As the 2018-19 school year comes to a close, the doors of summer open for the West Delaware school district. The Board met June 10 and discussed its student attendance percentage, as well as improving communication through media.
Justin Olind, physical education and health teacher at Edgewood-Colesburg High School, presented his individualized professional development plan to the school board at their regular June 17 meeting.
West Delaware improved to 17-7 after facing a pair of ranked opponents (3A, No. 5 Solon and 4A, No. 2 Independence) and hosted a plethora of solid programs, taking third overall at the Hawks’ own softball tournament, June 14-15.
Golfers get out on the links
Four members of the West Delaware girls soccer team were recently honored by the coaches of the WaMaC East with inclusion on the league’s all-conference team. Georgie Hilby was named to the first team, while Alissa Holtz earned second-team distinction. Both Gracie Weeks and Emily Prier recei…
One of the most contentious issues in the Iowa Legislature this year involved the way the state’s judges are chosen.
Spring came late and so, appropriately, did the annual deep cleaning of the refrigerator.
I’m a sucker for happy news.