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


    Wood Choirs Sweep Chicago Competition

    Congratulations to the award-winning Wood 7-8 grade Select Choirs for their impressive showing on May 10 at the  Music In The Parks music competition in Chicago.  Twenty-two schools from nine different states competed at Woodland Middle School in Gurnee, IL.  ... Read more

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    Wood To Host Talent Show May 1

    Attention Students and families! You are invited to a night of gala. On Thursday May 1st from 6:30- 8:00 students will be dancing and singing in the “Wood’s Got Talent Variety Show.” Please join us in a night to remember. ... Read more


    Wood’s Rivermont Academic Invitational Team, “The Tributes,” secures 4th place at the competition!

    Rivermont Academic Invitational is an academic competition developed for students from all around the Quad-Cities area. The Rivermont Academic Invitational strives to provide an organized local academic team competition incorporating meaningful real-life situations and experiences with team building, creativity, global ... Read more


    Castle Building Arises From the Imagination of Wood 6th Graders

    On Thursday, April 24th, students building castles during castle building day with the 6th grade gold team. This event was set up by Mrs. Sawyer, one of Wood’s 6th grade Social Studies teachers, to give the students a chance to ... Read more

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    World Book Night Celebrated at Wood

    Joe Taylor, CEO of Quad Cities Visitor Bureau, and Dr. Tate handed out 20 books to students in 8th grade for World Book Night.   These students were chosen by their teachers to receive a free book.  This year’s book was ... Read more


    Million Man March to Stomp Out Bullying May 1st

    This year Wood Intermediate School is proud to join others around the nation to participate in the world’s largest anti-bullying awareness rally:  The Million T-shirt March, May 1st, 2014.  Students and staff are asked to participate by wearing

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    Google Chromebooks Arrive at Wood

    Mr. Bowrey’s 8th grade science class are utilizing the newly arrived Chromebooks working on data tables and graphs.  Many Wood teachers are utilizing the technology in their classrooms. 

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    Parent-Teacher Spring Conferences are set for April 1; 4-7 p.m.

    The annual Parent-Teacher Spring Conferences are set for Tuesday, April 1 beginning at 4:00 p.m. and closing at 7:00 p.m.  The teachers will be stationed at tables in both the cafeteria and gym.  The front office will be open for ... Read more


    Wood Sends 4 to State NHD!

    On Monday March 3, 2014, 74 Wood Intermediate students competed in the regional National History Day competition. There were a large variety of subjects covered and projects created through websites, performances, exhibit boards, and documentaries. Wood had several students make ... Read more


    Davenport Schools Foundation Teacher Tribute and May 2 Gala

    Is there a DCSD teacher that has made a difference in your child’s life? Tribute to Teachers is an annual initiative of the Davenport Schools Foundation to give alumni, families and friends the opportunity to honor a special educator (past ... Read more