• Help Us Celebrate Red Ribbon Week (JH & HS)

    To celebrate red ribbon week, we ask that the elementary students participate in the following activities: Mon. – “Don’t Live in a Haze(Smoke) and Dodge Drugs/Alcohol” – Wear gray and go to the gym during advisor time for a Dodgeball Tournament. Tues. – “ What Do You Know About Drugs?” Wear red and be ready …
  • Thespian Induction Ceremony

    On Tuesday, October 24th at 6:30pm, our new JH and HS Thespian Troupes will be honoring our first round of inductees! The ceremony will take place in the Fine Arts Center. Thespians is the honors society for those students who participate in drama. The students who are being inducted into thespians have worked very hard …
  • Veterans Day Program

    The Postville High School and Middle School Student Councils will be hosting the 41st annual Veterans Day Program. The Program in honor of all Veterans will be held on Friday, November 11 beginning at 10:00 AM in the high school gym. This year’s Guest Speaker will be Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jay Rekow, a 1995 …
  • Red Ribbon Week Activities

    Oct. 24 – 28 Activities are sponsored by the Student Ambassadors and ASAP representatives. Please Support Red Ribbon Week   Grades – Kindergarten – 6th Monday – “Teaming Up to Be Drug-Free” (Wear Your Favorite Team Jersey/Clothing) Tuesday – “Elect to be Drug-Free” (Wear Red, White and Blue!!!) Wednesday – “Hats off to you for not doing drugs – …
  • Postville High School to Conduct Mock Crash

    Postville High School to Conduct Mock Crash with Postville High School Students Postville High School doesn’t want the class of 2016 going out in a crash; therefore, the high school is sponsoring a mock car crash on Wednesday, April 20, 2016.  The mock crash aims to send a hard-hitting reminder of the dangers and consequences …
  • High School FBI Assembly

    April 13, 2016   On Tuesday, April 12th, FBI Victim Specialist, Karen Gale spoke to grades 7-12 on internet safety.  Karen discussed topics with the students regarding online predators, sexting, and cyberbullying.   Karen has been a Victim Specialist with the FBI for ten years.  She works with victims of federal crimes such as bank …
  • Postville Carnival

    When:  March 11th 7-9 PM Where: High School Gym Who: All Ages Events: Bounce House, Face Painting, Games This event is a promotional event for the Senior Class
  • Holiday Food Drive

    The National Honor Society held a Holiday Food Drive to help our local food pantry last December.  Students brought non-perishable food items and/or paper products to school. A High School class competition was held to see which homeroom contributed the most.  The top homerooms in grades K-6, and 7-8 were rewarded. Donation Totals 2015-16: 800+ 2014-15: 470 2013-14: 800+ HS Winning …
  • Additional Performance of the School Play: “Just Another Snow Day”

    Tuesday, November 24 is the make up performance of the school play. Postville High School Drama Department Presents Just Another Snow Day by Bryan Strachman Get ready for a night of fun! It’s a Snow Day!! In this collection of hilarious scenes, we see how an unexpected day off from school can be an answer …
  • Junior High Play: “I Don’t Have a Clue!” by Craig Sodaro

    Postville Junior High School proudly presents “I Don’t Have a Clue!” by Craig Sodaro “When Carol Robinson throws a laugh-packed murder-mystery dinner party for six friends, hires a moody maid to dish up the three-course meal, and refuses to let guests enter without fishnet tights and fedoras, no one is surprised to find a stranger …
  • Jeans for Teans

    From Monday, February 2 until Thursday February 12, the Junior High Student Council is starting a Jeans for Teens project.  Bring your jeans to school to donate to teens who are less fortunate.  If you bring 5 pairs of jeans you will get a $5 gift card from Aeropostale.  If you have any questions ask …
  • Variety Show (March 5)

    The annual Postville Variety Show will be held on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Postville Fine Arts Center.  A silent auction will begin at 5:00 pm, prior to the show.
  • High School Fall Play

    Alibis by Peter Kennedy Whodunit, howdunit. When famous actress Primavera Donna throws a party and winds up dead, it’s up to the guests to figure out who and how, and why the hired help is so annoying. Shades of Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie, and Ten Little Indians. As the storm outside rages and the body …
  • Assembly: Global Safari

    The Postville Student Ambassador’s are sponsoring a school wide assembly on Wednesday, November 19.  The students will meet in the gym to watch Global Safari. For more information, view their website. High School Schedule For The Day: 1st Period —  8:00-8:30 Assembly —  8:40 – 9:25 2nd Period — 9:35 – 9:56 3rd Period —  Normal for the …
  • Chinese Acrobat Assembly (K-12)

    The Postville Student Ambassador’s are sponsoring a school wide assembly on Friday, September 19.  The students will meet in the gym to watch the Chinese Acrobats. For more information, view their website. High School Schedule For The Day: 1— 8:10-8:40 (30 min) 2— 8:43-9:13 (30 min) 3— 9:16-9:46 (30 min) Assembly 10:00-10:45 4— 10:55-11:44     ( …
  • Senior Field Trip – Reality 101

    The Reality 101 field trip ALL Seniors are going on Wednesday morning is held at the Waukon High School.  They have been doing this for years and it is a wonderful opportunity for students to see what it is like in the real world. The gym is set up with many different stations the students …
  • High School Play

    The Postville High School Drama Department Presents: Robin Hood and His Merry Men By: Richard Gremel Prince John has decreed that the citizens of Nottingham pay weekly taxes or face the penalty of death. His decrees are enforced by the evil Sheriff of Nottingham. The citizens think that all hope is lost until they hear …
  • Diversity Celebration

    The Postville High School hosted a Diversity Celebration on March 14, 2014.  
  • Holiday Food Drive by National Honor Society

    November 26, 2013 The National Honor Society collected non-perishable food items and/or paper products for the school’s annual Holiday Food Drive.  The food received was donated to the Postville Food Pantry.  PCS students/staff contributed over 800 items to the Postville Food Pantry! The Cora B. Darling Building top two classrooms were Mr. Olsen with 62 …