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FARRAGUT -- Nisnabotna High School
General Information Special Information
Classroom Address:
Nisnabotna High School
PO BOX 36
907 HARTFORD AVENUE
FARRAGUT, IA 51639
Fremont County
Phone: (712) 385-8131
Fax: (712) 385-8135
URL: http://www.farragutschools.org

District Office:
FARRAGUT COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT
907 HARTFORD AVENUE
PO BOX 36
FARRAGUT, IA 51639
Fremont County
Phone: (712) 385-8131
Fax: (712) 385-8135
Community College Region: 13
Node: 475
Fiber Phone: 464
Fiber Fax: 464
Site Limitations: Open Access
Site Type: Standard
Operational Status: Active
Authorized User: K12
Location: K12
Room Use Fee: $0
Comments: Formerly Farragut Senior High School.
ICN Scheduler/Contact Information
Primary Local Site Contact:
Jay D. Lutt, Superintendent
712-385-8131
712-385-8135
jlutt@farragutschools.org
Regional Scheduler:
Lisa Walker
Work : 712-325-3252
Fax : 712-325-3721
lwalker@iwcc.edu
ICN Classroom Facilities Information
General Room Layout:
Seating Capacity: 35
Seats in Camera View:
Location of Light Switches: Side
Windows: Yes
Building Entrance: Main entrance to HS, then through Media Ctr.
Posted Directions to Room:
Directions to Room: NE concourse door through media center
Handicapped Accessible: unknown
Parking: Free -
Air Conditioning: No
Location of Node Controller:
ABS Switch:
ABS Switch Location:
Circuit Breaker Location: Circuit Breaker Contact: Room Restrictions:
ICN Classroom Equipment Information
Special A/V Equipment:
Chalkboard/Display Board: Yes
VCR:


Cameras:


Microphones:
Other:


Internet Connection: In the room

Comments: Pentium PC
Classrooms in District
ICN Classrooms in this District:

FARRAGUT -- Nisnabotna High School
Other Institutions in this District:

FARRAGUT -- FARRAGUT COMM SCHOOL DISTRICT
FARRAGUT -- FARRAGUT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
FARRAGUT -- NISHNABOTNA HIGH SCHOOL

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