As part of the ”Music in the Schools” project, more than 300 DCE band students in grades 6 – 12 will have the opportunity to work with the Dallas Brass from February 16 – 18, 2015. During their visit to DCE, the Dallas Brass will conduct student workshops, host small group clinics, visit a variety of music classrooms and rehearse with students in preparation for their concert with the Dallas Brass ensemble. Students...
The D.C. Everest School District is currently accepting nominations for the 2015-2016 Gifted & Talented Magnet Program. The nomination period runs from December 1, 2014 through January 9, 2015. Parents and teachers are encouraged to nominate students in 1st through 4th grades who have demonstrated advanced academic capabilities. Riverside Elementary houses the D.C. Everest District’s Gifted & Talented Magnet Program, which services...
Once again, as a means of thanking the United Way for the important role it plays in the community, employees of the D.C. Everest Area School District hosted a variety of fundraising campaigns to benefit the United Way, including the Rebecca’s Closet, Career Closet and Ready to Read programs. Barbara Lawrence, 2014 United Way Chairperson for the DCE Schools, led the United Way fundraising campaigns for the schools. “We had a very...
Rothschild Elementary and Domtar Celebrate American Education Week with Grant and Volunteer Book Event
To celebrate American Education week, 22 Domtar employees visited Rothschild Elementary and read books to students on Monday afternoon. The volunteers also handed out free pencils and books to all the Rothschild Elementary kindergarteners and first graders, and participated in a celebratory ice cream social. The event took place because of the generosity of the Domtar First Book Project. As part of the Powerful Pages campaign, Domtar Paper and...
Heidi Flees, who teaches German at the D.C. Everest (DCE) Junior High School, was presented with the Wisconsin Association for Language Teachers (WAFLT) Future Language Teacher Award at the WAFLT Fall Conference held in Appleton, Wisconsin. Ms. Flees was also one of 20 foreign language teachers recognized with a WAFLT Honors in Language Study Award. The WALFT Future Language Teacher Award is conferred on students in teacher-training programs...
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