Athletic update:

Please see the attachment with the section numbers and link below for buying boys tickets at Wells Fargo.  Tickets go on sale at 10am this morning.
 MONTEZUMA FANS - Please purchase tickets in Sections 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120
 Seats will be sold in reserved pod seats ranging for 2-6 seats. Pods cannot be split up and all seats in a pod must be purchased. Tickets are good for the one game and are valid for the game purchased only. All spectators that require a seat (regardless of age) must purchase a ticket.


Here is the public on sale link for state basketball tickets.



An important component of maintaining a safe and secure learning environment is proactively practicing safety drills to ensure our students and staff understand what to do in the event an emergency situation arises during the school day. In addition to practicing fire drills and tornado drills, our school also practices lockdown drills.

At Montezuma Schools, we follow all state regulations and safety protocols with regular practice of fire drills, tornado drills, and lockdown drills each school year. The district works closely with a safety committee to help prepare for these situations. The safety committee is comprised of school leaders, building representatives and school nurse.

What parents should do to prepare for a school emergency?
  • Be sure your child’s emergency contact information is correct on JMC. Notify your child’s school promptly if this information changes. The people on this list are the only ones that can obtain your child during an emergency. Please contact school secretary, Becky Bryan, to update your emergency contact information.
  • Talk with your child about the importance of remaining calm and following instructions in the event of an emergency.
  • Have your child practice his or her full name, address, and phone numbers in order to contact you or other authorized adult in the event of an emergency.
What should parents do during an emergency?
  • Do not call the school until notified
  • Wait for communication via school communication system
  • Tune in to local television or radio stations
  • Check district social media sites for possible updates. These include Facebook and Twitter.
  • Understand that the district may require families to pick up their children at a reunification site other than their school. In this case, please bring your photo ID. The district will communicate the location of the reunification site through the channels provided above.
What should parents do following an emergency?
  • It is important to provide emotional support to a child in the aftermath of a crisis situation.
  • Watch for clues that your child might want to talk, but understand that not all children will want or need to talk about these events. Some children may not express their concerns verbally.
  • Be aware of signs that children might be in distress, e.g. changes in behavior, anxiety, sleep problems, acting out, problems at school or with academic work.
The safety and emergency related issues confronting our school and community are serious. Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we continue to work together to ensure the safest environment for our students, staff, and community.

Montezuma School District

504 N. 4th Street
Montezuma, IA 50171
Phone: 641.623.5121
Fax: 641.623.5733

Non-Discrimination Policy

The Montezuma Community School District will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, marital status and sexual orientation or gender identity. Any person having inquiries concerning the school district’s compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title VII, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 504 or Iowa Code 280.2 is directed to contact the Superintendent of Schools at 641-623-5185, 504 North 4 th St., Montezuma, IA, who has been designated by the school district to coordinate the district’s efforts to comply with these regulations.
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