The 37th annual Friends of Kuemper Ball fundraising campaign for Kuemper Catholic School System kicked off last week unveiling the 2021 theme, “A Knight to Unite.”
Clarification: The Carroll School Board did not vote on a continued mask requirement but rather discussed the superintendent's recommendation to continue requiring them and agreed to revisit the subject in the future.
State lawmakers should give parents the option to send their children to school for full-time, in-person classes, Gov. Kim Reynolds said in her annual Condition of the State speech last week.
Des Moines Area Community College’s 12th annual Celebrate! Innovation (ciLive! 12) series will be held virtually Wednesday and Thursday, March 10 and 11, and will feature a diverse lineup of speakers.
Plans to build Lil’ Wildcat Education Center in Glidden to serve as many as 56 to 60 infants through 11-year-olds received a boost recently when the Iowa Women’s Foundation, in partnership with Casey’s, awarded $8,000 for the project.
In its almost-decade of existence, the Carroll High School Foundation has distributed more than $100,000 for events, projects and materials to students in the four buildings of the Carroll Community School District.
When invited to create unique Christmas trees from cardboard, IKM-Manning Middle School students rose to the challenge — with a veritable forest of festive trees as well as a few snowmen and reindeer.
Two Kuemper Catholic High School students — senior Kenna Soppe and junior Ayak Dut — captured the top two places in the Carroll County American Legion Oratorical Contest on the U.S. Constitution held at Des Moines Area Community College in Carroll.
Carroll Rotary Club recently delivered dictionaries to the more than 250 third-graders who attend Adams Elementary, Ar-We-Va, Glidden-Ralston and Kuemper Catholic Holy Spirit Center.
Shawn Wilkerson, a 2020 Greene County High School graduate, recently was awarded sponsorship and tuition assistance by Van Wall Equipment to attend Southeast Nebraska Community College in Milford, where he will work toward a John Deere ag technician degree.
STORM LAKE: Buena Vista University (BVU) and Fareway Stores, Inc. announce a Strategic Partnership, linking BVU and Fareway in a winning educational agreement that will assist Fareway employees in achieving their educational goals.
Ron and Jane (Tenhulzen) Olson, natives of Manilla and Denison, respectively, have funded a groundbreaking computer language scholarship designed to boost rural Iowa by connecting students surrounding Des Moines Area Community College’s Carroll and Perry campuses with modern technology skill…
Employees of a company called Sports Media Advertising are soliciting sponsorships from local businesses purportedly to support local schools, but Carroll Community Superintendent Casey Berlau warned today that it's a scam.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Kuemper Catholic School System refuses to give up efforts to help people living in one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere.
STORM LAKE: Cadets serving the Buena Vista University Army ROTC presented a Veterans Day display remembering a pair of former BVU students from the Carroll area who earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for heroic service in World War II.
McLaughlin Family Companies, a Scranton, Iowa-based, family-owned company with 12 different industry-leading product lines, has made a $75,000 donation to the Des Moines Area Community College Foundation to be used for the DMACC Carroll Campus expansion project.
The number of Carroll Community students in quarantine at home because of potential exposure to the coronavirus reached 134 this morning, the highest it's been in two months.
The number of Carroll Community School District students who have been required to quarantine at home has continued to increase, but school leaders are declining to reconsider a mask mandate that could help quell the rise.
LAKE CITY: When South Central Calhoun School opted to mandate mask-wearing for all students, it faced the challenge of having enough masks, particularly ones sized for the smaller students.
Silicon Valley Congressman Ro Khanna, the representative of one of the more economically muscular districts in the history of the nation, has introduced sweeping legislation — the 21st Century Jobs Package — aimed at bringing communities left out of digital and technical jobs and wealth grow…
When Patrick Rabbitt casts about for the words to describe what it’s like starting a job as an elementary principal in the midst of a global pandemic, he turns to analogies.
Change has been the name of the game since classes resumed for IKM-Manning students. Nearly everything students do has changed, but students are respecting the rules, adhering to the changes, and things are going well.
Carroll Community school board members said Monday they will consider requiring students and staff to wear masks inside school buildings if the number of coronavirus-infected or quarantined students spikes again.
As featured speaker and grand marshal for the Carroll High School homecoming festivities, Tim Hughes, who retired this year after a 38-year science-teaching career in Carroll, had a fun take on real versus not real. Hughes presented his pep talk via a video on the Carroll Athletic Field stad…
Appropriately, at Kuemper Catholic High School’s homecoming pep rally Friday afternoon, Oct. 2, John Steffes touted teamwork, which he said has been the key to a winning school year so far.
The Carroll School Board currently does not have plans to reconsider requiring face coverings in schools, School Board President Karen Friedlein said this week.
Des Moines Area Community College and Microsoft are teaming up to host a free Careers 4 Women in Technology virtual event to help share information and inspiration with young women who are interested in pursuing a career in technology. The event will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.…
Carroll High School homecoming celebration this week will feature coronation of king and queen, a parade, dress-up days, a jersey auction, varsity football game and more.
Fairview Elementary students were confined to their classrooms for an unspecified amount of time Monday morning because of an argument at a nearby apartment complex that reportedly involved firearms.
School administrators were unable to verify claims that South Central Calhoun football players called their opponents racial slurs in a game last week, the district announced this afternoon.
The Carroll Community schools superintendent asked parents on Tuesday to prepare their children to wear masks at school and to tell teachers that they expect their children to wear them.
Students will not be required to quarantine for 14 days after being in close contact with an infected fellow student if both were wearing face coverings when the potential exposure occurred, according to new guidelines state officials announced today.