Neosho School District is a public school district located in Neosho, MO. It has 4,725 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
Neosho School District Rankings
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Neosho School District Reviews
Neosho is a character building atmosphere, driven to see students achieve their fullest potential. From a wide array of extracurriculars to academically challenging honors courses, Neosho strives for each student to excel. My children have had excellent opportunities and teachers who have become friends inside and outside of the classroom!
I've been in the Neosho School District since Kindergarten. Anytime I have any sort of issue with anything, the faculty and administration always do their very best to take care of it! I feel most of the teacher truly care about their students and their students' learning.
A district with some amazing teachers and professionals surrounded by a lot of teachers for whom teaching is just a job or who are so new to their career that they lack the vision and the experience to know what is possible. At Neosho, the sky is NOT the limit. The limit is largely set by the perceptions/limited life experiences of teachers and administrators. Both of whom are mainly white, middle class, able bodied & Christian. Students from families with low social standing, living in poverty, having a disability (requiring services), and to some extent racial or religious minorities are segregated into their "own" peer groups, especially at lunch. Sports performance and social standing of the family in the community are the two ways students can be viewed as more capable and worthy of extra teacher time/energy.