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About Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School
Pasco School District is the core of a great community in Eastern Washington. It has 11 Primary schools, 3 middle schools, a 4-year high school, and an alternative secondary school. It has become a representation for emergent kinds of best programs that set up the students in facing the challenges of the real world.
Pasco School District’s vision is to put its students first to develop a life time learning while enjoying academics, variety, and modernism. Pasco School District ensures promotion, celebration, and respect of cultural diversity between the students, school staff, and the community. It preserves a secure, protected, and favorable setting with apparent scholastic objectives and prospects. It creates innovative classrooms that are dedicated to diverse students with strong instructional strategies and a challenging and engaging research-based curriculum.
Pasco School District operates Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School. It is a public school and is situated in the county of Franklin and Pasco City. The school is in a mid-sized city setting, meaning, that the school is in a central city of a “Core Based Statistical Area” or “Consolidated Statistical Area”. Emerson Elementary School is a Title I eligible school, a program devised to give financial assistance to students through Secondary Education Act and Local Education Agencies.
Emerson Elementary School is not a charter school or does not provide free elementary or secondary education to qualified students under a precise charter settled by the state legislature or other appropriate authority nor a magnet school, a special school intended to draw students of various race to reduce racial isolation.
Emerson Elementary School is considered as a Primary School that offers kindergarten through fifth grade. An approximate total of 555 students go to this school. An estimated 89% represents the Hispanic ethnicity, a probable 8% represents the Caucasians, some 2% belongs to the African-American students, 1% represents the Asian community, and 1% represents the American-Indian natives. 86% of the school’s population is entitled for the reduced-price lunch program. 11% receives special education. A 50.4% of the student population is males while 49.6% represents the female. Emerson Elementary School has a total of 29 faculty members. The 29 teachers make up a student to teacher ratio of 17 students per teacher. 13 of which has an average years of teaching experience. 62% of the faculty staff has a Master’s degree. Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary School provides great parent involvement. The parents are requested to be a part of their children’s daily scholastic routine. They are asked to monitor their children’s academic progress and participate in school activities to establish a favorable bond between teachers, school administrators, parents, and students.
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