I was a parent and on the school board, but am no longer associated with the school. The school and the school district is way too small to offer a challenge to children in the grades K-8, and especially grades 6-8 where children are becoming curious about the world and are capable of learning a great deal. There is no career path for teachers when there is only this one little K-8 school in the district. New Jersey shouldn't allow school districts like this. I'm sure it was rare, but with such a small school, the CSA could and did encourage certain children to stay home on standardized test days. Also, with such a small school, test scores can reflect one good (or bad) teacher, Most importantly a child with diverse interests will not be well served.