District News

  • Student Safety is Top Priority

    In light of this recent tragedy in Parkland, Florida, we want parents to know that the safety of our students and everyone in our buildings is a top priority. We are grateful for our partnerships with the Council Bluffs and Carter Lake Police Departments, the Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Department and with our school resource officers, who work closely with us to be diligent and in tune with individuals to help our students learn in a safe environment. We encourage students to tell an adult if they see something out of the ordinary on social media or in person. Students should not feel intimidated or embarrassed by sharing concerns. Parents are also encouraged to talk to your children as appropriate to let them know they can share their concerns with you as well. Please visit our page dedicated to Safety & Security, and contact a school administrator with any questions or concerns.

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  • Ronk Earns District’s Highest Honor

    On Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Richard Ronk, a head custodian, received the Council Bluffs Community School District’s Award of Excellence for his quick action that prevented the spread of a fire at Wilson Middle School.

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  • District Launches New Website

    The Council Bluffs Community Schools is proud to present a new website for our parents, students, staff members and community. We wanted to update our site to be more responsive and reflect our innovation and high quality education.

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  • Students Earn First Trimester Honor Roll

    The first trimester for the 2017-18 school year is complete! Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll!

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  • Dr. Murillo Releases Post 100-Day Plan

    In order to commemorate her first 100 days, Dr. Murillo released a Post 100-Day Plan based on the feedback she received.

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