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Norman County East School District is a public school district located in Twin Valley, MN. It has 258 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Norman County East School District Reviews
My experiences at Norman County East have been very pleasant and eye-opening. Receiving an education in a small town in Northwestern Minnesota has given me the opportunity to become engaged in my community through some of the school's clubs, providing me with long-lasting bonds to cherish for a lifetime. The school staff is accommodating and friendly, willing to help any students who seek advice or assistance. The best part about the school is definitely the familiarity of faces in the halls. Teachers get to know their students personally due to small class sizes, greatly increasing the students' comfort and creating a trusting atmosphere. However, the school enrollment is decreasing, and I'd like to see more classes offered in order to appeal to possible newcomers and current students wishing to take different classes to fit their interests. Norman County East has shaped me into the person I am today, and I am so grateful for the knowledge and memories I've gained over the years.
I was able to take many PSEO college courses there. It was very small, so I got to know most of the students and teachers there. Although it did not offer a good variety of electives and programs.
Before I transferred here I went to a big school with over 200 kinds in my class. I was scared because I didn't know anybody and was expecting there to be many knew people. On the first day, almost half of the school introduced themselves to me! Everybody is so nice and kind! I don't think there has been a time where I've felt left out. Joining a smaller community has made a difference for me, and I love it! You get to know and make many new friends. In the end you're all part of one big family. There's no clicks, you don't have to worry about who you're going to sit by at lunch, although I will admit there is drama, but it usually gets worked out in the end. I'd recommend this school to anybody who has considered joining.