sophomore Preston Winowiski, who participated in the Wisconsin
American Legion’s Americanism and Government Scholarship test.
Preston was one of the
top 45 recipients out of nearly 4000 Wisconsin high school
students to receive a $250 Scholarship.
The opportunity for
taking this test was brought to the attention of the Student
Services Department, and communicated to Paul Aleckson to share
with his staff and students. The test is designed to not
only recognize students in grades 10-12 with scholarships, but
also to bring awareness to the rights and privileges that we
have through American citizenship.
Preston took advantage
of the challenge and is now reaping the benefits of improved
self-esteem and a thicker pocket/savings account.
2016 DCE Senior High Summer School
Remedial Make-Up Courses: Remedial classes are available to students who have failed at least one semester of the class during the regular school year. Students may earn either first or second semester credits by taking the corresponding courses during summer school as they are offered below. Students will receive ½ credit upon successful completion of the course requirements. The remedial courses will run for six weeks and will start on June
16th with no class the week of July 4-8.
Enrichment Courses are also available. Students will receive ¼ or ½ credit upon successful completion of the course requirements for most classes offered
(refer to registration
form). Please note that courses are open only to specific grade levels (refer to registration
form). Enrichment class times and dates vary and are listed below with no class the
week of July 4-8.
Transportation: There is no bus transportation offered. All students must find their own way to and from the high school.
Location: All courses will be offered in the high school building.
|How to request your D.C. Everest High School Transcript
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transcripts is $3.33 per transcript.
|The 2016-2017 Course & Career Guide
has been prepared to assist students in selecting courses for the next school year.
Your success is important to us and the
following suggestions/materials below may help you in the process of
selecting your courses:
your plans with parents, counselors, and teachers as they can
provide valuable insight.
courses that will meet district and state graduation
requirements as well as support future educational and career
in courses designed to satisfy current interests, curiosity, and
the development of personal skills.
10th Grade Course Selection
11th Grade Course Selection
12th Grade Course Selection
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|DCE Sports Schedules,
Forms & Handbook
visit the Wisconsin Valley Conference's "R-School"
website for up-to-date information on DCE athletic contests.
If you have further
questions or information to share, please contact DCE's Sporting Event Specialist,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or
phone 715-359-4221, ext. 4236.
|NCAA Eligibility Center for Student Athletes
Athletes interested in participating in either Division I or II athletics at the college level will need to register with the
Center. There are certain eligibility requirements prospective student athletes need to meet. To find out more about eligibility requirements and the NCAA Eligibility Center visit:
www.eligibilitycenter.org. Gathering this information and applying to the
clearinghouse is the responsibility of the student athlete and their parent/guardian.