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  • North Hart Elementary School7

    Bowersville, GA | Hart County

    March 19, 2012

    North Hart is supposed to be one of the better schools in Hart County but I have a child there and is in third grade and they cannot spell they have stopped giving spelling test . I know that mine is not the only one because sometimes other childrens papers will get in my childs backpack by mistake. Also this is a school that if you are not in the clique then your child is not recognized for anything. You might as well not to try out for anything or enter anything, if your not somebody important in the community or if you are not a teachers kid. This is even true for the school year books . This has always gone on because I've had relatives kids in school from the first year that it started.

    April 27, 2010

    North Hart is an outstanding elememtary school. The faculty and staff are truly dedicated to the students and making them the best they can be!

    Submitted by a parent

    December 15, 2009

    We have one child at North Hart, 5th grade. She's has attended since Kindergarden, and we could not be more pleased with her education. She loves going to school every day and is working on her 3rd year of perfect attendance. She is a straigh A student and is certainly thriving at North Hart. We will miss it next year!

    Submitted by a parent

    February 14, 2009

    Wonderful school! The teachers have a tremendous amount of love and compassion for the students and coworkers. This school was awarded the Platinum Award for Excellence. My wife is a teacher at this school and truly works hard to help her students and keep up the excellence. She has students calling just to talk or helping them with their homework. My wife still tutors older students to help them pass the exit exams at the high school level. I hire many of her former students in the summer to help with our business, because I know that these students have the best work ethic. I think that the other teachers that I have met are very much like my wife. When they are together you can hear how much they enjoy the students and their coworkers. Two small excellent schools merged to make an excellent large school.

    Submitted by a parent

    February 13, 2009

    This school is the best around. Great administrator who really cares for the Children and staff

    Submitted by a parent

    October 2, 2007

    I have a child who has attended North Hart for several years. Overall the teachers have been great.

    Submitted by a parent

    September 22, 2006

    North Hart is a wonderful school. Great teachers. I am very happy with the school so far this year. I have a 1st grader and a 4th grader.

    Submitted by a parent

    March 20, 2006

    I have lived in Hart County all my life and I totally agree with the Atlanta comments. The 5 Star post must be a teacher or relative. I have 2 children there, one a straight A student and the other just making it. We are heavily involved. You never know what your child's grade is until report card. Heaven help you if you have a child with a learning disabilty in this school. You walk on eggshells around the principal. Just check out North Hart's website to Hartwell Elementary's. The second does an excellent job with their site. We still have not been told when the CRCTs are this year. If you question a grade, you are labled a trouble maker and you are ignored. If you are from one of the local families who has a teacher there, your set. Very poor leadership.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 27, 2006

    I totally agree with the people who are from Atlanta. This school wants to 'feel good' about education but not really teach the child. If you child is already above the 'meet the average' test score, they feel they don't have to do anything else for the child. If you ask for help you are told 'Nobody else wants work for their child' and behind you back you are called an overachiever. I don't understand why writing is not emphazied more. Also, so what if our test scores are above average for Georgia, Georgia is either 49 or 50 in state ranking. There are some excellent teachers at North Hart, caring and very helpful. I just wish they could get the support from the district to do what they love to do.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 13, 2005

    Volunteering, I have tried. Several times, I have said, let me know what I can do. I get the standard, so and so are taking care of it, but thanks soooo much. The comment 'go back to atlanta' proves the mentality by most here, born and bred here or you don't belong here. I AM involved w/ my child's education, that's evident in her grades. Yes, there are PTO meetings. Those in charge are less then welcoming. Test scores, mediocre at best. The attention a child gets is based on, the church you attend, the car you drive and the delusional postion by some who think they're the pillars of the community. The children deserve a better education, in more then one way.

    Submitted by a parent

    April 17, 2005

    I am shocked about the review above! North Hart Elementary has PTO meetings, regular newsletters, and the doors have always been open to parents for conferences. Some of the most caring and best teachers and administrators I have ever seen are employed there. You obviously are not involved in your child's education by the incorrect information you have written. Maybe you need to go back to Atlanta if you don't like what we have here! North Hart is GREAT...just check out the test scores and spend some time there!

    Submitted by a parent

    March 31, 2005

    I am on the fence about this school. We recently moved to this school district from the Atlanta area. My daughter hasn't had computer class since she has been here, where at her previous it was a weekly subject. There are no parent teacher conferences, you have to check the report card if you want one and then you still have to remind. The library books my child brings home are in terrible shape and falling apart. I try to volunteer but they seem to only want the people who don't have an opinion or who quietly keep it to themselves not to upset the principal. No PTO meetings. Lack of good leadership.

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