Joseph Finnegan, a music instructor at DCE Junior High School, recently earned funding for a euphonium. He sought to acquire the instrument as part of his classroom project entitled, “Bring Back the Brass!” Mr. Finnegan secured funding for the instrument using DonorsChoose.org, a non-profit website where teachers can receive funding for student projects. Congratulations!
On November 24, seventy-six high school students found out they made the cast and pit orchestra list for the upcoming performance of “Mary Poppins”, being produced by the Central Wisconsin Educational Theater Alliance. There will also be numerous other students working in the various student crews for this production, but these lists have not been posted in time for the publication of this article. CWETA is a collaborative musical theater...
After 11 rounds of spelling, Cody Besaw was deemed the DC Everest Middle School Spelling Bee Champion; Sophie Winowiski finished as the First Runner-up. The spelling bee was held on the evening of January 21 in the DCE Middle School Village Theater. A total of 64 sixth and seventh grade contestants participated in the annual Spelling Bee, conquering words such as “magician,” “ipso facto” and “edification.” The winning word for Cody Besaw was...
Melissa Meyer, a Family and Consumer Ed instructor at DCE Junior High School, was one of 17 individuals, businesses and organizations selected by the Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy for the 2014 Wisconsin Financial Literacy Award. Governor Scott Walker acknowledged the honorees in a statement noting, “These worthy individuals and organizations are making a difference by increasing the personal financial knowledge and skills of...
The D.C. Everest Area School District is hiring on-call substitute assistants to work at DCE locations as needed. Ideal applicants should have experience working with school age children and the ability to work on short notice in order to fill in for regular staff when they are unavailable. If you have a background working with special needs children or adults, we are also hiring Special Education Substitute Assistants. We will help candidates...
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