A #dcsdshoutout to Fire Station 4 and all of our area firefighters during this Fire Prevention Month!
Articles from October 2015
In this episode, Senior students get hands-on with mussels, Fulton students strengthen relationships at Eagle Point Park, the new Hempstead renovation is dedicated, and animal-focused Kids Talk!
Crisp fall apples. Delicious watermelon. Coleslaw made from fresh local cabbage.
All of the items and more are featured in the Dubuque Community School District’s lunch lineup during Farm-to-School Month – promoting the use of locally sourced produce.
For two weeks, from October 5 through October 16, every school in the district will see one or two food items per week from local suppliers. This is in addition to Prairie Farms milk, which is served every day in the district and comes from farms within 100 miles of Dubuque.
Check out our latest #dcsdshoutout to Dubuque Elks Lodge #297 for a decade of provide dictionaries to third-graders throughout the Dubuque area.
Check out photos below from the October 3 dedication and open house celebrating the $30 million renovation of Hempstead High School.
The $30 million project, which broke ground in May 2013, includes the addition of a 700-seat auditorium, an auxiliary gym with two courts and seating for 450, additional classroom space for music and technology education, a new kiln room in art, new administrative offices and other mechanical and safety enhancements. The project is well ahead of its anticipated January 2016 completion.