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2018 graduation

MNW Makes Character, Hard Work, and Responsibility Fun
(By Hunter, class of 2021)

Little KUGR News
Sixth graders are back at it again with writing, recording, and editing a weekly news program.  Check out the latest here (edited by sixth grader Brody) and bookmark this page to find past week's programs.

Blood Drive at MNW JH/HS on November 8
The MNW Student Council is holding a blood drive on Thursday, November 8 from 8:15 a.m. until 1:45 p.m.  Students must be at least 16 years of age and at least 120 pounds.  If students are under 18, they must have a signed permission slip, which you can get from Mr. Olson.  If you are unsure if you are eligible to donate blood, please see this formEmail Mr. Olson to schedule a time.

MNW Apparel for Sale
MNW's softball team is having a fundraiser.  Get your Cougar merchandise here and support student athletes!  (Click on the hanger.)

Autumn Grill is Back!
MNW's Advanced Foods class have been busy planning and testing menu items for the Autumn Grill, MNW's student-run restaurant.  They have researched recipes, shopped for groceries, prepared and tested all menu items, figured the cost of every item on the menu, created and distributed advertisements, and practiced setting tables and providing excellent customer service.  They just need real customers to practice their skills on!  You are cordially invited to dine at the Autumn Grill, or to order a carryout meal (pick up in room 108).  Reservations to dine in or to order carryout meals need to be made in advance (by Friday noon before each restaurant) to the MNW High School at 712-469-2245.  Meals are $9.00 each.  Dine-in meals include an appetizer, side dish, dessert, and beverage.  (Beverages are not included for carry out meals.)  We are not able to deliver this fall due to the size of the class.  Meals will be served at noon.  Menu and dates are listed here.  
Cougar Coverage
Check out Cougar Coverage with Mrs. Stuhrenberg's class.  This time, they talk to some volleyball players about what they'll miss most from their senior year.
Alumni Spotlight
We are featuring Manson Northwest Webster graduates in a new series, Alumni Spotlight.  Here we feature Caryn Dawson, a 2016 graduate.
Pictures for Website
Thank you to Andy Johnson and his Thump's MNW Cougar Claw Facebook page for allowing us to use some of his photos on the school website.  If you have pictures you'd like to share, please email
Free and Reduced Meal Application
Click here to find this year's free and reduced meal application.  This application can be printed, filled out, and turned in to either school's office (or the Central Office) at registration or any time during the school year.  
1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
Have you heard of MNW's 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program?  Watch the video, look at our brochure, and read more about it on our page here.  
Alumni Pages on Website 
Go to to see photos from the last century - and the one before that! - of Manson High School graduates.  Also find this on the website under the District/Alumni tab. 
Have an Announcement for the Website?
Email Christine Sturgeon at if you have something to share or you find any dead or wrong links on the website.

Elementary School in Barnum, Iowa

CTE Notification
The Manson Northwest Webster High School offers career and technical programs in the following service areas:  
  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Family and Consumer Science
  • Business
  • Information Technology

PreK12 Vision for Teaching and Learning
Manson Northwest Webster staff will actively engage all students in real-world, relevant, and academically challenging experiences in a safe and positive environment. Staff will share accountability for the learning of all students through professional collaboration, innovative thinking, and the use of technology and research-based strategies.