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News Archive for October 2023

Duchess Staff Wins Yearbook of the Year

Published on October 31, 2023

Congratulations to the Duchess staff who won Yearbook of the Year in their class and 23 individual awards for writing, design, and photography!   “I’m so proud of not only our classes that contributed to this yearbook, but our last year’s editors.  Without them this book wouldn’t be the yearbook of the year.  I can’t […]

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Jefferson Newsletter

Published on October 30, 2023

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Mrs. Suzi Jones Selected as Iowa’s Theatre Educator of the Year

Published on October 23, 2023

One of Pella High School’s teachers has been recognized by the Iowa High School Speech Association as their Theatre Educator of the Year. Executive Director of the IHSSA, Stacy Hansen, presented Mrs. Suzi Jones with the award and was quick to point out how important her work has been in Pella and beyond. “When the […]

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Second Graders Learn from Local Police Lieutenant

Published on October 17, 2023

Second Graders in Ms. Hoerter’s second grade class at Madison School recently received a special visit during Writing class. The students were working on an expository essay to teach Madison preschoolers about the many ways police officers are community helpers. Lieutenant Reed Kious, from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, visited the second graders and taught them about various ways […]

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High School Newsletters

Published on October 6, 2023

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The Career Academy of Pella hosts Work-Based Learning Event

Published on October 5, 2023

The Career Academy of Pella hosted an Open House on Wednesday, October 4th, showcasing the new Advanced Manufacturing lab.  Local business and industry leaders, as well as State of Iowa officials, interacted with Pella High students who demonstrated the new high tech equipment.     Click here to see KNIA-KRLS coverage of the event.

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