MOC Floyd Valley Community School District is a top rated, public school district located in Orange City, IA. It has 1,465 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 88% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
Elementary Schools in MOC Floyd Valley Community School District
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MOC Floyd Valley Community School District Reviews
I loved the community of our small school district. Every one knew each other and the teachers made it their priority to build a connection with every student. One thing that I would love to see change is our school rules on water bottles. Last year the school made it a rule that you must have a completely clear water bottle. This allowed for the staff and faculty to see the contents of it. Tinted yet transparent water bottles would be taken away. This was very frustrating because some students could not find completely clear bottles. Hydration has kind of swept our school, with many kids choosing to decorate their water bottles with stickers and decals. I would love to see the restrictions on water bottles loosened because hydration never takes a vacation!
I had A very good experience at Moc. I loved everything about it. I was allowed to participate in anything that I wanted to do. The teachers are great and very helpful. They always push the students to set high goals and give them the resources to reach the goals. I always felt comfortable asking for help with all my classes when I needed further instruction. Coaches were great! They always knew a lot about the game and always taught life lessons along the way. They taught respect, hard work and diligence.
I would have to say MOC Floyd Valley is a pretty decent school. Most of the people are welcoming and the teachers treat you like their own kids. They want you to feel safe and welcome. The students are pretty good at welcoming newcomers too. As for diversity, we are really good at accepting foreign exchange students. We actually have quite a few of them. Some from Germany, Italy, Guatemala, etc. All of our facilities are lovely and fairly new. Our middle school just got an addition added on roughly 2 years ago in the basement that looks amazing!!! Anyways, I'd have to say that if you're looking to move to an unknown town in the Northwest part of Iowa, I'd have to say that you should give Orange City, Iowa a try. Trust me. You'll love how involved you'll be in the community.