About This School
In 2011, Conyers Middle School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Georgia average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Students Per Teacher (2011)
Subsidized Lunch (2011)
District Spending (2010)
Grade 6 Reading Performance
Conyers Middle School Reviews
The New Principal has turned around Conyers Middle School
My son has gone there since 6th grade. During his six grade year I felt Conyers was a terrible school and had seriously considered home schooling my child. The teachers would not respond to my concerns and administration did not support the parent. My son was bullied by the teachers as well as students. My son did not want to go to school. The special Education teacher yelled at my son daily and I made the school aware with no results. My son was suspended unjustly so I took him on a trip to make him feel better.
During my son's 7th grade year the new principal Mr. White came. I saw a change in the staff and how issues were addressed. I had such a bad 6th grade year that I went straight to him with my concerns. I was surprised that he took immediate actions on my concerns with a resolution. I received phone calls as well as emails addressing my concerns.
I am pleased to say that the best thing that has happened to Conyers Middle is putting a principal in place that is respected by his staff as well as students and parents. Mr. White keeps his parents aware of what's going on with the school as well as holding morning chats in which parents can attend and talk to him directly. Parents get a Sunday call for the week as well as a email to tell what's coming for the week.
I can't forget about the Assistant Principal Ms. Gooden. Because of her there is no need to go to Mr. White. She handles concerns and follows up with parents in a timely fashion.
Mr. White has turned Conyers Middle School around and has made it a safe learning environment for his students.
Since the new Principle Mr. White, there has been a noted change in the students and staff. The principle is seen around the school and participates in all aspects of students learning as well as addressing parents concerns. My son is in the 7th grade and is doing well. No issues this year opposed to plenty with his 6th grade year.
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