“East Sac County Schools empower all students to become productive, responsible citizens of an ever-changing global society.”

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Welcome To East Sac County Community School District

Welcome to East Sac County Schools, we are honored and thrilled you’re visiting our district website! The East Sac County Community School District officially came into being on July 1, 2011, a consolidation of Sac and Wall Lake View Auburn Community School Districts. We are a PK-12 district of approximately 1000 students, with elementary schools (PK-4) in Sac City and Wall Lake, Middle School (5-8) in Sac City, and High School (9-12) in Lake View.

Virtually all school districts have a mission statement; at East Sac County we genuinely attempt to use our mission to drive our actions: East Sac County Schools empower all students to become productive, responsible citizens of an ever-changing global society.
We live this mission by focusing decisions and planning on what appears to be two very simple, straightforward questions: 1) Is this in the best interest of our students? 2) Will this help our students learn and grow? These two questions keep us focused on what is truly important about and in schools – students.

Whether you are a current or former student or parent, district patron, or someone investigating a place to raise your family, know that East Sac County Schools welcomes you.

We are located in Sac County in West Central Iowa. We make up the towns of Auburn, Lake View, Sac City and Wall Lake.

Whether you are a Sac County resident, or considering relocating to our town, we invite you to look around our website and learn about the outstanding educational opportunities we provide to our students.

We think you will find our new website informative, dynamic, and easy to navigate. Our website represents our commitment to connect and engage with our schools and the community they serve.

District Offices of East Sac County Schools
Business Office 801 Jackson
Lake View, IA 51450

East Sac County Administration:
Mrs. Barb Kruthoff -Superintendent/Wall Lake Elementary Principal 712-665-5000 or 712-664-2627
Mr. Mike Fischer, PS-4  Sac City Elementary Principal -  712-662-7200
Mr. Dennis Olhausen, 5-8 Principal (Sac City) - 712-662-3259
Mr. Kevin Litterer, 9-12 Principal (Lake View) - 712-665-5001

East Sac County Board of Education:
Jackie Mahler - President
Chris Rodman- Vice President
Jason Stoltenberg
Ben Wellington
Brent Wilhelm

These schools do not discriminate on the basis of sex in the education program, which they operate. In addition, no discrimination occurs in regard to race, national origin, or the handicapped in any programs of the East Sac County Schools.

Compliance Officer for handicapped programs, multi-cultural, non-sexist, Title IX: Amanda Miller, East Sac County Schools.

Curriculum Overview

This page is designed to inform our patrons of the work being done at East Sac and at the state level on the Iowa Core Curriculum.

PDF of the presentation to the Joint Board meetings on Oct 19th with live links to the videos used.

Website Offers Parents a Look at the Iowa Core Curriculum
Expectations for all Iowa students searchable by content area and grade span
DES MOINES, Iowa – The Iowa Department of Education today announces the launch of a new Iowa Core Curriculum website at www.corecurriculum.iowa.gov.
The purpose of the official Iowa Core Curriculum site is to help Iowa parents and all citizens learn more about the state-wide academic expectations for kindergarten through 12th-grade students.
The website offers a look at the skills and concepts all Iowa students must know under the Iowa Core Curriculum, signed into law by Governor Culver in 2008. This includes concepts and skills in literacy, math, science, social studies, and 21st century learning skills (civic literacy, financial literacy, technology literacy, health literacy, and employability skills). Parents will be able to do customized searches by academic area or by grades.
Superintendents, principals, and other education leaders in Iowa are currently receiving training on how to implement the Iowa Core Curriculum, which must be fully put into practice in high schools by 2012-2013 and in kindergarten through eighth grades by 2014-2015. Iowa’s area education agencies and the Iowa Department of Education have collaborated to provide this training. This cooperation will continue as districts begin to provide professional development directly to teachers on the Iowa Core Curriculum and supportive teaching strategies.
For background information on the Iowa Core Curriculum, please visit the Iowa Department of Education’s website at www.iowa.gov/educate and click on “Iowa Core Curriculum” on the left-hand side of the page.

News release distributed by the Iowa Department of Education on March 25, 2009.

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