2016 Homecoming Parade
This year's homecoming parade is scheduled for September 23, 2016 at 5:00. The parade route has changed just a bit from past years. We will start from the Senior High parking lot on Alderson Street at the south end of the building. The parade will travel north on Alderson, turn west onto Jelinek and end at the stadium. We hope to see you all there to cheer on our Evergreens!

The PSAT/NMSQT® exam will be offered at Mount Olive church on Wednesday, October 19, 2016, beginning at 8:00 am. Students may sign up in the Sr. High main office by September 22nd. The cost of the test is $16. The purpose of the PSAT (practice SAT) is to give students an opportunity to experience taking a college readiness test and to identify students who might benefit from advanced coursework. The test will provide the following:
Assess their skills in Reading, Writing, Language and Mathematics
Get specific suggestions on how to improve their skills
Compare their academic skills with those of other college-bound students
Practice for college entrance exams such as the ACT and SAT
Enter scholarship competitions
Ask colleges to send them information
PSAT/NMSQT® scores are used as initial screen of entrants to the National Merit Scholarship Program, which recognizes outstanding academic achievement by U.S. high school students
Get information about a college major of interest to them By taking the PSAT in 11th grade, all students have the opportunity to qualify for participation in the National Merit Scholarship Program.
JUNIORS: Registration for Kaplan’s free PSAT Prep Live has begun. Highly-rated, expert instructors will review all the areas of the exam, streamed live online leading up to test day.  Register now by visiting www.kaptest.com/psatpreplive.

Athletics registration now available online

rSchool Today RegistrationThis fall, we will be transitioning from paper athletic registration forms to electronic registration through the RSchool Today website. This new method of registration will not only reduce the amount of paper used, but it will also make completing athletic forms quick and easy. There will be computer stations set up for registration at the fall parent meetings as well as in the Athletics Office. The parent meeting for all fall sports is scheduled for Monday, August 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Auditorium.

Athletic participation fees still need to be submitted to the Athletics Office, or paid online through the Infinite Campus parent/student portal. Fees must be paid prior to participation. Please feel free to call (715) 359-6561, ext. 4236, or email Jenna Bradley, Athletics Secretary with any questions.

Online Athletic Registration Instructions

  1. The athletics registration page can be accessed at following web address: https://dceverest-ar.rschooltoday.com
  2. With this new website, all athletic forms are to be completed online with the exception of the physical and alternate-year cards. Parents will have the ability to scan and upload the physical and alternate-year card forms if they wish. If physicals and alternate-year cards are not uploaded electronically, a hard copy needs to be turned into the Athletics Office.
  3. Please be sure to read all areas thoroughly and carefully. Click and sign off on all forms as instructed.
Mandatory Fall Parent Meetings:
Football, Boys Soccer, Girls Swim, Dance, Girls Golf, Volleyball, Girls Tennis, and Cross Country:
Monday, August 1 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Auditorium
The Athletics Department will be set up to collect athletic fee payments at each parent meeting for your convenience.

WIAA Sports Physical Clinic Date
Tuesday, August 2
3:30-7:30 pm
Aspirus Wausau Family Medicine
425 Windridge Dr

D.C. Everest High School Student Parking Policy
Students who wish to use the student parking lot must purchase a parking permit. Permit parking cost is $40 if purchased for the full year, $30 if purchased in quarter 2, $20 if purchased in quarter 3, $10 if purchased in quarter 4. Vehicle registration should be brought to the front office where vehicle make, model, and license plate information are recorded before parking stickers are issued. Parking sticker placement is as indicated below. If the permits are not placed in the designated areas or are not visible, a citation will be issued that cannot be cancelled. If a student drives more than one vehicle (this includes mopeds and motorcycles) to school or buys a different vehicle, he/she must purchase an additional parking sticker for $2. A Temporary Parking Pass (one or two days) may also be purchased for $2/day. Complete Parking Policy as PDF.

Please call 715.359.6561, ext 4231 or 4251 to ensure there is someone available to issue a work permit. In order for a work permit to be issued you must have ALL of the following:
1. Letter from employer with the following information: 
Name and address of employer 
Phone number of employer 
Specific type of work that student will be doing 
Hours that student will be working `
Employer signature
2. Written permission from parent(s)
3. One of the following:
Driver's license (preferred) 
Birth certificate 
Baptism certificate
4. Original Social Security card
5. $10.00 fee to be reimbursed by the employer

The Labor Standards Bureau sets work permit charges and as of 7/1/2009, the charge was set at $10.00. If you have questions regarding this information, please contact them at: 608-266-3345

April 2016 Newsletter – Graduation Edition
Ticket info
Practice schedule
Awards ceremony details
  . . . . and much more!

How to request your D.C. Everest High School Transcript
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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:
Discuss your plans with parents, counselors, and teachers as they can provide valuable insight.
Select courses that will meet district and state graduation requirements as well as support future educational and career goals.
Participate in courses designed to satisfy current interests, curiosity, and the development of personal skills.
10th Grade Course Selection Sheet
11th Grade Course Selection Sheet
12th Grade Course Selection Sheet


Wondering about Infinite Campus access and use?
Check out these videos. DCE's district ID = PRXNJY

Infinite Campus Portal

Infinite Campus Mobile App


DCE Sports Schedules, Forms & Handbook

Please 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, Jenna Bradley; email jbradley@dce.k12.wi.us or phone 715-359-4221, ext. 4236.

DCE Athletic Forms & Documents:
DCE Athletic Handbook
DCE Sports Forms (Physical Forms, Pledge Card, Concussion Policy, etc.)
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 NCAA Eligibility 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.

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bulletGreenheck Field House
bulletIMC/Production Lab Reservations
bulletD.C. Everest Area Foundation, Inc.
bulletStudent Rights & Responsibilities
bulletD.C. Everest Area School District
bulletDCE Maintenance / School Dude website
bulletTest Central Signup
bulletFlyers from Outside Organizations
bullet"Remind" Text-Messaging for Sophomores
bullet"Remind" Text-Messaging for Seniors
bullet"Remind" Text-Messaging for Juniors
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DCE Sr. High Code Number for tests (SAT, ACT, etc.) and Financial Aid Forms is 502-060

6500 Alderson Street
Weston, WI 54476

Thomas W. Johansen, Principal
Email srhigh@dce.k12.wi.us

Phone (715) 359-6561
Fax (715) 355-7220