• Sudlow Intermediate School
    Principal: Bruce Potts
    Associate Principal: James Caparula

    1414 E. Locust Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52803
    Phone: (563) 326-3502

  • News, Events, and Announcements


    TDAP Vaccines Required Before August 24

    Students born on or after 9/15/2000 are required by state law to have a 1 time Tdap booster.

    Documentation of Tdap immunization is required BEFORE your student starts school.

    The attached flyers provide further information.

    TDAP Flyer

    Be In The Know with Vaccinations Flyer

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    Nurse Note Regarding Medication

    Please make arrangements with the nurse to pick up your student’s medication on or before the last day of school.

    ALL medications must be picked up by a Patent/Guardian by the last day of school or it will be thrown away.


    If you have any further questions, the End of Year Read more


    Student Receives QC Symphony Scholarship

    Congratulations to 7th grade student Michael Hill for being selected as the recipient of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra Etude Club Scholarship.  The scholarship committee, which was comprised of members from the Quad City Symphony Orchestra’s Board of Trustees, enjoyed reading the application and was impressed by his enthusiasm and passion for music-making.  Michael is new to Sudlow Intermediate

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    Help Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week

    Opportunities still exist to support teachers and staff during the upcoming Teacher Appreciation Week, which is May 4-8.  Please visit the SignUpGenius site to sign up for one or more ways to encourage our great Sudlow Staff.  If you’d like to assist in any other way, please contact PTA President Betzy McLeland. Thank you! Read more


    8th Grade Event May 15

    Student Council invites Sudlow eighth graders to the 8th grade Event Friday, May 15th from 7-9 p.m. This year’s theme is “A Night in Hollywood.” Come join your friends for a night celebrating your years at Sudlow. This activity is for Sudlow 8th graders only. Admission is $5 per person in advance from Mrs. Kreuger in room 208. Tickets may Read more


    Sign up for Blue Devil Youth Sports Camps

    The sign up for Central Blue Devil Youth Sports is now available. The cost is $25.00 per camp or $65.00 if you sign up for 3 or more camps. Camps are limited in space, so reserve your spot early!!

    Click here for the registration form. Visit the Youth Camps Page for a full schedule and more information.

    **Every camper receives Read more


    7th Grade Band Car Wash Fundraiser SUNDAY

    Due to the ugly weather forecast for Saturday, the Car Wash has been postponed until SUNDAY April 25, from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

    The Sudlow Awesome 7th Grade Car Wash will be this Sunday, April 26, 2015. The event will run from 11:00 AM – 3:00PM. Pull into the Sudlow Parking Lot for a new shine provided by the Read more


    Gear Up Presentation Thursday at JB Young

    Attention 7th grade parents: This Thursday night, JB Young Intermediate is hosting a “Historically Black Colleges and University Awareness and Informational Fair.” Part of the presentation is information about Gear Up Iowa, which is a program that ALL 7thgrade students at JB and Sudlow are automatically enrolled in. Gear Up Iowa’s goal is to increase college readiness Read more


    Parent Information Night to be held April 29th

    Parents of incoming Sudlow students are invited to attend the Parent Information Night on Wednesday April 29, 2015 in the Sudlow gym. The 5th and 6th grade bands will perform beginning at 5:15 PM and the program will begin at 6:00 PM. There will be several exciting features that evening, including:

    – A welcome by our principal, Mr. Potts
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    School Board Approves Last Student Day

    The Davenport Community School Board voted on Monday night to finalize this school year’s schedule to set the last day of school for students as Friday, May 29th. This date reflects the new state law that allows school districts to use a 1,080 hour schedule instead of 180 days. The change allowed districts to “bank” hours for bad weather. Students Read more