Anamosa CSD At A Glance
Anamosa Community Schools is a progressive and effective district serving a 134 square mile area in Jones County and eastern Linn County.
District enrollment is currently 1372 students.
We have 115 teachers, 100% who are highly qualified. 77% of our teachers have five or more years of experience. 82% have obtained education beyond a Bachelor’s degree.
To provide opportunities for all students
to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed
to contribute to a rapidly changing, global society.
Our Values and Beliefs
We believe the future is shaped by choice so we will look at what has worked in the past and make informed choices to shape the future.
Students will be provided opportunities to learn at various rates and in different ways.
The district will keep current with staff training, facilities, technology, and approaches including teamwork, communication, and creative thinking to prepare students for the future.
Since society is changing rapidly, we will teach learning skills and facts so students can become lifelong learners.
We will develop and implement strategies that balance technology with social interaction and community.
Parents and community will be informed and involved.
Our Academic Goals
All students will:
Achieve at high levels in reading
Achieve at high levels in math
Achieve at high levels in science
All students will use technology in developing proficiency in reading, math, and science
All students will feel safe at and connected to school
Our Learning Goals
Develop a respect for themselves, others and their environment
Work cooperatively with others in a variety of settings
Be responsible citizens
Acquire the skills necessary to provide a foundation for lifelong learning
Develop the necessary skills to communicate effectively
Solve problems in creative and positive ways.