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Tickets for High School Boys' and Girls' Track District Meet (State Qualifying), Thursday, May 13th at WACO.
The IHSAA utilizes HomeTown Ticketing for postseason lead-up and select state tournament events. HomeTown is a digital ticketing platform which IHSAA host schools and spectators must use for listed postseason events.

https://www.iahsaa.org/tickets/

How do I "Opt-In" to receive the School's text messages from SchoolMessenger (text notification service)?

1 .Confirm the text device number(s) are in imported to SchoolMessenger.

  1. Login to PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal.

  2. From the navigational menu on the left side of the page click on the SchoolMessenger link.

  3. Once in SchoolMessenger click on the “Contacts” tab at the top of the page.

  4. Click on one of your Students and verify your correct mobile/cellular phone number is in the field for mobile/cellular phones. If it is not correct change it to the correct number and save it.

  5. Logout of SchoolMessenger and PowerSchool.

2. Text “Y” to 67587 (whichever is correct for your SchoolMessenger account) from each wireless device they wish to receive texts on.

Note: Depending on the data synchronization configuration it may take 24 hours or more for numbers to be 
updated from the district SIS database.

SchoolMessenger Opt In-Out FAQ.pdf


South East Iowa Link (SEIL)

South East Iowa Link

Southeast Iowa Link (SEIL) is a Mental Health & Disability Services (MHDS Region comprised of eight counties. Each county has a local access office where people may apply for service funding, receive referrals and get questions answered. The local Coordinator of Disability Services (CDS) or other staff is available to assist applicants.

The services funded by the SEIL Mental Health and Disability Services Region can be found on our Services for Everyone page.



Are you interested in purchasing a Columbus Community High School Yearbook?  
Click the link below.

Buy a yearbook!


Department of Education - Iowa School Performance Profiles

Under state and federal law, Iowa is required to publish report cards reflecting every public school’s performance on multiple measures.  These Iowa School Performance Profiles help stakeholders understand how their schools are serving students, as well as identify those schools that require support and improvements provided by the state.  Report cards and designations were recently released to the public.

This year, Columbus Community School District is proud to celebrate their performance in all three schools:

  • Roundy Elementary moved up from the Acceptable category last year to a designation of COMMENDABLE.
  • Columbus Junior High received a designation of ACCEPTABLE.
  • Columbus High School received a designation of COMMENDABLE.

No schools in the district require targeted support or improvement at the state level.  This is great news!  Congratulations to the students, staff, and community on these achievements!

To view the data and information provided on the Iowa School Performance Profiles, please use the link below.

Department of Education - Iowa School Performance Profiles
Iowa Schools Performance Profiles

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