About This School
In 2011, PS 13 Roberto Clemente School had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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PS 13 Roberto Clemente School Reviews
This is my son second year at the school, the school have teachers who work hard and re-enforce children learning. My son had a great experience;and I wish him luck this year in 5th grade.
this school is horrible the staffis incompetent they would rather sit in the office and gossip than to help your child suceed... my son was viciously attacked for no reason by a known bully and nothing was done about it.There's a group of kids that run the hallways bullying kids and attacking staff that face no reprecussions. would not reccomend to my worst enemy
I love this school in Feb of last year my son had to transfer because of behavior problems and it was one of the best things to happen to myself and my son. The staff is always friendly and helpful. They really care abou the children and they try to keep learning fun as a future educator I hope I can work in a school as wonderful as PS13 :]
I give PS 13 Roberto Clemente School a big thumbs up! I have nothing but good things to say about this school. In my experience as parent of a child that attends this school I must say that the teachers show much interest, they go above and beyond the call of duty for their students. These are people who take what they do really serious and should be commended.
The teachers truly try their best with the students success in mind. You can easily see this when you speak with your child's teacher one-on-one.
I am a parent and I notice when I visit my child's school that kids are running around the halls, bulletins are torn and paper are all over the school's floors. There should be hall monitors and these kids need to be learning in their classroom!
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