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The Burgess Foundation and the Poinsettia Ball Committee would like to thank Chere Fox-O'Reilly and the West Monona art students for their artistic contribution to this year's Poinsettia Ball theme, "Kicking up Our Heels!".  The art will be displayed at this year's Holiday Brunch.

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Watch West Monona on the NFHS Network!
 
West Monona CSD is proud to announce that we have partnered with the NFHS Network and plan to broadcast our Spartan athletic events LIVE. That means that if you or family members can’t make it to the game, the live action can be watched from anywhere on your phone, tablet, computer or smart TV. As part of the partnership with the NFHS Network, they will return a part of each subscription sold back to West Monona! Joining the NFHS Network is easy, just follow these simple steps!
 
1. Go to NFHSnetwork.com
2. Enter West Monona in the search box
3. Click “Follow” so you can stay up to date on all upcoming Spartan broadcasted events
4. Click “Subscribe” for all subscription options for our school
 
Thank you for your continued support of Spartan athletics. We look forward to bringing you top notch broadcasts of our athletic events!

District News

West Monona Elementary wins prestigious award!!

West Monona Elementary wins prestigious award!! Featured Photo
Ms. Comes, At-risk teacher and Tier 2 & 3 internal coach along with Jessica Fox, Special Education and Tier 3 internal coach, presented at the 13th annual PBIS forum in Sioux City. They showed off all of the success our elementary school has had implementing and sustaining the PBIS system. They also received a prestigious award, which will be featured in the local paper very soon. Congratulations to West Monona Elementary staff and students for all of your hard work. GO SPARTAN STARS!

"POPS CONCERT"

The MS and HS Music Department annual spring "POPS" Concert has been rescheduled for Thursday, March 28th, starting at 7:00 p.m. It is free to the public to attend.