Wa-Daisho Elementary School 2nd District
Owner: Government owned and staffed on government payrolls. Every two years a new Dean, usually selected from the teachers on staff, is elected and serves as spokesman and supervisor for the school over all.
Reputation: Wa-Daisho City Elementary School 2nd District is considered to be the best Elementary School in Wa-Daisho. The students genuinely seem to enjoy their experience in this school, and their grading scores indicate that they are also the best prepared for entering the rigorous education regiment that is introduced in the High School system.
Description of Establishment: A large concrete, white painted section of level 3, with red trim around the base and the top of the building. It's front carries the logo of the 2nd School District Elementary School, painted on the face of the structure in large red letters. Spaced every 10', in two levels, across the front and sides of this irregularly shaped 240'x200' structure, are 4'x4' windows. There are four entrances, one at the center of the end of the North branch of the structure, one at the center of the West branch of the structure, and one on the inseam of each of the two branches leading to the playground/track/football field. All told, the school is intended to house up to 1,500 students at a time. In its two-story enclosure it contains a large gymnasium, a well stocked library, full computer services with WaNet access, a fully equipped fitness center, and an indoor recess/lounge area.
Description of Services: Provides basic educational facilities to students of 5 years to twelve years of age. Students are divided into seven different grades, starting with "Introductory Student" then up through 1st Class, 2nd Class, 3rd Class, etc. - to 6th Class. Students are taught to speak and read American, basic mathematics, rudimentary history of North America since the cataclysm, a tad about Pre-RIFTS Earth, as well as a basic understanding for the RIFTS, magic, and technologies. In addition to skills, students are also taught tolerance and understanding for the differences between each of the races. Discipline, honor, tolerance, and respect are among the most important lessons they strive to teach here.
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