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    Take a Bow Journalism Students


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    Ms. Hansen and her faithful band of journalism students put out a great issue.  Timely articles were well-researched and presented objectively.  Be proud. 

    Pennies for Patients Campaign @ West

    Bree McMahon

    Thanks to all at West High School that participated/contributed/advertised our Pennies for Patients Campaign. A special thanks goes to Breelyn McMahon, who coordinated the school-wide efforts to fundraise.  We raised about $1000 to donate to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Our top 3 Classroom Challenge Winners were  1st Place—Mrs. Lipnick, 2nd Place—Mr. Arnold and 3rd Place—Mr. Achs and Mrs. Bowe. They had a delicious healthy breakfast today to celebrate their accomplishments!!!

    FRC Team 6317 Goes To Kansas City


    West’s FRC robotics team Disruptive Innovation competed at the Heartland Regional in Kansas City this past weekend. West finished with a record of 5-7, 27th out of 43 teams and had a top 10 autonomous (runs on its own) robot. Thirty West INSPIRE students went to Kansas City to showcase the various projects they have been building throughout the year and to compete.  The team will join the competition in the Iowa Regional in Cedar Falls on Friday, March 23. 

    Watch a comeback Victory for the Blue Alliance!

    iJAG Attends Annual Legislative Day

    iJAG attended the annual Legislative Day at the capitol on Thursday, March 8. Austin Manley and Dakota Tello-Goossens attended on behalf of Davenport West. While there, students met with their legislators and talked about the importance of the iJAG program in their lives. They worked to spread the word of the positives they have found in the program. They shared their stories and networked. Dakota even registered to vote over the original Iowa constitution! It was a great day!

    April is National Autism Awareness Month


    LET’S pack the halls with blue.  

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