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    Principal: Mike Lawler
    3505 West Locust Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52804
    Phone:  563.386.5500
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    West High Student Artwork on Display in Quad City Arts Building


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    Hannah Wiley, Colton McDonald, Victoria Ornelas Steeb, Corrine Wilkins, Danielle Vasquez, Austin Barton, Sarah Davis, Brianna Hillyer, Josh Lopez Mimi Teerathammongkol, Mayli Grady, Delaney Olcott, Brenna Diedrich, Shawna St.Clair, Harrison Slagle, Marissa Monnahan, Kitrina Partin, Michayla Williamson, Tiffany Kraklio, Morgan Gravert, Jesus Sanchez,  and Hannah Hunsucker had work selected to be shown at the Quad City Arts High School Art Competition and Show.  Their work will be on display starting Friday, April 12th and lasting until May 16th at the Quad City Arts Building in Rock Island.  Special gongratulations go out to Marissa Monnahan, Harrison Slagle, Josh Lopez.  These three West High students received awards: 

    Marissa Monnahan:  Jewelry and Metals
    Harrison Slagle:  Jewelry and Metals
    Josh Lopez:  Mississippi Valley Woodcarvers Award for the use of wood

    National Guard’s Falcon Surprise

    The National Guard stopped by with this cool West Falcon as a gift to West.  It’s even 3-D.  Thanks, guys.



    West’s Student Senate Brings You Charity Week

    Our charity this year is the Children’s Therapy Center of the Quad Cities.  Over the years, thousands of individuals and their families have benefited from CTC’s services—regardless of their ability to pay for the services. Now, with a focus on young children, the Children’s Therapy Center is a major service provider for children and families throughout Western Illinois and Southeastern Iowa. It is a great privilege and responsibility to help children with developmental disabilities achieve their highest level of independence.  Watch the video and show your Falcon Spirit by supporting our activities to raise money for the CTC—Zumba, Staff vs Student Basketball, Dodge Ball, Spirit Week, and THE VARIETY SHOW.  View the video.

    Mr. Price, WHS Teacher, Bowling Coach of the Year x 2

    Brian Price, West High teacher, has been named MAC Conference Girls’ Bowling Coach of the Year and District 3 Bowling Coach of the year.  That’s almost a turkey, right?  Congratulations, Mr. Price.price

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes: A Night of Champions

    Maddie WalkerCongratulation to Madison Walker, Davenport West High, for receiving the Joey Schlader Memorial Scholar Athletes Award!  The other recipient was Eli Kaczinski from Northeast High School.  Madison and Eli were selected from a group of 8 students, both receiving a $500 scholarship.  The FCA banquet was held Thursday, April 10, at the Stoney Creek Inn, Moline.  The scholarship is in honor of Joey Schlader, North High School graduate of 2009, who passed away February 6, 2012.

    West Boys’ Basketball Team Wins Sportsmanship Award












    Congratulations, guys.  Go, Falcons!

    West High’s Falcon Fever is the 2014 Iowa State Winner

    DSC_5104[1] (2)Real World Design Challenge State Coordinator Matt Geraghty announced Davenport West High’s Falcon Fever as the 2014 Iowa State winner. Eight teams from Iowa started the challenge; 4 teams submitted a solution.  Teams from Clinton, Central Lee, Marshalltown, and  West competed in this year’s challenge. West team members Pardeep Saini, Derek Geiken, Nicole Kraft, Tuyen Nguyen, and Carina Grady will now represent Iowa in the national challenge held in Washington, D.C., in November. This is Davenport West High’s 3rd state title. The  challenge was to increase corn crop yield by detecting the European Corn Borer through the use of a UAV. For more info, click here.   All team members were awarded a $1000 scholarship to Iowa or Iowa State University from RWDC. West PLTW teachers Jason Franzenburg and Greg Smith coached the team. Partners included Real World Design Challenge, Gear-Up Iowa, John Deere, and WIU (QC Campus).


    Davenport MCJROTC Wins 5 Trophies

    On Saturday, April 12, Davenport MCJROTC went to the Dwight D Eisenhower  Drill Competition in Chicago. North (including students from West High) received 3rd place in unarmed and armed IDR platoon, 2nd place in armed platoon exhibition, unarmed IDR squad, and unarmed squad exhibition,  and finally, 1st place in unarmed exhibition. The Cadets did on outstanding job.


    West High Music Students Perform With Honors

    Congratulations to the West High music students who participated in the Iowa High School Music Association’s Solo & Small Ensemble Festival!  Out the 43 entries, West received 19 Division I “Superior” Ratings, 16 Division II “Excellent” Ratings, and 8 Division III “Good” Ratings.  At the end of the day, each of the 12 adjudicators may choose one outstanding performance from their center.  Seniors Dawn & Melanie Vickers’ duet was chosen as one of the 12 outstanding performances. Way to go, Falcons!


    Student Senate Works Children’s Therapy Center Telethon

    This year, Student Senate has chosen the Children’s Therapy Center as the focus of their Charity Week.  The CTC fundraiser was Sunday, April 13, at WQAD in Moline.  Students manned the phones and answered questions as Julie Sisk interviewed Lena Nguyen, Maddie Harland, and Katie Thomas. To help Student Senate raise money for the CTC, participate in our upcoming activities–Zumba, Dodge Ball, Volleyball, and THE VARIETY SHOW (May 2–Open to the Public).  Get a team together to participate in the physical activities, and set aside May 2, at  7:00 p.m. for the Variety Show.  It’ll knock your socks off–and raise money to help children in our area.  For more photos, click here.