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  • Mid City High School
    Principal: Dr. Jake Klipsch
    3801 Marquette Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52806
    Phone:  1-563-336-7600
    Fax:  1-563-391-0357

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Teen Mom’s Halloween Party

    Teen Mom’s celebrated Halloween with their babies and our moms-to-be made baby blankets.

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    Hunger Drive Activity

    If students and staff brought in two cans of food, they could dress up for Halloween!

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    Junior Achievement Competition

    Mid City has been preparing for 3 weeks for the Junior Achievement Titan Competition. Students  are given complete control to manage and operate their own virtual business through the JA Titan online simulation program.  Success depends on how well they manage their company’s key decisions. The top teams receive prizes and have the opportunity to win up to $6000 in college scholarships. Nautica Carr, Anakin Essex, Scott Lake, and Alicia Wade will represent Mid City on November 4th.

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    There will be no school Thursday, October 28th and Friday, October 29th. 

    iJAG News:

    Andrew Nelson went with the President and CEO of iJAG to deliver food to a local homeless shelter.

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    Iowa Youth Congress Students Prevail!

    Mid City and Central High School students attended the 10th Annual General Assembly of the Iowa Youth Congress. Mid City and Central students below were in committee arguing the mandatory Sex Education Bill.

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    The Bill made it through Committee and members of the IYC got the funding bill passed. It was the highest vote getter with only three votes against it. Great job Davenport students!!

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    First Quarter Finals Schedule

    Click on image below to see larger version of Finals Schedule:

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    Anime Students visit Anderson Japanese Gardens

    Students took an Anime class’s trip to Anderson Japanese Gardens last week. They had SUCH a good time and did a great job applying all the techniques they’ve learned about Japanese culture to the items in the garden.

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    Zombie Apocalypse Class comes to an end

    Students that survived the Zombie Apocalypse class used their Rocket Stove to make Scrambled Eggs and Ham to test their survival skills. They also learned a new appreciation for dryer lint by using a golf ball sized piece to start the fire to cook their breakfast.

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    iJAG Held their Initiation & Installation Ceremony:

    Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates (iJAG) is a nonprofit organization that helps students knock down barriers by unlocking their hidden potential.  The program teaches performance competencies which are needed to succeed in school as well as the workplace and to lead fulfilling lives. On Monday, October 19, 2015, iJAG held their Initiation and Installation ceremony at MCHS.   iJAG officers were sworn in and given certificates.

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    Mr. Nielsen’s Math Class gets a visit from CEO’s:

    Next Wednesday, Mr. Nielsen is bringing in three retired business CEOs to his class to allow his students to ask questions about what it likes to start a business. This is part of a project he is developing. The students will be asked to use information to create their own business plan using information from class and from these visitors. The hope is that these individuals could partner with us more in the future to serve as mentors to students interested in business. And, if they get to a plan that is feasible, the mentors could help the students take the next step to actually starting a business of some sort.

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    Impromptu Speeches

    Students in Mr. Schlichting’s Speech class were learning how to give Impromptu speeches. Dr. Klipsch, principal at Mid City High School, modeled for the class how to give an ‘off the cuff’ speech about Outer Space.

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    MCHS Hunger Drive Partners

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    Mid City High School would like to thank the following businesses, schools and organizations for ‘Teaming Up’ with us for the Student Hunger Drive (Dr. Tate and Rob Scott pictured above):

    The DCSD Achievement Services Center

    The Mississippi Bend AEA

    Trinity Lutheran School

    The Juvenile Court Services/ Scott County Courthouse

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    Grandview Baptist Church

    Villa Maria Daycare and Early Childhood Center

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    Job Fair

    Schlichting’s Speech students held a Job Fair this morning!

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    Hunger Drive Kick-Off!

    MCHS students participated in the Hunger Drive Kick-off!

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    MetroFest

    MCHS Choir participated in MetroFest last night at Pleasant Valley High School.

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    MC students visit with guests from Tanzania

    Elibariki Kisimbo and Joseph Kimbwereza visited Mid City High School students to talk about life in Tanzania.  The two work for the organization Empower Tanzania and spoke about the water crisis, schools, and health initiatives in Tanzania. The students came away with a new appreciation for such basic things like the water fountains in our schools. The students learned that in Tanzania you have to walk 6 miles or more to get a bucket of water (that is most often dirty) to take home for their family cooking and cleaning.

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