Linn-Mar Community School District
2999 N. Tenth Street, Marion, IA 52302
Phone: (319) 447-3000

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Monday, October 24, 2016

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Westfield NO SCHOOL All Day
  Professional Learning Day
Linn Grove No School All Day
  Office will be open 7:30-4:00
Wilkins Granite City Day All Day
  Wilkins Granite City Day open to close 20% goes to Wilkins
Wilkins No School - PD day All Day
  Office will be open.
District Offices No School K-12 All Day
  Due to the staff professional learning day, school will not be in session on October 24th.
Indian Creek No School All Day
  No School ~ Professional Development Day
High School Professional Development Day All Day
  Linn-Mar @ Linn-Mar High School No classes for 9th-12th grades
Bowman Woods NO SCHOOL 8:30 AM
  Professional Learning
Echo Hill No School 8:45 AM
District Offices Board Meeting 5:00 PM
  The Board work session will begin at 5:00 PM followed by the regular session at 7:00 PM. Tonight's meeting will be held in the High School Pride Rock Commons on the north side of the High School. Enter through door #3.

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Cross Country Teams Heading To State

Parent University Scheduled For Tuesday

The Linn-Mar Community Takes Part in America Reads Day

Future Doctors Learn About the Profession First Hand

LMHS Boys' Golf, Best in Metro, Take 3rd at State!

Highlights of the October 10th Board of Education Meeting

Social Studies Teacher Honored by CR West Rotary

LMHS Inducts New National Honor Society Members

Reminder: Linn-Mar Communication Notification Options

The Roald Dahl Splendiferous Showdown Comes to Westfield

LMHS Seniors Named Commended Students in National Program

LMHS Girls Soccer Team Honored for 'Kickin' Cancer' Campaign

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 Cross Country Teams Heading To State

Congratulations to the Linn-Mar boys' and girls' Cross Country teams for qualifying for State.

The girls came in 2nd place overall at the class 4A State Regionals Thursday at Noelridge Park. Maddie Mann came in 6th with a time of 18:42, Abby VanRheenen came in 13th with a time of 19:20, Rachel Bohnenkamp finished with a time of 19:34 to come in 18th, Deanna Newhouse was 19th with a time of 19:36, and Maddie Genskow came in 22nd with a time of 19:47.

Ryan Murphy took 1st place overall with a time of 15:57, Dalton Gosch took 5th place with a time of 16:05, Colin Johnston was 16th with a time of 16:24, Johnny Sietz came in 20th with a time of 16:40, and Sam Vezina was 23rd with a time of 16:49. The boys' Cross Country team took 3rd place overall.

Both teams will compete at the State meet Saturday, October 29th at Lakeside Municipal Golf Course in Ft. Dodge. The girls start at 11:00 AM, the boys at 11:30 AM.

Congratulations and good luck to both teams!

 Parent University Scheduled For Tuesday

Parent University will be held Tuesday, October 25th at 6:30 p.m in the boardroom of the Learning Resource Center, 2999 N. 10th Street, Marion. Our guest speakers will be School Resource Officer Tom Daubs of the Marion Police Department and Student Assistant Specialist Mike Shipley. This Parent University will share what our schools are doing to prepare for any crisis situation.

 The Linn-Mar Community Takes Part in America Reads Day

The Linn-Mar Community School District would like to thank the hundreds of volunteers who took part in America Reads Day 2016.

High school students, parents, grandparents, city officials, local radio and television celebrities, professional athletes, and district representatives took time out of their day to share a story without elementary students.

America Reads, now in its 20th year, is a national challenge to improve literacy among elementary-age children. Locally, it is a two-day, joint event with Marion Independent, Cedar Rapids CSD, College Community CSD , Metro Catholic, and Summit Schools.

Last year, more than 2,500 community members shared their joy of reading with over 16,900 elementary students in grades preschool through 5th grade.

 Future Doctors Learn About the Profession First Hand

Dr. Michael Telisak, an Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist at PCI, answered questions from dozens of students at a session at the High School's new College and Career Center.

Dr. Telisak talked about the steps he took to become a doctor, through general requirements, medical programs and residency. His visit was coordinated by the Workplace Learning Connection, a metro area group based at Kirkwood Community College that works to link kids and careers.

Students who indicate an interest in a particular career field are invited to take advantage of these "in person" opportunities by the LMHS Guidance Office.

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