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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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– SYSTEM NOTICE –

The entire D.C. Everest High School and all of Greenheck Fieldhouse will be completely without technology from August 15-19. Provisions will be made so the phone system will work, however, ALL other technology will be inaccessible. Please plan for this outage and thank you very much for your understanding as we continue to upgrade technology services district-wide.


Channel 7 names DCE Summer School “Class of the Week”

Channel 7 Class of the Week

Josh Fritsche’s summer school class, Wisconsin Conservation and Outdoors, had the opportunity to make genuine Mepps lures with leaders from the Mepps organization. Check out Channel 7′s full report here


Channel 9 visits school forest
WAOW Visits School Forest

On July 9, Lauren Magiera from WAOW spent the day with the Twin Oaks group – Bruce Krueger and Briana Schield are the teachers – for her Outdoors With Lauren segment.

 

Evergreens finish historic season

Soccer Team Earns Berth at State

Congratulations to coach Kollross and the entire girls soccer team for a magical season.

Unfortunately, the state title alluded the girls, as they dropped a hard-fought, 1-0 decision to Divine Savior Holy Angels at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.

Check out the Wausau Daily Herald story or Tweet them.


How to sign up for DCE text alerts . . .

Twitter LogoWe will be posting school closures, delays, and other alerts through our @DCEalerts Twitter account. You can receive text messages instantly from this Twitter account and you *DO NOT* need a Twitter account of your own to receive these texts. Follow @DCEalerts
To receive alerts via text:
1. Compose a text message addressed to 40404 and send the message follow DCEalerts to subscribe.
2. You will receive a confirmation text indicating you’ve successfully subscribed to the text alert system.
3. If you’re not a Twitter user, you will receive information on how to “sign up and join the conversation.” You can ignore this.
4. As messages are sent to the @DCEalerts twitter page, you will automatically receive them as text messages on your phone.

Please note that receiving texts may cost you money if you do not subscribe to a texting plan.

If you’d like to stop receiving our tweets via text, send unfollow DCEalerts to 40404.