D.C. Everest is committed to a culture of excellence by educating all students to be community, career and college ready to succeed in our diverse world.
The Only Advanced Learner/Challenge Magnet Program for Elementary Students in the Region
Riverside Elementary houses the District’s Challenge Magnet Program which services selected students in grades 2-5. This program is designed with an accelerated and differentiated curriculum. Instruction time will emphasize higher level cognitive skills, problem solving, logic, and creativity. Students qualifying for placement in the program need to acquire academic knowledge quickly, apply knowledge in creative and productive ways, and demonstrate a strong desire to learn.
For more information concerning the program, contact Riverside Elementary Principal Kevin Kampmann at 715.359.2417 or email@example.com.
Advanced Learner/Challenge Magnet Information Video
Standards Based Grading
In order to best prepare students for post-secondary education and a career, the D.C. Everest Area School District is using a standards-based assessment and grading system to more accurately monitor, measure and communicate a student’s learning, growth and academic achievement. This grading system will also positively affect the classroom — allowing teachers to provide clearer and more meaningful feedback for each student based on their specific needs and goals. Please visit the links below for more information:
Curriculum Staff Directory
D.C. Everest student Brodey Schertz rounded out his senior year by earning the title of Wisconsin State Gold Medalist in the SkillsUSA Cabinetmaking event. As the state champion, he also earned the honor of representing D.C. Everest and the state of Wisconsin in the virtual 2021 SkillsUSA National Cabinetmaking Competition on June 16.
The Hydroponics Club at Riverside Elementary supplies the lunchroom with fresh lettuce in just four to six weeks and are planning to grow strawberries in the weeks to come.
New Course at D.C. Everest Senior High is an Exercise in Running an Actual Metal Fabrication Business
This year, students at the D.C. Everest Senior High have a brand new hands-on learning opportunity — running a student-operated custom metal fabrication business as part of a year-long course.
In spring 2020, D.C. Everest Junior High instructors Kelly Schiefelbein and Stacy Heise were awarded a grant from the D.C. Everest Area Community Foundation to build a cross-curricular program in which eighth and ninth grade students can explore complex ideas in math, history, art, design and engineering and bring them to life with 3Doodlers (3D) pens.