Distance Learning

The Howard-Winneshiek CSD Learning Plan closely follows guidance from the Iowa Department of Education and the Iowa Department of Health, and includes input from staff, students and district families.

The plan prioritizes the health and safety of students and staff, recognizes the importance of in-person learning opportunities — especially for our younger learners — and emphasizes stability of instruction delivery no matter the learning model in use. 

School districts will use one of three models: in-person, hybrid and/or distance learning. Howard-Winneshiek CSD will work closely with experts from Iowa and Howard County Department of Health to decide if and when we need to shift between models depending on the progression of the virus in the Howard community.

As a district we will support the decision individual students and families make regarding the wearing or not wearing of face masks and ask that others be supportive of those choices as well.

Howard-Winneshiek Learning Model  
Location      Learning Plan                      
Crestwood Early Childhood Center

In-Person Learning

Crestwood Elementary (Grades TK - 6th)

In-Person Learning

Crestwood Junior High (Grades 7th - 8th)

In-Person Learning

Crestwood High School (Grades 9th -12th)                               

In-Person Learning

Click on the blue hyperlink to read more about the specific building-level plan. Plans will be updated as the school year progresses, so check back often. The Howard-Winneshiek Learning Model may need to change in as 24 hours. In case of a learning model change, students, families, and staff will be notifies through our school messenger in addition to posts on social media on our website.