The principal is ok, seems like a nice enough guy but is always unavailable when needed (joe Estrada). The assistant principal is great, she makes her self available even when she's not if there's an urgent concern that needs delt with (Rachel Morton). I can't remember thier names off the top of my head but the special ed teacher and counsler my child was assigned to where doing great with the support they got. The homeroom teacher, well she was a horrible fit for my child. She had zero training for special needs children. Her mentality was "my classroom, my rules" and "punish the behavior out of the kid" etc. which is good for typical children, not so much ones that are not. She had a hard time coming to the reality that these types (autistic) of kids really can't help a lot of what they do. She was unwilling to learn any different, didn't follow the IEP etc. In the end I left the school as it was a bad fit for us.