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Education

  • Students learn through language experiences at Inman

    The "language experience approach" is a wonderful way to get all students eager to talk, read and write. It begins with a shared class experience, such as a walk to the park  or decorating ghost cookies.

  • FCCLA hosts Diaper Drive

    The FCCLA is sponsoring a Diaper Drive from Dec. 5-9 at Stanton Community Schools.

    Bring packages of diapers to the school offices or send them to school with students to give to their teachers.

    The diapers will benefit women and children at the Lydia House, a program organized by the Open Door Mission in Omaha which provides food, shelter, clothing, basic needs and lifestyle improvement classes to women and their families in need of emergency assistance.

  • Area Students perform in BVU Concert Choir

    Four Montgomery County students recently performed as members of the Buena Vista University Concert Choir for the Fall Major Works Concert.

    The choir performed Haydn's Little Organ Mass as well as a variety of other selections. Students performing from the area were:

    Arik Ostler, of Red Oak. Ostler is a freshman majoring in computer science.

    Sadie Quist, of Red Oak. Quist is a senior majoring in communications and performance studies/corporate communications.     

  • Elwood graduates from law enforcement academy

    Nate Elwood, of Stanton, recently graduated from the Regional Law Enforcement Training Academy of Western Iowa Tech Community College (WITCC) in Sioux City and is currently serving as an officer with the Red Oak Police Department.

    He is a graduate of Indian Hills Community College.

    The graduation ceremony, which took place at WITCC Nov. 5, was attended by advisory council members and local dignitaries, as well as family and friends of graduating officers.

    Guest speaker was Michael Quinn, Assistant Director of the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy.

  • Bochmann inducted into Students in Mass Media

    Students in Mass Media (SIMM), an honor society in communications, recently inducted nine new members and elected officers at the University of Nebraska in Kearney.

    Aaron Bochmann, of Red Oak, was one of the new inductees.

    To be nominated for membership in the honor society, students must be a sophomore or above, maintain a 3.2 overall grade point average, be working toward a major or minor in a mass communications field and be a full-time student.

  • Red Oak ranks 1st in Iowa

    Red Oak Elementary Art is ranked first out of 92 schools in Iowa on the Artsonia website for artwork submitted.

    Artsonia is a student art gallery showcasing art projects from schools around the world.

    Red Oak ranked 60th in the nation among more than 3,200 schools at the time of this report. The overall state ranking for Red Oak is currently 14th and the kids want to see this improve.

  • Changing the way we see

    Our young students do best when shown an example of the work that is to be completed. Doing so can sometimes be a daunting task as most of the time I hear, “But I can't see!” Hopefully our days of frustration are over! Thanks to a wonderful webpage based program called Donors Choose, my kids will now be able to see my examples from a large projected picture!

  • Funderburk honored at ISU art and design show

    AMES -- Kyle Funderburk, of Red Oak, received honorable mention at the 32nd Art and Design Annual Juried Student Exhibition now on view in Gallery 181 at the Iowa State University College of Design.

    The exhibition, which ran through Friday, Dec. 2, showcased 63 creative artworks by 50 Iowa State students majoring in architecture, art and design, biological and pre-medical illustration (BPMI), design open, graphic design, integrated studio arts and interior design.

  • Inman Primary reenacts the first Thanksgiving feast
  • IBA hosts 2012 All-Iowa Middle School Eighth Grade Honor Band

    Each year the Iowa Bandmasters Association sponsors the All-Iowa Middle School Eighth Grade Honor Band.

    Membership in the statewide honor band is selected from the Eighth Grade Honor Bands of the six regional districts of IBA. Each district selects 22 students in a balanced instrumentation to represent their district at the All-Iowa Middle School Eighth Grade Honor Band. Then the honor band rehearses and performs at the Iowa Bandmasters Association Annual Conference each May at the Marriott Hotel in Des Moines.