Jerome Joint School District is a public school district located in Jerome, ID. It has 3,955 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 24% of students are at least proficient in math and 39% in reading.
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Jerome Joint School District Reviews
I have gone to school in Jerome for the last three years and I have loved it! I feel very welcome and safe at school. The teachers, administration, counselors, and students all make an effort to get to know one another. I love knowing that if I have a problem I can go and talk to anyone in the school and they will help me solve it, or even just be a listening ear. They are excited about the things that I am excited about and look forward to my future just as much as I do. They are always checking in on students to make sure they are doing good, and will high-five or fist-bump you in the halls.
They are driven in the involvement of students into extracurriculars. Except, my biggest concern wasn't necessarily the issue with the school but Idaho's education standards. When compared to other states we are teaching different levels of general classes. Maybe there should be a way to get a US academic standard per grade.
I liked playing sports and being part of LIA, academically teachers were awesome and available for me. I was a victim of bullying but decided to keep it to myself, I did tell my mother and she wanted to report it but I didn't want her to because I was going to be bullied for telling my momma. That's one thing I'd like to see changed, students not being bullied and not being afraid to tell someone! It's really hard to have the courage to say something, I feel it is important for administration to help students feel strong and safe enough to say something.