Reminder there will be no school 11/26-11/28 due to Thanksgiving break!!
When we come back there will only be 3 weeks left of the second quarter. It’s very important that the students come in focused and finish out the 2nd quarter strong!! Read more
News, Events, and Announcements
The Williams Behavior Modification program is looking for donations of fleece material to put together blankets. All blankets will be donated to homeless shelters in the Davenport area.
Thanks for supporting this effort and helping our students to reach out to others during these cold days!! Read more
Do you have any new or gently used teddy bear that you would be willing to donate for a good cause? Williams TAG Community Service students are collecting teddy bears to support the Clarissa Cook Hospice House. Bears will be given to patients and families who are experiencing the end of life.
Bring your teddy bear donations to the Williams Read more
Congratulations to 6 of our 7th/8th grade orchestra members on being accepted into the SEISTA Honors Orchestra to be held in January at Bettendorf High School. Selected musicians are: Max Milton and Michael Bilenko for violin, Zach Ford and Shelby Fick for viola, and Jarrod Hulme and Chloe Mohr for cello. Way to go string players! Read more
The weather outside is getting colder but the breakfast is hot in café every morning right before school. Breakfast is $1.30 for full pay students, .30¢ for reduced and free for students with free lunch. Start every school day the healthy and smart way, come have a hot breakfast in the café. Read more
Central High School’s Incoming Freshman
Parent Orientation Night for 2015-16
will be held on BOTH
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Thursday, December 18, 2014 Read more
On Thursday, November 13th, eleven 6th grade band members traveled to North High School to participate in the Davenport Community School District 6th Grade Honor Band. They, along with 50 other DCSD 6th grade band students, rehearsed all day with guest conductor Gary Ciccotelli. This evening, they put on a phenomenal concert, performing five pieces! These eleven students were chosen Read more
The Accelerated Associates Degree at North combines high school and college courses that will lead to a high school diploma and an AA degree. There is an optional question/answer session if your student is interested in this program. It is at North High School on Tuesday, November 18th from 5:30-6:30 in the auditorium. This is for families that would Read more