Cassia County Joint School District is a public school district located in Burley, ID. It has 5,447 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 36% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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Cassia County Joint School District Reviews
I love my school district! Within our far reaching and broad (in terms of distance) community, support is given and taken in a cycle that is selfless and constructive. There are many educational opportunities to learn and apply knowledge, but sometimes I feel like my capacity to learn and take opportunities that I truly want to is limited. There is a lack of willing and able educational teachers in different fields, nevertheless the lack does not stop many of us from finding our own way to truly learn.
I like the friendliness of most of the faculty and student body. It makes it feel like a nice friendly or even family environment. The thing that i would like to see change the most is equality, instead of students getting good grades or being allowed more resources than others, I believe each and every student should receive the same opportunities to show their strengths and weaknesses.
This school's focus is based upon the religious views that dominate the town and those who live in the area. If one isn't for this "view", they are seemingly categorized as an outcast until they conform to the righteous outlook by the church. Sports also dominate the small school because a religious cheerleader who is good with the director doesn't have to earn her grade, it is given to her and the same goes to the football, volleyball, and basketball teams. The outrage should be more than turning a blind eye to the obviously favorite and glorified religious yet athletic kids and their actions.