Aspc-Tucson School

10000 South Wilmot, Tucson, AZ 85734 | (520) 574-0024
  • Grades: Unknown
  • Student Enrollment: Unknown
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1 out of 5 | 1 Review

School Description

School Summary and Highlights
  • Enrolls students in grade levels that do not adhere into a traditional K-12 system
Additional Contact Information
  • Mailing Address: P.o. Box 24400, Tucson, AZ 85734
School Operational Details
  • Alternative School

Faculty Details and Student Enrollment

Students and Faculty
  • Total Students Enrolled: 0
  • Total Full Time "Equivalent" Teachers: 0
Source: AZ Department of Education, Source: NCES 2009-2010

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Overall Rating: 1

1 out of 5 | 1 Review
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1 review for Aspc-Tucson School

  • Reviewed by Parent/Guardian on October 23, 2008
  • Rating: 1 (1 / 5) Flag as inappropriate
  • I heard wonderful things about Lad N Lassie but was unpleseantly suprised once I enroolled my sons. The first impression is one wonder and respect. That feeling was quickly squalched after my oldest attended the school for 1 month. Shortly after starting he began having nightmares and acting up in school. Like many parent we believed he was merely acting up because of the new more stricy environment. It was not until we met with the director of the school that we understood the full magnitude of the issue. Our soon was being asked to leave because he was to rambunctious. The Director of the school went on to explain that our sons, yes you heard right sons, may need individual help. And, they would not be fully functional in society. A note, our sons are adopted however we love them more then anyone could know..... The director made this affirmation based on her experience with a friends who has an adopted son who is challenged. With that limited knowledge she felt justified in telling me ALL ADOPTED CHILDREN ARE A PROBLEM. As if it wasn't bad enough she said it....she said it in front of my 2yo son who at this point can't stand still. I guess to drive her point home she proceeded to include my 16 month old!!! Hello he can't talk how could she possibly know what he may need? OH YEAH, HE'S ADOPTED HE'S GOING TO BE A PROBLEM. For several weeks our son was unable to even look at her w/o shaking. Until the faithful morning when my beautiful 2 yo son found the strength to verbalize his fears, "Daddy it's her...Her who..Her...Always, always,always....fist clenched head down...always what....I'M ALWAYS A PROBLEM!!!!!who told you that her....." now I know why he had nightmares and misbehaved. With my experience being told I would suggest thinking twice before placing your child in Lad-n-lassie. With-in four months the process started with our youngest who wasn't 2yo therefore non-verbal. Fortunately we saw writting on the wall and took him out. It created financial hardship but in the end my childrens mental safety is priority. If you chose to place your child here keep your eye on HER!!!!
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