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Judy Hajek Elementary School

Burleson, TX
  • Public
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  • Grades PK-5
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  • Enrollment: 639


Judy Hajek Elementary School
555 Northeast Mcalister Road
Burleson, TX 76028
(817) 245-3700
Judy Hajek Elementary School is located in Burleson, TX and serves grades PK-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 7 out of 10
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Reviews9 Reviews

Haven't had any major problems, overall is a great school. Definitely depends on the teacher!
My child is now in 5th grade at Hajek and has attended since kindergarten; we love this school and are so happy to have been a part of the Hajek family for all of elementary school. Aside from a strong academic program, Hajek has several activities and clubs available for students of all ages and all of the teachers and staff we have had experiences with truly care about every single student's success.
This is our first year at Hajek. My daughter is in the 5th grade. They have wonderful and supportive teachers that my daughter has come across. I have not yet had any issues with any administration. The counseling staff supports the young students well with social skills. The after school program is productive. I feel that this is a safe environment and that my daughter is doing well here adjusting to a new school. I am happy that my daughter is learning to use technology for her homework too. Overall Hajek is GREAT !!!
Principal is only concerned with bragging about all the "technology " she's brought to the school. However, the school is dangerous. Children are allowed to repeatedly act violently in class without any punishment because "we can't offend the parents" is what I was told. A boy punched 5 kids during his 3 rd grade class one day and didn't even get removed from the classroom. Also, children (including mine) have actually left the school building without teachers noticing for OVER AN HOUR! This school desperately needs a new principle who enforces discipline and stops focusing on bringing in more technology that the students don't even use (i.e. A $10k dollar robot from GE that is not used). It's a joke. I've put my kids into private school because this principal is a nut case.
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