HS Students: Don't forget tomorrow is a Day B day for in person. We will continue the sequence for the rest of the week!
5th Grade Band Students, There is an optional band zoom tonight (9/21). Sign up for your 15 minute time slot to meet with a representative from West Music or Rieman Music between 4:00pm and 7:00pm. Visit the website: bit.ly/nhbandinfo for more information about reserving your time.
Reminder: No School Monday, September 21st for Professional Development of staff, enjoy the weekend.
Elementary playground incident: Today around 11am there was a parent who accidentally put their car in drive vs reverse and drove into part of the playground fence. No children nor the individual were injured and we are repairing the fence. Please email Mrs. Lansing if you have further questions.
Reminder: No school Monday the 21st due to teachers' work day.
Good luck to the varsity football team tonight at North Fayette Valley.!! The game will start at 7 pm. Go Chickasaws!!
High school students: You have the opportunity to attend the largest college career fair in Iowa (virtually) this Sunday from 1-3pm. This is a great chance to explore career options, learn more about specific colleges, make connections, and begin to make informed decisions about your future. It's also FREE! Go to the link directly below to register ahead of time: https://www.icansucceed.org/golden-circle-college-and-career-fair Check out all of the colleges/universities that have signed up so far: https://www.icansucceed.org/golden-circle-college-and-career-fair/participating-exhibitors-gccf If you have any questions, please contact the high school counselor, Mrs. Maas.
HS Parents and Students: Here is another link to the Coronation from last Thursday. It was created by several students on the Student Senate and Ms. Nelson. Thanks for your efforts! https://youtu.be/dq4Ew2VrVfU
HS students- Starting today, we will have all students leave the school on Hamilton and not drive north out of the parking lot. Thank you for your help.
This Saturday, September 19th, the 9th grade volleyball team will play at 9:00 a.m. in Mason City. JV will play at Lake Mills at 9:00 a.m.
We are working on an internet outage outside our school. Please try to join us for your classes at your scheduled times. You may not be able to connect. Work on activities in Google Classroom and Schoology.
Manufacturing class has been busy from the start of the year. From tool id, to measuring, to welding! #NHtribe https://twitter.com/chickasaw_manuf/status/1305928875952701443?s=20
It feels so good to be back in the shop working with kids!!! #NHTribe https://twitter.com/chickasaw_manuf/status/1305905928726863872?s=20
Good luck to the volleyball team tonight at home vs. Crestwood. Volleyball starts at 5 p.m. Go Chickasaws!!
Good luck to the cross-country team vs. Osage at Mitchell Co. Park!! Go Chickasaws!!
The freshman football game at North Fayette Valley this Friday (9/18) has been cancelled. The varsity football game will start at 7:00 p.m.
When calling for transportation/bus changes please either contact your bus driver or dial 641-394-2134 extension 5. School offices do not open until 7:30 however transportation office will have someone there earlier to answer phones, thank you for your cooperation.
Please note the HS Hybrid Days Schedule change for next week. We need to see students every other day in person to make our PE class sequence work. We will evaluate if we need to make a model change 9/25. Group A Days- 14, 16, 18, 23, 25 Group B Days- 15, 17, 22, 24
USDA to Temporarily Provide Free Breakfast and Lunch for all New Hampton Community School District Students. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/916622/Meals_Letter.pdf
With rain expected all afternoon, we are planning to play the 9th grade game on the field behind the stadium. Please bring lawn chairs for seating. Thank you.
Reminder about tonights game: We need to have everyone in our stadium practicing social distancing to help keep our community and students safe by being able to offer our activities. We have had several new cases in our community this week. Guidelines: - Sit in family units that at 6' apart - Spectators are asked to wear a mask to help reduce community spread -If you don't feel well, stay home -If you are quarantined, you must stay home *A person you may sit with at the game could come down with COVID in the future and being around them closer than 6' for 15 minutes with or without a mask would result in a person needing to quarantine for 14 days. Please be cognizant of others and help slow down the spread.
Here is a great video of our Homecoming Court offering advise to other students! We are proud out you and you represent the Chickasaw Way! https://youtu.be/z6fxmbxb3Rg
Good luck to the football team tonight at home vs. Waukon. Freshman game starts at 4:45. Varsity at 7:30. Good luck to the 9th & JV volleyball teams tomorrow at home. Volleyball starts at 9:00 a.m.
Congratulations to 2020 Homecoming: Queen- Claire Quirk King- Jacob Reicks
Meet the Homecoming Court 2020! Join us at 7:00 pm on Facebook Live to see the Coronation of this year's King and Queen. A video recap will be released next week if you are not able to see on Facebook Live. https://youtu.be/gEIC8JGTHL8
Please jin us live tonight at 7:00 pm for the Coronation of our Homecoming King and Queen on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/NewHamptonCommunitySchools/posts/3503194339698827
Parents and students: Are you wanting to learn more about career and college planning? Understanding the financial aid process? The ICAN (Iowa College Access Network) is hosting virtual presentations for Chickasaw County students and their families on these topics. Be sure to take advantage of this FREE opportunity! Career and College Planning September 17th at 5:30pm **Ideal for sophomores and juniors and their parents Topics will include: -Career exploration and assessment -Academic preparation and requirements -Admission process and requirements -College selection and campus visits -Application process -Understanding costs -Scholarships -Successful transitions Zoom link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/1015990704624/WN_7jb7ekEkS8mNprTJRlZwcQ Understanding the Financial Aid Process September 17th at 6:30pm **Geared towards seniors and their parents Topics will include: -FAFSA application review -Understanding FAFSA results -Financial aid options -Scholarships process -Understanding costs- college comparisons Zoom link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/2415990703848/WN_vOVBQbIbS6yZvcET-MJf-A
No Junior High Cross County practice tonight.
Due to the weather, there are no Junior High Football Practice tonight.
HS JV Football Game Canceled for tonight. No Junior High Football Practice Tonight.
Now more than ever, it is SO important we be there for one another and take steps to prevent suicide. Whether you have struggled with suicide yourself or lost a loved one, know that you are not alone! Reach out to your school counselor, a friend, or loved one if you're struggling or know someone who is struggling. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK. Crisis Text Line Text TALK to 741741. #NHtribe
HS Activities/Athletics will continue in our Hybrid model. Students will not be allowed in the building until practice time or when a team leaves. We will need to continue to wear masks and social distance to limit the risk of our activities having to quarantine both inside and outside. That means everyone needs to maintain 6' distance between another person! Going to a distance learning model for the high school for all students would result in all activities and athletics needing to be shut down. Let's do our part to help reduce the chances of that happening!
Attention HS Parents and Students: Beginning on Tuesday, September 8th, the HS building will be switching to Hybrid Model. Students with last names A-L will attend in person on September 8th. The rest of the students will attend class virtually that day. Students with last names M-Z will attend class in person September 9th. Please see the linked letter for more details. t.ly/bDY7
The New Hampton School District was notified today about two positive cases of COVID-19 at the high school. If it impacts your child, you should have already received a phone call or will receive one shortly. Please see this document for more information. https://5il.co/ko0f
Tonight's Freshmen Football game at Iowa Fall's has been canceled at this time.
Homecoming 2020 Events: Thursday 9/10- King & Queen Coronation at 7pm. This is a ticketed event, and only court family members will be present. *This will be livestreamed on our NHCSD Facebook page, and recorded and put together at a higher quality video after the event. Court Video- will be released before the coronation. Friday 9/11- During halftime of the game- we will recognize the candidates and parents, community support and King and Queen. The dance team and band will also perform.
Homecoming 2020 Dress up Days: Dress up days: Theme- We’re all in this together! (from High School Musical) Each dress up day is based on a song from HSM- Tuesday- Get’cha head in the game- Jersey Day- wear your favorite jersey (any!) Wednesday- Fabulous- Pink/White Out Thursday- Stick to the status quo- Country vs. country club (fancy clothes) Friday- We’re all in this together- Chickasaw gear day
With adjustments for safety - bell covers, social distancing and masks - marching band continues with full spirit! #NHtribe https://twitter.com/kkayserkemp/status/1301157514671775745?s=20
Amanda Kleespies Prepares her 3rd graders, in the classroom and distance learners, for their next task. Dennis Pagel, 4th grade math teacher, also uses technology to address the needs of students in the classroom & those that are distance learning. #NHtribe https://twitter.com/kkayserkemp/status/1300620269967601665?s=20
Reminder on Friday, September 4th New Hampton Community Schools will dismiss 1 hour early for the holiday weekend. Dismissal time for elementary is 2:18 for bus kids and town kids to follow. Thanks everyone and enjoy the long weekend. No School Monday, September 7th: Labor Day
Elementary dress up days for Homecoming: Sept 8th-11th https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N1Sy_bLms7YBLaRoENU_mBCvNisYg070L11dtD6urq8/edit?usp=sharing
Part of our district's Return to Learn plan was creating a Community Resource Document for families and staff in need of assistance. This document can be found by: 1. Going to the school website 2. Clicking 'Menu' 3. Selecting the drop-down menu for whatever school you're associated with 4. Clicking on 'Community Resources' We hope this document points families in the right direction for receiving the assistance they need during this unprecedented time! Families can reach out to the school counselor in their respective building with any concerns. Mrs. McAvoy- Elementary School Mrs. Miller- Middle School Mrs. Maas- High School https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11EAJP6o4cDAhUqRJJGUdElu-X5plRP0ug7At3RZRMm8/edit?usp=sharing
Students in Mr Rude’s social studies classes started their journey in oratory this week. They are learning about the Podium Points and the Rhetorical Triangle as they participate in the Fords Theater National Oratory Fellowship that Mr. Rude has been a involved with for the past three years. The students made three sentence speeches, and then crafted them into short arguments for topics of their choosing. Topics ranged from lunch food, dogs vs. cats, and everything in between.
Good luck to the JV football team tonight in Charles City starting at 6:00 p.m. Go Chickasaws!!
Tonight is Senior Recognition Night between games for Football, Cheerleaders, Band, and Cross Country. Parents please be at the north gate at 6:45 to get lined up. We will be announcing around 7:10. We will also recognize our Tri-athletes at halftime of the varsity game! Go Chickasaws!!
Dear NH Elementary Family, This has been a fabulous week here at school! So amazing to see the kids again! I know it was a great first week for our students, teachers and staff too. Teachers spent time building community in each classroom, procedures and processes were practiced and in place (and practiced again!). The kids seem to pick up on everything just like they never missed a beat. Thank you to members of our Health and Safety Team and Elementary Return to Learn plan committee for having most details ready for us to go. Thank you to all of the moms/dads/guardians for all your support in coming back this week; we couldn’t do these things for our students without your aid and flexibility! Just a few of the comments I’ve heard from teachers and staff this week: – “This week far exceeded my expectations. I love it here!” – “These are amazing students. What a blessing they are!” – “I’m having so much fun with my students. They are hard working and awesome!” – “The upbeat energy and positive vibe in the school is great!” – “Today was such a wonderful day!” (This was said every day!) You can be confident that your children are in the best and safest of care. Have a wonderful weekend and good luck to our HS football team tonight and a nice win to our VB team last night. Looking forward to celebrating senior parent night with my youngest son as he approaches his last year of high school, time flies by that is for sure. Yours truly, Mrs. Lansing - Elementary Principal
MS/HS Pick-up I wanted to send a reminder as we have had cars backing up traffic or even stopping on the road. Please do not do this as this causes an issue for all involved. Students not riding the bus will not be released from school until the buses have left campus. Our goal is to have buses departing for the elementary playground around 3:15. Please do not arrive any earlier than this, if you do come early do not enter the loading zone, please use ASH Drive across from the school and wait to drive through to pick your student up after buses have departed. Thank you for helping with this issue and keeping everyone safe!
We are having a Senior Night and Tri-Athlete Recognition at football game vs. Charles City at Home. First of all, The 9th Football game will start at 4:45pm. Following later on, The Varsity Football game will start at 7:30pm. Football, Cross Country, and Cheerleaders will be introduced before the game. At halftime, the Tri-Athlete students will be introduced.
Senior parent night for volleyball will be Tuesday, September 15th.
Elementary parents/students : can't wait to see everyone Monday! Some simple guidelines and procedures to keep everyone safe are attached! Office opens at 7:30- 4pm. School hours 8:15-3:18. Bus students dismiss first and then all town kids to playground. Please remember to mask up for drop off and pickup. This week Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday dismissal at 1:18. See everyone soon! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sofNZacTT5ag0pHHeuNGUiuICORDOyZ3Al0SPLh_tDs/edit?usp=sharing
MS Students, Remember for Monday: Your "screw top" water bottle, only the bottle filling stations will be available . 5th and 6th grade just a reminder to enter through the side ramp door and 7th/8th please use main doors. Those masks are needed for the first day as well. We Can't wait to see you guys. Mr. Schmitt
Senior Night and Tri-Athlete Recognition will be August 28th at the Charles City vs. New Hampton Football game. Football, Cross Country, and Cheerleaders will be introduced before the game. At halftime, the Tri-Athlete students will be introduced.
We are having a football scrimmage!! Tonight will start with 9th Football: Scrimmage vs. Decorah @ Home at 5:30pm. Varsity Football: Scrimmage will follow at 6:30pm.
Hello students, We are so excited to have you back and we wanted to share will you some of the things that may look different this year. We will cover these expectations during your first day back as I come around and explain the why. Please remember to have your mask the first day when you arrive, you will see me smiling through my eyes with mine on as I'm excited to see you and start the school year. Expectations/Procedures Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fOFxdWfuy4cuBymp2ygNfuiwKy-FCR1pZl9LcynLvlE/edit?usp=sharing
HS Parents and Students: This is a video that will be shared with students on the first day talking about our changes due to Covid and our daily schedule. All schedules in Powerschool are based on an 8 period day. First session will be classes during periods 1,3,6,7. College classes will also begin on the first day of school. Please have students bring a charged Chromebook if they still have theirs from over the summer. Breakfast will be served to students on the first day and are asked to report there upon entering the building and following protocols. t.ly/PHYF
Exciting News for the Elementary and Ms. Good classroom! Welcome Pickle! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oZ_NFUtHy8Ir3PuMVujAXkUGyoUWagNv827_gY0pBc4/edit?usp=sharing
High School First Day: Parents and Students- Due to all of the changes this year with Covid, we will not be having a Freshman Orientation. We will be covering all important information with students on the first day as well as releasing an overview video later this week of the changes in the high school. Please note- all students will be required to wear a mask to enter the bus and the building. Students will be given a mask as they enter. Students will be entering by the upper entrance and the lower lobby on the first day. No students are to enter the Activities entrance. Hand sanitizer is to be used upon entrance and at the conclusion of all classes. A list of homeroom teachers will be posted at the entrances where students are to immediately report for the start of the day. At that time, students will get Chromebooks and a printed copy of their schedule. We will discuss our new expectations for student and staff safety and the changes to our schedules from previous years. Please note that students will be: -carrying bags and not to use lockers - Using screw top water bottles - Eating only during designated lunch time (Food is not to be consumed in class or the hallway)
In five days, school is ready to start. The teachers have been working hard preparing for the first day. A couple of reminders: If you're planning to take advantage of our distance learning program this year, you must notify the building office where your child would attend by August 20th so we can adequately prepare. Also, if you haven't completed registration yet, please do so as soon as possible.
Any High School student interested in Driver's Ed this fall, please complete the following form and turn into the office. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BERv8YqR4O4IJVXL6nxNx_Q9PAv6GDZdT9L-feKnNC4/edit?usp=sharing
To keep our students and fans safe please be aware and follow our guidelines for attending all New Hampton Athletic Events: 1. It is required that everyone attending indoor activities wears a mask. 2. It is strongly encouraged that everyone attending outdoor activities wears a mask. 3. We will be sitting in every other row of seats to promote social distancing. 4. Do not sit in rows that have colored tape on the end seat. 5. For student sections, we ask that the students follow the every other row regulation and also sit by grade levels. 6. Please sit with people you live with or already spend time together. 7. Please be respectful of others and their beliefs and feelings. 8. By working together and following a few guidelines we hope to make this a safe experience for everyone. 9. Thank you for supporting our students.
HS Students: We are SO excited to have you all back with us as we start the 20-21 school year. We wanted to give you a heads up and let you know that the absolute last day to make schedule changes this year will be Wednesday, August 26th. No exceptions. Typically, you have about a week to 'try your schedule out' and make changes as needed, but because the schedule looks different this year, you won't have as many days once the school year starts to make changes. Please take a look at your schedule if you haven't already done so and let Mrs. Maas know what/if any changes need to be made. If you're having issues viewing your schedule or understanding how your schedule is going to work this year, please reach out!
COVID-19 Bus Guidelines https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iI3UWPkbzPm4LJ470IkYNkWpUjBdMDKvEF7I22rMTPY/edit?usp=sharing
Student Log in for NICC: Earlier post today showed when classes will begin. All NICC classes will meet the entire semester. Format may change as our HS class schedule changes. Students will meet according to information released by NICC teachers. Below is information that was mailed out to students enrolled on 8-13-20: All high school students planning to take classes through NICC whether you are enrolled in a course at your high school, online, or on campus will be receiving a Welcome Packet in the mail. This packet will provide your unique username and explain step by step how to activate and access your NICC Student Account. You will need access to the following systems: MyCampus, NICC Gmail, and Brightspace. Your Gmail will be your firstname.lastname@example.org How to Login to NICC Accounts for the First Time Go to mycampus.nicc.edu and click sign in Click Forgot Password The system will send you to a new single sign-on page. Put your NICC username (your NICC email without the @nicc.edu) in the Username box, select Reset Forgotten Password and click Continue. A random password will be sent to the email address you provided on your online registration along with instructions on how to rest your password. *Reach out to the Helpdesk if you need technical assistance (login, password reset, etc.) Phone 844-642-2338, ext. 555 (8 AM to 5 PM Monday – Friday) Email (email@example.com) A single sign-on window will pop up. This video also provides step by step guidance on how to login into your NICC Accounts for the first time: https://youtu.be/RPv-cFbkwak Any other questions or concerns please reach out to Mrs. Maas or your NICC coach, Holly O’Brien.
Parents: Don’t forget to register your kids for school that begins on Aug 24th! We can’t wait to see you!
All high school students planning to enroll in NICC concurrent enrollment coursework for the fall semester please remember to complete the online registration form (www.nicc.edu/hspreg) if you have not already done so. You can not be registered with NICC and gain access to course material until this is completed. If you are planning to take online PICC coursework and have not completed the PICC registration form (www.nicc.edu/piccreg), please complete it as soon as possible and let Mrs Maas and Ms. O'Brien know when the form has been submitted. Classes begin in person on Aug 24th for some students from 8-9. See attached image for locations and times. All high school students planning to enroll in NICC concurrent enrollment coursework for the fall semester please remember to complete the online registration form (www.nicc.edu/hspreg) if you have not already done so. You can not be registered with NICC and gain access to course material until this is completed. If you are planning to take online PICC coursework and have not completed the PICC registration form (www.nicc.edu/piccreg), please complete it as soon as possible and let Mrs Maas and Ms. O'Brien know when the form has been submitted. Some classes begin in person on Aug 24th from 8-9. See below image.
Students enrolled in Bio 168: Anatomy and Physiology I : This course will be offered in a HYBRID fashion throughout the full semester. During the 1st quarter (Aug. 24-Oct. 23), class will be entirely ONLINE while during 2nd quarter (Oct. 26-Jan. 15), class will be as scheduled during 4th period (Block 2) in a FACE TO FACE format. During the ONLINE portion, class materials will largely be delivered to you through Schoology, however, it will be important that you stop in on the first day of school to be issued your corresponding textbook from Mrs. Leistikow!!
Reminder to all Elementary families: 8/13 We are at school tonight until 6:30pm to drop off school supplies and devices from last school year. 8/14 Tomorrow from 7:30-3:30. Thank you for your cooperation!
Meet Patricia ten Hoeve who will be teaching 8th grade English/Language Arts. t.ly/6dDe
Meet Jordan Rommes as our new K-8 Physical Education teacher! t.ly/IjuB
Meet Stephanie Holtz who is our Title I reading program teacher. t.ly/cisO
Updated Information for HS Students and Parents: We are looking forward to the new school year with all of the challenges. It is great to begin to see students back on campus beginning fall sports today. Please read the letter about many of the changes at the high school for this year and how we are going to work to keep everyone safe and learning! https://docs.google.com/document/d/12HA1-xBjDyRhY_atbU844eTlygfUb8ZKIWpTcqoz7ew/edit?usp=sharing
The first day of practice for all JH sports will be Thursday, August 27th after school. #NHtribe
Any track & field or cheerleaders who have school issued uniforms/warm-ups from March should plan to bring those to the activities office on the first day of school. #NHtribe
2020 Iowa FFA Horse Evaluation Champions New Hampton FFA HS and MS!! High School Team members: Reserve Champion Individual, Champion Halter Class Individual-Sarah Eiler, 5th Place Individual-Quinten Reicks, and Kyle Havlik. The Team also won the Problem Solving section. Middle School Champion Team members: Champion Individual-Tori Bearman, other members Grace Maloy, Taylor Shekleton. I am very proud of these 6 FFA members for stepping up, becoming involved and trusting that with a little work good things could happen. A special thanks to Alexis Wertz for putting together a workout for the teams to cover information. #NHtribe
Be sure to check out the district's COVID-19 page for information related to our Return to Learn plan. https://www.new-hampton.k12.ia.us/o/nhcsd/page/covid-19-information--145
HS Students: Please begin checking your classes in PowerSchool. Any changes that need to be done, please contact Mrs. Maas (Stewart). Student will be taking periods 1,3,6,7 for the first 9 weeks daily and periods 2,4,5,8 the last 9 weeks of the semester. More information will be coming later about school format and the learning model we will use on Aug 24th based on local data.
HS Band Students/Parents: Please see the note attached regarding the cancellation of our preseason camp Aug 3-6. We are offering lessons in place of this. Sign up at https://bit.ly/nhbandlessons - We look forward to seeing you soon!
Congratulations to the Chickasaws on their victory over Sumner Fredericksburg 10 to 0. They will play North Linn Tuesday night in Waverly.
Good Luck to the Chickasaws as they take on Sumner-Fredericksburg tonight in New Hampton. A reminder that there is no concession stand and it will be a hot one. You may want to bring water to stay hydrated during the game. Go Chickasaws!
The New Hampton Community School District is working on plans for returning to learning this fall, and we need your feedback! Please complete this short survey so we can understand your family’s needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please complete the survey by Wednesday, July 15. Surveys should be completed by Wednesday, July 15. Link: t.ly/zjoG
Varsity Baseball and Softball games will be played first tonight with JV to follow weather permitting.
Today is the first day of the Baseball and Softball season !! 06/15 10:00am JJV DH Softball vs. Waverly-Shell Rock @ Mikkelson Park 06/15 5:30pm Varsity Softball vs. Waverly-Shell Rock @ Waverly-Shell Rock HS
Parents: Please click on the Technology Survey to plan for next year and to assess the needs of families within our district. Direct link: http://bit.ly/iowatechsurvey District Letter: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UZChmU_bzfOLyYSql6u4Ujq1iu8znJWZYqHfdr8ZXVQ/edit?usp=sharing
Preview of New Hampton High School graduation Congratulations to our 2020 seniors!! https://youtu.be/KaDWyO5mryg
Part of the PBL process is expanding your understanding and learning skills specific to a project. In October our 7th graders embarked on a PBL project about the September 11th attacks. One of the resources they used to kick off the project was a video piece called The Man in the Red Bandana. The students determined that it would be helpful to talk with the author of such a powerful video. We reached out to Tom Rinaldi with ESPN to see if he would join us. He graciously accepted...except fall wasn't going to work well due to his commitments during the college football season. So with our impromptu distance learning opportunity, we decided to revisit the idea and May 5th was the day we were able to have him join us. Mr. Rinaldi provided the students with what amounted to be a very interactive and interesting journalism 101 lesson. Tom gave the students a few tips, with the first one being "Listen". He pointed out that the interview is happening to hear from the subject, so listen to what they have to say and then be curious. He also spoke about using open ended questions and not being presumptive, reminded the students that we are hear to listen to what our interviewee has to say. Mr. Rinaldi did an outstanding job of giving basic pointers about interviewing while modeling them for the students by asking them questions, and then follow up questions. At least four of our students can now say that they've been interviewed by an ESPN reporter! We thank Mr. Tom Rinaldi for his time, as well as Derek Volner, who handles PR requests for their time in both setting up the session and conducting it.
On Monday May 4th there will be 150 more! New Hampton students, come get a free lilac bush donated from the Chickasaw County Soil and Water Conservation District and Morris Landscaping tomorrow on the Elementary Playground from 11:30-12:30! Thank you for the donation and looking forward to seeing pictures of families planting these around Chickasaw County! Planting a bush will help students develop an appreciation for one of our most important natural resources.
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