Newton By The Numbers
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December 02, 2022 -
The School Board would like to highlight a few items of importance following each board meeting to share what is happening around the board table. Click continue reading to view the latest highlights!
October 24, 2022 - All Campuses
There will be times where it becomes necessary to cancel, delay, or release early on a day of school because of a weather emergency, or road conditions. Read on to see where you can find notifications!
October 04, 2022 - All Campuses
Food Service Supervisor, Julie Miller would like to inform families whose children receive Free & Reduced meals of a few 'Need to Know" items. Click "Continue Reading" for more information!
September 30, 2022 - All Campuses
The Newton Community School District is no longer using RevTrak for online payments. Please make payments using Infinite Campus. Click "Continue Reading" to learn how it works!
September 29, 2022 - All Campuses
The Newton Community School District's Return to Learn Plan has been updated and approved by the school board - most recently on September 26, 2022. The update to our plan is in the category of "Individuals Who Test Positive for COVID-19" and reflects operations with pre-pandemic procedures. We continue to look out for the health of everyone, by staying home if we are ill. The best way to keep people in school is to keep people healthy!
July 26, 2022 - All Campuses
Free & Reduced Price School Meals/Milk (and Full or Partial Waiver of School Fees) Applications are now available on the Newton Community School District's website.
March 11, 2022 - All Campuses
If you are registering a student for Preschool or Kindergarten, are re-enrolling a current student, or are new (or returning) to the Newton Community School District...please read on!
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Whether you’re raising a family, starting a business or building a home — you’ll want to get to know Newton. Our community vision statement is “Newton Shines Bright: Newton is a progressive, family friendly community, a shining star of Central Iowa, and a place to call home.”