77 out of 10GreatSchools

Greenwood Northeast Elementary School

Greenwood, IN
  • Public
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  • Grades K-5
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  • Enrollment: 424


Greenwood Northeast Elementary School
99 Crestview Drive
Greenwood, IN 46143
(317) 889-4080
Greenwood Northeast Elementary School is located in Greenwood, IN and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native American
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Reviews5 Reviews

No diversity. The leadership has to the worse, I have dealt with. I filed a complaint on them, next thing I know they lying saying I was sending my child to school with just applesauce(his snack) as his nutritional meal, although he has been eating a hot tray from school since the beginning of the school year and has 38 dollars active on his account. Whew, if this ain't libel and slander, I'm confused. I asked to incorporate some learning into my son classroom to help him with reading (a bookmark) and was told its one teacher and 20 students. A teacher who has her own child in the classroom may I mention, therefore the accommodation for that child learning is probably being met every step of the way. A teacher that will communicated negative behavior but no progress of positive progression, which bothers me, because we shouldn't only communicate when its negative about the student. A point I made to the principle but her big head didn't understand that. Want advise on GNES go somewhere else where your kid can learn and succeed.
Everything at this school was perfect..and I we moved to Gainesville, FL in 1970...my dad worked for Farm Bureau in Indiana and got transferred to Florida. The schools in Florida were not good, so most of my learning came from this school..I graduated from Florida and sold pharmaceuticals for 35 years...it was super...love to this school and all the teachers I had.Signed...Gregory F. Woodworth....address in Greenwood...123 Marcy Lane.
Both of my kids have thrived at Northeast. It is clear that ut is the staff's passion to lead our kids and love each student. Truly awesome teachers and staff. Great principal and wonderful school Counselor. Northeast is growing and coming right along with the dedication of all the staff.
The principal seems to care more about "image" rather than what's in the best image of the families. I COMPLETELY agree with the other person that she ( principal) has created a somewhat hostile environment for parent/teacher relationships. I don't think she means to or is necessarily"bad" but she doesn't come across as a pleasant person to be around & when she is nice, it's in a very condescending way. She comes across as if she's thinking: "I know what's best for you & your family if you had any sense, you would just agree with me and go along with me." On a positive note, I think she really does care, it's just that her uptight & condescending personality is hurting her "cause" and not creating a very open & friendly environment for parents/families.
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