Kennewick School District is an above average, public school district located in Kennewick, WA. It has 18,171 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Kennewick School District Reviews
I love Kennewick School District. They do an amazing job at keeping us safe, making sure we follow the rules, all while still letting us have fun! I would change one thing though if I was in charge. That would be how harsh they are on the girls especially when it’s really hot outside. A lot of girls get sent home even when there outfits arent that bad. Most teachers at my school base the dress code off of what they like and what they dont.
Kennewick School District, in my opinion, likes to help their students. They want the best facilities for all grades. They build more schools so that more students can have smaller class sizes for a more one on one interaction with the teacher. Students love to interact with their schools because of the teacher involvement and teh parent involvment. Being at school events is fun because of how much effort the administration or clubs work to make it enjoyable.
As a former student i can really say that the Kennewick school district is a double edged sword. When i was a student i could see how some schools were favored more than others. Yes, some schools has amazing staff and atmospheres but this was not true for some of the schools. I've heard stories from teachers themselves about others schools staff being under preforming and not caring about their job and it seemed that certain schools were filled with these staff members. What I'm trying to say is that the district picks favorites with its schools. Other than picking favorites when it comes to supporting its schools the districts has been making strides in order to compete with other schools. The district has been making strides to improve and has been progressing in the right direction.