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Sensory Room provides students sanctuary from stress

October 18, 2019 North Tama special education instructor Jessica Schults has transformed her classroom into a Sensory Room for students with special needs and those in need of an escape from the classroom. more »»

Fields of Faith brings 500 youth together for lessons in life

October 14, 2019 Though the rain put a damper on the field part, the faith was as strong as ever for the 13th Annual Fields of Faith inside the Union High School gym, hosted by the Union FCA and featuring guest... more »»

Two vacancies highlight school board election

October 10, 2019 The North Tama Board of Education election will be held in conjunction with the local city council election on November 5 as two seats are vacant for the school board this year. more »»

Rausch to run for City Council

October 7, 2019 The 2019 city council election will see one final candidate as Matt Rausch has entered the race before the candidate filing deadline, joining two incumbents and a fellow challenger for three... more »»

Kennedy runs for City Council

October 7, 2019 Traer City Councilman Dahn Kennedy has announced she will not run for re-election after eight years after eight years in office, yet another woman named Kennedy hopes to occupy a seat after November... more »»

Wolfe final candidate for City Council

October 7, 2019 Jay Wolfe will be the fifth candidate running for Traer City Council in the November election, running a platform of experience as a business owner. more »»

North Tama introduces brand new Tech Team

September 20, 2019 North Tama High School has created a new Tech Team club headed up by Levi LaRue, the district’s new Technology Integrationist, and Keith Kennedy as the group has already begun providing services to... more »»

International Dot Day at North Tama

September 19, 2019 Ten years ago, North Tama Chorus Director tweeted out the first Dot Day in celebration of Peter H. Reynold’s book “The Dot. more »»

Corbin continues hitting the greens at age 98

September 16, 2019 Richard Corbin may be 98 years young, but that hasn’t stopped him from going out to Traer Golf and Country Club to off the greens and enjoy an afternoon on the course. more »»

North Tama FFA wins second in Big A Challenge

September 6, 2019 The North Tama FFA team were awarded the second place prize of $1,500 in the Iowa FFA Chapter Wins Pioneer® Brand A-Series Soybeans Big A Challenge presented by Pioneer. more »»

Holbach begins first year as Instructional Coach

September 6, 2019 Those used to seeing Katey Holbach in the junior high wing for English courses will instead find her in a new position as North Tama’s Pre-K-12 Instructional Coach this school year. more »»

Meister prepared for year two as North Tama secondary principal

August 30, 2019 Andrew Meister had heard much about North Tama for several years before being hired as Secondary Principal last year. more »»

Meet your new North Tama teachers for the 2019-20 school year

August 26, 2019 Brittany Mease Hometown: Truro, IA Numbers of years teaching: First year teaching College and degree: Iowa State University, Bachelors in English Education Classes you'll be teaching: Seventh grade... more »»

Happiness Walk finds its merry way into Traer

August 23, 2019 Paula Francis of Vermont has seen plenty of walking, 8,200 miles since 2012 to be exact, for one main purpose: to see what makes people happy. more »»

Hometown Foods put up for sale by owners

August 15, 2019 Traer’s only grocery store, Hometown Foods, is up for sale by owners Lyndon and Joani Johnson along with their four other locations as the couple hopes to spend more time with loved ones. more »»

Pokorny gains understanding of government at Girls State

August 12, 2019 North Tama High School was represented at Girls State at Drake University July 16 through July 23 by two students entering their senior years: Sabryna Rigel and DaLynn Pokorn. more »»

Rigel builds confidence, skills at Girls State

August 2, 2019 North Tama High School was represented at Girls State at Drake University July 16 through July 23 by two students entering their senior years: Sabryna Rigel and DaLynn Pokorn. more »»

LOST impact continues in Traer

July 26, 2019 Since 2003, Local Sales Option Tax (LOST) has provided the City of Traer with additional funds from the state of Iowa to go back into the community in a variety of areas, including community... more »»

Rigel prepares for Marine Corp career

July 22, 2019 Even as a young child, Jordan Rigel of Traer entertained the thought of joining the U.S. military. more »»

PaySchools Central up and running for school district

July 19, 2019 North Tama CSD will move to a new school payments system, PaySchools Central, in order to make school registration, checking on lunch accounts and other school finances easier for parents in the... more »»



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