The school is actually K-12th grade with a total of about 200 students. The average class size is about 15 students/teacher. K - 6th are separated from the 7th - 12th. The 7th-12th grade teachers meet once a week on how they can improve student achievement--they work together. There is bully/peer pressure meetings twice a month that all students attend and learn through activities and games. The school also offers two sessions of after-school tutoring (free of charge). Being a small rural school though, means that there are not as many electives that students can choose from as with bigger city schools. Currently we have art, music and band, and wood shop to choose from.
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