About This School
In 2011, Madisonville Primary Elementary School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Tennessee average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Madisonville Primary Elementary School Reviews
This school is very biased and unfair
The student of month thing is rediculous, the kids that receive the award are either teachers kids or the well known names in town. Yes, it's a small town and that's obvious. My child worked very hard and never received this award and asked why. He was there for two years. I think all schools in Madisonville are like this also, I would home school but I have to work.
very biased and unfair
This is a small town school, and its obvious. They have this thing called student of the month which is basically all the teachers kids or the teachers buddies kids. They choose 1 kid a month who has went"above and beyond"all the other kids in the class to brag on.They pull all students out of class to a program in the gym so that these certain "special kids"can get bragged on on stage.kindergarten first and second grade kids are all basically doing the same thing that they are told to do.how and why choose just one!
The only positive things I can say about this school is the building and people are nice. It is so poorly run and so disorganized that it makes being a kid and a parent at this school a nightmare. I have never experienced such disorganization in a school in my life. I don't even like sending my child there, but I don't have any other options. It's the only primary school and there are no charter schools.