About This School
In 2011, Massillon Middle School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Ohio average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Massillon Middle School Reviews
I really hope things get better for children there. So much bullying there
Hello my name is Mr. Walker, and I am very sadden that Massillon Middle Shool have a )% tollerance for fighting as well as bad behaivor, but what I am really concerned about is that no one is teaching the students how to get alone with out bulling, hitting, and fighting. It is my understanding that if a student go to a teacher and express that he/she is being bulled by another "that the teacher's responsible is to make sure the student is taken care of. Why isn't this taking place in Massillon Middle School. Our children should be able to go to school and be taugth to get along with each other the 1960's and pass are gone, so why are we allowing this kind of behaivor to go on in our schools. It sadden me to find out that an honor student was supended because he refuse to hit and fight, but choose to us words instead. I beleive we as parents, teachers, administrators, ect. need to find out why this keeps going on in our schools. If a student results to hitting another student we as student educator's need to find out why it became o.k. for the student that did the actul hitting of another student was not counseled to find out what the issue was that he could not control his temper. I beleive that Massillon Middle needs to improve or create a policy to frist of all protect every student and come up with a plan for the teacher's in each classroom to be sure they feel comfortable teaching a melting pot of different ethnicity student. If a child is being taught at home not to pick fights and another kid hit's him the student that does the hitting should suffer the consequences for there physical actions towards another student that used words instead of his hands. I'm not saying that verbal hurts are o.k. , but I am stating that maybe the Massillon Middle School should find out what's happen at home to cause a child to use physical contact. Is this what he/she being taught at home.I am an african american women and I was raised in the 60's when everyday fighting was a common thing, but in this day and age there in no need for this type of going on to be happen in our Middle schools of all places. We are loosing too.....many of our children to volience. This simply must stop.I am a parent and I went to a prodomately white school, and we never experience things the way they are happen now. Our parent's were not rich, but they particapated in our education and let us know that we were Love'd. I beleive an intervention program needs to be put in place for students that feel the need to bully and hit other student. Enough! is Enough! Our children must be held accountable for there actions and not pascified because either the teacher's are afriad of the and/or the school supervison is lacking in a true measure to handle this type of going's on. My husband is a youth correction's officer and you would not beleive how many children he get at the jail he works at because of things just like this. He's express to me many times that no one is finding out why these kids that do the hitting, fighting , and kicking are using this type of behaivor. Let's go into the homes if we have too and find out what's going on in our student's homes that may be causing them to feel obligated to use physical force when words are exchanged by our middle school student's . A few week ago my young cusin was gunned down in front of his home in Akron at the very tender age of 16yrs old. It is our understanding that it is believed that this senseless killing may have come from a previous physical altercation, but we don't know. We must take action now to save our kids and help them to know that hitting , kicking , and physical abuse is just not needed nor is it acceptable in our school. As a child I was taught school was there for an education, and we need to go back to that same standard of teaching for all of our children. I'm willing as a parent to come to your school and speak to your students and parents about this same issue. We must start somewhere. My husband is 28yr Army veteran and have been to Iraqi several times.He often express to me "if our children had to live like some of the kids he's come across in the middle east that they would not make it. Our children are crying out for help and it is high time tht we put the computers down and get back to basics.