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Iroquois CUSD #9 will conduct a Breakfast Summer Food Service Program for Children ages 1 through 18 years of age. The meal will be served free of any cost to the Children
Breakfast will be served Monday –Thursday, June 5th - June 29th at the Nettie Davis School, starting at 7:30 – 8:30 A.M. Children should enter through the Main Door off of Fourth Street.
Breakfast will be served Monday – Thursday, June 5th – June 29th at the Glenn Raymond School, starting at 7:30 – 8:30 A.M. Children should enter through the East door off of the black top.
On Wednesday, April 19th “The Animal Guy” Bob Tarter presented “Desert Adaptations,” a program about creatures with amazing abilities to thrive in harsh and hot climates around the world. Each of the animals display special skills and physical features that allow them to survive on unique prey, little water, and very few resources. The exhibit included a baby Red Kangaroo, Gila Monster, Harris Hawk, Prairie Dog, and an Egyptian Uromastyx. The two animals pictured above are the Egyptian Uromastyx and the baby Red Kangaroo. The program was funded for Nettie Davis Elementary and Wanda Kendall School by the Unit #9 Academic Foundation.