9 hours ago
Due to some conflicts, on Monday, January 27th, students who ride HOME on Mr. Fedler's bus #2 will be going home on Mr. Moehle's bus #5. Those students could be as much as 30 minutes later arriving home than usual. #NLTigerPride ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Anyone who is interested is invited to attend a presentation by Vern Reed in the New London HS Auditorium at 2:30 on Jan 29th. Mr. Reed will be speaking about a program that we want to implement in NL called Bridges Out of Poverty. He will give an overview of the program. The Bridges Out of Poverty program consists of a 16 week class, meeting weekly, a workbook called Getting Ahead, participants, and a facilitator. People taking the class will learn the hidden rules of economic class, language registers and how to make a personal plan for building resources. The learning will take place in a non judgmental atmosphere with food and friendship. We hope to see many citizens and parents at this informational meeting to strengthen and support the success of our community. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Hey Tiger Fans! Don't forget to come on down to the next home basketball games against Notre Dame on January 28! We're having our annual youth basketball night, a silent auction, and through a partnership with Great River Health we'll be holding an Athletic Training Equipment Drive!
Lots of cool things happening on the 28th so come down and support your Tigers and a few other great causes!
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Miss Sartorius’s students enjoyed a dance break after working hard on their math both at their seats and at the interactive TV! ... See MoreSee Less
Miss Sartorius’s kdg class had a speaker today from Oakland Mills that gave them an interactive lesson on magnets and what they attract to! ... See MoreSee Less
January 20, 2020
Please be aware that there have been a few confirmed cases of influenza in our school district. Influenza is an infection of the nose, throat, and lungs caused by the influenza virus. Someone with influenza can be contagious 1 day prior to having any symptoms and can remain contagious for up to 5-7 days after symptoms arise.
Common symptoms of influenza include:
Fever or feeling feverish/chills
Runny or stuffy nose
Sometimes vomiting and diarrhea may occur with the above symptoms
The influenza virus is spread mainly through coughing, sneezing and simply by talking. It is important to practice good hand hygiene and be sure to cover our coughs and sneezes. Try to avoid others who are ill and keep your hands away from your eyes, nose, and mouth. It is important to get plenty of sleep, eat balanced meals and drink adequate amounts of water. If you have not, it is suggested by the CDC for anyone over the age of 6 months to obtain a flu shot.
The health and safety of our children here at New London Community School District are of primary concern to the staff. In order for your child to be fully available for learning, they must be in good health while at school. Please keep your child home until they have been fever free for at least 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medications (tylenol, ibuprofen, advil, motrin, aleve, etc). If your child has had vomiting or diarrhea, please keep them home until at least 24 hours after the last episode. Keeping your child home when ill helps them heal faster and can help prevent the spread of illness to others. If we all work together, at home and school, we will make a difference in the lives of our children.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by phone (319) 367-0507 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lindy Williams, RN
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4 days ago
Please mark your calendars for this years Dollars for Scholars Auction. This is a great opportunity to come out and support current and future New London Students. We have a dedicated group of individuals that make sure this auction happens every year. We cannot thank them enough for all of the hours they dedicate to our students and our school district.
Dollars for Scholars Auction
is the 14th Annual Dollars for Scholars Auction at
Charles Lorber Gymnasium
Doors open at 5:00 with a free will donation meal
and the auction starts at 6:00.
Since 2002, we have awarded over $97,500 in scholarships to New London Graduates.
Part of the auction proceeds are given out as current year scholarships and
the remainder of the proceeds are held for future graduates’ scholarships.
So regardless if you have a preschooler or a senior the funds raised are to benefit your child’s future.
In addition to community members and businesses, many of the K-12 classrooms and staff have made baskets for this year’s auction and they are excited to share them with you. We will have a supervised children’s area again this year sponsored by Two Rivers Bank & Trust.
Items to be auctioned can be viewed on our Facebook page
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6 days ago
The varsity wrestling tournament at WACO for tomorrow 1/18/2020 has been canceled. ... See MoreSee Less
We’ve had a lot of seniors in today working on scholarship applications (more than pictured—we couldn’t catch everyone). Keep up the good work! ... See MoreSee Less
The HS Basketball games scheduled for Friday, January 17 vs Danville have been moved to tomorrow night, Thursday, January 16 due to potential weather issues on Friday.
JV game starts @ 4:30 PM with Varsity Girls and Boys to follow.
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ATTENTION! Due to the upcoming weather, the pantry will be closed Sat morning the 11th, but will be open tonight, Fri the 10th ... See MoreSee Less