All my children are or have been enrolled in this school-with yet another levy being proposed-I am happy to write this-Please look at the number of students enrolled here(less than 1000!!!!)-please look at the number of open enrollees (about 40%!!!!!)-then look at how many are encouraged to attend Maplewood-(about 35-40%!!!!)then go to the counselors corner and see at what level seniors are graduating from here (about 60% score a C or below!!!!!)-the figures are appalling! Get the facts. The school at best is average. Scores from state: received an 'F' for value added-understandable-they promote mediocrity-not for students to excel-not for college prep- Input-concentrate on promoting the students to excel-promote college education-simple. Until then my vote is no.
- submitted by a
February 11, 2013
Small school size is great in theory, but the administration isn't willing to review modern practices or acknowledge that prevention vs reaction should be put into practice. Road blocks to help students and promote programs is a hindrance for the great opportunities that could grow if fostered by administration.
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