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Lincoln County School District is a public school district located in Newport, OR. It has 5,551 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 43% in reading.
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Lincoln County School District Reviews
I’ve really loved going to school in Newport. The teachers all really care about their students, we have an incredible math department lead by Mr. Hanna who has won dozens of awards throughout his career. We have fantastic english teachers who go out of their way to select books that will force students to see diversity. All in all my schooling experience has been incredible, although there are times when I wonder if my classmates and teachers are truly valued by higher administration.
The schools I have visited and attended in Lincoln County have been great establishments of education within each community. The staff and teachers have great personalities and are well qualified for their fields, so I am proud to say that I'm graduating from a Lincoln county school. The extra curricular opportunities are great and they represent the individual interests each student may have, this is partially why these schools are so welcoming and have a great reputation. In the end the Lincoln County School district is a great place to have children attend school and eventually send them into higher education to pursue their dreams.
My experience with the Lincoln County School District has been a pleasant experience, however one thing I believe should be changed is putting more funds for new textbooks.