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Amy Liss Inspires West Students

Amy Liss speaking at West Amy Liss, who was born prematurely with cerebral palsy, spoke to West High advisory students on May 11th. Amy’s condition hasn’t stopped her from living a good life; her motto is live a “Life of Gratitude with Attitude.” She has appeared on ESPNW and is featured in Julie Foudy’s book, Choose to Matter.Watch this YouTube video to learn more about Amy’s life.…

Students Present Projects in Public Works’ “Showcase of Applied Learning”

Students sharing their project [Show picture list] Davenport Community Schools students had another great year at the “Showcase of Applied Learning” in partnership with the City of Davenport Public Works. Nearly 200 presentations were featured by students from Smart, Sudlow, Walcott, Williams, and Wood Intermediate, as well as fifth-grade students from Hayes Elementary. Projects focused on our use of natural resources and potential solutions to environmental challenges. The event also featured announcements of the Public Work Department’s “Our Water” Photo Contest as well as displays and…

North iJAG Takes First in Banner Competition

North iJAG students North High Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates (iJAG) students attended the Career Development Conference in Des Moines, taking first place out of 32 programs in the banner competition.…

Central/ CAA Artist Earns State Honors

Janiece Maddox with her artwork Central High/Creative Arts Academy (CAA) student, Janiece Maddox, was recently selected as Visual Arts 1st Team in the 2017 Arts Educators of Iowa All State competition. Ninety-three students from across Iowa submitted portfolios consisting of ten works of art and three essays to the All State competition. Nineteen students, the top 20% percent, were awarded Visual Arts 1st team recognition. Janiece was recognized for her honors at an awards ceremony and reception held at the Des Moines Art Center on April 29th.…

West Spanish Club Explores Chicago

Spanish Club in front of "Cloud Gate" sculpture in Chicago West High’s Ms. Lipnick and Spanish Club members went to Chicago for Cinco de Mayo, visiting the Art Institute of Chicago and the Mexican Fine Arts Museum to view one of the most famous Hispanic art collections. The group is pictured in front of the “Cloud Gate” sculpture, informally known as “The Bean,” by Anish Kapoor at Chicago’s Millennium Park.…

UNI Panther Caravan Visits Sudlow

Sudlow students with UNI mascot The University of Northern Iowa Panther Caravan stopped by Sudlow Intermediate, allowing students to meet President Nook, coaches, athletes, and mascot, TC. They heard a great message on sportsmanship, integrity, and hard work. Go here to see the Quad-City Times article about the visit.…

Mid City Hosts College and University Night

Three-point shoot out contenders Mid City High hosted the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Night on May 9th with guest speakers, including Nathan Svare, GEAR UP Iowa; April Murray, Davenport Schools; George Ramsey, Director of Iowa College Tour; and Dr. Henry Brockington, Howard University. The night also included a three-point shootout with Central High’s Tirique Randolph and North High’s Mackenzie O’Brien winning first place.…

Central Environmental Club Recycles and Spruces Up Campus

Central Environmental Club collected cans and bottles Thirty-three members, one of the most in Central High’s history, have been active in Environmental Club this school year. They volunteered approximately 60 hours to recycle an estimated 42,000 cans and bottles, which would stretch out nearly five miles if laid out end-to-end. The club also spent Mother’s Day weekend taking care of Mother Nature by planting 25 new plants in the Main Street flowerbeds as well as cleaning up the beds and Central’s campus.…
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