It has been decided by administration that the weekly letter will now to a MONTHLY Newsletter. If there is any upcoming information though-out the month, reminder emails will be sent. Also check out this page for updates, along with lunch and activity calendars.
Something Different from the Kitchen
Our Cook and Food Service Director Ellen Vance now purchases vegetables and milk from local sources! We are eating salads and other veggies from Canoe Creek, Humble Hands and Patchwork Green farms in Winneshiek County. Our breakfast, lunch and snack-time milk comes from Homestead Dairy in Waukon, and our yogurt is from Country View Dairy in Hawkeye. Soon we will be eating apples from Peake's orchard.
On Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018, local engineer, Dale Kittleson, taught 6th graders how to use their knowledge of structures, forces, gravity, loads, and friction to build a special little domed hut out of the natural willow that grows in NE Iowa. It took only about an hour and a half to plan and build the willow house located in the North Winneshiek garden. Sixth graders will be inviting younger grades for tours of their structure.
First Day Welcomes
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Story Hour at the Mabel Public Library begins this Saturday, Sept. 15th and is open to all Prek-6th grade students!
Time: 9:30-10:30 am each Saturday that the Library is open!
Words on Wellness
This month's newsletter from Iowa State University Extension features advice on reducing food waste at home. W.O.W. also includes information on avoiding food allergens and on the mental health benefits of physical activity. The recipe of the month is Confetti Rice and Bean Salad.
This fitness, nutrition and safety newsletter is available as a pdf download, via Twitter or sent directly to your email. Find all these options at:
The results for the Special School Election held in Winneshiek County on February 6, 2018 concluded that North Winneshiek and Decorah School Districts will combine at the end of the 2018-19 school year.
Special Events for the final year of the NW District are in the works. If you would like to be involved, please contact the school main office.
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.