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District-Wide Updates

District-Wide Update 4
(2016-2017)

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.

 

District-Wide Update 3
(2016-2107)

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.

District-wide Update 1 (2016-2017)

Check out this year’s first District-wide Update! This edition features Sageville Teacher Ann Johnson receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, District schools participate in the Farm-to-School Crawl, elementary students try out instruments for the first time, and a PPEL thank you!

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!

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.”

District-Wide Update 10
2015-2016

Watch the latest District-Wide featuring the high school Chemistry Olympics, diversity appreciation activities at Jefferson Middle School, a Lincoln Elementary School student’s fundraising efforts, and Bryant Elementary School’s celebration of its historic window replacement project.

District-Wide Update 9
(2015-2016)

Watch the latest District-Wide featuring the Sole Hope service project at Lincoln Elementary School, a celebration of learning health fair at Washington Middle School, Family STEM Night at Kennedy Elementary School, and a poverty simulation for staff.