Mid City High School Conferences are this Wednesday, December 2nd from 3:30pm until 6:30pm. We hope to see lots of our parents and students that night!
News, Events, and Announcements
Schellenberg’s students are building a cabin 1/24 to scale in their Construction II class.
Mid City High School received the Silver Citation, a national award for architecture. Student Board Representative Izzy Parker Tatum accepted the award.
Service Learning finished decorating their tree for Fest Of Trees. They tree theme was titled, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure!”
Advanced Foods class made delicious and decorative garnishes today! The bird of paradise and a bunny.
On November 10th, several Mid City students attended the annual Quad City Youth Minority Partnership Conference in Iowa City. The students learned about the importance of continuing their education after high school, spoke with prospective colleges, and the importance of leadership development. Tyraine Bostic received a shout out from
Valerie Garr, the President and Founder of QCMP due to her outstanding leadership skills at the conference! Way to go Tyraine!!
Tyraine addressing the crowd about the importance of continuing education after high school!
Student spent Thursday afternoon loading and unloading boxes for the 30th annual Student Hunger Drive! Because of the students hard work and dedication, Mid City was able to provide the community with 4,903 meals and collected 5,884 pounds worth of food! Our goal was to unite and empower the students in the commitment to feed the hungry and promote volunteerism.
The Mid City High School Hunger Drive has been a huge success! We have boxes everywhere!!! Thank you to our community partners for the endless boxes of food they all donated and thank you to our staff and students who donated as well! We are going to win in our category hands down!
Mid City students Alicia Wade, Scott Lake, and Nautica Carr placed 6th in the JA Titan Competition on 11/4/15. Students were given complete control to manage and operate their own virtual business through the JA Titan online simulation program. Success depended on how well they managed their company’s key decisions. A big thanks to Lance Heuer from US Bank—he was the volunteer team mentor for Mid City’s first year in the competition!
On Thursday, November 5th MCHS hosted a College Fair in their commons area. Students had an opportunity to visit with the following:
|U of Wisconsin Platteville||Scott Community College||St. Ambrose|
|University of Dubuque||Blackhawk College||Western Illinois|
Watch video footage of KWQC’s coverage of our Urban Farm Ground Breaking – click on the picture below:
Initially the Environmental Science Club looked into the global bee crisis and did extensive research on various plants that would attract bees and other pollinators. After a lot of planning, MCHS broke ground on Nov. 2nd for the Urban Farm Project. Our generous supporters – John Deere and P & K Midwest – attended the ground breaking. This farm will include berries, raised garden beds with a variety of vegetables as well as plots of land for winter wheat, rye, and sweet corn. Students are envisioning other items in the future including a small orchard for fruit trees. Mid City students will use this farm project to learn about sustainable living, nutrition, and our local environment. They will also learn the importance of growing their own food and plan on using the harvest to feed those in need in the community.
Thursday, November 5th 2015, 5:30pm – 6:45pm,
Mid-City High School, 3801 Marquette Street, Davenport
Join us to learn the Myths & Truths about College and Support Services after High School & information on Iowa Vocational Services Rehabilitation Services.
Pizza will be provided.
TO REGISTER CONTACT:
Joe Wynsma, Keystone Academy, 563-391-9161; email@example.com
Jessica Hankins, Mid-City High, 563-336-7009; firstname.lastname@example.org