Students may return their Chrome Books, library books, text books, and other supplies owned by the school on May 26 and May 27 between the hours of 8 A.M. and 2 P.M.  Please form a line curbside to the Central Office and stay in your car.  A staff member will come to your car and receive your student's Chrome Book, library books, text books and other supplies.  At that time, we will hand you a bag of your students' possessions from their desks and lockers.  Then, you may drive on out!  Stay safe and have a great summer!

Message from Mr. Breon

Community Notice,                         Notice date – April 17, 2020

From the Desk of Mr. Breon

Today, Governor Kim Reynolds announced that all schools in Iowa will remain closed through the end of the school year to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19.


This announcement will continue to affect all School District programming, including before- and after-school activities, all athletic and extracurricular practices and competitions, and all weekend events. It is our hope that we will be able to reschedule prom, graduation and class trips for later this summer, but we do not yet know how these events will look. 


I know this decision has caused a great deal of concern and disappointment for our students, staff, and families. The pandemic arrived quickly, and when we first were directed to close our school buildings in March, we did not realize it would be the last time we would see our students in person this school year. Please know that we share in your disappointment. 


Per our district calendar, the last day of school for students is May 20. We will continue with virtual learning until that date, just as we have over the past several weeks. We encourage all families to keep their students engaged in these activities to ensure learning continues to take place through the end of the school year. Our staff is ready to assist all families in these efforts, as well. 


We need our families’ support in engaging students in the learning resources we have provided. Doing nothing from March 15 to August 24 will not prepare children to be successful next school year. Our staff is here to help you bridge this gap. 


The governor has given us the flexibility to start school before August 23rd .  The board and administration will soon be meeting to start outlining a plan for summer activities, summer school and the start of the 2020-21 school year.


We will continue school lunch services through the extended school closure and will proceed right into the summer lunch program as in the past.


Once again, thank you for your patience, understanding, and flexibility during this unprecedented time. We will get through this together. Please continue to stay safe, practice social distancing, and remain at home as much as possible.




Brad Breon, Superintendent

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