The Grinnell-Newburg School District, in partnership with the entire community, will empower every student to become a lifelong learner who is a responsible, productive and engaged citizen within the global community.
This model process is designed to promote a reflective conversation between school board members and their superintendent. This collaborative approach is for the purpose of improvement of performance of both the superintendent and the system so student achievement increases. In addition, the Iowa Standards for School Leaders and criteria represent a set of knowledge and skills that reflects the best evidence available regarding leadership for Iowa schools. The standards and criteria are linked to the evaluation of administrators and the professional development plans for administrators.
The Grinnell-Newburg school board members and the superintendent worked collaboratively in developing the following goals:
The Grinnell-Newburg school board set its legislative priorities for the 2015 session of the Iowa Legislature at the August 13, 2014 school board meeting.
Grinnell-Newburg school board participated this year in the Iowa Association of School Boards (IASB) legislative policy process by talking about the impact of state policy on the . . .
The Grinnell-Newburg Board of Directors has been working on the district's long-range facility plan, which they have addressed all key facility planning issues. Specifically, elementary school consolidation, middle school grade configuration, and high school facility improvement priorities. The following information includes sites, . . .
It is the policy of the Grinnell-Newburg School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, age (employment only), marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (students/program only) in its educational programs and its employment practices.