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Anatomy and Physiology Using Technology to Study the Body

Mr. Lahners's human anatomy and physiology classes are using 3D glasses to get a better look at the respiratory system. With the help of Mr. Bachman, the students are looking at the systems of the body in a whole new way. Human Anatomy and Physiology Human Anatomy and Physiology II  

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From the Desk of the Superintendent...

DECEMBER 2017 DISTRICT DISPATCH Our certified enrollment is up this year. The number of resident and open enrollment “in” students we are serving stands at 807. That is an increase of 27.64 students from the 2016-17 school year when we served 779.36 students. Looking back, we served 779.91 students in 2015-16 and 772.47 students in 2014-15. (Partial weighting applies in situations such as a homeschooled student who takes a class . . .

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Underwood Student Council Gets Into the "Elf on the Shelf"

The Underwood Student Council, under the guidance of Mrs. Diane Huddle, is getting the building into the Christmas spirit with their "Elf on a Shelf" with teachers. Around the hallway, teacher's pictures are attached to elf bodies with a positive saying to help with the growth mindset focus that's a focus this year at the high school. Enjoy the pictures and Merry Christmas from the Underwood Student Council.

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Karley Larson Signs Letter of Intent to Run at Kansas State

Will Run Track and Cross Country

On Friday, Karley Larson signed a Letter of Intent to attend Kansas State University to further her education and run track and cross country. She will major in animal science at Kansas State, where she is fulfilling a lifelong dream to attend a D1 school and participate in athletics. Larson is a 4-time state qualifier in cross country where she has finished 3rd twice and 7th this season.  She has also finished 1st . . .

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Alex Thomsen Signs Letter of Intent to Nebraska

Underwood High School Senior Alex Thomsen signed his National Letter Of Intent to continue his wrestling career at The University of Nebraska.  Alex will be vying for his 4th state title in Iowa this upcoming season.  He has compiled a 139-0 record with 73 of his victories by technical fall.  He is ranked 4th in the nation by FloWrestling.  Alex is a 6-time Fargo All American and the 2017 126 pound national Champion in . . .

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Savannah Smith Earns Spot on All-State Chorus

Freshman Soprano Will Perform Nov. 18 in Ames; Four Auditioned

This past weekend, auditions were held across the state for spots the Iowa All-State Chorus, Orchestra, and Band. The All-State audition is a rigorous process in which students learn and rehearse music from July until their audition date in October. Students are judged on tone quality, musicianship, intonation, and rhythm.  From Underwood, there were four students who auditioned for the All-State Chorus: Dylan Harvey, Alyssa . . .

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Special Olympians Get Recognition

Spotlight on Special Olympics is a Fall Highlight

The rivalry between two neighboring schools took a backseat to a special tradition held each year at Tri-Center High School.  Prior to the volleyball match between the Eagles and the host Trojans, the attention went to another set of athletes.  On September 21, Tri-Center hosted the Spotlight on Special Olympics 2017 at the volleyball match. Here are some pictures of Hunter, Logan, and Rylee and the Tri-Center Special . . .

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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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