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Explanation of Tax Consequences for Proposed Bond
Superintendent Daggett explained the tax consequences for homeowners, business owners, and land owners in the MNW School District if the proposed $8.8 million bond is approved on September 11th.  Watch the video here.  Here is the tables Mr. Daggett referred to for homeowners, business owners, and land owners, and here is his Power Point presentation as well.  There is a public meeting to learn more about the proposal on Monday, August 20 at the MNW Elementary School in Barnum at 7 p.m.  

Bond Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions about the proposed bond?  Check out this document for some answers.  If you have other questions, call Superintendent Justin Daggett at 712-469-2202 or email him at jdaggett@manson-nw.k12.ia.us.

Bond Information
On September 11, 2018, a vote will be held in the Manson Northwest Webster School District on whether or not to approve an 8.8 million dollar bond. The purpose is for the renovation and construction at both the Elementary and Jr/Sr High School buildings.  If approved, this project will address increases in enrollment in both buildings and will position the district for future growth.  Superintendent Daggett explains more here.

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.  

Elementary Supply List for 2018-2019
It's almost that time - here is the list
 
Meningitis vaccines required by state for 7th & 12th graders
Just a reminder that per state law, all incoming 7th and 12th grade students must have their Meningitis vaccination or an exemption on file BEFORE school starts or they will not be able to attend.  If you have any questions, please contact the school nurse, Sarah Droste, at sdroste@manson-nw.k12.ia.us.
 
Emily Markert Annual 5K Run and Walk to be held August 11
The Emily Markert Annual 5K Run and Walk, to raise awareness of organ, eye, and tissue donation, will be held on Saturday, August 11 in Manson at the Floral Hall on North Main Street.  The race starts at 8:30 a.m.  Register here:  getmeregistered.com/EmilyMarkerts5k

Emily was a lung transplant recipient and her goal was to raise awareness about the power of organ, eye, and tissue donation.  Please help us support Emily (a 2000 MNW graduate) and make her wish of supporting organ, tissue, and eye donation come true! 

Summer Meal Program for Students
See this attached flyer to learn about the USDA's summer meal program for children and teens.  Although MNW does not have a site, there are several sites nearby that your kids can attend.

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 www.mnwcougars.com/alumni/ 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 csturgeon@manson-nw.k12.ia.us 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

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.