Congratulations to DCE supervisor of facilities and community services, Aaron Mull, on his 20 Under 40 recognition from the Wausau Daily Herald! View Aaron Mull’s profile!
Congratulations to DCE Middle School Principal Casey Nye on being selected as one of the Wausau Daily Herald’s 20 Under 40! View his profile!
As many of you are aware, a student at the D.C. Everest Senior High has organized a Boycott School Lunch Pack-a-Bag event to take place on November 13, 2014, to protest the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act. We recognize and respect the students’ right to voice their opinion and their efforts to garner the attention of legislators. That said, we thought it best to provide parents with a fact sheet concerning the D.C. Everest School Meal...
Weston Elementary Takes Part in Capitol Ceremony Celebrating 2014-15 Wisconsin Title I Schools of Recognition
State Superintendent Tony Evers offered congratulations to D.C. Everest Weston Elementary School for being among 173 schools in the state that received Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition honors for the 2014-15 school year. “These schools are examples of the success we need in all of our schools to close the achievement gap,” Evers said. The schools were recognized during a special October 13 ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison hosted...
This fall, the D.C. Everest Performing Arts Department will showcase the musical “Godspell.” Diane Goetsch, Arts Education Coordinator, notes the production emphasizes the importance of coming together as a community. In essence, it is a story about a “community that has experienced a challenge and, in the process, lost all hope. A leader emerges who revives the spirit of the community through storytelling and setting an example for his...
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