cant say thanks but just to have them watch over the child and get the unskilled uncaring teachers staff out so our kids have a better school. The school needs to remind the teachers the do not touch policy and parents need to be aware of there students and what is happening to them
teaching should be done in the schools not at home and computers need to walk out the door just like cell phones, a student has always been required to remain in the class room unless a hall pass but in Adna teachers allow visiting in other class rooms without even knowing where they are, wonder how that would effect a miss hap from happening in the time of an emergency, The discipline that teachers are teaching is do your own thing at school and then harass the parents went the student fails
Fraternization with students and your school allows this! Maybe you should ask around about your sub's before the media is called in Letter to senator was sent on this issue, a teacher never has the right to hug on students (Sub Women teacher hugging on students then comment how good looking the young man is, "is just not right") it is unethical and i am sure if the other parents where made aware it would not be going on.tall white haired women with a black streak.
My advice? Never judge a school on it's rating alone (as I had done with Adna prior to moving here) Visit the school for yourself, I'm glad we did! This is the 5th school my kids have attended in 3 different states due to my husband's job and relocation. We've experienced it all. Small schools, large schools, schools in the city, and now this one in the country. And I will tell you, out of them all, Adna stands out above the rest. Even the school rated a 9 out of 10 that my kids went to prior to here doesn't compare. Whoever has anything bad to say about this school must not have a lot of experiences to compare it with. The education is right on par with what other schools are. If anything, it's better because of the smaller class sizes. The kids are wonderful! No bullying whatsoever. Small, tight knit community that was very welcoming to our family. The staff deeply care about the children and their education. Last year, the math teacher even tutored my son on his own time just to help him succeed. Communication with the teachers is great here! I will do whatever it takes to make sure my kids get to finish out their schooling here without moving again, it's absolutely wonderful :)
This is a very high functioning academic school. The staff continue to address concerns regarding the state tests as well as stay on top of changing curriculum demands. Extracurricular activities include drama, band, and sports. Although the sports teams aren't very good and very limited choice as in most small schools. Parental involvement is high, but it's more community involvement, as the school is basically the town.
Adna High / Middle school is a small area school with small class size and administration you get to know when you're child is a student there. They do, however, only offer a limited amount of extra curricular activites mostly sports minded.
The quality of this school is very low -- some may prefer smaller schools (because of smaller classrooms) but for students, it's rather hard to fit in. It's easy to become an outsider, and if you do not play sports, you don't have much other extracurricular activities. You have to take Running Start at Centralia College if you're looking for any interesting classes, because with the money they have they only have a few teachers and very basic classes. Not only this, but they have so many rules and regulations on joining Running Start that it's hard to 'escape', so to speak. I would not recommend this school.