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  • Loganville Middle School8

    Loganville, GA | Walton County

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    October 12, 2010


    I have two children at this school. The administration and teachers are excellent and have greatly improved the performance and enthusiasm of the students over the past three years. We have a very old building and the technology is lacking but the people do a fantastic job educating our students.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 19, 2009


    i've recently moved here from fulton county, and one of the best schools in GA. i was apalled by the great difference. starting with the building! the walls are yellow and have cracks in them. the restrooms smell and they also have hot glue on the tiolet seats. i cry everyday begging my mom to move back, mostly. but things seem to be getting better. i'm making new friends, and my academic skills are slow now. i'm in the focus program and yet they seem to be about 4 months behind, i was just talking to my friends the other day and i told them about what we are learning. from what they say they did that the LAST semester. my parents hope to get me into a private school as soon as possible. they wish to move back so my brother does not have to go to their Freshman Academy

    Submitted by a student

    November 28, 2007


    I have just toured LMS and have found improvements. The administrator(s) are active in updating its environment. I am encouraged. There are some exceptional teachers at LMS. I am grateful for them.

    Submitted by a parent

    September 5, 2007


    excellent school...............great teachers ....safe .........great students.....peaceful environment

    Submitted by a parent

    March 1, 2007


    We moved here from Rockdale County and we LOVE the schools! The teachers are wonerful and our children are growing in ways we never thought possible!

    Submitted by a parent

    January 13, 2007


    My wife and I have put our house up for sale. We don't like the schools here. Discipline is problem. The buildings in bad shape. The school system doesn't seem to care. Most of the teachers seem good. Weight room is a mess. My son's afraid to use the equipment.

    Submitted by a parent

    December 27, 2006


    I am ready to move from this school district. I can't wait to get my kids back to Virginia.

    Submitted by a parent

    December 21, 2006


    Worst school system I have been involved with. BOE is out of control. Schools in Loganville are suffering. Music education is not funded at all. Any vocalization of problems fall on deaf ears. Administration shows no care or concern. One more thing, teachers aren't getting enough supplies.

    Submitted by a parent

    June 7, 2006


    Anyways, i think LMS is a great, and safe way to study and also have friends, the staff here is very friendly, the teachers are some times unfair; but just, they are just doing they're jobs. And hey, some schools have something that other schools dont. Well, this school has good people, friendly staff and administrators, and the principal is also a good person. The school is a nice, organized drug free school. i have had no problems with this school.

    Submitted by a student

    February 18, 2006


    I absolutely love the new administration at the school. Yes, it was a change from the old regime of don't ask, don't tell. It was also a definite switch from the Good Ole Boy tactics. I often found myself frustrated by the fact that certain teachers never actually taught the students. They showed movies and let the kids run wild. Now all teachers are held accountable for quality teaching. Discipline is at its highest because not the administration actually must follow the same guidelines for all of the students instead of considering who the child has for parents. We have a most welcome change at the school. The only voices of disgruntlement are those who no longer have the ear of the administration or the right to run things the way that they wish. It is definitely getting better, and I see a lot of positive changes on the way!

    Submitted by a teacher

    February 18, 2006


    How can you say that the gifted classes are suffering. Had it not been for the intervention of Ms. Myers, my son would not even have had this opportunity. His teachers totally overlooked the fact that he carries a 97 or above in all classes. Even his homeroom teacher let his progress slip through the cracks and did not send in his name for honor roll, principal list, or Beta Club. If a child is making such grades, then obviously, there should be a red flag that he needs more challenge. Only by getting Ms. Myers involved did my son get placed in the correct gifted track classes. Since he has been there, he has excelled. He feels safe, says there are few interuptions, and he is challenged to his potential. Perhaps if disruptions are occuring, we should question the teachers' discipline methods, or lack thereof. Dont' blame the principal!

    Submitted by a parent

    February 18, 2006


    I feel every confidence in the leadership of Ms. Myers. She definitely brings high educational standards and expectations to the school. She holds teachers accountable for quality teaching practices. That may be why some teachers gripe. I say, get on board or get off of the boat. The constant complaining by a few substandard teachers can bring down the moral of the entire school. The dissention of a few, because that is all there is, can hurt everyone. Any quality teacher appreciates real leadership. This is something that Loganville Middle School hasn't had in a long time. I can state unequivocally that if she had not taken leadership, I would be working at Quick Trip to earn extra money to send my kids to a private school.

    Submitted by a parent

    February 18, 2006


    My oldest daughter started 6th grade at LMS this year. I have been very pleased with her teachers and the overall experience she is getting. We get daily e-mails from her teachers giving assigment information so we can say on top of things. When we have questions, the teachers are quick to respond to e-mails. We have know the pricipal for several years and watched with pleasure her professional growth. She cares for the students at LMS and wants them to get the best education available. I am looking forward to my other kids attending LMS in the future.

    Submitted by a parent

    February 5, 2006


    Since the new principal was hired at LMS, the quality of the environment of this school has rapidly deteriorated. I have complained to the BoE, but nothing is being done. The children and students are losing their motivation and the overall enjoyment of being part of a thriving, successful school. I cannot wait for my child to move to High School and pray that before my elementary school student reaches middle school, they will have replaced the principal.

    Submitted by a parent

    January 14, 2006


    LMS has gone downhill this year due to the leadership of the school. Parents are grumbling and teachers are also. Many offenses are being dismissed, gifted program is suffering due to interuptions by other students and mainstreaming all children together, safety seems to be an issue, lack of communication from staff and admin. to parents. This school used to be an excellent school. I hope it will become one again.

    Submitted by a parent

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