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The first day of the 2015-2016 academic year in the Davenport Community School District will be Monday, August 24th. Our families are busy with summer vacations and time spent with loved ones. We want to make it easy for you to find the basic registration information that you need to help you plan ahead and ensure that you have everything taken care of before your student’s important first day of school. You can find detailed information and answers to questions on our website at 2015-2016 Registration Information.
For a list of registration dates and time, please check out our DCSD 2015 Registration Schedule.
Congratulations to the North High baseball team for advancing to the Iowa State Tournament! This is the team’s third trip to State in the last four years. The Wildcats defeated the Central High Blue Devils in the Substate Final and will face Cedar Rapids Kennedy on Wednesday at Principal Park in Des Moines at 5:00. Good luck at state!
To see more photos from the game, please visit this North High School web page: http://www.davenportschools.org/north/summer-sports/baseball/
Many children in our district won’t have the school supplies they need on the first day of school. 68% of our students are eligible to receive free or reduced lunches. It’s easy to help! The Quad Cities First Day School Supply Drive will hold its Iowa postal carrier collection on Saturday, August 8, 2015. Just place your donation of school supplies for Davenport Community Schools students in a box or plastic bag, if it’s raining, by your mailbox and your postal carrier will pick up it up as part of his or her regular rounds. Some of the supplies students need include: spiral notebooks, pencils, colored pencils, pens, crayons, loose-leaf notebook paper, washable markers, hand sanitizer, backpacks, scissors, erasers, pencil boxes, and other basic supplies. If you miss the postal carrier’s collection, it’s still not too late to help. Whitey’s Ice Cream locations at 1230 W.
Stepping Stones students visited Youth Fest today, on a pleasant morning where temperatures stayed just below 70 degrees. Youth Fest is an annual event that takes place at Fejervary Park and is organized by the City of Davenport Parks and Recreation Department. Students enjoyed the fun and educational event, engaging in art and music activities, a petting zoo, STEM activities, learning labs, and many other fun stations. Enjoy today’s photo gallery! To learn more about Stepping Stones, visit http://www.davenportschools.org/steppingstones/
Please enjoy the following “look back” video that features members of the Class of 2015 as they recall their favorite experiences at Davenport Community Schools and talk about their plans for the future. We wish them all the best as they begin their adult lives!
After months of intensive research and success at regional- and affiliate-level competitions, Mickey Sloat, a student from Central High School in Davenport presented her project at the annual Kenneth E. Behring National History Day contest, held at the University of Maryland College Park Campus in the Washington, D.C. area June 14-18. This was Mickey’s fourth trip to nationals and her hard work and dedication this year earned her 6th Place for her Senior Individual Performance: “Leadership on the Cyber Sea: The Legacy of Admiral Grace Hopper”. She also received the Outstanding Entry in American Naval History award.
Meredith Tangen, head of the business department at West High School, was selected to receive an Iowa Association for Career and Technical Education Award (ACTE). The award was presented at a special ceremony at the Iowa ACTE Conference on June 23, 2015 at the FFA Enrichment Center, Ankeny, Iowa.
The award recognized Career and Technical Education teachers with 3 to 5 years of experience at the middle, high school, or post-secondary levels who have made significant contributions toward innovative and unique career and technical education programs and shown a professional commitment early in their careers.
Ms. Tangen was nominated for this award for her professionalism in representing her school’s business program within the high school and in working with local industry leaders to arrange job shadow opportunities for students, an annual Financial Literacy Fair, and other community partnerships designed to offer students opportunities for problem-solving and collaboration.