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North Franklin School District is a public school district located in Connell, WA. It has 2,190 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 41% in reading.
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North Franklin School District Reviews
My experience in high school has been some of the funnest and also hardest years I’ve gone through. What I want to talk about are the teachers at Connell high. I’ve moved twice since I’ve been in high school and the teachers at Connell will never compare to the ones at other schools. They are so involved with their students lives, and make them be their best selves. The teachers I’ve had have really made an impact on my life, and I know they could be doing something else other than helping me with my math homework, but because they care about me they go out of their way to stay late after school or come early to help me. And I just wanted to thank them for all they have done for the school and me.
It is a small school in which everyone knows each other. The ration of teacher to student is extremely incredible. The material taught is very clear and if you don't understand it, you can easily get help. There is very little to no bullying or harassment throughout the school.
There is a lot of community involvement since the district spans over 5 different schools. Staff members are helpful at times but not to the best of their ability. Contact between other schools and it’s students/faculty during emergencies also needs to be improved. As well as training faculty for emergencies.