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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

    ATTENTION:  Must have Photo ID to enter building.

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    West Cross Country

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    Taylor Quick won the 9/10 Girls’ Championship, Keith Picholet won the JV Boys’ Championship, and Andrew Wright won the Varsity Boys’ Championship. The Varsity boys of Wright, Keenan Dolan, Jordan Gravert, Brett Wisor, Chane Eckhardt, Alex Schwindt and Chase Kress were the Team City Champions; the 9/10 Girls’ Team of Quick, Molly Friede, Kaylynn Sparks, Kate Kealey, Taylor Thompson, Jessie Chalupa, and Delanee Hansen won the Team City Championship, missing a perfect score by only 2 points.  Congratulations, Falcons! 

    Help West’s INSPIRE Select a Name

    Davenport West INSPIRE Team needs your help in deciding a team name.  Please click the link and answer the questions. Maybe your name will be selected for the upcoming competition.

    Click Here!

    Essay Contests

     

    What Memorial Day Means to Me

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    Eligibility: Students, Grades 7 thru 12

    Deadline: December 1, 2016

    Requirements: 350 or fewer words on “What Memorial Day Means to Me”

    Internet: www.fra.org/essay

    Prize: $5000

     

     

     

    Davenport Noon Optimist Essay Contest



    captureChasing Optimism In the Face of Challenges

    Due: November 19th, 2016

    What The World Gains from Optimism

    Due: February 25th, 2017

    More Information: Instructions

    INSPIRE Program

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    The INSPIRE capstone class made a presentation on Friday, September 16th. Thank you to all of our stakeholders (DCSC Admin, Teacher, Students, Parents, Coaches, Mentors, PLTW Advisory Council, Post-Secondary Partners, Community Leaders, Government Officials, Local Industry, and others). We want to thank John Deere specifically for the startup grant of $6,000 and the STEM Innovator for their grant of $2,000.

    We are extremely proud of how far we have come since the beginning of the school year and are excited for the many challenges ahead! We worked diligently to illustrate the magnitude of INSPIRE and how it influences us as a team. It is thrilling to have your support, sponsorship, and endorsement for this exciting new educational model.

    News from West’s iJAG Chapter

     

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