It is the philosophy of the Board of Trustees and the administration that the teacher-pupil ration is an important factor in successful instruction of students. Therefore, every effort will be made to schedule students to equalize teachers load to maximize teaching efficiency.
The Board of Trustees supports the philosophy that maximum teaching and learning results can best be realized by limiting the number of pupils per teacher to approximately 25. The educational process must be consciously designed to help each student. In order to accomplish this adequately, the number of pupils per teacher is a vital factor. Whenever the teacher-pupil ration exceeds 25 students per teacher and there are enough students to form another classroom unit, the unit will be formed providing economic conditions permit, classrooms are available and there is a trend to permanency of such a classroom unit. Also, units may be discontinued if student population indicates.