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SN Parents As Teachers learn fire safety

Posted September 26, 2014 at 2:35 pm

Barnard volunteer firefighter Coby Wiederholt demonstrated the workings of a fire truck and the various equipment used by a firefighter when battling a fire to children and their parents involved in the South Nodaway Parents As Teachers program September 23. The children also learned fire safety tips to protect themselves in the case of an emergency.

    Nodaway-Holt BOE

    Nodaway-Holt

    The Nodaway-Holt School Board of Education met September 17 to address the following:

    After approving the minutes from the August 20 open and closed session meetings, the board reviewed the financial statement and the student activities and authorized the payment of the bills.

    Enrollment is 126 in the elementary and 101 in the junior/senior high school.

    Elementary Principal Rita Carroll updated

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    Jefferson BOE

    Jefferson

    The Jefferson School Board of Education met September 17 to address the following:

    After approving the meeting’s agenda, the board accepted the consent agenda which includes the minutes from the August meeting, bills for the month, budget comparison report and program evaluations for the month.

    Amy Holtman was present to explain upcoming changes with testing that affect the district as well as presented an overview of the Tri-Learn-a-thon program.

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    South Nodaway BOE

    South Nodaway

    The South Nodaway R-IV Board of Education met on September 17 to handle school district business:

    The board voted to add girls cross country to the athletic teams at South Nodaway for the 2015-16 school year. It works as a dual sport with girls being able to compete in softball and cross country, concurrently. This will allow SN to offer two each for girls and boys sports.

    Discussion

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    Marching band event sees county schools compete

     The Southwest Iowa Band Jamboree scheduled for Saturday, October 4 marks the 59th year for the festival and is sponsored by the Clarinda Chamber of Commerce, the Clarinda Community Schools and the City of Clarinda. Drawing 50 high school and middle school bands from Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska, more than 2,500 students plan to take part in the daylong festival. Nodaway County schools participating are Maryville, North Nodaway and South Nodaway.

    The parade begins at 9 am around

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