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District Mission
"With community involvement, we will empower learners to become contributing members to our changing world"

District Goals
Implement a successful 1:1 technology initiative to enhance student learning, instruction, and achievement.

Increase implementation and alignment of Iowa Common Core curriculum utilizing Characteristics of Effective Instruction.

Improve communication between all stakeholders in the district that will promote an atmosphere that encourages positive relationships.

VOTE - School Board Elections are September 8th. Polls are open from 7:00am to
8:00pm in the Upper Level of the Community Center. Candidates are: Laura Dawson, Paul Fuhrman, Logan Patterson, and Linda Burkhart.



                                                                                                              
Introducing  Canvas: A Powerful New Tool Designed to Connect Learning & Technology  in  the  Classroom!    For  more  information   Click Here

 
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Cherokee  Community  School  District  is  located  in northwest  Iowa. The  district  enrolls approximately  940  students  in  four  schools.  Washington  High  School  is  a class  2-A  
high  school  serving  students  in grades  9-12.  Cherokee  Middle  School,  built  in  2001, 
serves  grades  5-8.   Roosevelt  Elementary School  serves  students  in  kindergarten  to 
grade  4.   The  Early Childhood  Learning  Center   serves  students  ages  3 and 4.   Our Central  Office  is located  at  the  northeast  entrance  of  Washington  High  School.

District News

The 2015 WHS Yearbooks arrived in time to be handed out at registration on August 12-13. Students who pre-ordered yearbooks were able to pick them up during registration.  The yearbook staff ordered extra copies, so students could who did not pre-order were able to purchase one at registration if they wanted one.

Publications is a year-long class where the 120 pages of the WHS yearbook are created.  Students will take pictures, write captions, interview students and faculty, and many other tasks required to make the final product of the yearbook.

Thank you to the 2014-2015 Publications class for their hard work and dedication!



Old Yearbooks on Sale, contact Christy Alquist to see if they have the year you are missing. 225-6755

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Equal Opportunity at Cherokee Community Schools
The Cherokee Community School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, socio-economic status, religion, sex, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability in educational programs or employment. If you have questions or concerns about any policy or procedure of the district please contact:
Barb Radke
Equity Coordinator
600 W. Bluff St.
Cherokee, IA  51012
(712) 225-6760 or bradke@ccsd.k12.ia.us