About This School
In 2011, Little Oak Middle School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Louisiana average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Little Oak Middle School Reviews
If you truly want an education for your child, look elsewhere. They have teachers that do not feel they need to grade assignments because they have too many students and they also give grade A for work that is not to that standard. My daughter missed 5 words on a 20 word spelling test and still received a 100%. I was told by her teacher that spelling isn’t a priority and I need to teach her to spell, however, it is a grade on her report card. When contacting the vice principal, I was told this is okay and my daughter would have stay in this class although she is not being taught. I am so disgusted with this school that we will be paying for private school next year. The teachers and the faculty have no interest in the kids, only in the state tests. When the majority of students were too far from the Accelerated Reading goals, the goals were dropped so that more students would get credit. They continue to lower the standards so that they look like they are above the standards. Teachers even give extra points on assignments when the majority of students don’t score well. This school is nowhere near as good as it looks on paper. The 4th graders are doing the same math as many 2nd graders at other schools. If they continue to lower the standards, these kids are not going to be learning anything. But the teachers get to keep making paychecks. Very sad state of education in this parish.