Welcome to the Iowa-Grant School District.   Our Mission is to work in partnership with the community to empower all students to reach their full potential as responsible individuals who strive for life-long learning to successfully compete in an ever-changing global society.

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Remember that Noon dismissals on Friday will continue
throughout the 2020-2021 school year!


By State and Federal law, we are required to take a school census each year as well as try to find any suspected handicapped children we should be serving. The purpose of the annual census is to count the exact number of children, aged birth to twenty-one, residing in the school district. We are also interested in knowing if parents suspect their child to have any special problems or needs. State and Federal legislation require the Child Find efforts be made to locate all children who might benefit from special education services. This year, we will be collecting the information electronically. Please click here: to submit your family's information electronically. Include all children in your home, ages birth to twenty-one. Only one form per household is needed. (If you fill it out electronically you do not need to also complete a paper copy.) Paper copies will be available at the building offices. If electing to complete the paper version, please return it to the school building where your children attend or return it to the district office: 498 County IG, Livingston, WI 53554. It is very important that we know which village or township you reside in as this is how we report census to the State of Wisconsin.

We ask your cooperation in answering these census questions. It will take only a few minutes of your time and all information will be confidential.

Dear IGSD Parents and Guardians, 

Iowa-Grant School District continues to be committed to in-person learning for as many days as possible.  However, there was considerable discussion as to whether the district should pivot to district-wide virtual learning for the week after spring breakThe decision has been made to offer in-person learning directly following spring break on April 6th.  The options to learn virtually or in-person will be available for the remainder of the year, but flip-flopping is highly discouraged. 

Up until this decision, the District had been advising those who travel to quarantine in accordance with CDC guidance.  We still encourage following CDC guidance, but we will not mandate quarantines based upon travel destination.  For those who have decided to travel domestically, please refer to the guidelines provided by the CDC.  

**Please remember that students should stay home if they have any COVID symptoms.  Also, if other household members are sick, not feeling well, symptomatic, waiting for test results or waiting to be tested; students should be kept home.** 

If you have any questions/concerns about whether your child(ren) should come to school, please call prior to sending them.   

The count for Iowa-Grant’s COVID positive cases thus far this school year is fourteen staff members and twenty-nine students.  Of those cases, we have one student  currently recovering.  We have additional individuals who were close contacts and are quarantined because of contacts at home, school, or in the community.  

As always, at any moment our in-person learning could pivot to virtual learning if we have multiple positive staff/students.  We are closely monitoring things and will provide you with updates if anything changes or further steps are necessary. If you have questions about COVID-19 or need to report a positive case of COVID-19, please do not hesitate to contact our Nurse Sharon Friederick at sfriederick@igs.k12.wi.us.   My email address is shubbard@igs.k12.wi.us.  


Stephanie Hubbard, Superintendent IGSD


608-943-6311 ext 3018

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The state report cards are out ~ IGEMS is a 5 star school! 

Image of Sign Congratulating IGEMS on Being a 5-Star School

Each Fall, the Office of Educational Accountability (OEA) at the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) issues Accountability Report Cards for schools and districts in Wisconsin. The report cards present key information related to outcomes for students as measured by statewide assessments, attendance, staying in school, and high school completion.  Whole school performance cannot be captured in any one report, but we are very proud of our students, staff and community for the work that they do each day to help us reach for those 5 stars!

Iowa-Grant District Report Card 2018-19
Iowa-Grant District Report Card 2018-19 - Detailed
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