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  • Wood Administration
    Sheri Simpson-Schultz, Principal
    Robert Tollefson, Associate Principal
    Mandie Bollman, School Administrative Manager
    5701 North Division Street
    Davenport, IA  52806
    (563) 391-6350, phone
    (563) 391-4416, fax
  • News, Events, and Announcements


    Wood Choirs Accepts UI Children’s Hospital’s Invite

    On Friday, December 12, the Wood Intermediate 7-8 grade choirs will have an opportunity to show their school spirit while spreading holiday cheer with the patients at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital!  Our musicians will sing and play for most of an hour in the John Carver Pavillon Atrium located in the Children’s Hospital.

    The Wood Intermediate Choirs are  Read more


    North High Homecoming Week 2014

    North High School HOMECOMING WEEK

    Dress up to show your WILDCAT SPIRIT throughout the week!!

    MONDAY 15              MiSMAtCH Day

              *Try your hardest to NOT MATCH at all!

    TUESDAY 16              TWIN DAY

              *Pick your bestie and dress THE SAME!

    WEDNESDAY 17                WESTERN DAY

              *Yee-haw!  Break out the boots and belt buckles for a rodeo of a day!

    THURSDAY 18                    THROWBACK THURSDAY Read more

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    Wood Launches New Enrichment Programs

    Starting this week, your child will be participating in an Enrichment class. We will also provide extra support for students who have been identified as needing a little more instruction to grasp important concepts in math and reading. We also are working to show students how they use reading and math in everything they do. This is a part of Read more


    Wood Student Council Answers Ice Bucket Challenge

    The Sudlow Student Council challenged each DCSD Intermediate to the ALS challenge and donation.

    We met the challenge and nominated our own teachers, administrator and high school student council!


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    Happy Birthday, Lily!

    As with tradition in Mrs. Kendell’s 6th Grade orchestra birthday celebration, Lily Gish was serenaded with “Happy Birthday” by the class and received a Birthday Cake Cookie from Nota Dolce.

    Happy birthday, Lily!! Read more

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    Nominate A DCSD Model Teacher

    Parents, teachers, staff and administrators may nominate teachers who demonstrate excellence in teaching by nomination.

    Nominees must have at least 3 years of teaching experience with one of those years in the Davenport Schools.

    Nominate Model Teacher

    Are you considering applying to become a Model Teacher? Do you want more information about this position and process?  Please feel free to Read more

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    Wood Intermediate Welcomes New Teachers

    This school year, Wood Intermediate welcomes 22 new teachers to it’s community.  The new staff come from an array of backgrounds: straight out of college, launching  second careers, building transfers within the District and new teachers to our District with prior experience.  We are excited towards getting to know our new staff with all of the expertise and experience they Read more

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    2014 Wood Opus Camp

    When: Monday, July 28; Tuesday, July 29; and Wednesday, July 30.

    Where: Wood Intermediate Choir room (212)

    When: 6th graders (boys and girls) 9:00-10:00am

    7-8th Grade Girls                  10:00-11:00am

    7-8th Grade Boys                   11:00-noon

    Cost: FREE Read more


    100 Black Men Club Present at DCSD Board Meeting

     100 Black Men Quad Cities-Stanley Moore Mentoring Program President, Michael Cole provided an overview of the Stanley Moore Mentoring Program. He indicated that Jim Hester served as one of the Presidents of the organization. He explained there are over 200,000 chapters nationwide. The local chapter meets monthly and invites special speakers to talk about their careers with the students. Mr. Read more


    Wood’s Getting Ready…We’ll See You Back Aug. 18th!

    Jump Academy (Aug 12)

    1st Day School Supplies (Aug 2 and 3)

    School Begins (Aug. 18) Read more