Below is a link to the Quad City Times story and photos from the May 27, 2015 graduation ceremony of Mid City High School’s senior class. We wish them all the best!
News, Events, and Announcements
Student of the Month, Jalen, and his friend, Andrew, enjoy lunch out to celebrate his hard work!
MCHS staff, students, and families would like to thank the Davenport Community School District Board of Directors for all they do!
Austin Winters played Vincent in “The Map Reader” for Central High School.
Mid City staff throws a Luau and cookout for the students! We had games, selfie picture area, face painting, crafts, minute-to-win it games, and more!
Mid City High School Service Learning students enjoyed their time with Fillmore 5th graders and are looking forward to making new friends next year!
Luke Liska will be receiving the Scott Community College Future Leaders Scholarship. This is also a 500.00 award. Luke is planning to attend Scott Community College and pursue a business degree.
Mrs. Meyers classes learned to make butter and cheese!!
Using only magnets, safety pins, wire, and batteries, Mr. Schneider’s Physical Science students created a basic electric motor.
Students in Mr. Thede’s Manufacturing and Product Development class have been very busy this nine weeks. They have built our Graduation Podium so that we don’t have to borrow one when we hold our graduation ceremony this spring. In addition to this, they have been raising money by repairing furniture for faculty and building custom made golf club sets and repairing golf clubs. They also have been helping with Community Service projects.
Alex Bribriesco (first picture) is shown assembling her very own set of golf clubs. Alex Bribriesco (second picture) works on her club set while Nathan Dunahoo works on assembling a Little Free Library for one of the elementary schools. More info on the Little Free Library can be found here http://littlefreelibrary.org/ . The Graduation Podium and plaque (third and fourthPicture)will be used at our graduation ceremony on Wednesday, May 27, 2015.
MCHS students have worked hard to create safe forest paths and flower planting in the little forest behind the school. Sam Ballard helped extend the path north from the clearing. He has also made clear boundaries using found logs to help guide pedestrian traffic to stay within paths in order to keep the wild places wild and habitable for the animals and plants that live there. The ground hog that lives back there was spotted on the north edge of the forest.
Brian Sanders removed deadly nightshade along the forest edge. Taylor Lance helped Sam put in the log barriers. Many students in P.E. and Service learning have contributed time and energy to the gardening projects.
On 5/12/15, AT&T
Representatives, Jen and Jess came to Mid City to discuss career opportunities & important work force skills.
They gave tips for interviews and what employees expect of employers.
Students were excited to hear about what this great company has to offer them post high school!
Mid City jJAG team got 3rd place out of 30 schools at the Career Development Conference! Our students ROCK!!
Craft Club students made Mother’s Day mugs!
Service Learning students are making a Tee Pee for the preschool playground area.
Mrs. Lafrenz ‘ s International Foods class put on an English Tea for staff that was available during 6th and 7th period.
Mrs. Mishra’s Spanish I and Spanish II classes throughout the day celebrated Cinco de Mayo with song, dance and food! Ole!
Mrs. Blinkinsop checked out 5 programmable cars that draw from the Area Education Agency for her ‘Genius Hour’ students to program as well as students that come into the library and show interest in programming. We have the cars for three weeks and anyone is welcome to give them a try!
Mrs. Goddard’s Service Learning Students along with Mrs. Campbell’s 1st period class are making a garden and walking path just off the outdoor patio area in the back of the school. Students cleared a path into the wooded area up to the small creek. Students also transplanted some of the shrubs in the raised garden space in the courtyard. By next week the garden should be plated. Our Service Learning Students have been working very hard for a couple weeks to complete this project.
For Genius Hour this past week, Mrs. Blinkinsop borrowed a 3D Printer from the Area Education Agency. Students created 3D objects using a software program and then they printed them off on the 3D printer. Below are a few examples of items they created:
Mid City teachers walk after school every Wednesday! All MCHS teachers are welcome to join the club and walk on Wednesday afternoons!