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Congratulations to Kaitlyn Martin and Shelby Heisler,

Winners of the Dole Fruitapalooza Poster Contest!


CCA Kindergarten Round-up

All parents in the Clear Creek Amana School District who have children who will be five years old on or before September 15, 2016 and are planning on sending their childrento school in August, 2016 are asked to call the elementary school their child will beattending.If you reside in Iowa County, please call 622-3255. If you reside in Johnson County, please call 828-4505 (Clear Creek Elementary) 626-3950 (North Bend Elementary) or 545-2081(Tiffin Elementary). If you are not sure which school attendance area your home is in you may call any ofthe numbers for assistance in determining which school your child will be attending. If you know of someone who lives in the Clear Creek Amana School District, and has a child who will be five years old by September 15, please ask him or her to call theAmana Elementary School at 622-3255, Clear Creek Elementary School at 828-4505,North Bend Elementary School at 626-3950 or Tiffin Elementary at 545-2081. Kindergarten Round Up for the Clear Creek Amana Community School District will beon Wednesday, March 23. More information about Kindergarten Round up will bemailed from your child's future attendance center closer to that date.

Welcome to our brand new Tiffin Elementary!

Our elementary is the 4th elementary in our district with other schools being:  Amana Elementary in Amana, Clear Creek Elementary in Oxford and North Bend Elementary in North Liberty.  We are excited about the beginning of the year and are expecting about 350 students on September 1st.  We will have students from North Bend and Clear Creek elementary schools as part of our school community.  We will open up with three sections of preschool, kindergarten and first grade and two sections of second, third, fourth and fifth grades.

Tiffin elementary has four pods with each pod containing two grade levels of students.  Preschool and kindergarten are in one pod, kindergarten, first grade and student supports are in another pod, second grade, third grade and student supports in another pod and fourth grade, fifth grade and student supports in the last pod.  We have library, art, music, physical education, extended learning program, English language learning and student council during the school day.  We also have some after school clubs.

We have a Parent — Teacher Group that started meeting in the spring and would like to invite you to join them for meetings on the second Thursday of each month.

We look forward to an outstanding school year.


Healthy Snacks for School
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Providing healthy snacks for children helps them grow and develop and supports life-long good eating habits. Serving nutritious snacks as part of a healthy diet can help prevent disabling diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. Just as important as serving healthy food items, is serving the right portion. Make sure a snack is a snack small and satisfying. Please avoid sending foods of poor nutritional quality such as cookies, cakes, pastries, candies, fruit roll-ups, ice cream, chips, sodas, and other sweetened drinks.

Following are just a few ideas of healthy snacks and drinks for you to bring to school when it's your turn to provide refreshments for the classroom, parties, birthday treats, and other school activities. If you have questions or other snack ideas, please contact your child's teacher.

  • Fresh Fruit
  • String Cheese
  • Fresh Vegetables
  • Graham Crackers (2)
  • Fruit Juice Bars (w/real fruit)
  • Vanilla Wafers (5)
  • Dried Fruit (low sugar)
  • Whole Grain Crackers
  • Light Yogurt
  • Pretzels
  • Light Popcorn
  • Unsweetened Fruit Cups
  • Celery with Peanut Butter
  • Whole Grain, Low Sugar Dry Cereals
  • Low Fat Cheese
  • Whole Grain, Low Sugar Granola Bars
  • Low-Fat Cottage Cheese Cups
  • Mini Bagels with Fruit Spread
  • Trail Mix (low salt, no candy)
  • Flavored Rice Mini Cakes
  • Finger Sandwiches
  • Turkey and Cheese Rolls
  • 100% Fruit Juice (6 ounces)
  • 100% Vegetable Juice (6 ounces)
  • Bottled Water
  • Low Fat/Fat Free Milk

Let your child help you prepare these nutritious options and experiment with their creativity. For example, how about Fresh Fruit Kabobs, String Cheese Stuffed Celery, Cookie Cutter Sandwiches, or Cheese Cubes on a Pretzel Stick? Show your child that healthy snacks can be fun and tasty.

Before sending any food to school, please check with your child's teacher(s) to make sure there are not classmates with food allergies.