IN THIS EPISODE: Senior and Hempstead artists install a gallery of inspiring artwork, Jefferson and Roosevelt students pick their own lesson plans and share them at a Genius Hour celebration event, nearly 500 elementary track stars enter Dalzell Field for a district-wide track meet, and Senior biology students regenerate the lives of flatworms.
IN THIS EPISODE: Hempstead High School hosts its first Women’s Empowerment Conference, Sageville students are on the march, Roosevelt Middle School students connect art and the environment, and Alternative Learning Center students produce a documentary about the Veterans Freedom Center in Dubuque.
IN THIS EPISODE: Dubuque Senior High School’s speech and coding clubs unite for an All-State performance; elementary students participate in Two-by-Two Character Development; professional musicians mentor Hempstead High School student musicians for “Spamalot”; and Prescott and Kennedy Elementary students bring lessons to life with living museums.
Check out this #dcsdShoutOut to the Chandlee family and the Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools for creating the Judi Chandlee Tribute to Teachers Endowment.
Watch below and learn more about the program from the Foundation for Dubuque Public Schools.
IN THIS EPISODE: Dubuque Senior High School students learn economics through dodgeball, the Star Lab mobile planetarium visits Table Mound Elementary School, Fulton Elementary Schools students develop character through roller derby, and Washington Middle School dedicates Roling Auditorium.
A #dcsdshoutout to Dollar General for an amazing gift to support literacy at Table Mound Elementary School!
IN THIS EPISODE: A Key Club initiative brings diapers to those in need, Hope Church provides a free book fair for Audubon students, Green Dot training continues, an Eisenhower Gingerbread tradition, and holiday season activities assist those in need.
IN THIS EPISODE: Dubuque Senior High School students participate in a 36-hour math competition, a Prescott Elementary School art installation at Dubuque Bank & Trust, Hempstead High School rain gutter races, and a bonus ‘stepping’ lesson from students at the Connect Program.
IN THIS EPISODE: Excitement lands at Hoover, high school artists advance their skills, Fuel Up to Play 60 grant powers new breakfast program at Fulton, and Carver kindergartners take part in an election day of their own.