Special Election Announcement and Call for Candidates
Mid-Prairie Community School District
In the County of Washington, State of Iowa
You are hereby notified the Mid-Prairie Community School District will hold a special election as a result of a public petition filed with the School Board Secretary and the Washington County Auditor’s Office. The special election is for a school board director’s position, with the term commencing at the first school board meeting following the certification of the election results, and ending with the next regular election in November of 2019.
Approximately 1200 students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
92% Staff retention rate reflecting our employees's sustained commitment
Over 30 athletic teams between the middle and high schools.
80% of favorable staff responses measuring meaningful work and a positive work environment
1,191 parents & guardians receive weekly/biweekly communication
HS Choir | 100 members | 1 student selected for OPUS Honor Choir | Mixed Choir I Rating | Ladies Lyrica II Rating | Honor Choir Attendees | 3 Sold Out Madrigal Performances
Katie Frantz plans to go into the medical field, but is undecided about her college choice.
Kelsi Fair plans to study medical billing and coding at Kirkwood Community College in the fall.
Keaton Duwa plans to attend Kirkwood for Construction Management
Keaton Debler plans to become a mechanic at a school yet to be determined.
Kyle Curry plans to attend Iowa State University to pursue a career as a Meteorologist/National Weather Service Forecaster.
Michael Callahan will attend Kirkwood Community College to become a diesel mechanic.
Jacob Busch plans to attend Kirkwood to become a Physical Therapist.
Blake Burnham's favorite classes at MPHS are all the shop classes and he plans to pursue a career in welding.
Devin Brown plans to pursue a career in computer programming.
Mackenzie Beam plans to attend Kirkwood and the University of Iowa to become a biomedical engineer or police officer.
Mrs. Bell's honors 12 students for meeting their at home reading goal
Mr. Brooks and the 5th grade band presented a concert at MP West.
Mrs. Bender's 4th graders present historical figures