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Williams Valley School District is a public school district located in Tower City, PA. It has 996 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
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Williams Valley School District Reviews
During the pandemic our school has reacted in different ways. In the previous year, they organized online school when we were initially quarantined but it did take about a month to actual begin. That decreased the amount of schooling we received which I think negatively impacted our knowledge on the classes students were enrolled in at the time. Now, they have take many precautions to avoid the spread of the virus in school such as frequent sanitation, masks, and much more. One area that I believe they lack in, is organizing student quarantines. Many students have been exposed outside of school and still attend. This problem is unavoidable but it does make it difficult to ensure safety in the school.
Williams Valley offered many programs and sports activities to work with individuals as well as the community. They continues to improve in all areas from academics, to expanded resources for students, activities, on-line access and many other areas
Williams Valley provided me with the necessary classes for me to be successful in college. I took honors classes, three AP courses, and dual enrollment classes. The dual enrollment credit was easily transferred to my college. I wish I would have been able to take more honors and AP. The school only has about four AP classes. I have had very good relationships with my teachers, there are a few who go above and beyond to help the students out. There's a lot of emphasis on sports and unfortunately, not too much on other clubs and activities that Williams Valley has to offer. There's many other activities to get involved in, but they are overshadowed by all the sports teams. Also, because the community and school is in a rural setting, the students can be closed-minded. Most students end up going to in-state colleges. Overall, I had good experiences here and bad ones. I look back fondly on the memorable experiences here, but I am glad to have graduated.