I love this school because it is very clean the teachers are excellent and I believe the school deserves this cause nothing like this ever happens in Tiverton RI.
Ranger School is a public elementary school in Town of Tiverton. 258 children attend Ranger School and identify primarily as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Native American or Native Alaskan. 22% of the 258 students here are paying reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Ranger School is 13:1. Pocasset School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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Ranger School is definitely an above-average elementary school. The main office assistant is always friendly and informed (despite a very busy job) and that attitude is everywhere. The teachers I've met are caring and hard-working and the principal is good-natured and comes to all events. The school has a new building. Pros are that the building is shiny sparkling new - everything spotless and in good order nice cafeteria gym etc. Cons are the design of the building - students isolated with their own grades. Gym and classrooms small. It's so new and the entry ceilings are so high it looks a little cold and clinical - like an office building - could use more color and artwork to look friendly. It will look better outside when the landscaping grows in really need more playground equipment. The great PTO is working on it. Great arts and gym teachers too.
As a former student of Ranger and now the mother of 2 ranger students I have to say it one of the best schools out there. It is a small school who considers all the students family. The teachers are wonderful they really go way beyond to help and do everything they can for you. Ranger staff your doing a great job. Thank you for everything. I look forward to working with this staff for years to come.