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Articles from June 2016

District-Wide Update 12
2015-2016

Check out the latest District-Wide Update, featuring Roosevelt Middle School students advancing to the national eCYBERMISSION finals, Carver Elementary School community groups, our newest graduates go out into the world, and a Dream Center bonus story!

Roosevelt Sixth-Graders Advance to National eCYBERMISSION Competition

Teams Will Compete to Win Up to $9,000 in U.S. Savings Bonds at the Competitions’ National Judging & Educational Event

Arlington, Va. – The U.S. Army announced that the Raptor One team from Roosevelt Middle School has been selected as one of 20 national finalists in the 14th annual eCYBERMISSION competition. Students on the team are Roosevelt students Colin Koot, Luke Onderick, Miah Phalen and Payton Weber. The web-based science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) program—sponsored by the U.S. Army and administered by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA)—is designed to cultivate student interest in STEM by encouraging students in grades six through nine to develop solutions to real-world problems in their local communities.

The national finalist teams will advance to eCYBERMISSION’s National Judging and Educational Event (NJ&EE), taking place in Washington, D.C. metropolitan area June 20-24.

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Student Art Featured in June 2016 Digital Fringe

The June edition of Digital Fringe, an online gallery of student art in the Dubuque Community School District, is now live!

View the Elementary School Gallery

View the Middle and High School Gallery

This gallery is a way to highlight the remarkable products of art education in the district. It’s a digital attempt at bringing the work of our student artists at all levels into your home – because art is created for others to take in.

View previous galleries on the Digital Fringe page

District-Wide Update 11
(2015-2016)

Check out the latest District-Wide Update, featuring a visit by world-renowned violinist Midori, the elementary school Battle of the Books, a student project about human trafficking, and “Go the Distance Day.”