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    Schools Foundation Sends Davenport Second-Graders on Library Study Trip

    Jefferson second-graders at Davenport Public Library The “Great Minds” program at the Davenport Schools Foundation sponsored field trips to the Davenport Public Library for second graders in the entire Davenport school district. On February 6th, Jefferson Students and their teachers experienced their interactive library tour, crafted a bookmark, and each student checked out a library book.… Read more

    Eisenhower Students and Pen Pals Attend Movie Together

    Eisenhower and RSVP pen pals at movie theater Each year, students from Mrs. Spotten-Martinez’s fourth-grade class at Eisenhower Elementary have been pen pals with RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) members. At the end of each academic year, the students and volunteers generally meet for the first time for cookies and punch. This year, Ms. Spotten-Martinez used a… Read more

    Successful Year Underway for West Speech and Debate Team

    West Speech and Debate Team members West High’s Speech and Debate Team is in full gear as they head to their most important tournaments of the year and hope to qualify students for Nationals. They recently had a successful run in Iowa City, sweeping the Interpretation event with Assumption. The following students also placed in individual… Read more

    CAA Student Art Selected for Public Display

    CAA student art work Congratulations to Creative Arts Academy (CAA) seventh-graders, Soli Augspurger (Up a Tree, pictured upper left) and Sydney Park (The Reflection, pictured lower left), for having their artwork selected for the 2017 Youth Art Month Show. Their work will be exhibited at Grandview University along with other students throughout the state… Read more

    West INSPIRE Program Receives $10,000 from Gene Haas Foundation

    West's INSPIRE program receives check from Gene Haas Foundation The Gene Haas Foundation presented a $10,000 check to the West High INSPIRE Program for Advanced Manufacturing. Two thousand dollars will be used to support FIRST Robotics at West, and $8,000 will be given as scholarships to students enrolling in a machining-based training and/or engineering program at the post-secondary level.… Read more

    ProStart Prepares for 10th Annual Taste of ProStart with Bacon Fest

    ProStart students at Bacon Fest ProStart students perfected and served bacon jam filled corn muffins with tomato mousse at Bacon Fest on February 3rd at the RiverCenter. Students worked with industry leaders and learned to serve fast with a smile. You can experience these talented students’ skills at the 10th Annual Taste of ProStart on… Read more

    Fillmore GAP Students Increase Reading Scores

    Fillmore teachers with student holding GAP certificate Students in the Greater Achievement Program (GAP) at Fillmore Elementary earned a celebration lunch with teachers, tutors, Ms. Asay, and Mr. Schneckloth. They also received a certificate for their achievement. Fourteen of the students in the GAP increased their aReading (“adaptive reading”) score to proficient.… Read more

    Central Swimmers Qualify for State in Ten of 11 Events

    Central's boys swim team Congratulations to the Central High boys swim team for their fantastic swims at the State qualifying meet at Clinton High on Saturday, February 4th. They qualified in ten of the 11 events, the most qualifications in over 25 years as follows: 200 medley relay team, ranked 5th; Devin Land, 200… Read more
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