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Junior Students studying U.S. History researched and created video documentaries on a reform movement from the Progressive Era of American History.
Carolyn Fanz, Tess Vandenhurk-Moran, and Daniel VanOosbree researched the corruption of the Tammany Hall Political Machine in New York City and how corrupt government was attacked by various muckrakers for reform
Alexa Naig, Michaela Rehm and Caige Elbert revealed the awful living conditions of urban America during the Gilded Age and how reformers attempted to take a sociological approach to improving life in America.
Emily Bonstetter, Jacob Kibbie and Taya Meza illustrated how the various conservations reformers transformed the American landscape by creating National Parks and Wilderness areas, and led the way for the modern day environmental movement.
Katie Ruiz, Alison Gould, and Mercedes DePue examined corruption and abuse by big businesses, who used their monopoly power to create an unholy alliance with government. The documentary shows how the economic and political powers of big business were curtailed with new laws supported by progressive reformers.
Wes Brennan, Cooper Hofstad and Nick Chapman researched the troubled conditions of labor at the turn of the century and traced the development of a labor movement that helped create better working conditions in America by legalizing and accepting Labor Unions.
Michael Woodruff, Kiersten Aldous, and Charlotte Wolden examined the corrupt practices of the railroad industry during the Progressive Era and explained how the creation of the Interstate Commerce Act helped reform some of these practices.
The Future Begins Here!
36% of certified staff members have advanced degrees. This compares to 29% statewide.
On the most recent Iowa Youth Survey, 99% of Emmetsburg students responded that they perceive our school as a safe place.
10 years – the average amount of experience the certified staff of the Emmetsburg School District has.
11.2 to 1 – The average student to certified teacher ratio in the Emmetsburg School District.
The average graduate of the class of 2012 at Emmetsburg High School had 17 college credits.
The district provides every student in grades 9-12 with their own laptop computer and a cart with 30 laptops for every grade level in grades K – 8.
The average graduate of the class of 2012 at Emmetsburg High School has earned $2,516.00 worth of college credits at EHS.
The Emmetsburg CSD Food Service Department will need to raise the price of a student lunch from $2.20 to $2.30 to conform with USDA Guidelines. If you have any questions or concerns please contact your student's education center.
This change is effective November 4, 2013.
Please Click on the link below to download and print forms that you might need for Fall 2013 Registration.
2013-14 Sports Information
School Supply List
High School Teachers will provide a list when classes start.
More information will be provided as it becomes available. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Office of the Superintendent this summer.