Adel DeSoto Minburn Community School District
|Adel DeSoto Minburn (ADM) Community School District|
|Type||Local school district|
|NCES District ID||1903150 |
|Students and staff|
|Students||1925 (2018-19) |
|Teachers||126.99 FTE |
|Staff||132.51 FTE |
|Student–teacher ratio||15.16 |
|Athletic conference||Raccoon River Conference|
|Colors||Scarlet and Black |
The district, mostly in Dallas County, has a small portion in Madison County. It serves the Iowa communities of Adel, DeSoto, Minburn, and is located on the west edge of the Des Moines Metro area.
ADM has been recognized by the Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development as a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) innovator and offers high school Project Lead the Way courses in engineering, computer science, and biomedical science, STEM Excellence and Leadership program for middle schoolers, as well as an innovative agricultural technology curriculum, technology course strands focusing on audio/visual editing and design, web and database design, and a middle school Project Lead the Way Gateway to Technology program. Among several notable alumni is Nile Kinnick, Iowa's only Heisman Trophy winner as a scholar and athlete at The University of Iowa in 1939, who attended school in the district until his junior year.
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The district formed on July 1, 1993 as a result of the merger of the Adel DeSoto Community School District and the Central Dallas Community School District.
- ADM High School
- ADM Middle School
- DeSoto Intermediate
- DeSoto Intermediate is located in De Soto, and serves students in grades 3–5.
- Adel Elementary
- Adel Elementary is located in Adel, and serves students in grades PS-2.
ADM High School
- Cross Country (boys and girls)
- Girls' 1968 State Champions
- Swimming (girls)
- Volleyball (girls)
- 1933 State Champions
- Basketball (boys and girls)
- 1970 Class A State Champions
- Swimming (boys)
- Track and Field (boys and girls)
- Girls' 1968 State Champions
- Golf (boys and girls)
- Boys' - 1984 Class 2A State Champions
- Tennis (boys and girls)
- Soccer (girls)
- 1970 State Champions
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- 2020 Wrestling Stat Book
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