Administrators gather at the district office for a state-required Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS) training. The intent is to gain a deeper understanding of why students struggle to learn to read. Elementary teachers, including preschool, have also been involved in professional learning as they focus on evidence-based instruction with proven outcomes.
1 day ago, Iron County Schools
Instructor demonstrates a concept.
Administrators in a LETRS training
Utah Food Bank visits many of our schools once a month and sends students home with grocery sacks full of food items. The need for food assistance is a reality for some families. We are grateful for a partnership which ultimately helps our students.
2 days ago, Iron County Schools
food bank
Volunteer handing out food
Volunteers at Fiddlers Elementary
Grocery sacks await students
Reminder: ICSD hosts a vendor presentation from Codelicious, an elementary K-5 Computer Science Curriculum, today, Sept. 14 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the Board Room at 2077 W Royal Hunte Drive. For more information visit:
10 days ago, Iron County Schools
Curriculum presentation
Students at Fiddlers Canyon Elementary commemorate 9/11. Principal Michelle Hall said she recognizes that students are too young to have witnessed that solemn day in history, but it's important for them to still remember. Enoch Elementary Principal Dan Ekker spoke of patriotism and what it means to him. He shared memories of his own father standing tall and saluting the flag. He encouraged students to do the same whenever they see the flag and to also thank the many who sacrifice so much for the country.
12 days ago, Iron County Schools
Raising the flag.
Canyon View High Madrigals
Students participate in the Pledge of Allegiance
Elementary Principal Dan Ekker
Iron Springs Elementary honored former educator Chari Hensler who passed away from cancer in 2021. A mural was created at the school to illustrate important characteristics that she embodied which help students empower others. Family members and mural artist Baylee Wiener were thanked at the school assembly.
15 days ago, Iron County Schools
Iron Springs Principal Nathan Jenkins talks about the mural.
Students participate in the Pledge of Allegiance
Students "catch" a compliment
Family members and the mural artist pose in front of the mural.
Almost famous! Students and community members attending Friday night's football game between Parowan High and Gunnison High might not have noticed the drone capturing video footage. Film Director T.C. Christensen was on the sidelines filming for an upcoming movie about Alma Richards, an Olympic athlete who got his start in Parowan.
17 days ago, Iron County Schools
Film Director T. C. Christensen at a Parowan High football game
Students in the Parowan High stands
Principal Kim Bailey speaks with T.C. Christensen
T.C. Christensen works with the drone pilot.
This year, every school in Iron County School District will be offering free period products in girls’ bathrooms in compliance with recent legislation (H.B. 162). Donated period product dispensers have been installed and will provide high-quality, organic, dignified products for students at no cost. We know that 4 out of 5 girls have missed class, or know someone who has, due to lack of access to period products. Providing these products will allow them to learn, play, and thrive without worry. Parents or guardians are responsible for discussing the need for and proper use of period products with their children. Information has been compiled by the state, and can be accessed at and
17 days ago, Shauna Lund
Period product dispenser
It's Labor Day! All schools and district offices are closed in observation of the national holiday.
20 days ago, Iron County Schools
Labor Day graphic
ICSD will be hosting a vendor presentation from Codelicious, an elementary K-5 Computer Science Curriculum, on Sept. 14 from 4:30-5 in the ICSD Board Room at 2077 W Royal Hunte Drive, Cedar City. For more information visit:
22 days ago, Shauna Lund
curriculum presentation
You can make a difference in a child's life. Apply to work for the Iron County School District.
25 days ago, Iron County Schools
Help wanted sign
It was a sea of pink in the Canyon View High School gym Thursday night. The annual match up between the Cedar Reds and Canyon View Falcons volleyball teams did not disappoint as the two teams united to raise money for a community cancer patient. In the end, Cedar won the match, but both were victorious in raising money for Carrie Norton, who is currently battling cancer. Proceeds from ticket sales, a silent auction and more will be donated to Norton and her family.
29 days ago, Iron County Schools
Teams pose for a photograph
Students cheer at the PINK game
Volleyball players at the net
Volleyball action at Canyon View High School
Members of the Cedar City Council and Mayor Garth Green participate in a coordination meeting with members of the Iron County School District Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Lance Hatch. Items of discussion included the Safe Routes to Schools program, street crossing concerns, growth, SROs in schools, and use of gyms and fields for athletics. ICSD also learned more about the Youth City Council program. All agreed on the benefits of communication between the district and city leaders.
about 1 month ago, Iron County Schools
Members of the Cedar City Council meet with ICSD Board members
Happy Friday! The first week of school is nearly in the books. Remember that Friday is early out.
about 1 month ago, Iron County Schools
Alarm clock with times for early out Friday
Help wanted! School is back in session and ICSD is still looking to fill a few positions. Come work for a great employer with hours that often match school hours. Apply at
about 1 month ago, Iron County Schools
graphic indicating job openings
More than 12,000 students returned to ICSD schools. The first day of school included a red carpet welcome at Canyon View High School, balloon arch photo opportunity at Fiddlers Elementary, high fives from Southern Utah University gymnasts at North Elementary and school tours for new sixth-graders at Cedar Middle School. Welcome back students! We missed you.
about 1 month ago, Shauna Lund
Teacher holding a welcome sign
Touring Cedar Middle School
Rolling out the red carpet
high fives at North Elementary
And they're back! We are so excited to welcome students back to Iron County School District.
about 1 month ago, Shauna Lund
Welcome back message
Welcome back! Teachers from throughout Iron County School District gather at Canyon View High School for Opening Institute. The district welcomes new staff members, recognizes teams of the year and outlines the year's theme.
about 2 months ago, Iron County Schools
teachers at Opening institute
Superintendent Lance Hatch welcomes teachers
Canyon View band provides music
Iron County School District welcomes 50-plus new teachers and staff members. The new hires gathered at the district offices to learn about policies and get technology assistance as they prepare for the beginning of the school year.
about 2 months ago, Iron County Schools
new staff members in training
Superintendent Hatch plays the guitar
New hires pose for a picture
As summer winds down, we wanted to remind you that Southwest Utah Public Health Department will be providing two booster shot clinics before school starts. This will be for Kindergarten Boosters, 7th grade Boosters, and to get caught up if your student is behind on their immunization schedule. The clinic will be held August 10th, 2-4:30pm By Appointment Only and August 15th, 8-10am. To make appointments call the Health Department at (435)586-2437. The Health Department is located at 260 DL Sargent Dr, Cedar City, UT 84721
about 2 months ago, Iron County Schools
Vaccination clinics
Iron County School District administrators gear up for the 2022-23 school year with an all-day training. Topics included an introduction to the 2022-23 theme: The Gold Standard: Mastery of Standards.
about 2 months ago, Iron County Schools
administrators train