Sheldon, Iowa — The start of the new school year for Sheldon students and teachers is just over two weeks away, and Superintendent Cory Myer says he’s excited about it.

This will be Myer’s first year as Superintendent in Sheldon, after serving for nine years as Superintendent in a small north-central Iowa school district.

Myer describes Sheldon as a gem.

He talks about his experience prior to becoming superintendent at North Iowa.

Myer says the Sheldon district is doing some great things.

He says that, even though classes don’t start until August 24th, the fall activity season is in full swing.

Mr. Myer made his comments on Tuesday’s KIWA Morning Show with Wayne and Aaron.

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