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February 1 Early Dismissal at 1:30 for K-12 Professional Development....Join Superintendent Stender for Coffee with the Community Friday, February 6 at Vaughn's from 7:30-8:30 am.....

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Teacher Leadership Committee - Instructional Coaches

WHAT'S NEW!   ​District Instructional Leader Cindy Aldrich, supports the Early Literacy Program at Garfield Elementary by listening to first grade students read.  The entire TLC team is working hard on the literacy initiative at Garfield, helping with Daily Five stations, reading individually with students, and assisting with FAST testing.  We are anxious to see the FAST score improvement.   . . .

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Digital Presentations

Several students in Mrs. Johnson's class worked with Mrs. Cabeen in the media center on developing a digital presentation over the American Girl books they read. They enjoyed using the program "Storyboardthat" to create their presentations. 

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Dual Sport Participation Meeting

The Clarinda school district is holding an informational meeting for the public on Dual Sport Participation on January 31 st  at 6:00 PM in the High School Media Center.  The school district is considering dual sport participation that would allow students in grades 7-12 to participate in dual sports beginning the fall of 2017.  This would include all sports, and activities.  Mr. Wedemeyer will be presenting the . . .

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FFA

ExperienceStateWeekPR17.docx   Brokaw FFA members participating in the Experience State Week program in Ankeny on January 13 included, front row, left to right: Leah Spade, National FFA Eastern Region Vice President Ashley Willits, Abbie Guthrie, Paige Sunderman, Sadie Graham, Tate Hughes, Dagen Price, Jordan Van Gundy, Morgan Rope, Kenzie Shackelford, and National FFA Secretary Victoria Harris. Second row, left to . . .

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Geography Bee Finals Held

For the 29th year, the National Geographic Society is holding the National Geographic Bee for students in the fourth through eighth grades in thousands of schools across the United States and in the five U.S. territories, as well as in Department of Defense Dependents Schools around the world.  The champion, Kale Downey, of the Clarinda Middle School Nat Geo Bee will advance to the next level of competition, a qualifying test to . . .

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