Caring teachers and sensitive administration is Central school's greatest asset. Class size is somewhat large averaging around 20:1. New Ipswich Town funding seems a bit stingy for this older school and results are apparent in its somewhat rundown apearance. The Principal and Other Administrators are trying to do the best with what they got. The classes are fairly well equipped with the exception of computers and internet access. But really, just how much of that do 1st and 2nd grade students truely need? All-in-all its a charming traditional elementary school where the emphasis is placed on community values and self-esteem image building... not a high tech, overly liberal educational approach. Two thumbs up from these two parents!
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