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Manasquan Elementary School8

Manasquan, NJ | Monmouth County

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March 14, 2015


School facility is a knock-down and education is just okay, overall not good for a new student.

Submitted by a parent

November 12, 2011


School needs new principal. Tired, old ideas come from tired old people. Some very good teachers, but have little support from staff whose only concern is holding on to their own jobs for a few more decades. Concerned Parents are taking their kids elsewhere. People who can't afford it or dont care, are stuck with the the same principal who has been there since they themselves were in elementary school. Vice Principal and superintendent need to go as well.

Submitted by a parent

March 23, 2011


School is at a critical juncture. Possibility for some outstanding progress with the right decisions. Superintendent's contract is presently up for renewal. Heavy pressure from some on the Board of Education to ram through renewal before Governor's "price controls" take place. Time for a new Superintendent with the energy and decisive nature to clean house (staff) especially with regard to getting a new Principal and Vice Principal. School has outstanding potential, presently unrealized. Some very good teachers at MES. They need administrators who are up to the challenge, not just marking time. School needs classes for "gifted" children. School needs classes for "special needs kids". Board of Education meetings concerning the Superintendent's contract should not be held in secret.

Submitted by a parent

November 16, 2010


I am a student at Manasquan and I have found it wonderful. I was new at this school and the teachers helped me become the 1st honor role student I am today. The principal is amazing and involved in everything we do as students. Some of the parents though... are a little too much involved and you know who you are. But we are a great school and you need to look at it from the student s point of view. Not from what the parents read in the paper or what they hear from their gossip circles. You need to see what it is like from inside the classrooms and how involved and wonderful the teachers are. I love this school and would never want to change!

September 20, 2010


Neighbor just pulled 3 of her children out of the school because the school lacks leadership. People would rather pay 10-15k/yr each to put their kids in private schools rather than receive what Manasquan Elementary School is offering for nothing. That about says it all for the folks running Manasuqn Elementary School. Hiring relatives and friends seems to be what it's all about at Manasquan Elementary. You have to ask yourself, "how important is your child's education?" before sending them off to Manasquan Elementary School. If you can't afford a better school, or your kids are mentally challenged, and private schooling would make no difference, Manasquan Elementary is your school. If you care even a little about the education of your children, look elsewhere.

Submitted by a parent

June 25, 2010


Principal needs to go asap! No leadership at all. It's a mutual admiration society with no forward thinking or planning. Old methods that have failed to keep pace with changing times and teaching methods. Teachers are a mixed bag. Some great, some horrible. All management needs to go. They are overpaid and underworked.

Submitted by a parent

June 8, 2010


Some good teachers but too many just going through the motions. Principal is long overdue for retirement. Parents serious about their kids education go elsewhere. No leadership. This school is all about the teachers and management. It should, at least, consider the students now and then.

Submitted by a parent

May 19, 2010


The teachers are amazing and the atmosphere is good.

Submitted by a parent

May 19, 2010


We are lucky to have teachers that are commited to the kids both inside and outside the classroom. You will find the same involvement with parents and even alumni. It would be hard to find a better learning environment.

Submitted by a parent

May 18, 2010


We have great teachers who are committed to helping our children be the best they can be now and in the coming years. They are working hard to prepare our kids for thier future education. Our teachers are always there for our children and thier parents. Working together gives our children the best posssibilities for a good education.

Submitted by a parent

May 18, 2010


How dedicated to our children the staff members are and how much fun they make learning! The kids are one or a kind,awesome!

Submitted by a parent

May 18, 2010


The faculty are dedicated, wonderful and caring professionals. Our children are having fun learning and look forward to each day.

Submitted by a parent

May 18, 2010


Parents and Teachers who care = great school!!!

Submitted by a parent

May 18, 2010


Teachers, Students, programs and overall atmosphere are something special that is very hard to find.

Submitted by a parent

May 18, 2010


I love Manasquan Elementary School because it is a school based on tradition, community and values.

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