Vision: Columbus Community School District will create learners ready for intellectual work and contributions to a global community.
The district uses the SchoolMessenger notification service to send important information to families through phone calls, emails, and text messages.
To comply with wireless carrier requirements and protect against unsolicited text messages, you may receive an SMS message to the wireless cell phone number that the district has on file requesting that you opt in to receive important information from the district via SMS text message.
The message you receive will be similar to the following:
Columbus Community School District Reply Y for aprx 5 msgs/mo. Txt HELP 4 info. Msg&data rates may apply. Visit schoolmessenger.com/tm"
So that you can continue to receive these important messages from your student’s school district, we encourage you to reply with "Y" or "Yes" or "OPTIN" when you receive such a verification message.
To opt out of all text messages from SchoolMessenger, visit http://www.schoolmessenger.com/txtmsg/ or reply with STOP to the opt-in message that you receive. If you opt in, but decide to opt out later on, you may also reply "STOP" to any message or send "STOP" to 68453.
The school district does not pay for text message charges that may be incurred by you for sending or receiving text messages. Check with your wireless carrier for possible charges.
Teachers, students and parents are encouraged to attend the Iowa Financial Literacy Summit on May 5 in Des Moines. The Iowa Department of Education is hosting this event as part of a broader effort to improve Iowa students' financial literacy skills. The purpose of the summit is to raise awareness that making smart, responsible financial decisions is an important part of a great education; to provide teaching resources to help students meet the financial literacy component of our state standards; and to connect Iowans with community resources and programs that support financial literacy education. Tickets are available through April 21. For more information, including the summit agenda and registration information, visit https://www.educateiowa.gov/event/iowa-financial-literacy-summit.
Columbus Community Schools serve approximately 830 students who reside in the townships of Columbus City, Columbus Junction, Conesville, Cotter, and Fredonia. We pride ourselves on the diversity of our student population as well as the diversity of our curriculum and extracurricular opportunities. Our caring staff and community work side by side encouraging our students to reach their highest potential not only in academics, but also in visual and performing arts, athletics, and many other activities. More...