Happy National Counseling Week! Check out the School Board proclamation and say thanks to a school counselor today!
A $30 million renovation of Dubuque Senior High School broke ground on August 9, officially kicking off the two-year renovation that will add a new main entrance, administrative offices, student commons, cafeteria, gymnasium and classroom addition to the school.
Check out renderings of the project below:
The Dubuque Community School District Board of Education approved the 2015-2016 school calendar at its meeting on March 9.
The first full day of school is scheduled for September 1, with orientation programs being held on August 31. The last day of classes is scheduled for Friday, June 3, and high school graduation is scheduled for Sunday, June 5.
It can be said that schools are the window to the future. For one area couple, a passion for historical preservation and community vibrancy will enhance the windows at Bryant Elementary School – literally.
Through a donation to the Dubuque Community School District, John and Alice Butler will fund the replacement and renovation of windows and doors at Bryant Elementary School to return them to their appropriate historic style. In addition, the project will include new historical exterior lighting at the school. Cost of the project, and amount of the donation, is $780,000.