Students must have their ID badges visible on their bodies at all times when in the building. For safety and security, the front foyer will be the only access point of the building for 2018-19. Students, staff, and …
The way students access DART buses is changing beginning in school year 2018-19. When students receive their school IDs this Fall, the badge will have a QR code embedded on it. The QR code will serve as the student’s “ticket” to ride DART. Students will be required to scan the QR code when boarding DART buses. Click on the headline to read more about the change, and the district’s partnership with DART.
Students that did not attend the Academic Letter Ceremony should report to the Student Support Center to pick up their letters & bars as soon as possible.
As DMPS is considering a change to the high school schedule, parents are invited to an informational meeting in the Roosevelt auditorium on Thursday, January 10 at 6:00 PM. Click the headline to read more about the proposed change, what it means for students, and why it is being considered.
First semester transcript requests are due to the registrar no later than December 17, if you have a January deadline! Reminder: after five transcript requests, each additional request is $3 along with your addressed, stamped envelope. Forms and …
The student application process for the June 2019 Kofu, Japan Exchange is underway. This student exchange is entering its 36th year and proves to be one of the most rewarding educational opportunities offered to the students of Des Moines Public Schools. Click on the headline to see a student produced video and read more about the trip.
Head to Herff Jones website and get your orders in! DEADLINE without late fees: DECEMBER 7, 2018!
A health education program aimed at high school and middle school aged teens. Fun day of activities, informative workshops, new friends, and great prizes! Register at phciowa.org/teentalk. For a poster with more information, click HERE.
Two juniors from Roosevelt High School/Central Academy, Fez Zafar and Esther Ubadigbo, will join Superintendent Dr. Thomas Ahart at the Council of Great City Schools’ 62nd Annual Fall Conference in Baltimore later this month and play prominent roles in a live streamed town hall event scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 26. Click on the headline to read more.
Celebration of Praise Concert will be held on October 13 at 7:00 p.m . at Grace United Methodist Church (3700 Cottage Grove). A free will donation will support Grace United Methodist and Bridges 2 Harmony Choir.