San Juan School District is a public school district located in Blanding, UT. It has 3,107 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 33% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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San Juan School District Reviews
I love it! The sports and extra activities are so much fun and lots of kids are involved. We have many different races and cultures at our schools and it brings a lot of diversity to our school. We have poor fundin and not a lot of resources which affects our school in a very negative way. Our school can’t adored a new track and many people get hurt while running or jogging. We have really bad food here but it is free which is good because people down here can’t afford food sometimes and kids might go hungry if we didnt have it for free. I love the people down here and how are littl towns come rogether to work on problems.
My experience in high school was pretty neutral for the most part, I've managed to make friends that have become a part of my everyday life and acquaintances that I'll probably converse with on the street. For the most part, I've really enjoyed getting to know the teachers, some more than others. The teachers are really nice, as long as you listen and show respect. If there was anything I'd want to change, it'd have to be encouraging the students to be more involved and keep an open mind when it comes to other students.
I like seeing the way people are with each other. There are people of several different races and all of them get along really well. They all work together to get things the way they want to be. A Native American language, Navajo, was put on a language learning app (Duolingo) because people worked together to make it happen.