100-Year Celebration at Northwest AEA

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August 23, 2017
Northwest AEA invites the public to its 100-Year Celebration of the Sioux City AEA building. It will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 30 from 4:30 to 6 p.m.

The building at 1520 Morningside Avenue in Sioux City was built in 1917 by architects Beuttler and Arnold. It originally served as East Junior from 1917 until 1973 when the school moved to another Morningside location. Thousands of students from the Morningside-area of Sioux City were educated in the original building.

The former Western Hills AEA began operations in the building in 1975. Western Hills AEA merged with AEA 4 in Sioux Center in 2006 to become Northwest AEA, which now serves 10 counties, 35 school districts and approximately 45,000 children. 

We will hold public tours of the building and enjoy an ice cream social, with Culvers providing their frozen custard. The Siouxland Chamber of Commerce will do a ribbon cutting, and the media is invited. 
Liz Determan, Communications Coordinator
ldeterman@nwaea.org, (712) 222-6003