The D.C. Everest (DCE) Dance Team recently earned five awards at the Freedom Dance Invite hosted by Freedom High School located in Freedom, WI.
Each year, schools across the D.C. Everest (DCE) Area School District launch reading incentive programs designed to improve students’ reading proficiency, comprehension and vocabulary skills. This year, Weston Elementary launched a collaborative “Fire Up with Reading” program that integrates art, history and reading.
Nominations opened January 6 for the D.C. Everest District’s Gifted & Talented Program. Students who are currently enrolled in grades 1 through 4 may apply. Letters are being sent to parents of all first graders to make them aware of this program in our district. (This is for placement in next year’s program.) Riverside Elementary houses the District’s Gifted & Talented Magnet Program which services selected students in grades 2-5. The Gifted & Talented Magnet Program is designed with an accelerated curriculum to meet the needs of students with advanced academic capabilities.
4K Registration, February 8-12:
Children four years of age on or before September 1, 2016 are eligible. Registrations are accepted at the 4K sites.
If you will be transporting your child, you may register at the 4K site of your preference, however, this preference is not a guarantee. If you require busing, you must register at your neighborhood 4K site. If you are unsure of the 4K site in your area, please refer to the 4K site map (Bethlehem location on Kowalski Road is closed). Please bring your child’s original birth certificate and immunization record when registering.
Visit our 4K Student Registration area for necessary forms.
Children five years of age on or before September 1, 2016 are eligible. Please register at your neighborhood elementary school between 9:00 am and 3:15 pm. If you are unsure of your attendance area, check the elementary boundaries map or call First Student at 715-359-3555.
Be sure to bring your child’s original birth certificate and immunization record. You can fill out the registration paperwork ahead of time and bring it with you. D.C. Everest 4K program students continuing on to a D.C. Everest elementary school do not need to fill out registration forms or provide birth certificates. Please provide updated medical forms prior to the first day of school.
Visit our K-12 Student Registration area for necessary forms.
On January 27, from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m., students and teachers from the D.C. Everest (DCE) Middle School will have the opportunity to showcase how they utilize technology in the classroom to collaborate, create, research and explore. The event, which will be hosted at the DCE Middle School, is open to the public. Guests can visit the various stations where students will demonstrate and explain a specific technology, app or program. Students will demonstrate some of the following digital tools and applications: Smart Music Garage Band Robotics Coding Skype Digital libraries Padlet iBrainstorm FaceTime YouTube Flipped Safeshare Techbook Flex Scheduler Discovery Learning Quizlet MyON DCE families and members of the community interested in learning more about these digital tools are encouraged to attend the Digital Learning Showcase for live demonstrations.
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