North Winneshiek's visual art teacher Susan Heier publishes images of student works on Artsonia. You can order products that use your child's artwork: custom mousepads, t-shirts, greeting cards, mugs, and more! Profit from these sales are donated to the NW visual art program.
Family and friends can join the student's fan club and leave comments.
Congratulations to these two 5th grades who were picked as 2017 winners for their Old Creamery Theatre Writing Contest Stories: Jensen Korsness won 2nd place for her story Batter Clatter, Hewitt Heier won special recognition for his story The Two Crabs.
Hewitt's story has been chosen to be performed in this year's touring production in schools all over the state of Iowa.
North Winneshiek students take part in music classes each week. Concerts for vocal and instrumental music are held in Winter and Spring.
Fifth graders are invited to begin taking instrumental music lessons and become a part of the fifth grade band. Weekly lessons continue through middle school.
A Performance by NW Students
Check out this video My Kitty is So Cute with script written by Caden and Carlton...
Each year middle school students who are interested in doing a little acting in public can take part in a production of a play. The annual play is performed by middle schoolers and directed by Mrs. Pamela Dambek.
We present a traditional fairy tale, complete with a music, costumes and a moral, with the assistance of the Missoula Children's Theatre
in alternating years for students K-8.
Congrats to Alice Cast and Crew
Missoula Children's Theatre directors Ellen and Gabrielle were here with all the scripts, sets, costumes, music, sets, and makeup for the North Winn production of Alice in Wonderland
Performances were held March 17 and Saturday, March 18.
The residency is funded by ticket sales, donations and the North Winn Boosters activity fund. Thanks for your support!
The North Winneshiek Community School District does not discriminate in its education programs or educational activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, socio-economic status, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. The Affirmative Action Coordinator is Tim Dugger and can be reached at 563-735-5411.