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Meriden School District is a public school district located in Meriden, CT. It has 7,921 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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Meriden School District Reviews
The Meriden School District is very college forward. From the moment you are entered into the district, you are pushed to do your very best. Teachers and Staff provide a learning environment that can mold to each students needs. This helps all students prepare for their futures to their best ability. This includes a wide variety of studies from Medical to Culinary to Psychology. There are also many sports teams and musical ensembles.
Meriden School have a great amount of diversity, and the students are very friendly. The teachers make the student work hard, and try to push them to try their hardest. The facility has been recently updated and is filled with the newest technology to help the student. The recent update also brings in a fresh environment for the students, which allows for a innovated and active learning environment for the students.
I felt as if the Meriden School System needs to work to better motivate their students. In Meriden, we face lots of students coming from distraught families. This poses a bigger challenge for educators and administrators to efficiently perform their duty. However, with some effort and dedication, school faculty can empower through students in the classroom. The trick is to approach them in a genuine way. In doing so, students will feel a sense of respect, which will incline them to portray that respect back.