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Tiger basketball fans! A change to today’s game schedule is as scheduled: No girls game, JV boys starts at 6:00 followed by V boys at approximately 7:30 @ Pekin. Spread the word! ... See MoreSee Less

Guess the person in the new Who Dis?, take a look into politics with the Middle School Election, and check out our participants on the Dance Team. #NLTigerPride

youtu.be/OcSoviVrszAGuess the person in the new Who Dis?, take a look into politics with the Middle School Election, and check out our participants on the Dance Team. #NLTigerPride
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The School District is in the process of developing a food pantry for our students and families. We are looking for a used refrigerator to help store certain items. If you have a used refrigerator that you would be willing to donate, please contact Chad Wahls @ (319) 367-0512 ext. 1104 ... See MoreSee Less

Tiger Basketball Fans: If you ordered basketball apparel, it may be picked up at the central office, across from the middle/high school. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Follow-Up Information on the Potential Gas Leak

At approximately 11:48 AM on December 3, 2018, we noticed a strong odor of what seemed to be a gas smell between the Central Office and MS/HS Building. When we went outside to check the smell, we immediately made the decision to evacuate the Central Office and the MS/HS Buildings (we also checked Clark, but the smell was contained to the MS/HS area). At this time, many individuals assisted in getting all our students to a safe environment. We contacted the City of New London, Alliant Energy, and the leaders of the Filling Station. Every party was very helpful in helping us make arrangements or connect us with the individuals that could assist us through this event.

The time frame of this event wasn’t perfect as the bell had just rung for the MS/HS students’ lunch period. Many of our students left the building to eat at home or at other venues in town as they have off-campus privileges. Our middle school students had left for lunch in the elementary cafeteria, and we ushered our remaining high school students to the Filling Station.

Alliant Energy arrived shortly after our call and started the process of eliminating any possible threat of a leak. At the same time, we made arrangements with one of our bus drivers to transport students to and from the Filling Station and the elementary lunch room to allow every student to have lunch. During this time, our MS/HS teacher assisted in supervision and helped transport students back and forth. We also stationed staff and administration outside of the building, making sure that no student re-entered until we were given the “all clear” by Alliant Energy. When Alliant Energy was finished with their thorough inspection, they said that their headquarters had received several other calls in regards to a gas smell within the city limits. At this time, we do not know the source of the odor.

Again, we are glad to know that nobody was effected by this event and a process of emergency response was tested. We feel that our actions were necessary for this possible threat.

I also want to share the process of receiving notifications for both emergencies and other important messages. Please go to our website at nlcsd.org, click on the menu bar “District Info,” drag your curser down to EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS, and click on it. This will bring you to a document that you will need to fill out that will provide you either a text message or an email of your choice. When we push a message out through this system, it will send you a notice within seconds. This notification system also publishes on our Facebook account “New London Community School District.” If our message is in regards to weather, we also publish this message on KILJ (105.5), KBUR (AM 1490), KWQC-HD6 (Quad Cities), and KTVO (Ottumwa ABC 3)

Yours in Education,

Chad Wahls
Superintendent
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7 days ago

New London Community School District

Clark food drive information!

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1 week ago

New London Community School District

Don't forget to bring your canned/boxed food donations and your hats tomorrow and every day until Christmas break! #NLTigerPrideDonate food every day until Christmas break! Take it to the MS/HS Office to get your daily stamp. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

New London Community School District

The fourth graders at Clark have been working hard on plural nouns. Mrs. McCord, Mrs. Olson-Riley, Mrs. Brown, and their high school student helper, Lexi Brown have been planning activities and lessons around these tricky grammar rules. ... See MoreSee Less

Donate food every day until Christmas break! Take it to the MS/HS Office to get your daily stamp. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Way to go! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

Tigers are saving lives today! Community walk-Ins welcome! #BloodDrive #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

New London Community School District

We are a little short on wood for this year's projects for the day before our Christmas break. As you can see, anything from pallets (we'll pull apart), scrap wood, branches we can cut into small rounds, etc... we'll take it if you'd like to donate it! Contact Joe Garvey if you can help out this year. joe.garvey@nlcsd.org or call the school at 319-367-0500. Thank you! #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less

We will be running on a two hour delay tomorrow Tuesday, November 27th. Please expect possible delays on bus routes due to the blowing snow tonight! ... See MoreSee Less


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