Activities Update
The Fall Activities Honors Night scheduled for Nov. 4 on the school calendar has been cancelled.  Each individual sport/activity (football, cross country, volleyball, and football cheer leading) will be in charge of honoring their student-athletes for the season.  

This will allow parents, athletes, and coaches to go more in depth with their discussion about the season, as well as their honoring of the students.

Coaches will contact parents with further information. 

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  • Elementary Students of the Month 1st Row: Jack Edmonds, Noah Haynes, Parker Zima, Kacy Miller, Addison Halverson & Jamie Domer2nd Row: Carly Miller, Emma Collison, Landon Hanson, Carter Struble & Emma Black3rd Row:  Rosara Reicks, Addie Brown, Jake Miller, JJ Lander, Cole Halverson & Carter NicholsNot Shown: Peter AlexanderThank you to Dan's Pizza for the pizza and Miller's Kitchen for providing the pop and venue.
    Posted Oct 30, 2014, 11:41 AM by Connor Aden
  • Congratulations Middle School D.R.E.A.M. Students Picture L-R - Yasmin Nelson, Ashlee Swearingen, and Dylan Collison.Congratulations to our weekly incentive winners through the West Monona Middle School D.R.E.A.M. program focused on improving student behavior.  Winners this week were Yasmin Nelson, Ashlee Swearingen, and Dylan Collison.  Students are eligible for the drawing on Friday’s by receiving a "Braden Buck" that is earned for exhibiting behavior that is aligned with student expectations in the middle school.
    Posted Oct 28, 2014, 7:23 AM by Connor Aden
  • Spartan Spanish Spartan Spanish students have spent the month of October combining their normal grammar and vocabulary studies with a few cultural enrichment activities. Our classroom was filled with the sounds of cumbia rhythms performed by Selena y los Dinos as we learned about the life of the late Tejano performer Selena Quintanilla-Perez. We will end the month by celebrating el Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. This holiday, which is a national holiday in Mexico, is a day for us to celebrate the lives of our friends and relatives who have passed away. Students will bring in food to share, watch an informational video, and create their own calavera (skull, which is a primary symbol of this ...
    Posted Oct 27, 2014, 7:28 AM by Connor Aden
  • 2014 Junior High Football Season The 7th grade football season was very successful and finished with a 4-1-1 record. Their only loss came to 4A Sioux City North.  The Spartans out scored their opponents 130-56 and punted the ball only 6 times all year!  Defensively they shut out Anthon Otto Maple Valley, Westwood and LeMars Gehlen. In 6 games they only allowed 10 first downs. The 8th graders had a tough season finishing 0-6.  Success is not measured in wins and losses alone. The young men fought hard and improved daily on their skills. Injuries was a contributing factor in which we had to shorten two of our earlier games.The most successful part of the season was the sharing of ...
    Posted Oct 23, 2014, 11:14 AM by Connor Aden
  • Students of the Week Students of the Week Oct 14-18                                              L-R - Madison Haynes, Sarah Kepner, & Lexi Lander    Congratulations to the West Monona Middle School Students of the Week.  These students represented the DREAM expectations of West Monona Middle School over the past two weeks.Students of the Week Oct 7-11                            L-R - Leighla Gray, Courtney Davis, & Nathan Carrigan
    Posted Oct 22, 2014, 11:39 AM by Connor Aden
  • West Monona Elementary Celebrates Literacy Week             Reading is a sport for everyone! West Monona Elementary students enjoyed a week of literacy and fun during October 6-10.  The week started with a pep rally with high school students telling about their favorite childhood books and the 7th/8th grade band playing the school song. The teachers decorated their classroom doors with a variety of sports. Grades 3, 4, and 5 went to the Onawa Public Library during the week. We had Community readers in many of the classrooms. We walked a kilometer on Wednesday around the elementary building as part of Iowa’s Healthiest Walk and to promote healthy minds and bodies.    Author, Ryan Sloth, visited with grades K-5 on Thursday afternoon and the parents ...
    Posted Oct 16, 2014, 11:47 AM by Connor Aden
  • Letterman Jackets Ordering Info A representative from Classic Sportswear will be here this week on Tuesday, October 14th and also on Friday, October 17th to do fittings for letter jackets, to place orders, and answer questions.  West Monona letters, name, graduation year and all pathces are included in one low price.  We have a really great group discount through Friday, October 17th so don't delay!!
    Posted Oct 13, 2014, 9:37 AM by Kristopher Lyons
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