The school has a dedicated teaching faculty with excellent principals who do their best with some of the lowest per student funding in the state. We out perform over 100 Pennsylvanian districts that spend more than us and we have only failed to make AYP (Annual Yearly Progress) because our because our special education population is barely large enough to be analyzed separately. I am proud to work at the school and I hope the district can survive to coming years of financial hardship. All because our community won't adequately fund education, even though we comfortably have the means to
- submitted by a teacher
October 29, 2003
Access to your children and their classes during school hours is strictly up to the school principal. As a parent, you have no rights to see or observe your child in their educational setting at Tuscarora Jr. High School without the principal's written permission. This is school policy. With the new laws in ' No Child Left Behind' and its insistance on parent participation within the school classroom, it is appalling that this district can pick and choose which parents can observe their children and when. What is going on that they don't want us to see?