6300 Alderson St.  |  Weston, WI 54476
Phone 715.359.4221  |  Fax 715.359.2056

School begins Tuesday, Sept. 1

Back to SchoolAre you ready for a great school year?

Here are some helpful links for your information:

Don’t forget to access your Infinite Campus account to update any contact information or pay fees. If you need help with Infinite Campus, please contact your school at the link above.

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DCE registration, orientation scheduled

Four-year-old kindergarten (4K) registration
The D.C. Everest 4K program partners with community early childhood professionals who are dedicated to providing high quality learning experiences to all four-year-old children. Enrolled four-year-olds will experience developmentally appropriate activities in a safe and caring environment, where each child is viewed as a unique learner. Registration materials are available here. For more information or questions concerning the DCE 4K program, please contact Terese Baier, 4K Coordinator. Any child registering for four-year-old kindergarten must be four years old by Sept. 1.

Kindergarten through fifth-grade registration
New students should pick up and drop off registration materials from June 23 through Aug. 4, at the Administration Building, 6300 Alderson St., Weston. Beginning Aug. 5, students NEW to the district may register between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. at their attendance area school. It is preferred that all students new to the district register prior to the opening of school on Sept. 1. Any child registering for kindergarten must be  five years old by Sept. 1. Please bring your child’s birth certificate and immunization records with you to register.

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1 to 1 Learning Program Announced

1 to 1 Learning Program logoThe D.C. Everest Area School District is excited to announce the launch of its 1 to 1 Learning Program. Starting with the 2015-16 academic year, students in grades K-2 will be provided with an iPad for in-school use, and students in grades 3-12 will be provided with an iPad for personal use at school and at home. The iPads will be theirs to use as long as they are registered students of the school district.

Our teachers are – and will remain – the most important resource for students. Nothing can replace student-teacher interaction and instruction. The iPads will simply be a tool that accelerates personalized learning, providing both teachers and students with instructional tools that bring the world to our doorstep and inspire creativity, critical thinking, imagination, communication, problem-solving and collaboration.

We have met with and researched multiple school districts currently participating in a 1 to 1 approach with technology. These districts note students are more engaged in learning because they are able to learn at their own pace. Teachers report less late or missing assignments because students are more organized. They have seen students of all academic levels advance because they can choose how  they learn and demonstrate what  they’ve learned. Overall, they note an increase in student collaboration inside and outside of the classroom, and improved classroom engagement, discussion and decision-making.

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2015-16 Supply Lists

4K PROGRAM – Please contact your 4K provider for their school supply list.
• Evergreen Elementary Riverside Elementary
Hatley Elementary Rothschild Elementary
Mountain Bay Elementary Weston Elementary
MIDDLE SCHOOL (Grades 6-7)  
JUNIOR HIGH  •  Eighth Grade  •  Ninth Grade  
SENIOR HIGH: Students are asked to bring a folder and notebook for each class along with pencils and pens. They will find out what else they need the first week of school.
Documents above are Acrobat PDF files and viewable with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader available here. If you spot any errors or omissions in the lists provided, please email them to us for immediate correction.

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2015 Division 1 State Soccer Champions!


Time after time Saturday afternoon, the Evergreens had potential scoring chances ended by a swarming Kettle Moraine defense that clogged up the middle of the field.

Then in the 104th minute, Kendra Wolfgram hit Jordyn Ostrowski with a through ball and the D.C. Everest senior broke in on the Lasers’ net and converted on the opportunity.

It was Ostrowski’s only shot of the game but it gave the Evergreens a 1-0 win in the WIAA Division 1 state girls soccer championship game at Uihlein Soccer Park.

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How to sign up for DCE text alerts . . .

Twitter LogoWe will be posting school closures, delays, and other alerts through our @DCEalerts Twitter account. You can receive text messages instantly from this Twitter account and you *DO NOT* need a Twitter account of your own to receive these texts. Follow @DCEalerts
To receive alerts via text:
1. Compose a text message addressed to 40404 and send the message follow DCEalerts to subscribe.
2. You will receive a confirmation text indicating you’ve successfully subscribed to the text alert system.
3. If you’re not a Twitter user, you will receive information on how to “sign up and join the conversation.” You can ignore this.
4. As messages are sent to the @DCEalerts twitter page, you will automatically receive them as text messages on your phone.

Please note that receiving texts may cost you money if you do not subscribe to a texting plan.

If you’d like to stop receiving our tweets via text, send unfollow DCEalerts to 40404.