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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.
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.
For students interested in exploring a career in television, film, videography, editing and production, the “Lights, Camera, Action” course at the D.C. Everest Senior High provides crucial hands-on learning opportunities in which they create and produce their own videos, films, news casts or shows.
The 7th grade Science Department at D.C. Everest Middle school initiated an at-home corn-and-bean CoronaFolk Project last spring after schools transitioned to remote learning due to COVID-19.
Last spring, D.C. Everest Junior High instructors Kelly Schiefelbein and Stacy Heise secured a “3D Pens for Engineering and Artistic Exploration” grant from the D.C. Everest Area Community Foundation to build a cross-curricular program allowing eighth and ninth grade students to utilize 3Doodlers (3D) pens to illustrate concepts in math, history, art, design and engineering.