Tim Feathers, an art and photography instructor at the D.C. Everest Middle School and D.C. Everest Senior High, recently earned Best in Show honors at the Center for Visual Art’s 25th Annual Midwest Seasons Show. Two of Feathers photos — “Momma Made Lemonade” and “She Dances in her Summer Dress” — were accepted into the show. “She Dances in her Summer Dress” was awarded Best in Show honors. The Annual Midwest Seasons Show Juror Helen Klebe [...]
Twenty-eight D.C. Everest Middle School sixth-graders took part in a three-day environmental camp where they participated in interactive conservation and resource management lessons. The students began their trip with a tour of Domtar Paper Company where they learned about the paper-making process, as well as the role conservation plays in the future of the paper industry and Domtar. DCE student Audrey Seibel commented, “I liked learning about w [...]
In response to Governor Walker’s 2015-2017 State Budget Proposal, the D.C. Everest School Board has drafted a School Board Resolution to address several areas of concern to the District. The Resolution has been sent to Senator Petrowski, Representative Heaton and Representative Spiros requesting they work with their legislative colleagues and Governor Walker to revise the proposed budget to restore school funding for 2015‐2017 to levels ade [...]
On March 10, 2015, members of the community will have the opportunity to meet with members of nearly 40 D.C. Everest (DCE) extracurricular clubs to learn more about the opportunities each club presents to students. Clubs range from the snowboarding and ski club, to origami, gaming and 3D molecular modeling. The DCE art, drama and music programs also will showcase their accomplishments with student art shows and live performances at the event. The [...]
Students in grades 3-8 will be taking the Badger 3-8 Exam during April and May. Please click on the “Read More” button to view schedule of when your child will be testing and an informational brochure from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your school principal.
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