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    Emily Delleman and Team Win Third Youth National Rowing Title

    Emily Delleman National Champion rower Recent Central High graduate Emily Delleman and her teammates captured a third consecutive title over the weekend at the USRowing Youth National Championships in West Windsor, New Jersey. Read more about this amazing accomplishment by visiting this Quad City Times news story. Congratulations Emily, and best of luck as… Read more

    HUGE Used Book Sale Friday, June 10

    Book sale Over 10,000 books for all ages for sale from a nickel to a dollar each! The Davenport Community Schools will hold a HUGE public book sale featuring over 10,000 books being rotated out of library collections across the district. The sale is from Noon to 5 p.m. Friday, June 10,… Read more

    Wood “Chalks the Walk” with Positive Messages

    Be confident chalk drawing The Wood Intermediate Olweus Bully Prevention Committee led a school-wide activity with students called “Chalk the Walk” on May 24th. After students shared stories about acts of kindness and positivity at school and in the community, encouraging messages were written in chalk outside the schools front doors. Go here to Read more

    Central Student Named Top Brass Player in Iowa

    Central Student Named Top Brass Player in Iowa Central High’s Margaret Carr, Becca Frederick, and Kennedy Hill were invited to perform at the Iowa High Scool Music Association (IHSMA) Best in Center Showcase and the Iowa Bandmasters Association Convention. In addition to being selected to perform at the Showcase, Becca Frederick was named the top high brass player… Read more

    Garfield Concludes Six-Week Early Learning Academy

    Garfield Parent fix 052716 At Garfield Elementary, twenty-one families recently completed a six-week “Born Learning Academy,” sponsored by United Way of the Quad Cities Women’s Leadership Council. Garfield kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Lisa Pearson and Ms. Kari Thomas, led the sessions where parents learned about parental engagement, nutrition, health, brain development, and other important topics… Read more

    Mid City Students Visit Nahant Marsh

    Students Visit Nahant Marsh Mid City High biology classes took a field trip to Nahant Marsh Education Center where they transitioned through three stations demonstrating state ecology learning standards. One station was a hike to show wetland characteristics; the second showed wetland animal adaption with skulls, skins, and a microscope; and the third was… Read more

    A Third of Central’s Graduating Seniors Have AP Credits

    Central High AP students Congratulations to Central High’s 2015-2016 Advanced Placement (AP) students. In this year’s graduating class, 116 students (approximately 1/3 of all students) completed at least one AP course during their high school career.… Read more

    Davenport Schools and Davenport Public Works Partner for Showcase of Learning

    Student in front of science project On Saturday, May 21st, Davenport Community Schools partnered with Davenport Public Works on the Davenport Community Showcase of Applied Learning. Held at the Public Works Center, the event featured over 200 displays… Read more