For the latest information from the Keokuk Community School District, please check out our COVID-19 Resources page at keokukschools.org/covid-19/. We are providing meals for kids, educational resources for parents and students, and access to guest wifi.
Keokuk High School Invites you to the 34rd Annual Keokuk Senior Citizens Christmas Dinner for Citizens 60 and over. When? December 7th, 2021 Postponement Date: December 9th, 2021 Where? First Christian Church, 3476 Main Street (Serving begins at Noon) Special Entertainment provided by KHS Band and Vocal Music Bus Transportation River Terrace: 11:20 A.M. Mississippi […]
Kindergarten teacher Andrea Worster is teaching her students the Engineering Design Process with STEM In Action materials, courtesy of the Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Scale Up awards. The students are solving a problem by asking questions, making a plan, and building models. Then they will test, collect data, and make improvements.
The deadline for open enrollment applications for the 2021-2022 school year is March 1, 2021 for students in grades 1-12. See Student Registration for more information.
The KCSD technology support staff have created this website for families having tech issues or questions with Schoology. Please check out this site bit.ly/35LwszC for FAQs and a way to submit a ticket for technical support.
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2020 King and Queen Candidates Left to Right:Queen- Emma Evans, Lindsey Campbell, Sydney McCarron, Keleigh HallKing- Jordan Granera, Callum Tackes, Anthony Potratz, Corey Skinner The theme for this year’s Homecoming is “Punish the Panthers.”
Joseph Condren who just entered second grade has completed the K-3 MENSA Excellence in Reading challenge. The list of 63 classic stories including Charlotte’s Web, Little House on the Prairie, and Goodnight Moon can be found at mensaforkids.org. Condren stated, “My favorite book was Shiloh. I wish that Shiloh didn’t get hurt, but it did […]
Students enrolled will engage in a high quality Pre-Kindergarten curriculum facilitated by a highly qualified state certified teacher. The student day would be from 8:00-3:30 Tuesday-Friday each week starting September 8th. Full day Pre-K would require a monthly tuition of $225 per month (This cost is based on a 20 student enrollment. Tuition may sway […]
Students and staff members should remain home when sick. Students or staff members with any high-risk symptom or two or more low risk symptoms should stay home and are advised to seek an evaluation by a health care provider.
The Annual Back to School Festival is being held on August 8, 2020 from 9Am to 11 AM at Trinity United Methodist Church.
The latest Return to Learning Information is now available online.