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  • Walcott Elementary & Intermediate School
    Principal: Jenni Weipert
    Associate Principal: Bill Fox
    545 E. James Street
    Walcott, Iowa 52773
    Phone: (563) 284-6253

    Librarian/Webmaster: Terri Toppler    Updated: 3/31/15

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Holocaust Visual Arts Contest

    ??????????  7th grade student Kylie W. is representing Walcott School in the Meyer and Frances Shnurman Holocaust Visual Arts Contest. This art contest is open to grades 7-12 students in the Greater Quad City area. It is a partnership between the Quad Cities Yom HaShoah Committee and the Figge Art Museum. Winners will be announced Tuesday, March 31. Winning entries will Read more

    Iowa Teen Award Battle of the Books in April

    pantherBOB1 Iowa Teen BOB Dates:

    ITA (Gr. 7-8) Building Battle: Friday, April 17 from 10:27 to 10:57 in the Walcott School Library.

    ITA (Gr. 7-8) Regional Battle: Thursday, April 23 from 11:00 to 1:00 at the Bettendorf Public Library

    The Iowa Teen Award Battle of the Books is a voluntary reading contest for grades 7-8 read. Students read from the 2015 Read more

    Iowa Assessments

    Iowa Assessment will be held April 7-9, 2015. Grades 6-8 will test all day on Wednesday, April 8. Grades 3-5 will test in the mornings on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (April 7-9). Read more

    Spring Conferences

    Conference Date: Spring conference date will be Wednesday, March 25, 2015 from 3 to 6 PM. Read more

    Spring Kick-Off: Shoes for Students

      Spring is here and many students do not have appropriate shoes for walking to school or participating in recess and physical education class. Schools are asking for the community’s support to provide students with this basic need.
    What: New or “like new” athletic-type(closed toe, lace-up) shoes for male and female students. We will accept all sizes.
    When: Monday, March 23-Friday, Read more

    National History Day

    Congratulations to the following Walcott 7th grade Honors students who won awards at the NHD Regionals at St. Ambrose!

    • Michaela S. and Sarah S. will be advancing to the State competition in May.  They presented an exhibit board on Susan B. Anthony.
    • Turner S. and Connor B. received a special award in the Military History Category for their exhibit board
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    ICCA Battle of the Books Winners

    IMG_20150307_120751623 Our First Place building team members, Layton B., Camden R., and Tyler W., represented Walcott School in the District Iowa Children’s Choice Battle of the Books on Saturday, March 7 at the Davenport Eastern Public Library. Our team did a great job. Congratulations to a great competition!

    Congratulations to the following building winners of Iowa Children’s Choice Battle of the Read more

    WWII Speaker


    Mr. James Schaefer served in the 42nd Infantry Division during World War II.  He was part of the division that liberated the Dachau Concentration Camp on April 29th, 1945.  Mr. Schaefer talked with Mrs. Dillie’s 8th Grade Honors Language Arts class in the library on Thursday, February 12.  We appreciate him taking the time to come Read more

    National Geographic Bee

    Congratulations to Nick N. for winning the National Geographic Bee at Walcott School.


    Congratulations to the following students for their success on the National Geographic Bee:

    Nick N., Brianna B., Nick Hendley, Sarah B., Logan B., Braxton B., Krishna P., Tyler P., Jason W., Dillon B., Isabel S. and Ashlyn U.

      Read more

    Read to Succeed!

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    We thank our girls’ basketball team for promoting our library’s Read Every Day initiative. According to the National Education Association, having kids read a lot is one of the crucial components of becoming a good reader. The only way to get good at it is to practice. Read more