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Anthony Cribben
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Audubon Elementary School8

Merritt Island, FL | Brevard County

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October 28, 2013


I have spoke with many parents regarding Audubon Elementary School and have heard they are very happy with the programs, teachers, staff and overall progress their children have made. My granddaughter attends and I do check her book bag frequently. The system the teacher uses to communicate w/parents is great.

September 21, 2012


Audubon is SO genuine! What a GREAT family. All of the teachers AND staff TRULY care about the kids!!! This school has been a godsend for us!

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August 14, 2012


I am a parent whom has been very lucky since we do out of area. I chose this school because it is an "A" school and since it is close to my job. We feel very honored to be a prt of this school.

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April 28, 2010


I couldn't even thinking of my kids going to a different school. Audubon has the most caring and friendly staff. They have really helped both of my kids durning there hardest time. Thanks Audubon you are the best Florida has to offer

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April 27, 2010


Audubon is a wonderful school. The staff is terrific and my children are getting a great education there.

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April 26, 2010


Audubon makes mixes learning, fun and promotes everyone to have the freedom to be individually different and it's important to be unique.

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April 26, 2010


My son and daughter always come home from school with smiles on their faces. The instructors are passionate and there are many extracurricular activities. All in all, it's a great school.

Submitted by a parent

April 26, 2010


The school is quiet, professional and has a great academic curriculum that will benefit all children who attend.

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August 28, 2007


My child just started kinderdarten and dearly loves his teacher Mrs. Gillis, so do I. I have spent a few days in her class room to help her as well as the kids. They are amazing and friendly. Also egar to learn and help other. So I say this to parent that have had a bad experience here, take a day off work and spend it in your child's class. Then you'll understand why us other parent rave about it.

Submitted by a parent

May 11, 2007


My child is an out of area student and we love the school so much that we are now entering our son in the kindergarten program as an out of area student. The teachers are caring and very involved with all of the sudents past and present. the principle knows every student by name and is also very caring. The Before/After care staff is the best and the maintenance staff are also very supportive of the students. I would recommend this school to anybody who wants quality education from a very caring staff. The chool is old, but really who's fault is that. They do the best with what they have. CCN

Submitted by a parent

May 3, 2007


They are much better at teaching girls than boys.

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January 4, 2007


The educators are not child friendly nor are they parent friendly.

Submitted by a parent

August 25, 2006


Per the previous review, I have always had a one on one conference with the teacher for my children and all of my children's teachers have given out either their cell phone#, home phone# AND email address at the beginning of the year. The person writing that review seems to have a chip on their shoulder. I am at the school a lot believe it to be outstanding, not to say it doesn't have faults, but all schools do. But if you want quality education combined with a caring and involved teaching staff, then come to Audubon!

Submitted by a parent

May 8, 2006


We love Audubon! All the teachers have been kind and seem to know each child by name. We feel blessed to have our children here.

Submitted by a parent

January 23, 2006


Unionized school. Teachers work together in teams of four or five, called 'Pods.' Email communication with a teacher is unheard of. Parent/teacher meetings include the entire Pod and a principal representative or not at all. And, meetings must be limited to 30 minutes (do the math: 4 or 5 teachers, 1 principal/asst.; guess how much time 2 parents get?). Young progressive principal, but seems too concerned with the 'ratings system' than with the overall operation of the school. Audobon has an A+ rating and high 'first-time-pass' rate on the FCAT exam which both bode well for teacher quality of instruction for these standards. Who is really succeeding though? Teachers and administrators are certainly building credentials for the next administrative review/appraisal. Could it be all about the pay?

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