About This School
In 2011, Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School had 18 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Minnesota average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Kasson-Mantorville Elementary School Reviews
I have two students at this school, and they are open enrolled. I bring them there because I know they are getting a very good education. The district has some of the best test scores in the area, and I know that the teachers really care about my children. Test scores don't always mean everything, but when compared to other districts, they can say a lot. I am proud to say that my children go to K-M schools!
As a homeschooling Mom and a public school user as well, I found this school to be really great! They offer the advanced student a Gifted and Talented program with a very nice teacher. Most teachers are very nice and are easy to communicate with. As for kids who are struggling, this seems to be a possible problem. Something that needs further investigation. If your child has trouble keeping attention, you might want to find another school. Their idea of fixing the problem is by sending the child to the principal and then for testing. Some teachers don't really know how to handle a disruptive student.
My son has been in K-M since the 2nd half of K and is now going into 3rd grade and he loves it there. I do love that kindergarten here is only half day and I think that's the best option for kids that age. Also, the teachers there are so nice and easy to talk to and are really understanding. I don't know about other kids, but my son always comes home with good things to say and really enjoys being at school and I think that's a lot to say for a 9 year old boy :)