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2021-22 School Supplies

Published on July 13, 2021

Click on the link(s) below to see what supplies you will need for this coming school year. Last updated: July 19, 2021 High School | Middle School | Jefferson Intermediate | Madison Elementary | Lincoln Elementary

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Summer Grab-and-Go Meals

Published on May 28, 2021

Parents/Guardians of Pella Community Schools: Grab & Go Meals will be available this summer to all students 18 and under! These meals are free of charge and will consist of 5 breakfast meals and 5 lunches per student. They will be distributed at Jefferson Intermediate (801 E. 13th Street) through the north driveway. Pick up […]

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Mrs. Dixson is Leighton State Bank 2021 Teacher of the Year!

Published on May 5, 2021

Congratulations to Cindy Dixson, 3rd Grade teacher at Lincoln Elementary, on receiving the Leighton State Bank 2021 Teacher of the Year Award! Nominations for this award praised Mrs. Dixson’s ability to find creative ways to engage students in the classroom. They also highlighted the time she spends outside of school attending her students’ events and […]

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Mr. Ebeling Receives Award

Published on April 7, 2021

Congratulations to Superintendent Greg Ebeling on receiving the  2021 Iowa Bandmasters Association Outstanding Administrator Award! The Iowa Bandmasters Association annually selects three administrators who are nominated by their band director to receive this award; one is selected at the Middle School, High School, and Superintendent levels. These administrators exhibit leadership traits that support the growth […]

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ISASP testing April 5-9

Published on March 30, 2021

The state of Iowa requires that the Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) be given to every student in grades 3-11 during the fourth quarter of this year. Pella Community Schools will administer the ISASP tests during the week of April 5-9: April 5 – Science test for grades 5,8, and 10 April 6 […]

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Lincoln Elementary Receives PBIS Recognition

Published on March 9, 2021

The Iowa Department of Education has awarded schools statewide for their work on implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS).  Lincoln Elementary is one of 19 Iowa schools awarded the Honor Plus. Honor Plus is awarded to schools that are implementing universal features with fidelity.  Additionally, classroom systems and family/community involvement are included in their […]

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Operation Christmas Joy!

Published on January 15, 2021

   This holiday season, Staff Sergeants stationed in Eastern Africa were gifted with personal messages from students at Lincoln Elementary. Each class was assigned one of the five Air Force Air Traffic Controllers and given the opportunity to create cards and drawings. The Staff Sergeants received individually addressed envelopes containing well wishes and happy holiday […]

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New Quarantine Guidelines – Dec 8, 2020

Published on December 8, 2020

The CDC, Iowa Department of Public Health and Marion County Public Health have updated their COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. The updates include more options for families to consider when their child has been deemed a close contact and is required to quarantine from school. We have revised our district quarantine policy to reflect these guidelines: 14 […]

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Parent COVID Questions from SIAC

Published on December 2, 2020

During November’s meeting of the School Improvement Advisory Council (SIAC), parents who serve on the council participated in a Q & A session with building principals and administrators.  The following are FAQ’s from that meeting: Q: If there is a need for one building to shift learning plans, can the other buildings continue with on-site […]

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Student Safety

Published on November 9, 2020

The safety of our students and staff is a high priority for all of us at Pella Community Schools. Safety includes many areas: building security, inclement weather, physical and mental health, bullying and harassment. One area of safety that tends to remain silent is sexual abuse. Victims often don’t feel safe in speaking out about […]

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