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Boone CSD App and New Website Now Available!

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Boone Community School District now has an App as well as a new website! Check out the video here to learn more information about the app, how to download it, what it offers, and how to allow push notifications to be alerted in real time from the district!

The district website and all of the contents are still located at

Boone CSD's App Launch Video

USDA has extended free meals to children through September 30, 2021. Please see details of the USDA notice.

Lincoln and Page Elementary Virtual Concerts

Right before Spring Break, each of the classrooms of TK, K, and 1st at Lincoln and Page Schools presented and recorded a "virtual concert" during music class. The unique links for each of the 12 concerts have been sent to families of the students in that classroom via SeeSaw and Infinite Campus. If you are a family of one of our TK, K, or 1st grade students and have not received that link, please contact Becky Reger, music teacher at Lincoln and Page Schools and she will assist you. (
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Middle School Speech Contest. Students in Mr. Bruck, Mr. Lehman, and Mrs. Otting's language arts classes competed in a middle school speech contest. This year's topic was, "A Landmark or Symbol that Represents America". Congratulations to all contestants. This year's winners are Hannah Schmidt 8th grade "The Golden Gate Bridge," Delainee Anderson 8th grade "The Declaration of Independence," Carden Nerem 8th Grade "The Bald Eagle." There are more highlights of the event on BMS TV.

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Seniors and Parents

Scholarships are coming due! The Mary Greeley Medical Center Scholarship is due March 24th and the Sigrid E. Puntenney & P.E.O. Chapter NO Scholarship is due March 26th. Keep applying and good luck!

Don't forget about THE LAST DOLLAR Scholarship. This is a state-funded program for Iowans who:

  • Are recent high school graduates enrolling in an eligible program full-time OR recent high school graduates who are enrolling in an eligible program part-time and are employed in an approved work-based learning program OR adult learners (20 and older) starting an eligible program at least part-time
  • Have applied for all other available aid
  • Plan to earn a credential for a high-demand job

This program, as the name implies, is intended to cover any remaining gap between federal and state grants/scholarships and tuition and qualified fees. Credentials include postsecondary certificates, diplomas and associate degrees. Click this link for more information.

You can still find our scholarship page both on the new app and the new website under Boone high school- "parents and students". You can also follow the link below.

The Active scholarship list is the first sheet, showing just the scholarship title, with a link to the application, and the deadline. At the bottom, you can tab to sheet 2. This sheet contains information about each scholarship. It describes the scholarship including eligibility criteria. If you have questions, you can talk with Lisa Jacobson in the Counseling Center or email Start applying and Good Luck!!

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Driver's education class

Interested in signing up for Driver's Ed? With enough interest there will be a class held during spring break right here in Boone. Space is extremely limited so if it is something you are interested in please get signed up ASAP!

The last class of the school year for Driver’s Ed starts on March 29th. The classes that are offered during the school year this year have the flexibility to work at your own pace online. We anticipate this class filling up as well so encourage you to sign up early. If you have questions please reach out to Mr. Bruck at
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Teacher Request Form

The deadline for teacher request forms is April 1st. Please know the district policy discourages parents from requesting a specific classroom teacher and instead asks about the strengths and areas of need for the student.

Boone Hope Foundation

A Message from The Boone Hope Foundation Board: Our organization is dedicated to supporting students, staff, and families within our school district community! We provide assistance in emergency type situations relating to shelter, food, clothing, medical, and transportation. If you or someone you know is in need of our assistance, feel free to reach out via our website (, Facebook page, or you can also reach out to any Hope Foundation Board Member personally.

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High School Activities

Breakfast - March 2021

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Lunch - March 2021

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