About This School
In 2011, Cerbat Elementary School had 23 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Arizona average is 21 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Cerbat Elementary School Reviews
My son goes to this school and he has a very good teacher Mrs.Fuerro she is strict on him and keeps him in place we need more teachers like that she has really helped me with him,what I think could improve I think is the office staff they rarely say hi they rarely smile and I've seen some of them treat children with little respect. I have kids that go to hualapai and they are very nice I never have to wait and they always have a smile on there face.verbatim could b a good school if they teach the staff to greet parents,be more organized and smile more,and when parents walk in they could try and be more professional
My children have gone to Cerbat School for 5yrs . They have loved there teachers and the school .My children and I have always been treated with respect from all the staff, so in turn my children have lived and learned to treat the friends and classmate the same . I am very sad to say this is my youngest daughter's last year there . She can't wait to start on Thursday , Happy times
I went to Cerbat elementary school. I only went there untill 3rd grade. I moved to Tennessee. But I absolutely loved this school. The teachers may be a little strict but they teached us what we needed to know. I loved my kingergaren teacher. I think her name was mrs. Frankenfield. She was having a baby when I was in her class. But she made things fun. So everyone loved going to school. Kids would even pick her some roses that grew outside of the schools front doors. If I had the chance, I would definatley move back to it. But Im in High School now. maybe when I have kids i'll be back.
Definitely not one of the better schools in the district. I think it's very strange how the children have to keep their hands behind their backs as they walk down the hallways, among many other strange and restricting rules. I have a few complaints about some of the teachers as well. My children, who used to love school, now loathe it. If I could select a different district in which to live, I certainly would. I do not want my kids attending this school until administrative changes are made.