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MARCH 2018 DISTRICT DISPATCH “Read-Across-America Day” will be celebrated in the Underwood Community School District on Wednesday, February 28, 2018. This annual event, which includes an “Elementary Family Reading Night” in our middle school gymnasium at 7:00 p.m., commemorates Dr. Seuss’s birthday and underscores the vital importance of reading in our curriculum. Activities will continue through Friday, March 2, 2018. It is . . .

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ACT Scores Soaring for Class of 2018!

Iowa School Report Card Results Also Show Strong Results

  One academic measure that gets a great deal of attention is a school's ACT scores.  The official scores won't come out until the fall, but preliminary data for the Class of 2018 has been outstanding!  Approximately 75% of the class has taken the test to date.  Average scores are well above State Averages, which are higher in Iowa than our National Averages.  It just goes to confirm how great . . .

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Special Olympic Success for Logan, Tyler, and Rylee

Logan Jensen Advances to State!

Logan Jensen, Tyler Brandon, and Rylee Bonsall excelled at the Special Olympics basketball competition held at Iowa Western Community College on Tuesday, January 9.  Logan earned first place, which means he'll be making a trip the State Special Olympics in Iowa City on March 9.  Tyler received second place, and Rylee got a fourth place award.  Coaches are Ms. Jolene Whitmore, Ms. Becki Brookshire, and . . .

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Planbook Links

Planbook links for Middle School and High School buildings are below: Middle School Planbook Links High School Planbook Links  

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Underwood CSD Welcome Video

  Please click on this link to view a video welcoming you to the Underwood Community School District.

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Underwood HS Makes U.S. News Best High Schools List!

Underwood High School was awarded a Bronze Medal ranking in the latest U.S. News Best Schools list.  This puts Underwood in elite company-barely a quarter of the 22,000 schools evaluated nationwide receive a gold, sliver, or bronze ranking. A four-step evaluation is used to determine medal-winning schools.  U.S. News uses basic data on enrollment, student ethnicity, and other profile information on the . . .

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