About This School
In 2011, Pizzo Elementary School had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Pizzo Elementary School Reviews
Pizzo has been and excellent school for my kids, from having great teachers to the principal. i had my oldest who is 15 at pizzo from when pizzo had pre-k, now i have my other son who is a 5th grader and now my daughter who is entering kindergarten. i wouldn't want my kids to go anywhere else. we are a pizzo family, not only cause my kids are here but also niece's & nephews who attended when the school opened. Thanks Pizzo for setting my family on the right path to good grades and a bright future.
I have had 2 girls go through Pizzo and graduated they came out with excellent grades they were in a gifted program and it really kept them on their toes. They also had some rough times with their behavior that the school took time to help me with. I would say this school is wonderful and I will be enrolling my adopted son there this year.
I beleive in a school where students are predominantly black/minorities and teachers are majority white there is a tendency to underestimate the knowlegde of parents and sometimes teachers take practice in their own hands with no
concrete regulations or policies to abide by. When this type of "I'm in charge strategy '' goes unchallenged then this school may appear or present itself as one of the best. Qualifications and appropriate data appear to be lacking to accurately show the success rate. In all schools there are certainly some that meet qualifications and very skilled, and Pizzo is no exception