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NLHS students gathered for a pep assembly today. Lots of exciting things are happening between classroom activities, cross country runners headed to state, esports making it to state, football making the state playoffs, a student making all-state band, and the volleyball team headed to a regional final tonight! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Tigers! Grrrrrrrrr! Thank you for all the work and time you put into becoming winners!

Congrats to all the Tigers!

Roar 🐯 Tigers!

Go Tigers

Mrs. Denney's Real World Investigations/Science Innovations students are making batteries with coins and pickle juice to explore the science behind how batteries work and spark brainstorming for their first innovation projects. ... See MoreSee Less

Way to go Alex!

#NLTigerPrideCongratulations to Alex Hedgecock for being selected to the 2020 Iowa High School Music Association's All-State Band. Alex is a senior at New London where she has played the trombone for eight years. She also studies privately with Laura Westfall. Alex is the daughter of Jack and Heidi Hedgecock of New London. Due to Covid restrictions, there will not be an all-state concert this year but the accepted All-Staters will receive the coveted bumper stickers and the medal awarded to all-staters. For her audition, Alex submitted a video of an excerpt from a solo, two etudes, all twelve major scales and her chromatic scale. Only 1% of all Iowa high-school musicians (band, choir and orchestra) are selected for All-State each year. Only three New London students have ever been selected to All-State in the history of music at New London. What an accomplishment, Alex! We are so proud of you!
(Disclaimer - The photo below is Alex at SEIBA honor band auditions in January of 2020)
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Way to go Alex!

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What a tremendous honor you have accomplished!! Congratulations, Alex!!

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Miss Holdaway’s 7th grade TAG class doing their independent projects! They are getting ready to make dream catchers in the hopes of creating restful, peaceful nights! ... See MoreSee Less

Miss Holdaway’s 6th grade TAG class are building a model of a baiji dolphin. They are using the model of the whale for a science experiment using elephant toothpaste. It was a great experience to watch them delegate, converse, and make their own decisions! ... See MoreSee Less

We are proud to partner with the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center for our Fall Blood Drive next Wednesday, November 4, 2020! Donations are being taken from 7:30-12:30, but an appointment IS necessary this year (no walk-ins). We have the most appointments left in the 9, 10, and 11:00 hours; the early hours are full at this time. Please sign up through your donor portal or contact Jennifer.Campbell@nlcsd.org or at the school at 319-367-0500. 16-year-olds and up can donate! #NLTigerPride #donateblood #savelives ... See MoreSee Less

We are proud to partner with the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center for our Fall Blood Drive next Wednesday, November 4, 2020! Donations are being taken from 7:30-12:30, but an appointment IS necessary this year (no walk-ins). We have the most appointments left in the 9, 10, and 11:00 hours; the early hours are full at this time. Please sign up through your donor portal or contact Jennifer.Campbell@nlcsd.org or at the school at 319-367-0500. 16-year-olds and up can donate! #NLTigerPride #DonateBlood #SaveLives

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Boys and Girls Cross Country teams are both headed to State!

The Boys team placed 1st at Williamsburg and the Girls team placed 3rd. They will be running next weekend in Fort Dodge for a chance to bring a state championship home!

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Congratulations Tigers!

Congratulations

Be sure to follow New London Performing Arts and plan to attend this year's Fall Play, "Clockwork." #NLTigerPrideMark your calendars! This year’s play, “Clockwork,” is one you won't want to miss! Ticket information coming soon, including how to pay for a streaming ticket. ... See MoreSee Less

Be sure to follow New London Performing Arts and plan to attend this years Fall Play, Clockwork. #NLTigerPride

Mrs. Denney's physical science classes are investigating science theories. ... See MoreSee Less

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I am in her 2nd Hour Chemistry Class...

Due to Covid related illness for Moulton-Udell, the Regional Volleyball Match scheduled for tonight (10/19) has been cancelled.

The volleyball team will advance to the 2nd round of the Regional Tournament and play on Wednesday, October 21st at 7 PM against an opponent that will be announced later tonight.

The Junior High Football game scheduled for 4:30 PM at home against Winfield is still happening. It may be chilly, but come and support them as they wrap up their season tonight.
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Outcome of the game?

Go Tigers

Tigers take a 45-6 lead. Continuous clock is in effect.

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Tigers lead 38-6 with 5 minutes left in the 3rd.

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The Tigers are leading 19-6 as we start the 3rd quarter. ... See MoreSee Less

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Go Tigers. DEFENSE!!!!

Tigers lead 12-0 to start the 2nd quarter. ... See MoreSee Less

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Go Fight Win Tigers.

Go Tigers!

Tiger football fans! Dress warm it’s going to be chilly.

We will be honoring our seniors following the game. We will try to provide updates each quarter to keep people aware of our schedule.

Also, we are having a 50/50 raffle tonight. The money raised is going to a dear friend of our district who is needing some additional support.

Come out and show your Tiger spirit!

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Sad that Cross Country couldn’t be represented like prior years, but understand with COVID.

Tiger Fans. Friday night we will be holding Senior recognition following the Varsity football playoff game. Due to state rules and regulations, we cannot hold any recognitions prior to or during the game.

Also, due to fees to stream postseason games, New London will not be streaming any of the remaining postseason football or volleyball competitions.

No passes will be accepted from this point forward and admission for postseason games is $6.

Good Luck to all of our athletes!

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Go Tigers go!🏈

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District Calendar

Clark Announcements

  • QUOTE OF THE DAY
    President Theodore Roosevelt once said, "It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed. In this life we get nothing save by effort." Anything worth having, worth keeping requires you to try and provide effort. If you want something bad enough you'll need to work for it. Choose to make this a magnificent Wednesday! Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.
  • GREETINGS AND SALUTATIONS!
    Good Morning, CLARK ELEMENTARY! Today is Wednesday, October 28th, 2020, it's the 51st day of school, and it's a DAY 2.
  • THIS DAY IN HISTORY!
    On this day in 1965, construction is completed on the Gateway Arch, a spectacular 630-foot-high parabola of stainless steel marking the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial on the waterfront of St. Louis, Missouri. The Gateway Arch, was erected to commemorate President Thomas Jefferson’s Louisiana Purchase of 1803 and to celebrate St. Louis’ central role in the rapid westward expansion that followed.
  • VOCABULARY BUILDER-UPPER WORD OF THE DAY
    The word of the day is spectacular , which is an adjective that describes something that is impressive, dramatically daring, thrilling, or a large-scale display.
  • What's Cooking?
    For lunch today, we will be enjoying creamy mac and cheese, dog bites (I'm guessing the lunchroom will be filled with small dogs providing bites?), oven-fresh muffins, fruits and veggies, and we'll be pouring a carton of refreshing, ice-cold milk down our collective esophagi (it's an irregular plural noun, just ask a 2nd Grader because they know all about them).
  • WEATHER
    The weather today will be just a smidgeon warmer than yesterday. The high will be in the low fifties, the skies will be mostly sunny and there is a chance for rain tonight.

HS/MS Announcements

  • DAY 51 OF 188
    LUNCH MENU: Pizza, Corn, Treat, Fruit & Veggie, Milk Choices.
  • DON'T FORGET:
    Tuesday/Friday P.E. TODAY 6th Vocal Music TODAY 7th & 8th Band TODAY
  • REMEMBER…
    Go to your Period 6 class TODAY during homeroom time. Mrs. Nehring's 6th hour MIDDLE SCHOOL study hall should report to Mr. Garvey's room.
  • TODAY'S EVENT:
    Regional VB (NL vs Southeast Warren) at Evans MS in Ottumwa, 7:00 p.m. Departure 4:45 p.m.
  • HS BOWLING:
    All High School Students interested in bowling need to email Mr. Fry at ben.fry@nlcsd.org for information by this Friday, October 30th.