About This School
In 2011, Charles Jaworek School had 14 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Massachusetts average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Charles Jaworek School Reviews
I have to counter the opinion of the existing reviewer. This is in no way a well run school and the leadership is actually the crux of the problem, contrary to the other reviewer's opinion. It's no secret that the entire district is a mess without stable leadership.
My child has attended Jaworek for a few years now and has had anything but a positive experience. This school is so bad that it's turned my child off from school entirely. Needless to say, we are looking elsewhere as Marlborough is a lost cause.
I strongly urge any families looking at Marlborough to reconsider.
Jaworek was the perfect school for my son to attend K - 4th grade.
My son just finished attending Jaworek Elementary School for 5 years. He was intellectually challenged, emotionally cared for and appreciated for his unique personality and talents, as I believe each child is at this lively, forward thinking and moving school. Mrs. Cheryl Piccirelli is a very caring, calm and insightful principal who noticeably inspires her staff to help each child feel special and reach his/her own full potential.
I was pleased with the outstanding curriculum every year, including excellent Art, Music and Phys-Ed programs. The very enthusiastic PTO organized an array of enrichment programs for the children to experience and enjoy during school, as well as many evening programs for entire families to attend.
My son enjoyed being a part of the Jaworek School family and feels prepared for 5th grade. That is why I give Jaworek School a 5 star rating.