On Wednesday Spanish IV was able to resume the annual end-of-the-year tradition by having lunch at Rancho Viejo. They did a great job ordering in Spanish!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
 On Wednesday Spanish IV was able to resume the annual end-of-the-year tradition by having lunch at Rancho Viejo. They did a great job ordering in Spanish!
Summer Meal Sign Up for the Month of June is here: https://forms.gle/rW4AJSivByuy5W1K8 If you Wish to participate in the summer meal program that is running this June, please sign up through the attached link. Please see there are three pick up locations this year due to federal guidelines.
almost 2 years ago, Brad Schmitt
Good luck tonight to our track teams competing in districts at Osage! The meet will start at 4 pm. Go Chickasaws!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (3rd period)! Mr. Manson, Mr. Cantu, and Mrs. Lechtenberg had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (3rd period)! Mr. Manson, Mr. Cantu, and Mrs. Lechtenberg had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (3rd period)! Mr. Manson, Mr. Cantu, and Mrs. Lechtenberg had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (3rd period)! Mr. Manson, Mr. Cantu, and Mrs. Lechtenberg had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (4th period)! Mrs. Maas, Mr. Kyle Oxendine, and Mr. Schmitt had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (4th period)! Mrs. Maas, Mr. Kyle Oxendine, and Mr. Schmitt had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (4th period)! Mrs. Maas, Mr. Kyle Oxendine, and Mr. Schmitt had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
Thank you to our Beef Slider Judges for Foods II (4th period)! Mrs. Maas, Mr. Kyle Oxendine, and Mr. Schmitt had a scoring rubric and judged the student groups on: taste, appearance, and unique ingredient combination.
Special thank you to Jessica Rochford, Outreach Coordinator through the Chickasaw and Howard County Farm Bureau, who devoted her time to promote agriculture through the Ag in the Classroom program. The first graders enjoyed having her and learned so much this year!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Special thank you to Jessica Rochford, Outreach Coordinator through the Chickasaw and Howard County Farm Bureau, who devoted her time to promote agriculture through the Ag in the Classroom program. The first graders enjoyed having her and learned so much this year! Thank you, Jessica!
More K’Nex inventions by 5th graders in intervention today!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
More K’Nex inventions by 5th graders in intervention today!
The 4 year old Preschool students became "Boxitects!" Students worked in teams to plan, create, and redesign their large cardboard box structures! We had everything from a rainbow to a crazy chicken coop created! It was great to see their vision come to life and all of the learning that happened along the way https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AHWF-tYtbHo5678OHLVdv89gU4l4vnFB/view?usp=sharing
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Happy Nurse Week To Our Two District Nurses! Please Thank Nurse Jamie and Nurse Linda, for taking care of our students!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Happy Nurse Week To Our Two District Nurses!  Please Thank Nurse Jamie and Nurse Linda, for taking care of our students!
District Track Admission (Important Fan Information): $6 for Everyone Kindergarten and older - ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED THROUGH THE IHSAA/IGHSAU and HOMETOWN TICKETING https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/ NO CASH SALES AT THE GATE Good luck to the girls & boys in Osage Thursday!
almost 2 years ago, Erica Schmitt
The 4th graders visited the Landfill of North Iowa in Clear Lake on Friday May 6th. Here the students learned about what can be recycled, thrown away, and what can be used for compost. They learned about how to dispose of hazardous materials and took a tour of the current operating landfill to see where garbage actually goes! We ended the trip with a friendly competition to see which class packed the most trash and the most recyclables. Mr. Pagel's homeroom packed the most trash while Mrs. Schwickerath's packed the least! Miss Ross and Mrs. Schwickerath were tied for the most recyclables!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
The 4th graders visited the Landfill of North Iowa in Clear Lake on Friday May 6th. Here the students learned about what can be recycled, thrown away, and what can be used for compost. They learned about how to dispose of hazardous materials and took a tour of the current operating landfill to see where garbage actually goes! We ended the trip with a friendly competition to see which class packed the most trash and the most recyclables. Mr. Pagel's homeroom packed the most trash while Mrs. Schwickerath's packed the least! Miss Ross and Mrs. Schwickerath were tied for the most recyclables!
The 4th graders visited the Landfill of North Iowa in Clear Lake on Friday May 6th. Here the students learned about what can be recycled, thrown away, and what can be used for compost. They learned about how to dispose of hazardous materials and took a tour of the current operating landfill to see where garbage actually goes! We ended the trip with a friendly competition to see which class packed the most trash and the most recyclables. Mr. Pagel's homeroom packed the most trash while Mrs. Schwickerath's packed the least! Miss Ross and Mrs. Schwickerath were tied for the most recyclables!
The 4th graders visited the Landfill of North Iowa in Clear Lake on Friday May 6th. Here the students learned about what can be recycled, thrown away, and what can be used for compost. They learned about how to dispose of hazardous materials and took a tour of the current operating landfill to see where garbage actually goes! We ended the trip with a friendly competition to see which class packed the most trash and the most recyclables. Mr. Pagel's homeroom packed the most trash while Mrs. Schwickerath's packed the least! Miss Ross and Mrs. Schwickerath were tied for the most recyclables!
The 4th graders visited the Landfill of North Iowa in Clear Lake on Friday May 6th. Here the students learned about what can be recycled, thrown away, and what can be used for compost. They learned about how to dispose of hazardous materials and took a tour of the current operating landfill to see where garbage actually goes! We ended the trip with a friendly competition to see which class packed the most trash and the most recyclables. Mr. Pagel's homeroom packed the most trash while Mrs. Schwickerath's packed the least! Miss Ross and Mrs. Schwickerath were tied for the most recyclables!
March was National Literacy Month, and as an extra challenge, Miss Ross gave the 4th grade class who read the most pages during the month of March a new book to keep! Congratulations to Mrs. Schwickerath's homeroom- they read a total of 15,992 pages in the month of March! Way to go 4C!!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
March was National Literacy Month, and as an extra challenge, Miss Ross gave the 4th grade  class who read the most pages during the month of March a new book to keep! Congratulations to Mrs. Schwickerath's homeroom- they read a total of 15,992 pages in the month of March! Way to go 4C!!
Bus #12 is running behind schedule this afternoon.
almost 2 years ago, Christy Roethler
NH FFA Members left at 6:00 to participate in the Gold Buckle Horse and Livestock Judging Event in Ottumwa this morning. Great day to watch students do what they love. Results later.
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
NH FFA Members left at 6:00 to participate in the Gold Buckle Horse and Livestock Judging Event in Ottomwa this morning. Great day to watch students do what they love. Results later.
NH FFA Members left at 6:00 to participate in the Gold Buckle Horse and Livestock Judging Event in Ottomwa this morning. Great day to watch students do what they love. Results later.
NH FFA Members left at 6:00 to participate in the Gold Buckle Horse and Livestock Judging Event in Ottomwa this morning. Great day to watch students do what they love. Results later.
On April 29th, 4th graders from New Hampton Elementary and St. Joe's participated in the Chickasaw TRIBE Track Meet. Students participated in single lap races, two lap races, and a team relay. Students also participated in the Tug-of-War against teams and even high school students! Many thanks go out to the sponsors (listed below) and the volunteers who help make this event run smoothly and so much fun for the students! Winners received prizes from American Solutions for Business: 1 lap race winners: Gracie Rahlf and Bryan Rayo Jiron 2 lap race winners: Jet Lester and Aspyn Anderson Relay race winners: Brody Orthaus, Caden Burns, Alex Sabelka, and Klair Meyer Tug-of-War Champions: the Black team! Way to go 4th graders! Sponsors: Kennedy & Kennedy Law Office TriMark Omega Principal Financial Ryan Rausch Rochford Insurance Agency Vern Laures Auto Center CWC Kahn Tile Security State Bank Fidelity Bank & Trust Luana Savings Bank Bank Iowa First Citizens Bank Boeding, Speltz & Wernimont Dentistry New Hampton Dental Associates American Solutions for Business Underwood Farms Dungey’s Furniture & Flooring
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
On April 29th, 4th graders from New Hampton Elementary and St. Joe's participated in the Chickasaw TRIBE Track Meet. Students participated in single lap races, two lap races, and a team relay. Students also participated in the Tug-of-War against teams and even high school students! Many thanks go out to the sponsors (listed below) and the volunteers who help make this event run smoothly and so much fun for the students! Winners received prizes from American Solutions for Business:  1 lap race winners: Gracie Rahlf and Bryan Rayo Jiron 2 lap race winners: Jet Lester and Aspyn Anderson Relay race winners: Brody Orthaus, Caden Burns, Alex Sabelka, and Klair Meyer Tug-of-War Champions: the Black team!   Way to go 4th graders!   Sponsors: Kennedy & Kennedy Law Office TriMark Omega Principal Financial Ryan Rausch Rochford Insurance Agency  Vern Laures Auto Center  CWC Kahn Tile  Security State Bank Fidelity Bank & Trust Luana Savings Bank Bank Iowa First Citizens Bank Boeding, Speltz & Wernimont Dentistry New Hampton Dental Associates American Solutions for Business Underwood Farms  Dungey’s Furniture & Flooring
On April 29th, 4th graders from New Hampton Elementary and St. Joe's participated in the Chickasaw TRIBE Track Meet. Students participated in single lap races, two lap races, and a team relay. Students also participated in the Tug-of-War against teams and even high school students! Many thanks go out to the sponsors (listed below) and the volunteers who help make this event run smoothly and so much fun for the students! Winners received prizes from American Solutions for Business:  1 lap race winners: Gracie Rahlf and Bryan Rayo Jiron 2 lap race winners: Jet Lester and Aspyn Anderson Relay race winners: Brody Orthaus, Caden Burns, Alex Sabelka, and Klair Meyer Tug-of-War Champions: the Black team!   Way to go 4th graders!   Sponsors: Kennedy & Kennedy Law Office TriMark Omega Principal Financial Ryan Rausch Rochford Insurance Agency  Vern Laures Auto Center  CWC Kahn Tile  Security State Bank Fidelity Bank & Trust Luana Savings Bank Bank Iowa First Citizens Bank Boeding, Speltz & Wernimont Dentistry New Hampton Dental Associates American Solutions for Business Underwood Farms  Dungey’s Furniture & Flooring
On April 29th, 4th graders from New Hampton Elementary and St. Joe's participated in the Chickasaw TRIBE Track Meet. Students participated in single lap races, two lap races, and a team relay. Students also participated in the Tug-of-War against teams and even high school students! Many thanks go out to the sponsors (listed below) and the volunteers who help make this event run smoothly and so much fun for the students! Winners received prizes from American Solutions for Business:  1 lap race winners: Gracie Rahlf and Bryan Rayo Jiron 2 lap race winners: Jet Lester and Aspyn Anderson Relay race winners: Brody Orthaus, Caden Burns, Alex Sabelka, and Klair Meyer Tug-of-War Champions: the Black team!   Way to go 4th graders!   Sponsors: Kennedy & Kennedy Law Office TriMark Omega Principal Financial Ryan Rausch Rochford Insurance Agency  Vern Laures Auto Center  CWC Kahn Tile  Security State Bank Fidelity Bank & Trust Luana Savings Bank Bank Iowa First Citizens Bank Boeding, Speltz & Wernimont Dentistry New Hampton Dental Associates American Solutions for Business Underwood Farms  Dungey’s Furniture & Flooring
On April 29th, 4th graders from New Hampton Elementary and St. Joe's participated in the Chickasaw TRIBE Track Meet. Students participated in single lap races, two lap races, and a team relay. Students also participated in the Tug-of-War against teams and even high school students! Many thanks go out to the sponsors (listed below) and the volunteers who help make this event run smoothly and so much fun for the students! Winners received prizes from American Solutions for Business:  1 lap race winners: Gracie Rahlf and Bryan Rayo Jiron 2 lap race winners: Jet Lester and Aspyn Anderson Relay race winners: Brody Orthaus, Caden Burns, Alex Sabelka, and Klair Meyer Tug-of-War Champions: the Black team!   Way to go 4th graders!   Sponsors: Kennedy & Kennedy Law Office TriMark Omega Principal Financial Ryan Rausch Rochford Insurance Agency  Vern Laures Auto Center  CWC Kahn Tile  Security State Bank Fidelity Bank & Trust Luana Savings Bank Bank Iowa First Citizens Bank Boeding, Speltz & Wernimont Dentistry New Hampton Dental Associates American Solutions for Business Underwood Farms  Dungey’s Furniture & Flooring
Great performance tonight students under the direction of Ms. Verburg and Mrs. Cantu. Thanks to all that attended.
almost 2 years ago, Brad Schmitt
Chior
Band
Band
Students in 5th grade intervention were able to recreate this hot air balloon using K’Nex, cooperation, and skill!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Students in 5th grade intervention were able to recreate this hot air balloon using K’Nex, cooperation, and skill!
One of our eggs has a pip. That means one of the chicks is hatching. 🐣 I can also hear chirping. Feel free to stop by our room Monday morning and take a 👀. So exciting! 🐥
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
One of our eggs has a pip.  That means one of the chicks is hatching.  🐣  I can also hear chirping. Feel free to stop by our room Monday morning and take a 👀. So exciting! 🐥
One of our eggs has a pip.  That means one of the chicks is hatching.  🐣  I can also hear chirping. Feel free to stop by our room Monday morning and take a 👀. So exciting! 🐥
Good luck to the girls golf team at their conference tournament in Waukon. The meet will start at 10 am. Go Chickasaws!
almost 2 years ago, Kyle Hennessy
Some more photos from 8th grade Ditch clean The students found some wildlife while picking up trash...a snake and mouse.
almost 2 years ago, Brad Schmitt
snake
mouse