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Mandating vaccines in schools

During the visit, they met with personnel in the admissions office, the college of education, visited the college of pharmacy, and participated in a student panel discussion.

Genius Hour students Jade Arnold, Kyla Taylor, Kennedy Covey (not pictured), and Jess Mc Hugh (not pictured) entered a stop-motion video entitled, “The Story Of Life” in the Davenport Public Library video contest.

The premiere was held at the Putnam Museum where the students received trophies for “Best Unexpected Ending of a Video” and a cash prize for “Audience Favorite.” Way to go Mavericks!

Mid City Junior Jade Arnold poses with the computer that she built during her RTI period.

We were privileged to have actress and author Dana L.

Davis (North High School graduate) present to our students. Brontianna was honored because she is an inspiration to other with her shining personality and by graduating a year early!

She had to completely assemble and repair the computer that was donated to this class by Chad Nixon from PC Computers in Davenport.

grade and born after September 15, 1999, will need proof of two doses of meningococcal (A, C W, Y) vaccine; or 1 dose if received when the student was 16 years of age or older.

This vaccine must be done before school begins in August and proof brought to the nurse.

Jade learned how the computer functions, how to test and install components, set up a network connection and find and install software on her journey to being computer literate.

This class is offered on a “when we have computers” basis and we are always willing to take donations of used computers for the students to build into their own first computer.

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