North Cedar News

One of the benefits of a small school district is that we can immerse ourselves in our community of learners. Get to know the movers and shakers in the North Cedar Community School District! Our News page is chock full of student and staff praise, helpful tips, and information about what’s new in the district.

Homecoming Week At North Cedar Senior High School

Homecoming week at North Cedar Senior High School was a huge success. Please enjoy these photos of our fun-filled week.

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Homecoming Week at Lowden Elementary

Four students in cowboy attire pose near a treeWe had a fun-filled homecoming week at Lowden Elementary. Each day of the week had a special theme and we encouraged students to take part in the fun. Be sure and check out the photos and share in the memories of homecoming week.

  • Monster University Monday
  • Tweedledee and Tweedledum Tuesday
  • Western Wednesday
  • Aloha for Hawaiian Thursday
  • Spirit Day Friday
Homecoming Celebration

How did you start your Homecoming Friday morning? Here at Lowden Elementary we started with a dance party and being greeted by the football players. What could be better? We hope you all have as great of a Friday as we are. Go Knights! Check out this great video.

Teacher of the Week

Congratulations to our very own North Cedar Elementary teacher, Brenda Hayes! Nominated by Joy Leeper, Ms. Hayes won teacher of the week in the 98.1 KHAK radio contest. We are very proud of you, Ms. Hayes. For more details, please feel free to check out the 98.1 KHAK announcement

Way to go, Karly

Mrs. Koch is proud to announce that Karly Cerda has successfully passed the Microsoft Office 2016 Word Specialist Exam. This gives her the right to include this certification on her resume, as it is a business industry exam, not a high school exam. Congratulations, Karly!

student holding an award
Summer Reading Celebration

Students sit on a blanket and eat ice cream togetherThirty-one Lowden Elementary School students returned their summer reading sheets at the beginning of the year. There was a wide variety of books read over the summer. To treat those students for reading there was an ice cream sundae party and an audio book about ice cream soup. It was a fun time for all. Thanks to everyone for reading this summer. Keep reading throughout the year!

Officer Tim

Officer Tim read a book to the 25 Mechanicsville students who turned in their summer reading sheet. They were also treated to ice cream sundaes!

Officer Tim poses with students
First Grade is Great!

Mrs. Weber's first grade class enjoyed the first day of school. Students were all smiles and eager to get learning.

Four students color at their desks with book bins at their side