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  • Mid City High School
    Principal: Jenni Weipert
    3801 Marquette Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52806
    Phone:  1-563-336-7600
    Fax:  1-563-445-5955

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Conditions for Learning Survey Information


    Good Afternoon, Maverick Families!

    As part of our accreditation requirements, the state has implemented a new Conditions for Learning Survey that we’d like to invite parents to complete. This survey will be put on your parent portal starting Monday, and we’d appreciate any input you could give us. The survey will be open from Monday, February 24th through Friday, March 6th. If you don’t have a computer to access your parent portal, you can stop in to our office, and we’ll set you up on one of our computers.

    Thank you for your continued support of our school!

    Conferences are this Wednesday night


    Mid City High School Conferences will take place Wednesday, February 19th from 3:30pm until 6:30pm.  

    Mavs receive JROTC Promotions


    Shout out to Liz Rieck and Maicy Scace, Central JROTC members! Liz has been promoted to Captain and Maicy has been promoted to Sergeant! Thanks to Sergeant Major Matson for letting us know about their awesome achievement! Go Mavericks!

    February Student Newsletter


    Check out the Interest Seminar student’s February Newsletter at:


    Shout Out To Mid City’s Art Teacher Ms. Lewis


    Ms. Lewis was featured in the “MidCoast Fine Arts Newsletter”  

    Latoya D. Lewis has a studio area she calls Art of the Spirit as part of a small co-op of galleries on the Bucktown second floor. Currently she’s an art teacher at Mid City High School in Davenport. Her sense of the importance of teachers is clear from her own experience growing up.

    She credits her first and fourth grade teachers with recognizing and encouraging her love of art. She was one of four students in 4th grade given the opportunity to be transported by bus for part of the day to experience a new state of the art elementary fine arts academy in Chicago. 

    In high school, she was taken aside by Mr. Isaiah Curry to encourage a focus in architectural engineering. He personally helped her pursue her education. However, her passion for teaching art prevailed. She studied secondary art education at Southern University and A&M College and took additional art courses at Louisiana State University. She received her master’s degree at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. That importance of teachers has remained in her heart; she and fellow students are organizing a scholarship in the name

    Get Your 2019-2020 Yearbook


    Winter Concert


    The Mid City Winter Concert was held on Tuesday, January 14th and was well attended by families along with supportive community members.  Nice job Maverick choir member!


    Please Note Revised Finals Schedule


          Thursday, January 16, 2020 (2 hour early dismissal)

    Time: Event:
    8:35     –       9:35  Period 6
    9:38     –     10:38 Period 7
    10:41   –     11:41 Period 8
    11:44   –     12:09 Lunch
    12:09   –       3:28 Teacher time to do grades OR
      Make Ups – Optional
    School is dismissed at 12:09.

    The school buses will pick up at 1:35.

    If necessary, students may remain to complete makeup work if they need to take the 1:35 school bus.


         Tuesday, January 21, 2020

    Time: Event:
    8:35     –       9:35  Period 1
    9:38     –     10:38 Period 2
    10:41   –     11:41 Period 4
    11:44   –     12:44 Period 5
    12:47   –       1:12 Lunch
    1:12     –       2:28 Make Ups – Optional
    1:12     –       3:28 Teacher time to do grades
    School will be dismissed at 1:12.

    The school buses will pick up at the regular time – 3:35 pm. 

    If necessary, students may remain to complete make up work until 3:28 pm if the need to take the school bus at 3:35 pm


    Make Ups – missed exams or any other assignments from the quarter.  Students who remain at school, but do not have make-up work, will go to their advisory class.  NO student may take

    School Will Be Closed TODAY

    School will be CLOSED today, January 15th due to inclement weather.  

    Two Hour Late Start This Morning

    There will be a two hour late start today, January 15th.  Be careful out there this morning!  Your first class will start at 10:35am.  

    Finals Schedule For Finals This Week

    Important Dates Coming Up


    More Community Partners To Thank


    We would like to thank Fusion Salon & Spa and Deb Bowen for donating Holiday purses for some of our girls and Man Bags for some of our boys that are filled with personal hygiene items, clothing, jewelry and more!

    Community Partners Donate Gifts To Teen Moms


    We would like to thank Bethany and John Deere Corporation for selecting our teen moms to be the recipients of holiday gifts for themselves and their children.  The teen moms are very appreciative of the generosity and outpouring of love from all of the donors.


    Mid City Math Teacher wins Award

    Mid City math teacher Liz Mastalio was awarded the Dr. Robert E. and Phyllis M. Yager Exemplary Teaching Recognition Award from the University of Northern Iowa College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences. The award recognizes two UNI alumna each year who are nominated by a professor for demonstrating excellence in K-12 education. Liz was nominated by Catherine Miller, math education professor. Applications were reviewed by a committee representing the whole university. One reviewer wrote, “What I appreciate most about Ms. Mastalio’s teaching is her commitment to making sure that students who are at-risk can be successful learning math. 

    The award was presented at a luncheon on UNI’s campus on December 6. Both awardees showed a video of their teaching and spoke about the influence that UNI had on them as teachers and how teaching has impacted their lives. Many UNI faculty who taught Miss Mastalio were present, as well as her family.

    Community Partner St. John Vianney Church

    Thank you to our generous community partners St. John Vianney Church in Bettendorf, IA for donating Christmas gifts to over 60 of our students.  


    2019-2020 Yearbooks For Sale

    Mid City student won trip to Washington DC

    Nic Schaedig took first place in public speaking at an iJAG competition in Des Moines  a couple months ago. Because she won the competition, Nic got an all expense paid six day trip to Washington DC and she was the first student from Mid City to ever receive this opportunity! Nic was joined on this trip by others in the iJAG program. While in DC she met Chuck Grassley, who is an iowa Senator and President Pre-Tem, visited the WWII Memorial, White House, and Capital Building.  


    Verbal Art Exhibit


    The Fall Art Exhibit entitled “Verbal” was a big success! Mid City has a large number of talented art students and Ms. Lewis displays their work throughout the school and in the community at large.  For example, several students had work on display recently at the Festival of Trees.


    Computer Graphics Auction

    Computer Graphics students are not only learning about photo editing but also about running a business!  Ms. Lewis has put her digital photography students into groups to make a business plan and implement it by running an Auction featuring photographs they’ve produced. Go Mavericks!

    2nd Semester Conferences

    Mid City High School second quarter Conferences are tomorrow, December 4, 2019.  We look forward to seeing our students and their families tomorrow night.

    Future Educators Club visits UNI

    Mid City’s Educators Club visited the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) in Cedar Falls to check out the programs offered, participate in a guided tour, and a number of  students applied to the college. Go Mavericks!


    Congratulations Mavericks!


    Congratulations to our October Teacher of the Month and October Student of the Month! Way to go!


    Gear Up students visit SCC


    Mid City Gear Up students visited Scott Community College to learn about the various degree and certification programs available to them upon graduating from high school! Go Mavericks!


    Final Exam Schedule For This Wednesday and Thursday


    Two students attend the Portfolio Workshop athe


    Mid City Art Teacher, Ms. Lewis, escorted two of her Digital Photography students to the Figge Art Museum for the Portfolio Workshop.  A once in a lifetime opportunity for Caytlin Wilford and Austin Fuller who showcased their ePortfolios that they created using Google Sites.  Way to go Mavericks!


    Nic Schaedig Takes 1st Place


    Nic Schaedig represented Mid City iJag at the NSLA (National Student Leadership Academy) on Tuesday October 15th. The students had the opportunity to do an essay on their iJag story and then iJag representatives choose those who would represent their story well at competition.   Nic had to tell her personal story and how iJag helped her become who she is today.   All 40 students that attended on Tuesday told their personal story and then had to choose between 4 categories to compete in; Public Speaking, Math, PBL Showcase, or Employability Skills.   Nic choose Public Speaking and received the highest score, making her come in first place at the competition, receiving a medal. Nic is the first student from Mid City iJag to go to competition and win first place.   Nic is now on her way to Washington DC with iJag for the next step in the competition.   Please help us in congratulating Nic on her accomplishment and wishing her well on her way to DC in December. Way to go Nic!


    Fall Choir Concert

    Mid City Fall Choir concert was a hit! Awsome job Mavericks!

    College Visit For Students Interested In Agriculture


    Students interested in Agriculture visited Muscatine Community College to learn about careers in the Ag/Farming industry.  Topics Mid City students learned about included:

    • Agribusiness Management
    • Farm Management
    • Agribusiness Equipment Technician
    • Precision Agriculture
    • Ag Systems and Technology
    • Turf and Landscape Management

    College Fair


    The IQCCP College Fair will be held from 5:30-7 pm at Scott Community College’s downtown Davenport campus,101 West Third Street.  We will over 40 institutions available for you to visit with.  The link provides information for the City of Davenport parking. https://cityofdavenportiowa.com/services/public_works/parking  Please note, on-street parking is free after 5 PM.