The substate final between Dubuque Senior High School and Hempstead High School tomorrow, Tuesday, March 1, has been moved to Maquoketa High School at 7 p.m. The game was previously scheduled to be played at Davenport North. The winner will advance to the state tournament.
Articles from February 2016
Check out the latest District-Wide Update featuring the science of sledding, the #LetsGetReal Summit, a visit by Abe Lincoln, and the district’s new Senior Citizen Activities Pass.
Check out our revamped District-Wide Update!
This month features the Vision to Learn Program providing eyeglasses to students, Washington Middle School’s Mock Presidential Convention, and a Senior High School renovation planning update!
High school students have endless career opportunities ahead of them – and many leading industries are represented right here in Dubuque.
But, it’s hard to know what possibilities exist without learning more. That’s where Business After School comes in – a FREE three-day event that creates experiential and work-based learning opportunities for students, educators and teachers in the high-demand job sectors of advanced manufacturing, emergency services, engineering, healthcare, auto/diesel, IT/computer science, hospitality, social/interactive and general business.
During National Teen Dating Violence Awareness month in February, the Dubuque Community School District will to host 150 middle school students from across the district for “#LetsGetReal: A Summit on Healthy Teen Relationships” on February 11.
The Dubuque Community School District is now offering a free activities pass for senior citizens to attend district events at no cost. The pass is valid for district athletic events, plays and musicals. It is not valid for intra-city competitions or IGHSAU/IHSAA tournaments.
The complimentary Senior Citizen Activities Pass can be picked up at the front desk of the Forum, 2300 Chaney Road, between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. by any resident of the Dubuque Community School District age 65 and over. To receive a pass, an individual must present a valid photo ID with a home address.
The Dubuque Community School District will operate on a two-hour delay today, Wednesday, Feb. 3, due to icy conditions on secondary and gravel roadways.
All district-run morning pre-school is canceled.
Classes are canceled and schools are closed in the Dubuque Community School District on Tuesday, February 2, due to approaching inclement weather and the Winter Storm Warning advising travel only in an emergency through the remainder of the day.
The following events in the district have also been postponed: