The students are learning how to play a guitar during music class.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
The students are learning how to play a guitar during music class.
The students are learning how to play a guitar during music class.
Middle schoolers have been making and color bookmarks to share with the elementary school students during makerspace time in the library.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Middle schoolers have been making and color bookmarks to share with the elementary school students during makerspace time in the library.
Congratulations to Lance who was accepted into the All American Choir again this year! He will be heading to Hawaii this coming summer to sing with students from all over the US.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Congratulations to Lance who was accepted into the All American Choir again this year! He will be heading to Hawaii this coming summer to sing with students from all over the US.
The Spanish III students are making a pilgrimage in the hallway to symbolize making El Camino de Santiago in Spain. This pilgrimage began more than 1000 years ago. People of many different belief groups make this pilgrimage each year for various reasons. During this unit we studied a particular set of vocabulary and a map of Spain.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
The Spanish III students are making a pilgrimage in the hallway to symbolize making El Camino de Santiago in Spain. This pilgrimage began more than 1000 years ago. People of many different belief groups make this pilgrimage each year for various reasons. During this unit we studied a particular set of vocabulary and a map of Spain.
The Spanish III students are making a pilgrimage in the hallway to symbolize making El Camino de Santiago in Spain. This pilgrimage began more than 1000 years ago. People of many different belief groups make this pilgrimage each year for various reasons. During this unit we studied a particular set of vocabulary and a map of Spain.
The Spanish III students are making a pilgrimage in the hallway to symbolize making El Camino de Santiago in Spain. This pilgrimage began more than 1000 years ago. People of many different belief groups make this pilgrimage each year for various reasons. During this unit we studied a particular set of vocabulary and a map of Spain.
The Spanish III students are making a pilgrimage in the hallway to symbolize making El Camino de Santiago in Spain. This pilgrimage began more than 1000 years ago. People of many different belief groups make this pilgrimage each year for various reasons. During this unit we studied a particular set of vocabulary and a map of Spain.
Here’s wishing our New Hampton families and community members best wishes over the holidays! New Hampton Elementary Staff
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Here’s wishing our New Hampton families and community members best wishes over the holidays! New Hampton Elementary Staff
Mrs. Throndson's intervention groups have been working on making holiday cards and ornaments. They wish to share them with the nursing home. Great job middle school!
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Mrs. Throndson's intervention groups have been working on making holiday cards and ornaments.  They wish to share them with the nursing home.  Great job middle school!
Foods I Classes are wrapping up their food lab experience by making Panini sandwiches on our Panini grills. These are Italian sandwiches that are toasted on each side at the same time. After each lab the students fill out a lab report explaining what they made, prep terms they performed, what they learned from the lab, and what, if anything, would they change. During Food Labs students use their problem solving skills, time management, team player, and leadership skills. A great way to learn with hands-on lessons that you get to eat your homework!
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Foods I Classes are wrapping up their food lab experience by making Panini sandwiches on our Panini grills. These are Italian sandwiches that are toasted on each side at the same time. After each lab the students fill out a lab report explaining what they made, prep terms they performed, what they learned from the lab, and what, if anything, would they change. During Food Labs students use their problem solving skills, time management, team player, and leadership skills. A great way to learn with hands-on lessons that you get to eat your homework!
Foods I Classes are wrapping up their food lab experience by making Panini sandwiches on our Panini grills. These are Italian sandwiches that are toasted on each side at the same time. After each lab the students fill out a lab report explaining what they made, prep terms they performed, what they learned from the lab, and what, if anything, would they change. During Food Labs students use their problem solving skills, time management, team player, and leadership skills. A great way to learn with hands-on lessons that you get to eat your homework!
Foods I Classes are wrapping up their food lab experience by making Panini sandwiches on our Panini grills. These are Italian sandwiches that are toasted on each side at the same time. After each lab the students fill out a lab report explaining what they made, prep terms they performed, what they learned from the lab, and what, if anything, would they change. During Food Labs students use their problem solving skills, time management, team player, and leadership skills. A great way to learn with hands-on lessons that you get to eat your homework!
7th grade FCS class was learning about "Farm to Fork" and why it is so important to eat locally and fresh food. The activity in the pictures are the students creating a web to show how the food chain is interconnected.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
7th grade FCS class was learning about "Farm to Fork" and why it is so important to eat locally and fresh food. The activity in the pictures are the students creating a web to show how the food chain is interconnected.
7th grade FCS class was learning about "Farm to Fork" and why it is so important to eat locally and fresh food. The activity in the pictures are the students creating a web to show how the food chain is interconnected.
7th grade FCS class was learning about "Farm to Fork" and why it is so important to eat locally and fresh food. The activity in the pictures are the students creating a web to show how the food chain is interconnected.
Fourth grade students are completing a variety of Light Labs to learn about light waves.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Fourth grade students are completing a variety of Light Labs to learn about light waves.  #NHtribe
Fourth grade students are completing a variety of Light Labs to learn about light waves.  #NHtribe
Fourth grade students are completing a variety of Light Labs to learn about light waves.  #NHtribe
Fourth grade students are completing a variety of Light Labs to learn about light waves.  #NHtribe
Good luck to the NH/TV wrestling teams tonight vs. multiple schools @ home! The wrestling meet will start at 6:15pm. Go Chickasaws!!
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Good luck to the 9th boys basketball teams tonight! They will play against Charles City at 6 pm at Charles City High School. Go Chickasaws!!
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
New Hampton Schools be two hours late on 12/16.
over 2 years ago, Matt Manson
Because of the anticipated high winds, New Hampton Schools will be dismissing 2 hours early today, December 15th.
over 2 years ago, New Hampton Community School District
The 3rd graders and their families created blankets for Project Linus. They were able to make 15 blankets for children who have been traumatized or sick this Holiday Season. The blankets will be given to children in Chickasaw County. We thank the family members for their donations of money, time, and support. Your acts of kindness will warm the hearts of many children.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
The 3rd graders and their families created blankets for Project Linus. They were able to make 15 blankets for children who have been traumatized or sick this Holiday Season. The blankets will be given to children in Chickasaw County. We thank the family members for their donations of money, time, and support. Your acts of kindness will warm the hearts of many children.
The 3rd graders and their families created blankets for Project Linus. They were able to make 15 blankets for children who have been traumatized or sick this Holiday Season. The blankets will be given to children in Chickasaw County. We thank the family members for their donations of money, time, and support. Your acts of kindness will warm the hearts of many children.
The 3rd graders and their families created blankets for Project Linus. They were able to make 15 blankets for children who have been traumatized or sick this Holiday Season. The blankets will be given to children in Chickasaw County. We thank the family members for their donations of money, time, and support. Your acts of kindness will warm the hearts of many children.
The 3rd graders and their families created blankets for Project Linus. They were able to make 15 blankets for children who have been traumatized or sick this Holiday Season. The blankets will be given to children in Chickasaw County. We thank the family members for their donations of money, time, and support. Your acts of kindness will warm the hearts of many children.
Second graders have been learning how people in other countries celebrate the holidays through a Social Studies unit called Holidays Around The World. Students discovered that the tradition of a Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) comes from Germany. Students in Mrs. Heeren’s class were given the challenge of creating a tool to use to build their Solo cup Tannenbaum. They were able to use three pipe cleaners, three rubber bands and four pieces of paper to make their tool. They were not able to touch the cups with their hands. All four groups did a great job working together.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Second graders have been learning how people in other countries celebrate the holidays through a Social Studies unit called Holidays Around The World. Students discovered that the tradition of a Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) comes from Germany. Students in Mrs. Heeren’s class were given the challenge of creating a tool to use to build their Solo cup Tannenbaum. They were able to use three pipe cleaners, three rubber bands and four pieces of paper to make their tool. They were not able to touch the cups with their hands. All four groups did a great job working together.
Second graders have been learning how people in other countries celebrate the holidays through a Social Studies unit called Holidays Around The World. Students discovered that the tradition of a Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) comes from Germany. Students in Mrs. Heeren’s class were given the challenge of creating a tool to use to build their Solo cup Tannenbaum. They were able to use three pipe cleaners, three rubber bands and four pieces of paper to make their tool. They were not able to touch the cups with their hands. All four groups did a great job working together.
Second graders have been learning how people in other countries celebrate the holidays through a Social Studies unit called Holidays Around The World. Students discovered that the tradition of a Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) comes from Germany. Students in Mrs. Heeren’s class were given the challenge of creating a tool to use to build their Solo cup Tannenbaum. They were able to use three pipe cleaners, three rubber bands and four pieces of paper to make their tool. They were not able to touch the cups with their hands. All four groups did a great job working together.
Second graders have been learning how people in other countries celebrate the holidays through a Social Studies unit called Holidays Around The World. Students discovered that the tradition of a Christmas tree (Tannenbaum) comes from Germany. Students in Mrs. Heeren’s class were given the challenge of creating a tool to use to build their Solo cup Tannenbaum. They were able to use three pipe cleaners, three rubber bands and four pieces of paper to make their tool. They were not able to touch the cups with their hands. All four groups did a great job working together.
If you are coming to tonight's contests, please check out the Bake Sale (Free Will Donation) put on by the Middle School Chickasaw Leadership Team. All proceeds will be donated will go to the All-Inclusive Park that will be going up in town. Thanks for your support.
over 2 years ago, Brad Schmitt
Bake Sale
NHCSD aid accepting Sealed Bids for the following vehicles: 2008 Chrysler Sebring Minimum Bid is $150 - 141,000+ miles - Broken A-Frame 2007 Chevy Impala Minimum Bid $500 - has a rear main seal leak - 162,000+ miles To set up a time to look at vehicles Please contact Norb @ 641-394-2134 /n_geerts@new-hampton.k12.ia.us Bid forms can be picked up in the superintendents office. All bids must be received in the superintendents office by 11am on the 24th of December.
over 2 years ago, Christy Roethler
Good luck to the New Hampton basketball teams tonight vs. Waukon @ home! The JV girls basketball game will start at 4:15pm. Go Chickasaws!!
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Carsyn Leistikow completing an activity exploring degrees and radians in Precalculus.
over 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Carsyn Leistikow completing an activity exploring degrees and radians in Precalculus.
We would love to have your family join us for our Learning Connection classes! Our first class is tomorrow night on ZOOM at 6:30 p.m. Send us a message if you're interested and we'll get you the link! Looking forward to seeing you in our zoom classroom!
over 2 years ago, Emily Steele
Learning Connection