99 out of 10GreatSchools

Maplebrook Elementary School

Naperville, IL
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 446


Maplebrook Elementary School
1630 Warbler Drive
Naperville, IL 60565
(630) 420-6381
Maplebrook Elementary School is located in Naperville, IL and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 9 out of 10
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I am also a part of a child with special needs and an IEP - I like to call it an "IEP as thick as a booK". I feel my son has received wonderful accommodations at Maplebrook from kindergarten through 5th grade. My concerns have always been addressed. I truly feel that we work together as a team to address any problems, concerns and celebrations. The teachers and staff seem very invested in all of the children. It is a very nuturing school with involved parents.
They failed my child academically from K-4. The situation forced me to hire a child advocate and as soon as we had our first meeting while the child advocate was present the school handed me everything on a SilverPlatter. Things I had asked for and been turned down are the same things I received and more after the Child Advocate was hired. But it cost a lot of money to get them to give in. And I for one feel that that is a terrible way to run your school, they have to be threatened before they take action. They can't just read the child's test scores and understand he or she may need extra help. In my opinion that's no way to run a school . Personally it's disgraceful.
The most unprofessional and incompetent leadership staff imaginable. Unresponsive, fails to follow basic district guidelines.
I would agree with the earlier parents comments about IEPs and addressing children's disabilities. We are about to go to our third meeting for a plan for our child. He has also experienced problems because of the "problem solving plans" being partially implemented (the specials teachers were not informed) and the problem solving plans were taken away without our knowledge. There is also lack of consistent documentation in our case. There is little support for the social and behavioral difficulties the child's disability causes as long as academic grades are good enough. The school has many great academic, fine arts and philanthropic opportunities. The band and choral programs are amazing. But helping a child cope and manage with a disability takes a great deal of parental monitoring and involvement at this school.
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