North Pemiscot County R-I School District is a public school district located in Wardell, MO. It has 258 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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North Pemiscot County R-I School District Reviews
The education is great, but some teachers are biased,and it's important to be cautious because some teachers are unstable.There is no school cheer or prep and the only exciting thing on campus is the occasional fight.The school drains the life out of you.Students stay because there aren't uniforms.The lunch is great on most days, but the lines are too long, lunch is too short, and the cafeteria becomes too crowded.You can't use the bathroom because there is only 3 minutes in between classes and teachers hate letting you leave during class. There isn't much diversity, mostly everyone is the same and have the same opinions or act the same.If you don't follow the herd you are an outcast and will be talked about behind your back. Since the school has very few colored people, there is some bigotry.The band is the only fun activity.There is no warm water in the bathrooms to wash your hands with.The nurse leaves at lunch and the guidance counselor is always too busy to help you.