Carmen Amador

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I.S. 303 Herbert S. Eisenberg

School Number:
K303

Address:

501 WEST AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NY 11224

Phone:
718-996-0100Fax:
718-996-3785

School Hours
Student Enrollment:
506
Grades Served:

06, 07, 08, SE

PRINCIPAL
CARMEN AMADOR

Parent Coordinator:

Marletta Barrow

PTA President:

Aisuluu Sartbaeva

PTA President:

Natalie Ali

Police Precinct:
60
Geographic District:
21
Community School Office
Superintendent:

ISABEL DIMOLA

Address:

1401 EMMONS AVENUE
BROOKLYN, NY 11235

Phone:

718-648-0209

Family Leadership Coordinator:
Georgette Pezzolanti
Email:
GPezzolanti@schools.nyc.gov
Family Support Coordinator:
Mary Montemarano
Email:
MMontemarano@schools.nyc.gov
Education Council President:
Heather Ann Fiorica

2 Comments

  1. I’d like to start off by stating how since she has been principal, over 30 staff members have left. Her motto is children first but they suffer from her lack of leadership skills and inability to show appreciation for majority of her staff members. In addition, she avoids parents and forces assistant principals and teachers to deal with any situation at hand while she hides in her office playing solitaire. Additionally, she criticizes and writes up staff for taking off on Fridays and Monday’s but she takes off several Friday’s a year for reasons unknown. This principal also leaves the building for hours upon end and returns with different hairstyles. She favors certain staff members. She bends the rules for her friends who are not even certified teachers and gives them teaching jobs under false aliases. She excuses a male staff member from work to rebuild her house and covers for him by not marking him absent. If there is an after school or weekend event, you better be present, regardless of the short notice or you will be “observed” the following school day given developing or ineffective ratings with outlandish rationale such as “your lesson plan wasn’t 5 pages long”. Physical altercations among students are swept under the rug and special education students do not receive services or are suddenly declassified without reevaluations due to convenience with staffing. The teachers and staff are hardworking individuals who deserve respect. However, she creates a hostile environment where people hate going to work. That’s not what teaching is all about.

  2. Over 40 teachers, paras, and staff have left in the past 3 years. No one has done anything! She has bullied staff, been nasty to students and has been investigated many times to no avail. She has had a teacher work on her house during school time. He brought the blue prints to school and showed other teachers!!! She gets her hair and nails done on school time. The school used to be a wonderful place to work and attend school. Now, everyone is running!!! I am one of 40 staff members to have left!!

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