The Nevada School Foundation is again proud to present TRIVIA NIGHT with this month’s theme of Spring Break on the Beach on Saturday, March 7th. Doors open at 6pm; trivia starting at 7pm at Gates Hall. We will also be collecting cans and bottles to help fund the Central Elementary EK-4th grade Tree Planting Project for Earth Day. The best decorated table/costumes wins a free night of future trivia for each team member. Admission is $12.50/person (8 players max per team); $75.00 minimum/table for fewer than 6 players. Fee is tax-deductible. No spectators. Reserve a table for your team through Signup Genius: https://tinyurl.com/y4kbdpza
We understand that the Novel Coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, is causing much anxiety in our community, state and the world. Nevada Community School District is working closely with Story County Public Health and the Iowa Dept. of Public Health (IDPH) to ensure the health and safety of our students and staff.
What Is Known
- The virus causing COVID-19 is a new coronavirus that has not been previously identified, and causes a respiratory illness ranging from a mild cold-like illness to severe respiratory disease.
- Similar to influenza, the people who are most likely to have severe disease and complications from COVID-19 are believe to be the very old, very young and those with other chronic or underlying medical conditions.
- There is no vaccine or treatment currently available for COVID-19, so prevention is very important.
- Currently, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Iowa according to the IDPH (March 5, 2020).
How the Virus Spreads
- COVID-19 is believed to spread primarily the same way the common cold or flu spreads—through respiratory droplets that are produced when someone coughs or sneezes.
- People who are most at risk of becoming infected with COVID-19 are those who have been in close contact (within about 6 feet) with someone who has the disease.
- People are thought to be most contagious when they are most symptomatic (the sickest).
What You Can Do Now
- Keep children home when they are sick.
- Students (and parents/guardians) who are ill, especially with acute respiratory symptoms (not allergies or chronic conditions), should stay home.
- Teach your children to always cover their cough and sneezes with a tissue or elbow.
- Remind them to wash their hands with soap and water (or use hand sanitizer) after they touch their face, use the restroom and before they eat.
- Tell children to avoid touching their mouth and nose since that is how germs get into the body.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects (everyday household disinfectants are fine).
- Enhance cleaning of high touch surfaces like door knobs, toilet handles and sink handles.
- Wash their hands frequently and to keep their hands away from their nose, mouth, and eyes
- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or upper arm/elbow
- Contain germs by staying home when ill The District continues
Nevada High School Drama presents their Spring Musical, Bye Bye Birdie! Rock star Conrad Birdie is the biggest thing to top the charts. Women love him, men want to be him and teenage girls around the country scream with glee at the mere mention of his name. But when the United States Army drafts Birdie, manager Albert Peterson sees his meal ticket preparing to fly the coop (much to the delight of longtime love Rose Alvarez, who can’t wait for Albert to ditch the music biz and become something respectable, like an English teacher). Join us this weekend to find out what happens to Conrad Birdie!
ShowtimesFriday, March 6, 2020 at 7PM Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 7PM Sunday, March 8, 2020 at 1:30PM Josephine Tope Community Performing Arts Center 1001 15th Street, Nevada, Iowa, 50201 Tickets are $10 for Reserved Admission $7.00 for General Admission Tickets available at the door, or online here. Synopsys excerpt from Broadway.com.
Nevada Community School District is excited to announce that Vanessa Huber has …
The Nevada Food for Thought program will be offered again this summer! This program is run by YSS and United Way and partners with the school. It is a summer program for students who have completed EK-8th grades. It runs from June 15 – July 23 and will be held at the middle school. Breakfast and lunch are provided for all students. The time is 8:15am - 12:15pm and transportation is provided. You will need to fill out the registration form attached and return it to the Central or Middle School offices by April 5th. There will also be paper copies available in each office and at school during conferences. Any questions you have can be directed to Kalli Kennel at KKennel@yss.org. 2020 Food for Thought Registration Form