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Cherokee Elementary School

206 E. Indian Street
PH: 712-225-6760
FX: 712-225-4202

Cherokee Middle School

208 E. Indian Street
PH: 712-225-6750
FX: 712-225-4841

Cherokee Washington High School

600 W. Bluff Street
PH: 712-225-6755
FX: 712-225-6757

CES March PBIS Assembly

The March PBIS Assembly welcomed Bruce Dagel as our speaker. Bruce is such a positive  member of our community! The topic for the assembly was Cooperation and Teamwork! Bruce’s message to students was that “TEAM” stands for “Together Everyone Achieves More”.  

April Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month

Congratulations to Mason Daum for being chosen as the April Cherokee Chamber of Commerce Student of the Month. Mason is the son of Lacey and Jeffrey Daum. Although he has many wonderful qualities, the most prominent are his work ethic, attention to detail, and absolute kindness to all around him.  Mason is an active 8th grader and is involved in band, choir, cross country, track, and basketball. He says his favorite . . .

April Rotary Student of the Month

Jada Timmerman is the April Rotary Student of the Month. Jada is an excellent student, who not only concentrates on her studies, but who also finds time to participate in extracurricular activities and in her community.  She is involved in volleyball (including beach and club), track. She is also in  National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Spanish Club, and Student Council. She participates in JETS Science Team, Dance, . . .

Healthy Hero

This month’s Healthy Hero Award winner is Rocco Reinert. Rocco is always ready to play whatever game we are playing in PE. He has great sportsmanship and is always prepared for class. Outside during Wellness, he seeks out activity from the beginning to the end of the time. He is kind and respectful to his fellow classmates and staff.

Special Olympics Track Team Travels to Coralville

On Saturday our Special Olympics team traveled to Coralville to compete at the state competition for basketball skills. Two high school athletes placed 1st at the area competition in February that advanced them to the state level. While at state Kendra Robinson and Luisa Erickson competed in their own division based on ability and age, both battled tough competition. Kendra tied for 1st place and Luisa placed 3rd. Congrats to . . .

Spanish Honor Society 2024

CWHS Spanish Honor Society inducted 18 new members on Monday night. To be inducted, students must be enrolled in Spanish, have maintained an honor average in Spanish for at least 3 consecutive semesters and show good character, leadership, cooperation, honesty, service, commitment to others and be motivated to continue studying Spanish. ¡Felicidades a todos!

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