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Principal McNeill on the importance of Class Sizes.
Why Class Sizes Matter: Tina Link, Science Teacher, speaks to the importance of smaller class sizes in science, especially in labs.
Kiran Rao, Walton graduate and Georgia Tech student, discusses Why Class Sizes Matter for our students and their futures.
Irene Barton, 9th District PTSA chair and Walton parent takes a moment to stress the importance of being involved in the Walton Foundation and our students' success.
A word from Greg Fleenor, English teacher, regarding the importance of smaller class sizes in his department.
SMALLER CLASS SIZES AT WALTON MAKE A DIFFERENCE
With the county budget cuts, the Foundation's focus has recently shifted again to the goal of Class Size Reduction. Because of the superb support of Walton Families, funds were channeled to support FIVE experienced part time teachers for the 2014-15 school year. This reduced overall classroom sizes from a potential 31-37 students per class, to an average of 26-28 students per class instead. The average Walton class size is significantly lower that most CCSD high schools.
Former Walton student Samin Mossivi explains how small classes prepare you for college.