Human Resources & Employee Benefits
Employing nearly 2,500 people, the Davenport Community Schools serve over 15,000 students in four communities: Blue Grass, Buffalo, Davenport, and Walcott. Nowhere else in the area do so many people, from so many different walks of life, come together each day to learn and work for the good of all. Thank you for your interest in learning more about this great learning community.
****Note: Former employees/substitutes who left in good standing may have to wait six (6) months from the effective date of resignation/retirement to reapply/be rehired due to IPERS and/or Affordable Care Act requirements. This applies to former employees looking to substitute as well.****
Human Resources Links & Resources
Employee Workers’ Compensation Resources
- Workers’ Compensation Injury Form(PDF)
- Employee Instructions for Treatment (PDF)
- EMC /MedCor Reporting Instructions (PDF)
Iowa Board of Educational Examiners (BOEE)
Information for Parents/Students in Title I Buildings
- Parents of students in Title I buildings will be notified when their student(s)’ licensed instructor and/or guest teacher is teaching for four (4) or more consecutive weeks and is not properly certified for the grade level or content area for that class.
- Parents of students in Title I buildings are entitled, upon request to the Principal, information regarding their student(s)’ classroom teacher’s professional qualifications.
- Title I Buildings:
- Elementaries: Buchanan, Fillmore, Garfield, Hayes, Jackson, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Washington, & Wilson
- Intermediates: Smart, Williams, & Wood
- Title I Buildings:
Bargaining Unit Contracts & Guest Teacher Handbook
- Custodial Bargaining Unit Contract
- Food Service Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Maintenance Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Para Educator Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Secretarial Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Teacher Bargaining Unit Agreement
- Guest Teacher-Nurse Handbook 2020-21
Employee Work Rules
Employee Benefits Summaries
- Delta Dental Booklet
- Medical Summary of Benefits – Effective 7/1/2020
- UMR Booklet
- Vision Summary of Benefits
Employee Benefits Newsletters & Links
- 2018-19 Newsletter Vol. 1
- 2018-19 Newsletter Vol 2
- 2019-20 Newsletter Vol 1
- 2019-20 Newsletter Vol 2
- 2019-20 Newsletter Vol 3
Employee Training Links
- All Staff Required Annual Compliance Training
- Title IX Regulations 2020
- Equity Complaint Process Link
Human Resources/Employee Benefits & Equity Department Staff:
Jami Weinzierl Director of Human Resources & Equity (563) 336-7487 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jabari Woods Associate Director of Equity (563) 336-7496 email@example.com
Jaime Kroeger HR Contract Specialist (563) 336-7493 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Berg Generalist – Employee Benefits/Wellness (563) 336-7501 email@example.com
Laura Brookhart Generalist – Employee Benefits (563) 336-7502 firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Ditch Generalist – Human Resources (563) 336-7488 email@example.com
Shelli Godke Generalist – Human Resources (563) 336-7491 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sue Herzmann Employee Benefits Facilitator (563) 336-7503 email@example.com
Dawn Saul HR Office Manager (563) 336-7490 firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam Savala Generalist – Human Resources (563) 336-7494 email@example.com
Nicole Stroupe Generalist – Human Resources (563) 336-7489 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynn Tibbetts Generalist – Human Resources (563) 336-7495 email@example.com
HR / EMPLOYEE BENEFITS / EQUITY FAX NUMBER: (563) 445-5988
Where is the HR/Employee Benefits/Equity Department located?
The Human Resources & Equity Department is located at the Achievement Service Center in the former JB Young school, on the 2nd floor, rooms #230-238.
Enter through the Main Street side entrance, door 1E. Take the elevator to 2nd floor.
“I believe that the Davenport Community Schools is one of Iowa’s Leaders in Education. The skills that are taught to the “novice” learner are the skills that will resonate in them as contributing adults. Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies, Physical Education and the Arts are the vitamins for a healthy mind and body. Each of these subject areas work congruently with each other as I have witnessed with my own three children. Students of diverse backgrounds have worked as part of the learning environment. Understanding cultures as a part of the learning structure only enhances the educational experience. The Davenport Community Schools offer a well-rounded solution to an ever changing society.”
– Phyllis Thede, State Representative, Former Secretary at Williams Intermediate, and Parent of DCS Graduates
|It is the policy of the Davenport Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status in its educational programs and its employment practices. There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.
If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the District’s Equity Coordinator:
Jabari Woods, Associate Director of Equity, 1702 N. Main Street, Davenport, IA 52803; Telephone (563) 336-7496; Fax (563) 445-5950; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of the Office for Civil Rights U.S. Department of Education, Citigroup Center, 500 W. Madison Street, Suite 1475, Chicago, IL 60661-7204; Telephone (312) 730-1560; Fax (312) 730-1576; Email: OCR.Chicago@ed.gov.