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.
News, Events, and Announcements
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 parents to pick up their son’s/daughter’s 3rd quarter report card. We hope you can attend this important event and look Read more
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 it to the final round and also had 2 teams secure 2 of the 10 regional bids for the state Read more
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 or present) from the Davenport Community Schools. By making a tax-deductible gift to the Davenport Schools Foundation through the Tribute Read more
Due to the 5 inclement weather days, there have been a few calendar changes to the district calendar:
Robert Jones presented to Mr. Tadlock’s 7-8 grade choirs and 7th grade general music classes at 9 and 10 o’clock, Tuesday, February 25.
For over 25 years Robert Jones has been a champion of American Roots music, with a special emphasis on traditional African American music. He is also a storyteller, a preacher, Read more
On February 20, 2014 from 5:30-7pm, students of Wood Intermediate School held a National History Day (NHD) Showcase. This year’s theme is, “Rights and Responsibilities.” In preparation, students chose topics to research that were 25 years old or older that they had to tie to the theme. Students studied primary and secondary resources. They worked with research librarians to perform Read more
13 girls participated in Introduce a Girl to Engineering at John Deere. They were: Claire Akers, Alexis Azure, Kaley Black, Symphony Cooper, Tasia Everett, Rachel Heim, Jasmine Kelly, Abigail Ohland, Vanessa Orozco, Kalee Schultz, Makayla Smith, Kaitlyn Sparbel, and Victoria Vulich. See those pink Deere hats? Read more