The Eagle Grove Community School District, in partnership with the community,
will promote in all students the knowledge and skills necessary to become
independent thinkers, lifelong learners, and responsible productive citizens.
About Eagle Grove Community School District
The district is composed of four different buildings. The administration building contains the superintendent’s office, office manager, finance officer, technology department, and school board chambers. The administration building is currently undergoing a million-dollar renovation adding new classrooms and making way for our growing district.
The Eagle Grove Elementary is the district’s newest school building and recently underwent adding eight more classrooms. The elementary building houses transitional kindergarten through fourth grade.
Robert Blue Middle School was named after a local attorney and resident of Eagle Grove. Robert Blue was elected as the 30th Governor of Iowa in 1945 (NGA, n.d.). The middle school houses grade fifth through eighth grade.
About Eagle Grove
Eagle Grove Community Schools are located in Eagle Grove, Iowa, which is a town of 3700 people in north central Iowa. The student population comes from Eagle Grove and the surrounding communities. Between all three of the school buildings, the current enrollment for the current school year is around 1100 students.
Eagle Grove might be a smaller community, but it has lots to offer the members and visitors. Within Eagle Grove city limits, individuals can find lots of outdoor recreation at one of it’s seven city parks. On the hot summer days, enjoy dipping your toes in the refreshing water of the aquatic center and plummet down one of the three slides. Eagle Grove is the home of the Wright County Fair and has free admission. The city has many delicious restaurants, dance clubs, and a family-owned furniture store. If you like to walk trails or stay fit, Eagle Grove also has the Three River Trail, a multi-town linked trail system, and a city-owned fitness center, which will be added to starting in March of 2021 (Chamber of Commerce, 2020).