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  • WEST HIGH SCHOOL
    Principal: Jenni Weipert
    3505 West Locust Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52804
    Phone:  563.723.5600; Fax:  563.445.5954

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  • News, Events, and Announcements

    West Student’s T-Shirt Design Chosen

    JakeBlackJake Black’s  T-shirt design has been selected to be used for the 2014 Motorcycle Awareness Ride being held this Saturday at West High School.  Congratulations,  Jake!

    West’s National Honor Society

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    West’s 2014-15 National Honor Society

    VOTE for Falcon Nation…

    Please watch the video prepared by Wolf’s class. It details how to vote.   Their attempt to win a $10,000 grant depends on you.  Get your family to vote, too.  With our numbers, we should be the top vote getter.

    Scott Count Kids Hosts Free Conference on Youth Mental Health Issues

    Scott County Kids will be hosting a FREE conference on youth mental health issues on Saturday, May 17th. This conference is for families, professionals, foster parents, day care providers, and community members interested in youth mental health.  This will be our 3rd Annual:  Smashing Stigmas with Hope and Opportunity Conference.  We will also be providing a FREE breakfast and Free lunch! We are lucky to have our Keynote Presenter:  Warren H. Phillips, Ph.D. (Psychiatrist) Director, Central Iowa Psychological Services, Ames, Iowa Senior Lecturer, Iowa State University Department of Psychology.  For more information,  click Conference Agenda & Flyer.

    West High’s Advanced Foods Class Hosts a Cake Walk

    800The West High Advanced Foods Class put on a Cake Walk Demonstration. This project incorporated the demonstration of skills in food preparation, presentation, creativity, and teamwork in order to create a unique, tasty cake. Each group decided on a “new” cake to research and put together for a contest, and of course taste test, for several members of the West High Staff. The students worked extensively to research, plan, and make their cakes. Cakes that were made for the contest included a multicolored, red velvet cake, three-tiered Snickers Cake, a Batman-themed cake, a multi-tiered peanut butter cake, chocolate covered strawberry cake, and the favorite of the day, Oreo cake, as pictured.