Mr. Kirkholm’s Contemporary Affairs class just completed their unit on endangered animals. During this class the students were paired up and had to come up with a webpage for a zoo that centered around 16 endangered . . .
Registration for the 2019-2020 school year will be available online starting Monday, July 22. Walk-in registration assistance will be available Tuesday, July 23 from 10:00am-2:00pm at the High School Cafeteria (this is a change in . . .
The AP Government Class Mock Trial Team Comes Up A Little Short At Regionals in Mason City to Repeat as State Qualifiers
The Mock Trial team went to Mason City on Thursday March 7th to compete at the regionals of the Iowa State Bar Association Mock Trial Competition. The team finished in 5th place in a regional where the top 4 teams move on to the State . . .
Recently, Shenandoah senior Logan Hughes was awarded the Iowa High School Athletic Directors Association scholarship for the Southwest Iowa District. Earning the IHSADA District Scholarship is an outstanding achievement. To . . .
The Shenandoah Speech Team took 11 groups to district large group competition on Saturday, January 19th at Clarinda. Of those groups, 8 will advance to state contest on February 2nd to be held at West Des Moines Valley. . . .
This month's High School PRIDE Students of the Month have been announced. Senior Jake Stenzel and freshman Jessica Sun were nominated and selected by their peers for the month of November. Stenzel . . .
Shenandoah High School had two students selected to the SWIBA High School Honor Band, this past weekend, at auditions held in Atlantic. The Shenandoah High School band will be represented by Quentin Slater on trombone and Eli Schuster . . .
This month's High School PRIDE Students of the Month have been announced. Senior Mariah Munsinger (right) and sophomore Libby Ehlers (left) were nominated and selected by their peers for the month of November. . . .
On September 5th, the Shenandoah High School was transformed for a STEMFEST Career Day. The goal of the day was to give students an insight into the exciting career opportunities that use STEM daily. The day started off with . . .
The Marigold Effect is a well-known concept within the teaching world; many different places can explain what these bright, oddly-scented flowers have to do with teaching, but the most recent one I've read came from the Cult of . . .