all the computers and keyboards in the classroom. My boys really were learning a lot about history and how to play instruments from him. When good teachers come along at Woodland why can't the school keep them year after year. We are very disappointed about that.
If your child cannot make an "R" sound correctly, the scale pasco county uses saying that is fine until age 8. Since "every child is different", sometimes it is okay at Woodland to wait until they are 10. Also, if you ask about speech, they will be sure to give you the amount of students they handle, as to make you "understand" why your kid is being left behind. My daughter has also been physically harmed by other students multiple times. The teacher wouldn't address the issue with me. She would put my child in time out for not sitting, but I watched her sit and look at a child getting hit and do nothing. The classrooms are directly accessible from outside. You are standing on grass or pavement when you open most class doors. Only one row of parking. It was built for when people did not lock their doors, and needs to be updated for safety. They have asbestos problems as well, but we are not to worry because they are sending the governor a plan. If we had a good teacher, no speech problems, and no physically violent kid, I would still dislike it for safety reasons due to building set up. They have portables with a fence, which has a gapping opening that is never closed.
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