(641) 637-4187 2163 135th Street, New Sharon, IA 50207


North Mahaska Community School District

In order to keep connected with the community our administration serves to further the educational goals of our students and staff in the North Mahaska School District. Our purpose is to enhance the learning environment by managing the budget, setting forth goals and objectives, hiring and evaluating staff and communicating with the greater community.


Welcome to North Mahaska Schools! I am excited to serve the district as your interim superintendent. With caring staff, excellent facilities and a supportive community, North Mahaska Schools is an incredible place for students to learn and grow. This district has enjoyed a long-standing reputation of excellence that is built on high expectations for our students and staff. With our mission to prepare students to be positive, productive citizens with the passion and skills for lifelong learning, I invite you to partner with us. Together we will strive to make each and every year a great one to remember at North Mahaska.”

- Tim Veiseth, Superintendent


Tim Veiseth

Phone: (641) 637-4187 ext. 1654
Email: veisetht@nmwarhawks.org

Jr/sr high principal

Josh McCollam

Phone: (641) 637-4187 ext. 1652
Email: mccollamj@nmwarhawks.org


Amber Goemaat

Phone: (641) 637- 4041 ext. 1652

Recent Administration News

North Mahaska: Protect Young Eyes Presentations

North Mahaska: Protect Young Eyes Presentations

North Mahaska has the opportunity to host "Protect Young Eyes." The goal of this organization is to help families, schools, and churches create safer digital environments. Student presentations will be given April 13, 2023 to students K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. The...

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Administration Changes coming to NM

Administration Changes coming to NM

North Mahaska School Board met Monday to interview an internal candidate for the interim superintendent’s position. The board previously accepted the resignation of school superintendent Angela Livezey effective June 30, 2023 at its March 27 meeting. The board...

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