America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, gives rural public school districts the opportunity to compete for a grant of up to $25,000 to help fund science and math programs. Eligible farmers can nominate local public school districts for a grant. Please ask all of the local farmers you know to nominate our school today!
DCE Riverside Elementary School hosted its 13th Annual “Giants in Science” Science Fair on March 12, 2015. Nearly 200 students participated in the event with a variety of unique projects ranging from hovercrafts to solar energy and catapults. Siemens Corporation chemists and more than 60 students from UW-Stevens Point helped judge the students’ projects. Below is a list of the fifth grade winners: Scientific Inquiry: 1st place- Vanessa Kamke- Doe [...]
Next Generation Science Standards have made it to DCE Riverside Elementary in a big way. Fifth grade students are not only learning about science — but “doing” science — through reading, discussion, collaboration and hands-on experimentation. During a recent unit concerning changing states of matter, students experimented with dry ice to see how the temperature of the water affected sublimation — witnessing matter change from a solid directly to [...]
The DCE Area School District is currently hiring two (2) Summer Weight Room Supervisors for the Greenheck Field House. The position is for the summer only, with 20 hours per week Monday – Friday. The starting wage is $10 per hour, no benefits. Duties for the position include supervision of weight room activities, cleaning/sanitization of equipment, workout area organization, monitoring equipment for needed repairs and promoting Greenheck Field Ho [...]
D.C. Everest High School’s players raise their runner up trophy proudly after losing against Divine Savior Holy Angels High School during their WIAA Division 1 state championship basketball game Saturday, March 14, 2015, at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
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