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  • Central High School
    Principal: Scott McKissick
    1120 Main Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52803
    Phone: (563) 323-9900
    Fax: (563)324-9129

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    IOWA SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS PROGRAM STRENGTHENS LEARNING CONDITIONS
    Davenport Central High School Outlines Early Successes and Long-Term Plans for Future

    Davenport – The past year and a half has been filled with positive momentum atCentralHigh School. Since being selected to participate in The Iowa Safe and Supportive Schools (IS3) program, a leadership team consisting of students, parents, community members and faculty has been busy conducting surveys, analyzing data and creating implementation plans for projects designed to strengthen the learning environment at Central.

    In March 2011, Central was selected to participate in an important US Department of Education program designed to measure and improve statewide conditions for learning. The Iowa Safe andSupportiveSchoolsprogram focuses on school safety, student engagement and overall school environment.Iowawas just one of eleven states selected to receive additional funding for such a program.

    In May 2011, confidential surveys were completed