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We know that there have been many questions regarding the status of sports and activities for our students for the upcoming 2020 / 2021 academic school year.
The Davenport Community School District recognizes the importance of individual and team training and is authorizing outdoor only practices and activities beginning today, Wednesday, July 22, 2020, so long as social distancing protocols are enforced.
With the current surge of COVID cases in our region, and the high transmission rate of the virus amongst our young population, we simply cannot allow indoor practice and activities to take place at this time until our local health officials communicate that the transmission rate in Scott County is controlled and stable.
We continue to meet regularly with Scott County Health Department's officials, who update us weekly on the current COVID-19 transmission rate in our area which informs every decision DCSD makes for our students, staff and community.
We know how powerful our community can be when we come together.
Davenport Community School District student Breasia Terrell has been missing since Friday, July 10, 2020.
The DCSD team has been in communication with several local partners, including the Davenport Police Department, Family Resources, One Eighty and more, to see how we can support the mission to locate Breasia quickly and safely.
Learn more about the search for Breasia here.
We ask that all DCSD families pay attention to the information distributed through the Police Department, and that if you notice anything that could benefit the search for Breasia to let officials know immediately.
Last night, the Scott County and Clinton County Emergency Management Agencies opened a call for volunteers to help with the search for Breasia beginning today, Friday, July 17, 2020. Please click the link below for details on how you can help if able.
Donations are also needed to support Breasia's family as they focus on searching. Requested items include: Food, water, gas cards, hygiene items, PPE especially masks, sunscreen, bug spray, laundry detergent, hats boots and gardening gloves. These donations can be dropped off at the Davenport Schools' Achievement Services Center, located at 1702 North Main St., Monday through Friday from 9am – 4pm.
Learn more about the search for Breasia here.
The Families First Coronavirus Act allows states to issue Food Assistance benefits to households with children in Pre-K through 12th grade who lost access to Free and Reduced Price School Meals due to pandemic-related school closures in Spring 2020. This is called the Pandemic EBT Program. The benefits/card will be mailed and received by families between July 14th and July 21st, 2020. All students at CEP schools and all those who qualify for free or reduced meals will receive the benefits.
There are two ways eligible children will receive their $307.80 in Food Assistance benefits:
1. If a family received Food Assistance (SNAP) benefits anytime in April, May, or June then the amount will be loaded onto their regular EBT card.
2. If a family is eligible for and receives meals via the National School Lunch Program but does not receive
3. Food Assistance (SNAP) they will receive a special P-EBT card via U.S. mail. The benefits/card will be mailed and received by families between July 14, and July 21, 2020.
Click here to view Program FAQs
Online Registration is currently open for new and returning families of the Davenport Community School District! 🍎
This system allows for easy upload of required documents, simple verification of current information for returning students, and offers quick links upon submission for paying fees, school meals, and other helpful topics. Please note that online registration is required for every student.
District staff members are available to assist you during business hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm until July 31, 2020.
If you need assistance with completing your student’s online registration, you can send an email to email@example.com or call 563-336-7434.
For more information and to begin online registration, click here.
View a short video message from Davenport Community School District Superintendent Dr. Robert Kobylski regarding graduation: https://youtu.be/cR0i8OYHUzE
The full video transcript can be found in the YouTube video description. Turn on Closed Captioning for the video by clicking the CC button in the lower right-hand corner of the video.
Registration for the 2020-2021 Stepping Stones Program is to be determined. The original date of July 13, 2020, has been postponed. We will update all Davenport Community School District platforms as soon as a date is available.
Stepping Stones is a collaboration between Davenport Community Schools, the City of Davenport Parks and Recreation Department, and Iowa State University Extension. The award-winning program serves fifteen elementary schools with high-quality after school enrichment programs, as well as top-notch summer programming, offering a safe, fun, caring environment for students.
If you have questions related to Stepping Stones please call our office at 563-528-0973 or visit our website.
Please click below for the approved 2020 – 2021 Academic Calendars for K-8 and 9-12. No matter which method of learning instruction takes place (in-person, online or hybrid), all Davenport Community School District students will begin school on Monday, August 24, 2020.
View a short video message from Davenport Community School District Superintendent Dr. Robert Kobylski on the Return to Learn Plan: https://youtu.be/UXhfH8gIzwc
The full video transcript can be found in the YouTube video description. Turn on Closed Captioning for the video by clicking the CC button in the lower right-hand corner of the video. Transcripts in additional languages can be found below.