For many years all eighth grade Earth Science students at D.C. Everest (DCE) Area School District have participated in the annual spring “Rivers Trip” as a culminating experience for their lakes, rivers and streams studies. This spring outing has provided every eighth grader with the opportunity to experience and study the structures of a natural river and examine why Wisconsin communities, like our own, are usually situated on rivers.
On Thursday, May 24th, D.C. Everest Senior High students with developmental disabilities had the opportunity to partake in the Take Your Legislator to Work Day campaign. The campaign is designed to bring together legislators and constituents with disabilities to highlight the benefits of community-integrated jobs for people with disabilities.
The D.C. Everest Senior High recently hosted the Third Annual DCETalks event showcasing the year-long Genius Projects of students enrolled in the collegiate-level AP United States History course.
Throughout the school year, students in the D.C. Everest (DCE) Area School District are allotted Extended Learning Time (ELT) — a block of time in which they can meet one-on-one with teachers for assistance, complete homework, collaborate with classmates on projects or pursue interests beyond the school curriculum. DCE Middle School students interested in further exploring science, technology, art/design, engineering and math (STEAM), gravitated to science teacher DJ Huddleston during ELT time.
Three students from D.C. Everest Senior High participated in the NTC wood competition hosted at the Wood Technology Center of Excellence in Antigo, Wisconsin. David Lannigan earned first place, and a $500 scholarship, in the open class. Tanner Kocher took third place in the furniture class and secured a $250 scholarship and gift cards. Micah Lehman completed a custom nightstand for the competition.
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