Great customer service...your told exactly what you would want to hear while you're in the building, but don't believe everything your told while your there will be what will happen in the classroom moving forward. Teachers have little time to communicate with parents. They have large class sizes and share assistant teachers between rooms, lunch, etc which doesn't make a 15:1 ratio during class room instruction as reported. It's closer to 25:1. There are many different special needs within a classroom of 25:1. English being a child's second language is not uncommon in this school, many different reading levels, math levels, etc., which are a challenge for a teacher and whether they have support to have such a diverse classroom is questionable. The school's PTA struggles to get parents involved. The school has a mix of very strong, experienced teachers vs. new, unexperienced teachers. You can only pray that your child gets one of the better ones, as it is not consistent from year to year.