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Mark Twain Elementary School - Sacramento, CA

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School NameAddressPhoneGradesCountyTypeDistrict Name
Mark Twain Elementary School4914 58th Street
Sacramento, CA 95820
(916) 277-6670K-6SacramentopublicSacramento City Unified

Ethnic BackgroundPercentYear
White, non-Hispanic21.562009
Black, non-Hispanic12.162009
Hispanic49.312009
Asian9.862009
Pacific Islander3.92009
Native American or Native Alaskan1.382009
Unspecified0.922009
Filipino0.922009

Students per TeacherYear
17.52009

School Head OfficialYear
Rosario Gullien2011

EmailYear
rosario-gullien@sac-city.k12.ca.us2011

Students Getting Free LunchYear
87%2009

DateWhoComments
9/4/2012otherThe teachers are very caring and considerate of their students. They focus on teaching standards and allowing the students to express themselves. I feel that the school is safe and that the staff does an excellent job at creating a very caring and nurturing learning environment.
7/31/2012parentmy child had a bad experience they never send home homework and then the would ask for it to be turned in and don't like the teachers tons of bullying I would pick up my child and she would be in tears the would try to force her to read and the discipline was horrible putting a 1st g in with 5th g that were picking on her one day I was eating lunch with her and they told the kids in the lunch room to shut up and eat or they would throw there food in the trash this school should be shut down the principle is horrible favors kids and my child was left out when she needed extra help in school and they told me I had to work with her and the extra help this schooI have no respect for they dont care about the kids because of mark tewain my child is behind in school and hadd to spend money to get her help we send are kids to school for them to learn are tax dollars pay for this wow what a waste my child said that she is so happy that she will be going the keller and all I have hard is awesome things about keller
4/7/2011otherMark Twain Elementary is a great school. There are extra supports for students and a focus on improving student achievement. The overall student behavior seems to have improved over the years. The teachers give a lot of extra effort to tutoring and working with the students to meet their learning needs. There is currently an immense effort to engage more parents in their children's learning through the Parent Action Team.
12/22/2010otheri went to mark twain and now i am in hs. at mark twain there were some really awesome teachers there for example mr.brown was a really nice man, mr.bernard helped me with my math. they had the after school START program there and at once i was enrolled in it. even now i still go to mark twain and visit some teachers or volunteer at START. it is really a good school.
3/14/2010parentI would like to say that I have been so pleased with the following teaches-Mr.Wenzel,Mr.Chase and lastly Mr.Brown.Both of my children ,when in these classes ,were happy and eager to go to school each day!They have thrived at Mark Twain!
3/1/2010parentI have the oppurtunity to speak from 2 point of views-as a former student of the school and now a parent of 2 students that now attend Mark Twain.As a student in the mid 90's-this was a horrible school.I had a horrible teacher,there were mean bullies that were my classmates and the whole curriculum was awful.As a student,I have absolutely no happy or positive memories attending Mark Twain.Now,I am slightly happier with the way the school has improved.My 8 year old loves this school and the teachers also my 11 year old stepson.The principal has really worked on improving the school and we all really like her alot.The teachers are polite and so helpful and really caring.They also do Student assemblies where 3 children are picked from a class every month or so and are given awards recognizing their efforts and successes which I think is amazing.
6/15/2007parentPre-School was disappointing. Teachers did not have a curriculum. My child was 'exposed' to minimal letters, numbers and colors one percent of the school year. Teachers did not hold parent/teacher conferences. Two days before the school year was out, teachers asked parents to take time out of their busy day to attend a class parent/teacher 'conference' where they covered absolutely nothing; only to request signatures on two parent teacher conference forms. Fact: my child learned more in month at Montessori School than she did at Mark Twain Elm. Pre-School in a year. I also noticed that my child had less respect for her peers, lacked structure and direction in class. I am confident that Mark Twain will offer a better KG program.


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