Reeds Spring R-IV School District is an above average, public school district located in Reeds Spring, MO. It has 1,859 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Reeds Spring R-IV School District Reviews
I've gone to Reeds Spring School District since I started school. Overall I've had a pretty good experience. I've really enjoyed being apart of the band, which was definitely the best part of my high school experience. The teachers are generally friendly. Some things could be better though, there is a lot of pressure and so much to do that high school especially can be overwhelming. I think Reeds Spring, as well as other schools, should consider how students feel having so much to do in and out of school. They should account for people who have trouble in school, anxiety, or something else.
Through Reeds Spring I have made friendships life long friendships with both peers and teachers. What I loved most about the district was the passion many of the faculty had with seeing students achieve and building relationships with them. This includes all teachers, coaches, custodians, cooks, counselors, principles, and everything in between. I would like to see a change in funding for other activities other than sports (primarily football). The choir still uses robes from the 80's and the marching band has not gotten new uniforms in who knows how long while several sports teams get new uniforms each year. Several students have qualified for Nationals in Speech and Debate and/or made it to Globals in Destination Imagination but have had to come up with the funds themselves. I can name many other clubs and activities students excel in that have little to no funds provided for the school. I think the Reeds Spring school district should care about the arts just as much as sports.
I feel like overall Reeds Spring Highschool was a very average learning experience. They did not prepare students for the next step whatsoever as well as very mediocre staffing. There were about 3-4 staff that seemed to actually excel in their jobs but overall was not the greatest. Our facilities were actually above average and the school was well kept and up to date vs all the other ones in the area. Everything else was very below average and I did not feel as if the staff would listen to the students on how they felt under taught and not ready for the real world.