|4K PROGRAM – Please contact your 4K provider for their school supply list.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Grades K-5)
|• Evergreen Elementary||• Riverside Elementary|
|• Hatley Elementary||• Rothschild Elementary|
|• Mountain Bay Elementary||• Weston Elementary|
|MIDDLE SCHOOL (Grades 6-7)||JUNIOR HIGH • Eighth Grade • Ninth Grade|
|SENIOR HIGH: Students are asked to bring a folder and notebook for each class along with pencils and pens. They will find out what else they need the first week of school.|
|IDEA CHARTER SCHOOL|
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July 18 Update: Photos available on wausaudailyherald.com website.
Two dozen students from D.C. Everest Senior High School will be en route to China starting at about 1 a.m. Wednesday.
Business and social studies teachers sparked the trip and will explore both subjects with students on the 12-day journey. The students range in age from 15 to 19 and will make stops in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Xi’an and Beijing.
Business education teacher Jim Dahlgren said he is most excited for the stop in Hong Kong, one of the world’s largest hubs for business and finance. He’s also hoping the group will be able to swing by Greenheck‘s facility in the city of Kunshan, just outside of Shanghai.
SENIOR HIGH SUMMER HOURS:
|Monday through Thursday||7:00 am – 3:30 pm|
|Friday||7:00 am – 11:00 am|
|Please call 715.359.6561, ext 4231 or 4251 before visiting as staff members may be on vacation and the office closed.|
SENIOR HIGH ORIENTATION OPEN HOUSES will be held in August for students to pay fees, tour the building, find lockers, pay lunch money and pick up schedules and school ID’s.
Thanks to a generous donation from 4imprint’s One by One charity, the D.C. Everest (DCE) Middle School Green Team received more than 250 reusable grocery totes to give away to students during the Middle School’s Earth Week activities. The bags were customized with the DCE Middle School logo.
As part of the “Shifting Skies: Birds and Climate Change” 2016 Project, D.C. Everest Middle School GEM students have researched the effects of a warmer Wisconsin on nesting birds, particularly the Eastern Bluebird. Through their research, they discovered that human impacts on the bluebird have spanned time — since the introduction of English Sparrows in the United States in the 1700s. English, or House Sparrows, began to compete for cavity nesting sites with bluebirds. The construction of nest boxes has been a critical step in bringing back bluebirds in recent decades.
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