On November 2, 2021 school patrons will have an opportunity to vote on two very important items impacting the future of Eldora-New Providence Community Schools. One vote will be to approve a new Revenue Purpose Statement to direct the district’s spending of state penny sales tax revenues on …
The Nov. 2 election will include an opportunity for voters within the AGWSR School District to approve renewal of the district’s Revenue Purpose Statement (RPS), as well as the renewal of the voter approved Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL).
Both the Hubbard-Radcliffe and Eldora-New Providence school districts lost enrollment again this year, prompting discussion about why and what could be done to reverse the trend.
AGWSR's Carmen Oelmann doesn't have the time and energy for vacation right now. The second-grade teacher spends too much time taking care of family for that, both of them.
Midnight doesn’t magically fill Easter baskets with candy, nor is she a participant in a magician’s magic show.
When Tyson Springer accepted the job as head coach for the Ellsworth Community College Panther wrestling team in April 2020, he had a lot of plans to put his stamp on the program. But he came in just as COVID clamped down on at least one of those ideas. Last week, he implemented it.
Local school officials say keeping buildings and classrooms staffed has become a challenge, mostly due to lack of substitutes.
The Iowa Falls School District, when faced with a negative balance - and possible closure - of a popular After School Program, went all in earlier this year. As of this fall, the program will become a certified child care center with the Iowa Department of Human Services (DHS). It’s a step t…
South Hardin schools are comprised of two districts, including four buildings in three separate towns. New Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment Sherri Walker's job is bring them all together.
The first day of October is the official count date for certified enrollment, and Alden Elementary's numbers are relatively stable.
Putting a new bus barn up in Radcliffe has turned into a saga. The on-again, off-again project was tabled in a cost-saving measure on an $8.4 million dollar construction project from 2014. It was brought up as a top want by the Hubbard-Radcliffe School Board again in 2018.
Agriculture is part of the fabric of Iowa Falls and Hardin County, and now it’s also part of the Scenic City’s art scene.