August 6, 2019

SIOUX CITY, IA (Aug. 6, 2019)—Last spring, the Northwest AEA Board of Directors approved to move all print services, creative services, and library circulation materials from the Sioux Center building to the Sioux City building beginning on July 1, 2019. This move allows the AEA to achieve greater efficiencies in time and mileage by locating all services in one place. Schools should not see a change in service. Materials and creative service orders may still be dropped off at the Sioux Center office in the Educational Services department. 

Pick-up and distribution days will change for some schools but the number of times the AEA van will stop at each school during the week will remain the same. Please find the new routes for the 2019-20 school year. If there are questions regarding your school’s delivery, please contact Katy Evenson, director of educational services, media, and technology, at


With offices in Sioux City, Sioux Center, Cherokee, Denison, Le Mars and Onawa, Northwest Area Education Agency (AEA) works in partnership with public and accredited private schools in a 10-county area of northwest Iowa to help assure that all children reach their full potential. The AEA provides special education support services, media and technology services, a variety of instructional services, professional development and leadership to promote school improvement. The Iowa General Assembly created the state’s AEA system in 1975. It is widely regarded as one of the finest in the country. For more information about Northwest AEA, visit

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