Certified enrollment is what provides new state money for school districts.
For once, Covid has been credited for a good thing. Financially, at least.
It could have been worse.
Iowa Falls-Alden High School isn’t getting a new gym, but it’s going to look like it did by the time several improvement projects are complete next year.
Finances in the Eldora-New Providence School District are healthy according to a report given by Superintendent Dr. Adam Zellmer Monday night.
Students in Iowa Falls-Alden High School’s ag programs regularly get hands-on experience growing crops in a plot at the back of the school's property, and they interact with visiting animals on special instruction days. But a purchase by the district’s school board will take those hands-on e…
Linda Saleh has been a substitute teacher in the Iowa Falls School District for five years, but she wanted some peace of mind before agreeing to return to the classroom this fall.
Fountains and prize rooms probably won’t make the final cut for design of a new Iowa Falls elementary school, but fifth-graders who participated in a special day-long school visioning project last week managed to seamlessly work them into their own blueprints.
The Eldora-New Providence and Hubbard-Radcliffe school boards each voted to reopen the gyms, fitness centers and weight rooms attached to their buildings to the communities at-large during a joint meeting on Tuesday.
The certified enrollment at Eldora-New Providence schools declined by almost 28 students (4.6 percent) this year and is down 8.8 percent over the last five years.
The Iowa Falls School Board decided two weeks ago that it wants to pursue building a new elementary school next to the high school on the north side of town. But even with that big decision made, the work is really just beginning.
At the beginning of the school year, Alden Elementary students could see some of the new additions to the playground area, but were unable to utilize them at the time.