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  • Scott Kibby Liberty High School, located in North Liberty, will open as a comprehensive 9–12 high school for the 2017–2018 school year. Liberty High will open with a capacity of 1000 students in August 2017, with a complete academic wing, two indoor gyms, an auditorium, a media center, and outdoor practice fields. In 2019, all other outdoor practice fields will be completed. In 2022, the 500 student classroom addition will be completed.

Liberty Newsletter



  • ALICE Training Opportunity

    The Iowa City Police Department (ICPD), in partnership with the Iowa City Community School District, will conduct voluntary ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training for parents, as well as students in junior high and high school. ALICE Training provides preparation for individuals to effectively react during an aggressive intruder or active shooter situation.

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  • Get Moving for Healthy Kids Annual 5K and Youth Track & Field Events

    Join race ambassador Tim Dwight and Herky for this year's Get Moving for Healthy Kids walk/run on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at City High School. Get Moving for Healthy Kids is the annual walk/run event with a dual purpose — as its name implies. The event promotes and supports Healthy Kids Community Care, our area school-based health clinics. These clinics provide basic health care for children without adequate access to the health care most of us take for granted. The second purpose is to promote activity and exercise for our children (and adults too!).

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  • 1st Annual RUN CRANDIC, Sunday, April 29

    The community is invited to participate in the 1st Annual RUN CRANDIC on Sunday, April 29th, 2018. Choose the 5K, half marathon, or marathon between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. All proceeds from this race will benefit the Iowa City and Cedar Rapids community school districts.

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  • 2017-18 District Calendar Update

    As a reminder, this year there were hours built into the District calendar to accommodate potential inclement weather. Due to this, there will not be a need to make up the snow day that occurred on February 9, 2018. As it stands, the last day of school for the 2017-2018 school year is May 30, 2018. To view the full District calendar, please visit www.IowaCitySchools.org/Calendars.

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  • English Language Arts Curriculum Review Survey Is Now Open

    The Iowa City Community School District is reviewing the English Language Arts program, and we need to hear what teachers, administrators, students, and parents think about the program. Your feedback will help us determine the strengths and limitations of the English Language Arts program, so we can make any needed improvements.

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