Kenwood Middle School
Clarksville, TN 37042
About This School
In 2011, Kenwood Middle School had 15 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Tennessee average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Kenwood Middle School Reviews
I love it!!!!:)
I am a student at kenwood and I love it. I want to graduate a knight. The teachers are the perfect balance of nice and controlling. I have not ha a bad experience here. I love the way it is run. No one is excluded for there race or gender. All my friends are boys and the teachers get that.
My son has been bullied from elementary school and it has continued in kenwood middle.Nothing is being done until he reacts or tries to fight back;and then he is disiplined.Some teachers have no control over their classes.In the eyes of the faculty if you are the one being assualted or harrassed then you are the problem.
My son was constantly bullied at this school and nothing was ever done. He was assaulted on the school bus and when I reported it, I was told he'd look into it and get back with me. The other student continued to ride the bus and I never heard back from anyone.
Another student assaulted my son in the classroom room and when he told the teacher, her response was to tell the other student not to do it again. My son was upset because he did what my husband and I have taught him (reporting it to the teacher), and nothing was done. He and the other student later exchanged words and when she hit him again and shoved him, my son hit her back. Both students were suspended for fighting.
I don't feel my son should've been suspended because he reported the first assault to the teacher and she didn't send the child to the office, just told her not to do it again. The girl assaulted my son twice more before he decided to fight back. I asked why my son was suspended for defending himself and was told that he wasn't backed into a corner and had to fight his way out, so it wasn't considered self defense, [even though she hit him three times before he defended himself]. Was he supposed to just stand there and let someone attack him?
I've reported my son getting bullied and threatened by other students and nothing was done. I reported several incidents and even provided a witness. I was told that no one witnessed the bullying, but I've asked a witness to the bullying if he was questioned and his response was, "No."