The DCE Area School District would like to congratulate all of the students who qualified for the National AP Scholars. Across the nation, the College Board recognizes students who receive high scores on multiple Advanced Placement (AP) tests. Upon completing an AP course, students take an AP exam. Those who earn a score of three or higher on the AP test qualify for advanced university credit. Nicholas Girordano and Megan Niemuth qualifie […]
The DCE Middle School Fourteenth Annual Peer Helper training took place at St. Agnes Parish Hall on Friday, September 25, 2015. Peer Helpers are nominated by their teachers to serve as “buddies” for select sixth and seventh grade students during lunch hours at the DCE Middle School. The Peer Helpers also provide leadership for school activities such as Mix-It-Up Days, positive affirmation readings in the mornings, and fifth grade orientation in t […]
DCE Freshman David Pickar placed first in the drum set solo competition and second in the rudiments category at DrumFest, held at Bay Beach Amusement Park in Green Bay on Saturday, September 19, 2015. When asked about his performance, David noted, “It is because of the personal instruction and lessons from my teacher Mr. Finnegan that I enjoy playing. Mr. Finnegan makes learning fun and motivates me to practice, challenge myself and expand […]
The D.C. Everest Area School District would like to congratulate the students who recently received an Academic Letter for their outstanding 2014-15 academic year performance. The students received their Academic Letter at a banquet hosted in their honor on September 21, 2015. In order to earn an Academic Letter, students must earn a 3.9 GPA as a freshman, a 3.75 GPA as a sophomore and a 3.5 GPA as a junior. In addition, the students mu […]
More than 2,500 DC Everest students came together on Friday, September 11 to pay tribute to those who lost their lives 14 years ago and to thank those who continue to protect our freedom. We would like to thank our District music teachers, students and Diane Goetsch, Arts Education Coordinator and 8th Grade Orchestra Teacher, for their efforts. The moving tribute can be viewed online by clicking here.
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