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Early Dismissal Friday, September 16 - 11:30 AM.

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Get Your Hot Fresh Doughnuts Here!

Do you love Doughnuts?......Yes, yes you do. Help your school and get some delicious Krispy Kreme Doughnuts with our PTO fundraiser. Students will be selling Krispy Kreme Doughnuts from September 13 - 21st. Delivery date for the doughnuts will be September 26th. Doughnuts are $8 per dozen and all funds raised will be used to make your school great! The top fundraising class will be treated to a doughnut party and the top fundraising student will earn $20 cash! Get your  doughnuts today!!!!!!!! Thank you for supporting the Iuka Grade School PTO in our efforts to make your school great. Forms are available by clicking . . .

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Iuka Grade School Remind.com Account

Iuka Grade School now has a  Remind.com  account! Send a text to the number 81010 with the word @iukag and answer a few quick questions and you can get up to the minute information about school. A note with instructions will be sent home on Wednesday. Send a text to the number: 81010 Type @iukag in the message box Hit send!

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History of the Iuka Grade School

Written and Edited by Kenneth E. Beaver and David L. Hock

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 . . .

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The Village of Iuka

......A Stroll Thru Time.

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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