Clay Springs Elementary School
Apopka, FL 32712
About This School
In 2011, Clay Springs Elementary School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Clay Springs Elementary School Reviews
My child has been at Clay Springs from Kindergarten and our experience here has been wonderful and all his teachers have been beyond great, and very involved. However, our 3rd grade teacher needs improvement in speaking with parents. She is not the best teacher when explaining and knowing how to have communication skills. Principal involvement I have never met the principal. A good teacher tries to keep their students and themselves off balance. Good teachers really want to be good teachers. Good teachers have a sense of purpose, tolerate ambiguity, learn from a variety of models, enjoy their work and their students! Demonstrate a willingness to adapt and change to meet students needs. Also, if it wasn’t for my child letting me know of his other teachers that they rotate, I would have never known that they did so. Which I also, have not met or even been offer the opportunity to met them, when I have ask his teacher several times. I am the type of parent that likes to know everything that they are doing in class and my child’s progress in class as well. She and the school needs improvement in these areas!
My son has been at Clay Springs for one year now and I have been very impressed with the school! Great teacher and office staff -- can't wait for he new year to begin.
This school/staff is awesome and will send your child off to further education with all the tools he/she will need. I am sending the second generation of children to CSE and could not be happier with the quality of education and social skills my children have/are receiving! Both my older children are now attending College/University and I credit that to the base of their education that they received in elementary level. Either the gifted program as well as the special needs program CSE excels! Bravo! This is tax money working for us and our future!