17 Feb 2020

Eric Pratt

Nik Moser spent nearly a decade learning the ins and outs of the Fort Dodge Community Schools Foundation as an active board member.

Today, the 2001 Fort Dodge Senior High graduate officially returns to the organization as its new director.

“I was fortunate enough to serve on the board for nine years and really see the positive impact it has on the community,” Moser said. “The board believes in the district, its teachers and its students; we’re proud of the work we do, and everything we are able to provide in and around the classroom.

“We offer so much in Fort Dodge that other surrounding communities and schools can’t because of our size and resources. The Foundation plays a pivotal role in that. I’m looking forward to this challenge. I don’t feel like there’s ever been a better time to be a Dodger.”

Moser graduated from Iowa State University in 2005, then moved back to town with his wife, Katie. With three sons now in the district — fifth-grader Sam, second-grader Lou and first-grader Mack — Moser’s investment through his new position is both professional and personal.

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