56 days away! 8 weeks from today! We are looking forward to honoring each member of the 2018 graduating class and their individual accomplishments - academic, extra-curricular, and even out-of-school activities, with the student body to cheer them on. Parents will be invited to a luncheon from noon-1pm, followed by the school assembly (community and extended families encouraged to attend!) for the ceremony itself, including scholarship awards. This replaces the former evening scholarship award night. By hosting this during the afternoon on Tuesday, May 15, we hope to provide a wonderful celebration of our seniors. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

This Friday, New London Middle/High School is hosting a huge career fair so our students can be exposed to many options. Parents, be sure to ask your kids which sessions they'll get to attend (based on what they chose in a survey). We're looking forward to hearing from nearly 50 speakers in careers from every walk of life! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Donations are still being taken this week -- keep bringing all those goodies to fill up the baskets! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Catch an inside look at the Iowa State Patrol, chat about March Madness, and get the scoop on HS Girls Track. #NLTigerPride

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TWO NIGHTS ONLY! The New London Fine Arts Departments' showing of Beauty and the Beast opens tonight at 7PM. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in the HS office or at the door. ... See MoreSee Less

Join the New London Music Boosters at Pizza Ranch in Mt. Pleasant on March 19, 2018 from 5-8 p.m. as Pizza Ranch will donate 10% of buffet sales to the Boosters. Members of the New London Music Boosters will bus tables to earn additional donations from 5-8 pm. We hope you will come out and enjoy a fresh meal and let us bus your table! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Did you know we have a mobile app for both iOS and Android? It's an awesome place to get all of your district information including weather alerts, notices, calendars, the tiger cast, KTTV episodes and more!

Just search NLCSD on our phones store or us the following links.


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Heather Sharp, Lauren Jones, and Deb Scott guided the 6th-grade math students through a Project Based Learning Unit called Geometrocity. The students were required to build sections of a city starting with the planning phase, to drawing the nets, constructing the buildings, and finding the volume and surface area. Barb Meyer tag-teamed with the math teachers to do a cross-curricular addition in her English class where the students made a travel brochure to highlight the outstanding attributes of their city. Ben Bence had the Social Studies students build pyramids with the skills that the math class frontloaded from making pyramids from nets! The cities were put on display in the main hall during conferences for parents and visitors to enjoy!‚Äč #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Check out today's KTTV! #NLTigerPride

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Pioneer Day videos! ... See MoreSee Less

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Clark Elementary fourth graders learned about pioneer life today. They were able to experience writing with a quill, making butter, creating whirligigs, and washing laundry on a washboard. We had tons of fun, made a fairly big mess, and learned a lot! ... See MoreSee Less

The National Honor Society is selling these great shirts! They are prefect for ANY New London fan since they are not sport/activity specific. The shirt design was drawn by National Honor Society students!! It is a "vintage" shirt with the vintage tiger and the EST. 1839 - the beginning of NL Community Schools. The sale is open to the district and all of the community. Help support the NHS & get them while you can! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

March 7, 2018

Tonight there was an incident on social media of a student making a statement that was of concerning nature to other students in our District. We appreciate our students bringing this to our attention so we could explore the severity of the message posted. After making a visit to the home of the student with the New London Police Department and Henry County Law Enforcement, a thorough interview with both the student and parents was conducted. It was determined that there was NO intent present on the part of the message that the student posted. Messages of concern will continue to be taken seriously and thoroughly investigated.

Chad Wahls,
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Preschool Round-Up 2018

Preschool Round Up parent night will be held on Monday, March 12th at 6 pm in the preschool room at Clark Elementary. If you have a child that will be 4 yrs. old by September 15th, 2018 then he/she would be eligible to attend. This is a tuition free preschool that is taught by a licensed teacher. Please call 319-367-0507 to get your students name on the roster if you have not already. We would love for you to bring your child to this meeting. Hope to see you then.
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Middle School Science Students competed today at the Science Fair at Westland Mall in Wet Burlington, IA. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

One project started! Remember that colorful paint you may have donated to the school? National Honor Society students spent a couple hours painting positivity in the HS Girls bathroom. More to come! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

These high school students did a good job representing New London in their first science fair experience at the 38th Annual SEISC science fair at Westland Mall today. Other participating schools were Central Lee, Danville, Holy Trinity, Pekin, Van Buren and Winfield-Mt Union. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

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