In 2018, the McGraw Hill School District has a very high number of students who are in kindergarten.
That number is 2,631, with an average age of 16.
That’s a bit younger than the state average of 17.9, but it is still a high number.
For students who graduate from high school, the district has an average of 1,973 students, and the average age is 16.3.
The number of kindergartners has decreased dramatically from the past two years, as the school district has cut back on the number of children in kindergarten, which is a good thing for students and parents.
The district has taken many steps to reduce its kindergarten enrollment.
In 2019, the school eliminated the “teacher-led” kindergarten program.
The school also eliminated the high school graduation requirement and other special requirements that students and families were being expected to meet.
However, there are still students who must attend high school and participate in special programs in addition to the district’s standard kindergarten curriculum.
To make things even better, the number and age of students enrolled in special classes is growing.
As of April 1, there were 1,664 students in special kindergarten, up from 1,550 in April 2018.
Additionally, the year’s first class of students graduated from kindergarten this year.
According to the McGrewhill District, special education enrollment has increased by 4,200 students, or 5 percent, since the school started kindergarten in 2014.
The percentage of students in kindergarten who are enrolled in additional classes has also increased, to 9.5 percent, up 1 percent from 8.1 percent in 2018.
This article originally appeared on The Next Wave.