About This School
In 2011, Evans Middle School had 16 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Iowa average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Evans Middle School Reviews
I am a student at Evans Middle School! It is a very fun school! They have dance's every Friday. They have assembles sometimes. Honestly, it is my favorite school!!!
This school isn't that bad. Evans is a nice school with a bunch of nice teachers. People need to give Evans a chance.
Evans is a pretty good school and i think that alot of kids dont like it but thats okay
This school is full of challenges but nothing that can't be handled by it's staff. The staff all work together to get things done and help each student reach their full potential.
Okay, contrary to popular belief, Evans is NOT the worst school in the history of middle schools. The teachers are knowledgeable about what they're teaching and are willing to help any and all students in need. They make the transition into middle school easy and enjoyable. You have to admit that they have it a little more difficult because Evans is the largest middle school in the state of Iowa, yet they still manage to be helpful and fair to every student. Some students, however, aren't the best that the state has to offer but not due to the fault of the teachers. In fact, a majority of students that attended there are at least average, if not very successful. Take it from me: a former Evans student that gets good grades and stays involved, Evans Middle School is an exceptional school with many opportunities in education, sports and fine arts for the emerging teenager.
well evans is a good school for learning even though the teachers are strict. i have to say im a 8th grader and almost 9th grader and they finally put camera's in. i think the school is going to be much better next year. love, H.N
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