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About James McGee Elementary School
James McGee Elementary School is functioned by Pasco School District education agency. It is located at Pasco, Washington in the county of Franklin. It is a standard sized urban background school. It is categorized as a Primary School and presents kindergarten up to fifth grade. It is the home of the Mustangs and also considered one of the best schools in Pasco School District.
The school’s task is to develop meaningful learning experience, develop cooperation, participation, teamwork, and respect, provide a safe environment for the learners, aid the students achieve their respective goals, and guide the learners to attain their fullest potentials. James McGee Elementary School has a totality of 29 faculty members. They comprise a student to teacher ratio of 22.4 students to a teacher, which is an advisable percentage of teachers to student ratio. The faculty staff is dedicated in imparting knowledge to their students. They see to it that the students fully grasp the subject matter they are discussing before proceeding to another lesson. James McGee Elementary School is a Title I qualified school, meaning the school offer financial aid in the course of SEA’s and LEA’s. It is not a charter school and it is not a magnet school.
In regards to the racial diversity of the students of James McGee Elementary School, there are 327 students who are Hispanic, 26 students are Asians, 278 Caucasian students, 2 Indian students, and 18 students who are African – American. There are 333 male students and 318 female students in totality. All of which has a good moral character.198 0f the 651 students of James McGee Elementary School are entitled to have a free lunch. 75 are permitted to have a reduced–price lunch plan. And there are 273 students who are qualified to have lunch aid. There are 3 learners in kindergarten, 99 in the first grade, 128 are in second grade. There are 87 pupils in the third grade, 108 students and 95 learners for the fourth and fifth grade respectively. The sum of students is 651.
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