Sallisaw Public Schools is a public school district located in Sallisaw, OK. It has 1,968 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.
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Sallisaw Public Schools Reviews
I haven't been to many other schools so my opinion may not be what it would if I'd seen any other schools. It seems that communication between teachers (across grades) about how certain students learn is minute or non-existent this makes getting students to learn about a subject difficult. I've found that most classes are uninteresting, but I have noticed that I (in the classes I am in) have been one the few students so uninterested in what is being taught that they can hardly do their work. This is an issue likely caused by the teachers' resources, the way teachers must teach, and teachers themselves. The electives I've had (band and choir) have been very fun and made up for my disliking of the school for the last 2 years, but this year has been particularly boring, and boredom is a very degrading thing. As a student I feel like my emotions and opinions do not matter, and thus that I, as a person, do not matter.
I loved my time here in Sallisaw Public School System! My cousins and everyone on that side of my family talk so bad about sallisaw saying that it's only for rich people but you just have to take the opportunities that's given to them. I've loved all my teachers. It's such a great school, there are so many great opportunities that a student can get involved with.
I like the teachers, but I wish that there were more opportunities for students to take college classes and more electives and after school clubs for students to join. I also wish that we started foreign language classes (and have more than one foreign language available) from preschool all the way to senior year of high school, so that more students would have a chance to become fluent in a language other than English. It would also be nice if there were less tests, assignments, essays, projects, and more good food.