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    Congratulations to the Class of 2015 Graduates!

    The 2015 graduates earned a record amount in college scholarships this year! They surpassed $16.3 million in scholarships!

  • Board of Education Approves New C.B. Athletic Complex

    The new complex will become the perfect environment where our student-athletes can excel and a gathering space that will reflect community pride.

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    Council Bluffs Students Selected to be Published in The 2015 Write Touch

    Congratulations to all the students honored in the publication! Keep up the inspiring work!

  • Council Bluffs Community School District Believes in Students

    Click on this banner to read our District mission statement!

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    Click on this banner to find stories about our students.

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Welcome to Council Bluffs Schools

The Council Bluffs Community School District is proud to share this website with our parents, students and community.  Here you can find information and resources as we partner on behalf of student success. facebook_logo twitter_rounded_small

Parents of Middle/High School Summer Program Invited to Take Survey

It’s been a great summer in the Council Bluffs Community School District Middle and High School Summer Exploration Program! Parents of participants are invited to participate in an online survey.  Your feedback will be valuable in our efforts to continuously enhance or programs for students.   Click on the following link to take the survey: Middle […]

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Summer Learning and Summer Lunch Programs Begin June 22nd

June 19th is National Summer Learning Day! Keep your kids motivated throughout the summer with educational activities. The Council Bluffs Community School District’s Summer Learning Program begins Monday, June 22nd, as well as the Summer Lunch Program! To see all of our summer schedules, click on the buttons on the right of the home page.

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Upward Bound and College Access Program Sends Students to Washington, D.C.

During the week of June 14-19, four of our most recent graduates representing the Upward Bound and College Access Program (CAP) at Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln High Schools will have the opportunity to travel to the nation’s capital in order to participate in a study visit focused on international relations. Participating in this unique […]

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