Human Resources Department
Employing nearly 2,500 people, the Davenport Community Schools serve over 16,000 students in four communities: Blue Grass, Buffalo, Davenport, and Walcott. Nowhere else in the area do so many people, from so many different walks of life, come together each day to learn and work for the good of all. Thank you for your interest in learning more about this great learning community.
Human Resources Links:
Bargaining Unit Contracts:
- Secretarial Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Custodial Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Food Service Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Maintenance Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Para Educator Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Teacher Bargaining Unit Agreement
“I believe that the Davenport Community Schools is one of Iowa’s Leaders in Education. The skills that are taught to the “novice” learner are the skills that will resonate in them as contributing adults. Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Physical Education and the Arts are the vitamins for a healthy mind and body. Each of these subject areas work in congruency with each other as I have witnessed with my own three children. Students of diverse backgrounds have worked as part of the learning environment. Understanding cultures as a part of the learning structure only enhances the educational experience. The Davenport Commmunity Schools offers a well-rounded solution to an ever changing society.”
– Phyllis Thede, State Representative, Secretary at Williams Intermediate, and Parent of DCS Graduates
The Davenport Community School District (“DCSD”) provides equal educational and employment opportunities and will not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, ancestry, or actual or potential parental, familial, or marital status. DCSD will take affirmative action in recruitment, appointment, assignment, and advancement of women and men, members of diverse racial/ethnic groups, and persons with disabilities for job categories in which any of these groups of people are underrepresented. Inquiries related to this policy may be directed to the DCSD Director of Assessment, Equity and Record Services. Inquiries may also be directed to the Iowa Civil Rights Commission, the Region VII Office of the United States Equal Employment Opportunities Commission, or the Region VII Office of Civil Rights, United States Department of Education.