Maple School District is a public school district located in Maple, WI. It has 1,351 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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Maple School District Reviews
Maple School District is a great place for all academic levels! They offer many classes that have challenged me as well as my peers. It's a very safe, well-secured building with amazing staff, and not to mention the outstanding activities and extracurriculars!
Over the past thirteen years I've seen this schools ups and downs. These last two years we've gotten a handful of new staff. Before we got our new principal our students were all put in line, there were no fights and everyone followed the rules. Our new principal set some different rules and It was unreal how many fights we had that year. One good rule our principle mMr. Carlson came up with was cell phone usage. Before he came, kids would be on their phones all the time during lunch, passing time and during classes. Now we can use phone during passing time and lunch but when it comes time to learn the phones get turned off. One other thing I dislike about our school is tiger time, it's about 40 min long. This time is used for getting your homework done, club meetings and for kids who are struggling in classes to get help. Most kids after they check into homeroom leave school because there's no supervision at the doors.
Overall I had an excellent experience with the Maple School District. I was very involved in the athletic community and was still able to perform successfully in academics thanks to the teachers and staff. However, one thing I would change would be the effort put into college readiness and financial education.