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Iowa (AP) Tom Kershner jokes that his office is a beat-up white Jeep. Portability is key for the man who has the "doglike task" of finding Dubuque's dropouts, ages 16 to 21, and convincing them to enter alternative and/or post-secondary education.
Iowa (AP) A substitute school bus driver has been arrested in eastern Iowa, accused of sexually abusing two boys. A news release from the Dubuque County Sheriffs Office says 52-year-old Joseph Simon Jr., of Epworth, faces two counts of sex abuse with
That is why the Dubuque Community School District, like other districts, uses many more assessments than just the Iowa Test of Basic Skills throughout the school year. "That's one point in time in a child's life," said Wanda Steuri, language arts
Mike Burley Straka Johnson Architects was chosen to oversee the renovation of Dalzell Field. After researching their plans ahead of time and then listening to proposals from four architectual firms, the Dubuque Community School Board at Monday night'
Mike Burley John Doherty (27) is one of seven members of the Dubuque Fighting Saints who attend Dubuque Senior High School. John Doherty sometimes struggled to find a balance between hockey and high school during his junior year back home in Elmhurst,
When deliberating or debating about Dubuque Community School District athletic and physical education facilities, remember this: Scrimping on or even eliminating infrastructure won't provide a penny toward hiring more teachers. see for yourself
Tears welled in the eyes of the woman who had moments earlier been named the Dubuque Community School District's 2011 Teacher of the Year. "I'm absolutely speechless," she said. Whisler is dedicated to not only teaching, but also improving the
Data from the Iowa Test of Basic Skills has been analyzed in a way never done before. The Dubuque Community School Board learned about student proficiency data at Monday's instructional board meeting. It was an attempt by Associate Superintendent
Monday, April 18, 2011 Car versus bus wreck at 14th and Jackson Preliminary info: No injuries TH staff Photo by: Mike Burley A Dubuque Community School District employee inspects the damage after a car rear ended a Dubuque Community School District
Authorities have officially ruled the death of a Dubuque Community School District employee in February an accident. Lawrence "Junior" Brehm, 33, died after an accident that took place on school property on Feb. 8. Brehm was struck in the parking lot