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  • Palette of Possibility
    There once were three colors: Yellow, blue and red.

    Yellow painted light. Blue painted water. And Red painted play.

    And together, they painted … a Palette of Possibility.
  • February 17, 2017

    The Carroll School Board and teachers, represented by the Carroll Education Association, came to an agreement on a two-year contract at 12:15 p.m. Thursday just hours before the Iowa Legislature cut public employees’ bargaining rights.
  • Sewing for a cause
    Dedication and perseverance.
  • Kuemper Foundation elects new chairman
    Dave Bruner has been elected as the 2017 Kuemper Catholic School Foundation Chairman.
  • A day trip to Athens
    While early February sun was melting the remaining snow and ice on the ground in Carroll last Friday, the seventh-graders in Lyndi Steger’s ancient civilizations class were inspecting the Acropolis before heading over for more sightseeing at the Parthenon.
  • One year ago Ar-We-Va administrators, school board members, parents and students were at a crossroad.
  • Plants feeding fish feeding plants
    In a greenhouse warmed by the sun on a chilly day, four Glidden-Ralston seniors debate as one holds a drill.
  • Jeff Kruse, a school superintendent who oversees three western Iowa districts, has resigned his roles at South Central Calhoun and Laurens-Marathon in favor of less travel and his home district, Ar-We-Va.
  • UNI president: ‘I’m just a kid from Iowa’
    The new University of Northern Iowa president blends a rural Iowa sensibility with an academic powerhouse of a resume.
  • Tattoos & Kindess
    When Carroll High School freshmen Bennett Sievers and Alexa Waldhoff stood up to face their peers Monday morning, they had no idea what to expect.
  • Kuemper 5th-graders become professionals for a day
    Kuemper Catholic Schools fifth-graders last month took on roles as bankers, restaurant managers, construction workers, doctors, and much more. 
  • Schools get rare late-start, early-out day
    The snow kept Carroll students from starting school on time Wednesday morning.
  • National School Choice Week began Monday in Iowa and across the country.
  • The Carroll School Board received initial contract proposals from the Carroll Education Support Association and the Carroll Education Association at its regular meeting Monday evening.
  • Former coach didn’t likely steal from Kuemper
    A former Kuemper High School boys basketball coach might have pocketed thousands of dollars of sports donations and registration fees while he helmed a Des Moines team, according to a state audit report this week.
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