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Student Voice: 83% of WRHS Students Take Responsibility for Learning

Wood River High School student standing next to his artwork Traducción al español

83% of WRHS students said that they take responsibility for learning in the Quaglia School Voice Student survey.

The survey measures student perceptions surrounding students’ self-worth, engagement and sense of purpose – vital factors for all students to realize academic, personal, and social success in school.  This data will provide further guidance as we work on student engagement, which is one of the four strategic goals of the Blaine County School District.

As a student in WRHS art classes, Ben said, “It’s one of the few places at school where we have true independence and can develop ideas as individuals.”