Archives for May 2014

KHS Represented At State Track Meet

Photos courtesy of Postville Herald – Grant Langhus. Gage also competed in the 400M dash. He finished 20th in both events. Kelby Kies, Skyler Johnston, and Anna Zetterlund qualified on the girl’s side. Kelby finished 14th and Skyler finished 17th in the 3A Long Jump, while Anna finished 20th in the High Jump. Congratulations to […]

KHS Graduation 2014

This past Sunday 157 KHS seniors happily moved their tassel from right to left.  This was the 143rd graduation class from Keokuk High School.    

PreK Students Ready For Next Year

Torrence Prekindergarten held their graduation ceremony on Friday, May 16th. The gym was filled with friends and family excited to celebrate the accomplishments of all 76 prekindergarten students. This year, the students worked hard to learn and develop various skills in multiple areas including: Language, Math, Science, Technology, Social Studies, Arts, Music, Literacy, Social Interaction, […]

Summer Lunch Program Begins June 2

The Keokuk Community School District will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program again this year. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children.  There  will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the site and time as […]

Girls Tennis Crowned SEC Champs

Congratulations to the KHS Girls Tennis Team for their SEC championship.  Pictured (L to R) Marissa Hasselbusch, Alexis Kemp, Brittany Logan, Lakyn Boltz, Madison Pfaffe, Lauren Hasselbusch, not pictured Autumn Schulte.  

4th & 5th Graders View Underground Railroad Site

As part of their study of slavery in the 1800’s,​ fourth and fifth grade TAG students visited the Dr. Richard Eells’ House in Quincy, Illinois, which is one of the most well-documented sites of the Underground Railroad.  

Milk Jug Canoe Races

PreK Safety Visit From Officer Johnson

Officer Johnson from the Keokuk Police Department visited Torrence Prekindergarten Thursday, May 1. Officer Johnson showed the students his police car, talked about stranger danger, and explained car seat safety. The Iowa law states: “A child under 6 years old must be secured in a safety seat or booster seat. A seat belt alone is not […]