Newton By The Numbers
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The Newton Community School District (NCSD) is proud to offer families top-notch and best educational choices in Iowa.
We serve approximately 3,000 students (PreK - 12th Grades) enrolled in our seven schools:
Aurora Heights (K - 4)
Emerson Hough (K - 4)
Thomas Jefferson (PreK - 4)
Woodrow Wilson (K - 4)
Berg Middle School (5 - 8)
Newton Senior High School (9 - 12)
WEST Academy (10 - 12)
On this page, you will find everything you need to enroll and register your child into the Newton Community School District.
Families new to the Newton Community School District, or returning after being enrolled in another district, will need to come to the District Office to complete the registration process. Our District Office is located at the EJH Beard Administration Center - 1302 First Avenue West, Newton, Iowa.
This process includes filling out the online registration form and providing the following documentation:
Since our district is currently closed to the public, due to COVID-19, please contact Melinda Worthington, District Registrar, about registering new students. She will take student and family information and add it to a database of new families. As soon as our offices are able to open, we will contact families to set up an appointment to register.
District Registrar: Melinda Worthington (email@example.com) (641.792.5809)
For information on re-enrolling a current student, please click here.
Certificate of Dental Screening
All 9th Grade students are required to have a dental screening. Bring this form to your local dentist or orthodontist to fill out and sign after your appointment. Return the signed form to Newton High School during "Back to School Days" or to the high school main office.
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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.”