The Administration Office is temporarily relocating to the May Center while we get our new carpet installed. If you have any questions, please still call 246-1581.
Dear Shenandoah Family and Friends,
The school year is coming to an end shortly. I imagine your kids want a break from the schedule and routine. In a few short weeks, they may shift their thinking and want things to do or may start to use that dreadful phrase, “I am bored.”
Each summer, the District provides summer adventures or interest camps for elementary and middle school students. Mr. Burdorf sent you information about this a few weeks ago over email. We do not want you to miss out on this opportunity, so the sign-up timeline has been extended.
Here is some additional information about the camps.
There is NO CHARGE for these opportunities. The camps are FREE, and your kids can eat breakfast and lunch for NO CHARGE.
Check Out These Options
Kindergarten July Session
First and Second Grade June Session
Third and Fourth Grade June Session
Third and Fourth Grade July Session
Fifth - Eighth Grade June and July Sessions
Fifth - Eight Grade June Session
Fifth-Eighth Grade July Session
It is free food and fun, and I hope to see your kids there!
The Davis-Rodgers FFA Chapter, Shenandoah, traveled to Kirkwood Community College The Iowa Equestrian Center in Cedar Rapids, on June 14th to participate in the State FFA Horse Evaluation Contests. The contest includes 4 main parts: judging of performance and halter classes, team problem solving, team tack identification, and individual oral reasons. This a first for Shenandoah to participate with the team scoring a Silver rating. The team includes Kinsey Gibson, Laney Manrose, and Nora Kirkpatrick. The next competition for Horse Evaluation will be in the fall.
Davis-Rodgers FFA chapter officers participated in Chapter Officer Leadership Training in Atlantic on June 6th. Student officers from across southwest Iowa received leadership training in advocating for agriculture, officer duties and responsibilities, living to serve, and collaboration nation. The team continued on an officer planning trip to Ankeny where students continued to plan the 2022-2023 Program of Activities and toured the Des Moines Central Campus Agriscience center. The tour includes the greenhouses, classroom, the aviation center, livestock facilities, aquaponics center, and the orchard. The following students attend the experience: Front L-R: Abby Martin, Nora Martin, Vesta Bopp, and Hannah Stearns Back L-R: State SW Vice President, George Martin, Henry martin, Rafe Rodewald, and State President Sam Martin.