Announcements

Lab School parking changes

Visitors will no longer be given access through Osborn Gate to park in Lot 43. Visitors will now need to park in the Memorial Union or other visitor parking spaces on campus. If parking in the Memorial Union, the Lab School can validate their parking by making arrangements at the time an appointment is scheduled.

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ISU Child Development Laboratory School achieves 5-star rating: Iowa State's Child Development Laboratory School once again achieved a 5-Star rating through the Iowa Department of Human Services Quality Rating System. It has been a 5-Star program since 2010. The ISU Child Development Laboratory School offers full-day, year-round programs for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers while serving as an exemplary early childhood education model for ISU students preparing to be early childhood teachers, administrators, and child and family specialists.



College of Human Sciences publishes HS Matters Magazine: The Iowa State University College of Human Sciences distributed the spring 2018 edition of HS Matters Magazine to 53,500 subscribers. This edition features research on how to maximize the nutritional benefits of vegetables, solutions for STEM learners with congenital blindness, and more.





Apply by April 28 for unpaid internship or student teaching scholarships summer 2019: Qualified undergraduate students in the College of Human Sciences are eligible to apply for scholarships to aid with the cost of living during their unpaid internship or student teaching experience during summer 2019. Awards range from $1,000 to $2,000.





Find campus resources, travel updates, FAQs on COVID-19 website: Iowa State University is monitoring the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, there are no reported cases of COVID-19 on Iowa State's campus or in the state of Iowa, and our overall risk remains low. Stay up to date on Coronavirus safety by monitoring Iowa State's website.



Parents can visit their kids at the Lab School

Just a reminder that parents can visit their child at the Lab School — to have lunch with your child, assist with a field trip, or simply help with a classroom activity. You may also observe your child from the observation booths attached to each classroom.

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