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Respectfully Submitted By: Sandra Perry / DC West Assessment Director The release of the 2016 Nebraska State Accountability (NeSA) spring data was made public statewide from Nebraska’s Department of Education on September 16 th . This release includes NeSA Data for grades 3-8 & 11 in Reading and Math; grades 5, 8, & 11 in Science. Writing has not yet been released. Traditionally DC West has done . . .
(Waterloo, NEBRASKA) -- The contractor specializing in mold detection and clean-up has determined, through specialized testing, that elevated levels of mold spores appear to be isolated to one location at DC West Middle School - the Special Education classroom and adjacent office located near the art and band rooms. In an email correspondence to families sent last week, Superintendent Melissa Poloncic describes as . . .
Four former athletes of Valley and Waterloo Public Schools will be inducted into the newly formed DC West Athletic Hall of Fame. The honorees are: John “Barney” Barnhill - Valley High School – Class of 1956 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction 2016 John “Barney” Barnhill was known by countless current and past students, parents, and community members as a coach and great . . .
(Valley, NEBRASKA) -- Another school year is near at DC West Community Schools in Valley and Waterloo. Wednesday, August 17, 2016 is the start date for K-12th grade students with school commencing at 8:00 a.m. with an 11:45 a.m. - early dismissal - please take note! Preschool's first day is Monday, Aug. 22 | 8:00 am OR 12:15 pm depending on morning/afternoon session If your . . .
Waterloo & Valley, Nebraska - By Susan Stern -- A summer construction project is underway at DC West Community Schools. Construction crews have knocked down the walls of the ol’ preschool building in Waterloo and much more. Portable classrooms will be greeting children at both district campuses this fall. Learn more. Watch Video>> The demolition/renovation project is paid for with the sale of . . .
(Valley, Nebraska) -- An envelope arrived in the mail box of residents living in the Douglas County West Community School District. The 16-page presentation details the budget allocation, district spending, revenue sources and tax levy rates. The report also outlines national and state testing results and student/teacher demographics. You'll read why DC West Community Schools offers small . . .
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