Plumas Charter School is an above average, public, charter school located in Quincy, CA. It has 332 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 27% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
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Plumas Charter School Reviews
I think the school I attend is very safe. To understand it I'll give you a little bit of background. We are located in a small rural community. We are a branch off the Plumas Charter School, but my school is run as a private school. We share a campus with the High School in our small town of 1,129 people. There's around 150 kids between both schools. At my school bullying is not tolerated. It's seen as an intolerable act by students and teachers combined. It's in our best interest to make people feel welcome. We have a kid in our school who is mute and I've been told it's because he was bullied for having a lisp or something previous to attending our school. I love hanging with him, and so do a lot of the other kids. When he first started attending our school, he used to keep his head down and not make eye contact. Now, he looks you in the eye and laughs silently at the crazy things we do. He even signed my year book! Health wise, we just had PBL(Project Based Learning) around public health where we had two weeks to work with a team to create a public health campaign. So, we are pretty good about not spreading sickness because we know how things are spread and how to lessen the effects of germs and things like that. With our small town, the police are just a short distance away. Honestly, being so called "country" kids, we are rough and tough and can really hold our own. We have a martial arts class which some of us attend in and/or out of school. So, we are probably the worst school to mess with in terms of security measures. Also, we all know the procedures of what to do in dangerous circumstances as fires, earthquakes, and shooters. Our directors secretary/ school nurse is a mother to one of my friends and she's a great. None of us really get hurt at school very much, we try to be smart. It's after school when people do stupid things and get injured. All in all, we all strive to develop a safe working environment. That's why I feel safe at my school.
Great one on one time with the teachers, always listen to what I needed, I also got to pick what classes I wanted to take. Everyone is very nice there would also highly recommend it to anyone
Plumas Charter was great for me, it made it able for me to work and take care of my family and finish school at a fast enough pace for me. My teacher was great and always went above and beyond.