Looking back on the education I was brought up with Roger Corbett Elementary in hindsight is a fantastic school. In thorough review it comes to mind that Roger Corbett Elementary was a gift of its excellent faculty, who were in my experience very friendly, engaging, thoughtful, and overall amazing addition to have been taught. In a loss of words to describe the memories built on this property to which educating the main goal succeeded splendidly I look back and gaze on the privileges this school had with wonderment innocence of a child. Academically I was gifted as child, which led to me being taught advanced courses separately but still in the same classroom of my peers with a specialized program instructor, these classes were interesting and engaging enough for an elementary student. Peers, friends were brought up on the excellent Cougar pledge the words which lose me but from memory recite responsibility, respect, safety and courage amongst others. In my time there I have only singularly had a fight in second grade, not of bullying but roughhousing with a now estranged friend. Moving on forward toward later years a never experienced hostility nor seen hostility engaged, this is due to the open dialogue of students to communicate conflict. Children were friendly in my time. Students and sometimes classes as a whole received rewards for academic progress, pizza party's, free time, and annual papers of achievements. Learning difficulties weren't differences we were taught singularly at the start and end the day the middle which allowed for reading groups or light assignments. Annually school wide events happened after school or during school like field day, or such as the Halloween festival engaging each class to work together and facilitate an activity. Amongst other things which elude my mind or may have changed I still remember this school fondly and wait for the future to send possible children here.