Linn-Mar Community School District
2999 N. Tenth Street, Marion, IA 52302
Phone: (319) 447-3000

 
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Friday, September 30, 2016

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High School Homecoming Week All Day
  Linn-Mar
Westfield Rain Date All Day
  STRIDE FOR PRIDE
Westfield PRIDE DAY! All Day
  Wear Westfield clothing or Linn-Mar colors.
Echo Hill PTO Fall Fun Run 8:45 AM
High School Homecoming Pep Rally 2:55 PM
  Linn-Mar @ Linn-Mar High School Pep Rally from 2:55pm-3:30pm
High School Football: Sophomore 5:00 PM
  Linn-Mar vs. Kennedy @ Linn-Mar High School Homecoming Game
Indian Creek PTO PRIDE Event 5:30 PM
  *** CANCELLED *** 5:30 PM PTO Sponsored PRIDE Event ~Watch for more details to come.
High School Football: Varsity 7:15 PM
  Linn-Mar vs. Kennedy @ Linn-Mar High School Homecoming Game

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Indian Creek Elementary Named One of the Best in the Nation

L-M Girls Swim Team Show Their True Color

2016 Linn-Mar Homecoming Celebration

The Roald Dahl Splendiferous Showdown Comes to Westfield

Highlights of the Sept 26th Board of Education Meeting

LMHS Seniors Named Commended Students in National Program

LMHS Girls Soccer Team Honored for 'Kickin' Cancer' Campaign

LMHS Volleyball to Help Raise Funds for Cancer Research

LMHS Opens New College Career Center

Westfield Students Discover the U of I Mobile Museum

Linn-Mar Chosen to Host State Large Group Speech Event

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 Indian Creek Elementary Named One of the Best in the Nation
 

Indian Creek Elementary School gathered for a surprise announcement at an assembly this afternoon. Everyone was asked to wear blue today for the occasion.

At the assembly, a special announcement was delivered to the school administrators and then announced by Associate Superintendent Shannon Bisgard, Indian Creek Principal Marilee McConnell, former Indian Creek Principal Tina March and Director of Elementary Teaching and Learning Kelly Kretschmar.

The announcement was from U.S. Secretary of Education, John B. King, Jr., and announced that today, Indian Creek Elementary has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School. Indian Creek is one among 279 public and 50 private schools to receive this honor. In addition, Indian Creek Elementary is among only five Iowa schools to win this year's award.

Schools are nominated for the award by the state department of education, and then complete a comprehensive application about school practices. Schools may apply for status as Exemplary High Performing -- among the top schools in a state -- or Exemplary Achievement Gap Closing -- schools making the fastest progress in their state in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

The school will be represented at a two-day awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. to celebrate their hard-won achievements.

Congratulations to all students, teachers and staff of Indian Creek Elementary for your monumental achievement!!!


 L-M Girls Swim Team Show Their True Color
 

The LMHS girls swim team participated in a meet hosted by the Washington Warriors Tuesday, September 27.

It was senior night for the Warriors, which made the event very special for their entire team. One of the team's seniors, Glenna Houtz, is currently battling leukemia.

In an amazing and beautiful display of sportsmanship, every L-M swimmer and coach came on deck sporting an orange leukemia awareness ribbon. Then, after all the Washington Warrior seniors were introduced, the seniors from the Lions walked around the pool deck and presented Glenna with a bouquet of orange flowers.

Glenna, her parents, and sister were very touched by such a display of kindness.

A representative from Washington High School said, "thank you to your swimmers for being such caring individuals, and thank you to you and your coaches for fostering an attitude of sportsmanship among your athletes."

The LMHS girls swim team is an inspiration to us all, this is truly Linn-Mar Lions at their finest.


 2016 Linn-Mar Homecoming Celebration
 

The Linn-Mar Community School District promotes a safe environment and encourages positive behavior during Homecoming events and activities.

The Homecoming parade is Thursday, September 29th at 5:15 PM. The staging area for the parade is in the south parking lot at the High School. The parade will follow its traditional route from the High School. It will travel north on 10th Street, west on Barrington Parkway, south on 3rd Street, east on 29th Avenue, and then return to the High School.

Coronation of the Homecoming King and Queen will follow the parade. It will take place at approximately 6:15 PM at the Linn-Mar Stadium. The junior/senior girls' powderpuff game will follow at the Stadium at approximately 7:00 PM.

Members of the 2016 Homecoming Court include: Front: Nathan Nowzari, Olivia Sourwine, Niharika Annira, Lydia Anderson, Joshua Gassmann, Cassidy Burns, Noah Wick. Back: Nick House, Jared Zieser, Elli Hartzler, Kate McInroy, Noah Martin.

The Homecoming football game against Cedar Rapids Kennedy is Friday, September 30th. The sophomore game will start at 5:00 PM with varsity immediately following. The High School Tailgate Tour 2016 will broadcast the event live after school at Door #10.

The Homecoming dance is Saturday, October 1st from 8:00-11:00 PM in the High School main gym.

High School Principal Jeff Gustason asks for your support in keeping with the Linn-Mar tradition of a safe, appropriate, and fun Homecoming celebration. Additional Information... more


 The Roald Dahl Splendiferous Showdown Comes to Westfield
 

This month marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of author Roald Dahl. To mark the anniversary, the Roald Dahl Splendiferous Showdown is stopping by schools across the country, including Westfield.

The students eagerly took part in a "game show" to test their knowledge of Mr. Dahl's award winning books, including Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Witches and James and the Giant Peach.

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