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Central Special Olympians Headed to State

Congratulations to the Central High Special Olympics Basketball Skills competitors on their outstanding competition at North Scott on Saturday, January 23rd. Of the eight athletes who competed in the individual skills competition, five received first place blue ribbons and will be advancing to the state competition at the University of Iowa in March. Athletes (pictured): Jacob Duran (1st place), Claire Bloom (2nd place), Esston Menke (2nd place), Hunter Songaila (1st place), Athen Carrington-Parker (3rd place), Nick Laster (1st place), Jalynn Nunnelly (1st place), and Claire Tibbetts (1st place).…

North Alum Makes Finals in Prestigious Kennedy Center Theater Competition

North High alum, Jordan McGinnis, made it to the finals in the very prestigious Kennedy Center theater competition for college students. Jordan, who was a student in Helen Duranleau-Brennan’s class, was in several North productions and show choir.…

West’s Show Choir Places 3rd Runner Up in Kansas City

West High’s West Connection show choir began their competitive season in Kansas City at the Heart of America Show Choir Competition, which was held at the Sheraton Crown Center and featured choirs from across the Midwest. West Connection started the morning portion of the competition with a strong performance and made the evening finals, finishing 3rd Runner Up.…

Mid City IYC Students Meet with Legislators

On January 15th, the Mid City High Iowa Youth Congress held a meeting with the local State Senators and Representatives to inform them of their bill on Equalizing State Funding for education. Senator Roby Smith and Representative Phyllis Thede attended and listened to the presentation given by Ileaser Parker-Tatum, Ayiana Litt, Chrissy Bein, and Austin Winters. The students were asked questions about the bill and did an excellent job presenting their information to the elected officials. They were complimented by Senator Smith on their bill’s completeness and thorough research.…

Central/Creative Arts Academy Student Band to Perform at International Blues Challenge

Congratulations to Central High and Creative Arts Academy student, Juliana Logan, and her band, A Soul Purpose, who were selected to play in Memphis at the International Blues Challenge Youth Showcase on January 29th. Juliana performed at the Iowa Blues Challenge last year which inspired the Central Iowa Blues Society to invite her to attend the Memphis showcase, a unique opportunity for young musicians to perform for record labels, talent scouts, and fans. As a sendoff for their trip, A Soul Purpose performed at the Col Ballroom.…

Davenport Musicians Participate in SEISTA Honor Orchestra

Several Davenport Community Schools student musicians were selected to be a part of the Southeast Iowa String Teachers Association (SEISTA) Honor Orchestra Selected Students Festival at Bettendorf High School on January 16th: Congratulations to all of the following: Central High School 12th grade: Graham Atkinson, Viola Mitchell Hadden, Cello Michelle Hernandez, Violin 11th grade: Adam Borders, Violin Tyler Browne, Violin Hannah Mandell, Violin Teresa Rossmiller, Violin North High School 12th grade: Nathan Lindsey, Violin Joel Thiessen, Cello 11th grade: Jessica Putnam, Violin 10th grade: Haley Nicholson, Cello West High School 12th grade: Caitlin Eberhart, Violin 10th grade: Tristan Farmer, Violin…

Central Students Qualify for National Microsoft Office Competition with Perfect Scores

Central High students Travis Stanger and Logan Van Itallie submitted the highest passing scores in their exam track in the 2015 Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Iowa State Champion competition and qualified to represent Iowa at the MOS U.S. National Championship in Orlando, Florida, June 28 – 30, 2016, where they can win scholarships up to $3,000. The first place winner will also receive an all-expense paid trip to compete in the 2016 Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship in Orlando August 7 – 10, 2016. Travis accepted the Word invitation where he earned a perfect 1000 points on the test. Logan…

West’s Visual Basic Students Create Programs

West Visual Basic student groups recently created computer programs that reflected their own style ideas and philosophies. Gairren Boisel, Austin Hagendorn, and Alex Huettman created a D&D character generator; the design is fairly simplistic, but the math and complexity of the code is not, requiring countless hours over several weeks and 2400+ lines of code. Owen Robb, Travis White, and Joshua  Fisher created a maze game with five different levels and background music. The final level was extremely difficult, and it included extreme music to go with it. Clarissa Beyer and Hannah Swigart created a quiz game with several challenging…
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