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Dates Set for Kindergarten Roundup. Check the Elementary web page for more information.

“Falcon Ka-Kaw” Robotics Tournament

Congrats to all of the MS robotics teams who competed this past weekend at the “Falcon Ka-Kaw” Robotics Tournament! A special congrats goes to team 5233D (David Merryweather, Dillon Saathoff, and Logan Bleick) as they finished the qualification rounds with a record of 6-0 and were in first place. They were the 1st alliance captain and steam-rolled all the way to the finals.  In the finals, they won the first . . .

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Hall of Fame Information

We are now accepting nominations for 2017/2018 Hall of Fame.  Anyone can nominate a former Douglas County West, Valley, or Waterloo athlete.   Nominations are due to Mr. Glock (DC West Athletic Director) by TUESDAY, FEB. 28th, 2017.  To make a nomination or for more information please click on the Athletic tab.

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Drivers Education Begins March 6th

Drivers Education sign-ups and Information Forms are in the High School Office.  Forms and payments are due in teh office by Monday, February 27th.  Monday, March 6th is the first day of class that will be held in the High School Library from 6:00-8:30 PM.  Any questions, please notify Brian Fitzgerald.  Remember you must have a Learners permit for your POP (age 15) before you can do your driving portion of the class . . .

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NeSA Notables!

Significant Stats

View the highlights. Final NeSA results from spring 2016.   NeSA results show DC West scored higher than state averages in reading, math and science. With math a key focus, our District is proud to score above average state proficiency. In reading, all grades rank above state average. In science, all grade levels exceed state averages.  Excellent!  NeSA Results Show DC West Community Schools . . .

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DC West Survey: Early Support for Another Bond

Taxpayer Cost Remains Top Concern

By Susan Stern -- (Valley, NEBRASKA) - The results are in. A district-wide survey for DC West School Community Schools shows a majority of people would support paying some level of higher property taxes to pay for future capital improvement projects, although a too high bond amount remains a universal concern. Survey findings: 74% favor, 26% oppose moving DC West Middle School to the Valley campus 54% voted for, 43% against . . .

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2015 Annual Progress Report

(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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