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Iuka Grade School will welcome students back to school on August 19th. We will have early dismissal at 2:15. The IGS PTO will be hosting a Back-to-School at the Pool Extravaganza on Sunday, August 14 for all Iuka Grade School families. There will be a cookout at pavilion 7 in the park at 5:30 and swimming at the pool at 6:15. All family members of IGS students are welcome to attend. The annual PTO Open House will be held on Thursday, August 18 from 6:00 to 7:00. Students are encouraged to bring their families, meet their teachers, and bring school supplies. We look forward to another . . .
As you can see, the Iuka Grade School web site is pretty awesome! We work very hard to keep the most up to date information on our page. So, we invite you to take a look now, and then keep checking in with us from time to time; hopefully you'll notice the changes, the new features, etc. Be sure to leave feedback for areas of the website where you can (look for the talking heads icon at the end of the article), that way we know what changes we might need to make. Be sure to check out the activity schedule weekly for upcoming events and the menus and calendars that the are updated monthly. There . . .
As early as 1841, education was available in the luka township, for those children whose parents could afford to pay. It was during this year that Cynthia Cooper, the first teacher in the Iuka community, conducted classes in a "select school” which was held in a log cabin at String Town. The first schoolhouse, which had been previously used as a dwelling, was purchased for school purposes by District No. 2. This building was made of split logs, 16xl8 feet. The first person to be hired to teach there was T. W. H. Miller. The first building built for school purposes only was the Cooper schoolhouse in . . .
A Stroll Thru Time: 1867 - 1992 This is a copy of the Iuka Quasquicentennial Book produced in 1992 to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the Village of Iuka. It is a brief history compiled by the Iuka Community Development Corporation. Cover Part 1: p. 1-50 Part 2: p. 51-100 Part 3: p. 101-120 Part 4: p. 121-140 Part 5: p. 141-160
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