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01/17/2018 - 10:47am
The Keota Board of Education recently made the decision to move forward and join the other schools in the SICL conference for Jr. High baseball and softball beginning this May. High School Principal Mr. Henrich recommended that the boys play on the city field while the girls play at the school field, and Athletic Director Rod Hill approached the ball board and city with the idea, who have agreed...
12/13/2017 - 1:15pm
The results are in, and Superintendent Jim Henrich reports that the administration of the school is beyond pleased with the results. “As you can see, Keota students out performed the AEA and the state in nearly every category in every grade level,” Henrich said. The Iowa Assessment tests are taken every February and these 2017 results...
12/13/2017 - 1:10pm
Added security is now in place the Keota Community Schools, which is the first step in implementing security measures to make the building more safe and secure for staff and students. The three main doors to the school will have a camera built in allowing the secretary to buzz in parents and visitors. The entrances will be the main doors by the...
12/13/2017 - 1:08pm
What started as a small project, has now developed into a much larger project involving 13 local community libraries, including Wilson Memorial Library in Keota. The recent grant from the Washington County Riverboat Foundation will help make the final steps for the digitization of local newspapers a reality in the communities of Ainsworth,...
12/13/2017 - 1:05pm
On December 6, the Washington County Riverboat Foundation gave away 33 grants to local projects in Washington and surrounding communities through its competitive grant program. Through this program, WCRF Board of Directors will distribute 75% of the annual donations it receives from the Riverside Casino and Golf Resort in the form of grants....
12/06/2017 - 10:31am
The gymnasium was packed for an Elementary concert on Wednesday, Nov. 30. With a combination of classical Christmas music and a collection of funny Christmas tunes, the concert featured something for everyone to enjoy. The fifth grade band played “Traditional Medley” as well as a “Power Rock” to led the evening of...
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