Pleasantville — Pleasantville Schools are delayed two hours on Wednesday.
Knoxville School Board meets Monday
The Knoxville School Board is expected to accept several personnel placements for the coming school year at its regular meeting on Monday, April 14, at 5:30 p.m.
West students help Davis family
The students, faculty and staff of West Elementary have once again opened their hearts and piggy banks. In the month of March, West Elementary raised $1,838.55 for Penelope Davis, a toddler stricken with cancer.
Wilkins eager to lead KHS
The Knoxville School Board officially approved a contract with Tracy Wilkins Thursday night. Wilkins is set to take over as Principal of Knoxville High School for the coming school year.
MC Democrats to hold Education Forum
The Marion County Democrats will hold its latest educational forum on Wednesday, April 9, with a focus on educational issues.
Hearings on Monday's board agenda
Public hearings regarding the proposed 2014-15 Knoxville Schools budget and calendar are on the agenda for the Monday, March 24, school board meeting.
One special prom date
Prom night has long been a rite of passage for American high school students. Knoxville High School Prom 2014 will include one couple that no one ever expected to have the ability to take part.
West Elementary raises $4,800 for American Heart Association
Students in grades KinderPrep through First at West Elementary have jumped their way to raising $4,800 for the American Heart Association.
Updated: Pleasantville Board to respond to union's offer
The Pleasantville School Board will meet Tuesday, March 11, at 4 p.m., in an open meeting to present its initial offer to the teachers' union, the Pleasantville Education Association, regarding the next contract. The PEA presented its initial proposal on Tuesday.
- Ag in the Classroom event held - See slideshow Fourth graders from throughout Marion County learned about agriculture on today, March 6, at the Marion County Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom event held at the Vermeer Global Pavilion in Pella. Classes from Knoxville, Twin Cedars, Melcher-Dallas, Pella, Pella Christian, and home-schooled students rotated among several learning stations to gain insight into various aspects of agriculture. Heather Bandstra, Lindsey Jansen and Drew Carlson provided animals for the students to see. The Twin Cedars FFA Chapter also assisted the students during the event.
TC FFA receives financial gift
Rhonda Van Rheenen won a contest sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. As a result, the Twin Cedars FFA received a check for $2,500.
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