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  • In classrooms, STEM takes a variety of forms
    Lego robots. Wooden-block building projects. Colored paper squares that teach about algorithms. Sphero ball courses. Biomedical lab classes.
  • Carroll Community School District students have gained recognition for the improvements they’ve made since enactment of Iowa’s Early Literacy Law.
  • Cooking with the right Seuss
    Whether it was Spider-Man, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle or Elsa from “Frozen,” it was important to keep an eye out for all kinds of fantasy characters wandering the halls of Fairview Elementary as the school wrapped up Dr. Seuss Week on Friday.
  • Film aims to spur conversation about student debt
    Adam Carroll, father of three, will be the first to admit he doesn’t know what it’s like to have a baby.
  • 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. 
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