The Davenport Community School District governing Board recognized the student Board members. Mid City’s Ileaser Parker-Tatum received her award from President Johansen.
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Mid City received a “Teens 4 Tomorrow” grant for an Adolescent Parenting course to begin in the Fall. The course is based on a research-based life skills program for adolescent moms.
Students with awesome attendance throughout the year were rewarded by attending a River Bandits game.
Mid City held their 3rd blood drive of the year on May 12th. There were 45 students and staff that attempted to donate with 12 first time donators! Thirty-five units were collected and will be used to help local hospitals. Mid City appreciates and enjoys their partnership with Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center.
Biology classes took a field trip to Nahant Marsh Education Center earlier this week.
Ileaser Parker-Tatum was presented the Doug Walters Scholarship in the amount of $500.00 for her work on Social Justice issues such as trying to fix the funding inequity issues in the State of Iowa. In the picture are Teresa Walters, Ileaser and her mother.
Mid City Construction Technology students built a lending library for Wilson Elementary School in memory of Marilyn Eberle, their Reading Interventionist who passed away last year.
Members of the International Foods class went to Ganzo’s Mexican restaurant for lunch.
Mid City held a very successful College and Career Fair for students and their parents. We had over 30 institutions present to talk to students about their programs.
Mid City iJAG students spent the day in Ankeny, Iowa for the 17th annual Career Development Conference. iJAG students across the state participated in a series of competitive events. Andrew Nelson and Breyden Stenger both took home medals for the events they competed in.