This was a really nice place to work and had a lot of enjoyable employees that got along real well. No matter what you may have been going through, this team was always there to pick you up and make sure that you have a good day.
teacher (Former Employee) – liberty, tx – May 18, 2015
I am really happy with my co-workers, but the administration (and board of trustees) are a very close-knit bunch of good old boys (with a few token exceptions). There is a strong sense of the appearance of excellence but not a deep commitment to real change and education.
Like most schools, manipulation is the #1 incentive ("we're staying for a meeting until 5 p.m. FOR THE KIDS") and hard work is rewarded with more responsibility while mismanagement is rewarded with easier (but equally paid) work.
A sense of frustration is just part of the job.
Parents are either uneducated or entitled: kids are the same, admin is overtly polite and enthusiastic but covertly self-interested and ineffective
The work was hard on the feet and back. I learned how to clean better and cook better. Management was very strict on rules but that's to be expected for a kitchen. My co-workers were easily my best friends. I enjoyed being with my co-workers the most. They made the job more fun and friendly most of the time. Some of my co-workers had sour attitudes but only a few.
learning how to cook, money was excellent, advancement was almost guaranteed