My grandson went to this school for one year...he had been diagnosed with one of the Autism spectrum disorders...the principal and others placed him in a room (cell), facing toward the inner wall, to just sit there by himself for the majority of the day...acted as if he was some sort of animal, out of sight, out of mind...we would never recommend this school for its backward thinking and lack of knowledge in the instruction of children with such disorders...keep your child safe and home school him/her if you live in Fallon, and have a disabled child.
I would never allow a disabled child to ever attend this school...the instructors and administrator showed my small relative very little compassion. How can they teach compassion,when they can not show compassion?
I went to this school for 6th grade in 2006 and it was one of the worst I have ever been to, if not the worst. If you hate your kids then send them to this prison (oh sorry I meant school). I was treated horribly. Things might have changed since then but it was one of the worst times in my life. The boys & girls club next door is not any better.
We are really pleased with my daughter's teachers. Any issues we have had, have been over the over testing that is mandated by the State and Federal Governments, not the teachers. I too found that a lot of parents do not show up or involve themselves. It is sad, but it indicative of the community which is mostly middle and lower income families.