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Revenue Purpose Statement 2021: Supporting Schools & Taxpayers

لأكثر من 100 عام، بقيت مدارس دى موين ألعامة تقدم خدمة تعليمية مميزة للطلاب فى مجتمعنا. و أليوم، مقاطعة مدارس دى موين تعتبررائدة ومبتكرة فى مجال ألتعليم ألعام لأنها توفر للأسر أفضل ألخيارات ألتعليمية فى ولاية آيوا. نسعى جاهدين لنصبح نموذجاً للدولة فى مجال ألتعليم ألمدنى.

ဒီေမာရ စ္ လူထိုစာသင္ေက ာင္း သည္ လူ ့အသ ိုင္းအဝန္းမွ ေက ာင္းသူေက ာင္းသားမ ားက ို သာလြန္ေကာင္းမြန္သည့္ပညာမ ား သင္ၾကားေပးခ ့သည္မွာ ႏွစ္ေပါင္း ၁၀၀ ေက ာ္ပင္ ႐ွိ ွ ခ ့ပါၿပီ။ ယေန ့အခ န္တြင္ ကၽြႏ္ိုပ္တ ို ့၏ေက ာင္းခ႐ွိ ိုင္သည္ လူထိုပညာေရးစနစ္တြင္ ဆန္းသစ္တီထြင္၍ ဦးေဆာင္ဦး႐ွိ ြက္ျပိဳကာ အ ိုက္အ ိုဝါတြင္ အေကာင္းဆံိုးပညာေရး ေ႐ွိ ြးခ ယ္စရာအခ ိဳ ့တ ို ့က ို မ သားစိုမ ားအား ကမ္းလွမ္းလ က္႐ွိ ွ ၿပီး ၿမ ိဳ ့ျပပညာေရးစနစ္တြင္ ႏ ိုင္ငံေတာ္၏စံျပျဖစ္လာဖ ို ့ ႀက ိဳးစားလ က္႐ွိ ွ ပါသည္။

For more than 100 years, the Des Moines Independent Community School District has been providing an outstanding education to the students of our community. Today, our school district is a leader and innovator in public education, offering families some of the best educational choices in Iowa as we strive to become the nation's model for urban education.

100 वर्ष भन्दा बढी सम्म हाम्रो समुदायका विद्यार्थीलाई डी मोइन पब्लिक स्कुलले उल्लेखनीय शिक्षा प्रदान गर्दै आएको छ। आज, आयोवामा यहांका परिवारलाई सबै भन्दा राम्रो शैक्षिक विकल्प दिँदै, हाम्रो स्कूल डिस्ट्रिक सार्वजनिक शिक्षा क्षेत्रमा एक नेता र प्रर्वतक भएको छ र हामी शहरी शिक्षाका लागि राष्ट्रको मोडेल बन्न प्रयासरत छौ।

Kwa zaidi ya miaka 100, Des Moines Shule ya Umma imetoa elimu bora kwa wanafunzi katika jamii yetu. Leo, wilaya ya shule sisi ni kiongozi na mzushi katika jamii elimu, kutoa familia uchaguzi wa elimu bora katika Iowa na sisi kujitahidi kuwa mfano wa vituo vya elimu ya soko ya taifa.

Por más de 100 años, las Escuelas Públicas de Des Moines han estado proporcionando una educación excepcional a los estudiantes de nuestra comunidad. Hoy en día, nuestro distrito escolar es un líder e innovador en la educación pública, ofreciendo a nuestras familias algunas de las mejores opciones educativas en Iowa y nos esforzamos por convertirnos en el modelo de la nación para la educación urbana.

Trong hơn 100 năm qua, các trường Công Lập Cơ Sở ở Des Moines đã cung cấp một nền giáo dục xuất sắc cho các học sinh trong cộng đồng của chúng ta. Ngày nay, khu học chánh của chúng ta là một nơi đứng đầu và sáng tạo trong nền giáo dục cộng lập, cung cấp các gia đình một số lựa chọn chương trình giáo dục tốt nhất ở Iowa và cố gắng trở thành mô hình giáo dục đô thị trong toàn quốc.

Sours: https://www.dmschools.org/

Des Moines Independent Community School District

The Des Moines Independent Community School District (The Des Moines Public Schools, or DMPS) is the largest public school district in Iowa. It is accredited by the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges and the Iowa Department of Education.

Area[edit]

The district currently serves most of the city of Des Moines as well as parts of suburban Pleasant Hill[2] and Windsor Heights. The city is split into four different area districts. District one covers the west, two covers the north, three covers the east, and district four the south.

History[edit]

Advanced Placement Program and International Baccalaureate Programme

The school district has a well-established Advanced Placement program. Headquartered at Central Academy, the program began in the mid 1980s and is among some of the best in the United States. The program has continued to expand greatly over the last few years at all the area high schools. In 2014, 2015, and 2016 alone there were over 2,500 Advanced Placement tests taken in the district, a 250 percent increase from 2011. Since 1991, 36 State of Iowa AP Scholars have been produced by DMPS. Additionally, over 3,100 DMPS students have earned some variation of the AP Scholar award as of 2016. As of 2018, all five comprehensive high schools have earned a top 50 spot on the University of Iowa's Advanced Placement index six years running. Roosevelt High School has consistently been ranked in the top ten, Hoover High School in the top 20, and the district's Central Academy has been singled out for special recognition as the best in the state.

In 2008, Des Moines Public Schools became the first and only school district in Iowa to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme as another approach to learning for students. In just a few years, the IB program in Des Moines has grown to include ten schools serving more than 5,000 students. The school district is currently home to ten IB World Schools, with the hope of expanding it to several others. IB is a school-wide program providing a framework for teaching and learning that engages students in guided inquiry centered on universal concepts. Guided inquiry emphasizes students’ natural curiosity and provides them with an opportunity to ask questions and seek answers in a collaborative classroom where students and teachers work together to explore the curriculum. At the middle school level, IB students experience the district curriculum enhanced with rigorous international standards across eight subject areas.

List of schools[edit]

High ("Secondary") schools[edit]

Special schools & programs[edit]

  • Scavo Campus — An alternative high school program serving 300 students, named after Vincent C. Scavo located at Central Campus downtown.
  • Ruby Van Meter School - A special education school serving disabled students with high support needs.
  • Central Academy (Est. 1985) - A highly selective public magnet school located in downtown Des Moines nationally recognized for its academic achievements.

Gifted & Talented Program

The DMPS Gifted and Talented Department screens students each year in the fall for possible identification and subsequent gifted and talented programming and services. The program was established by the Connie Belin and Jacqueline N. Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development at The University of Iowa. DMPS supports research-based continuing staff development opportunities so that all district teaching and administrative personnel may, through their teaching and educational leadership, ensure gifted and talented students learn and achieve at levels commensurate with their exceptional abilities.

Middle ("Intermediate") schools[edit]

  • Brody Middle School
  • Callanan Middle School
  • Cowles Montessori School
  • Gateway Secondary School
  • Goodrell Middle School
  • Harding Middle School
  • Hiatt Middle School
  • Hoyt Middle School
  • McCombs Middle School
  • Meredith Middle School
  • Merrill Middle School
  • Moulton Extended Learning Center
  • Weeks Middle School

Elementary ("Primary") schools[edit]

  • Brubaker Elementary School
  • Capitol View Elementary School
  • Carver Community School (est. 2007)
  • Cattell Elementary School
  • Cowles Montessori Elementary School
  • Downtown School
  • Edmunds Elementary School
  • Findley Elementary school
  • Garton Elementary School
  • Greenwood Elementary School
  • Hanawalt Elementary School
  • Hillis Elementary School
  • Howe Elementary School
  • Hubbell Elementary School
  • Jackson Elementary School
  • Jefferson Elementary Traditional School
  • King Elementary School
  • Lovejoy Elementary School
  • Madison Elementary School
  • McKinley Elementary School
  • Monroe Elementary School
  • Moore Elementary School
  • Morris Elementary School
  • Moulton Extended Learning Center
  • Oak Park Elementary School
  • Park Avenue Elementary School
  • Perkins Elementary School
  • Phillips Elementary School
  • Pleasant Hill Elementary School
  • River Woods Elementary School
  • Samuelson Elementary School
  • Smouse Elementary School
  • South Union Elementary School
  • Stowe Elementary School
  • Studebaker Elementary School
  • Walnut Street School
  • Willard Elementary School
  • Windsor Elementary School
  • Wright Elementary School

Administration[edit]

School board elections are held every year to fill in vacant seats on the school board. The school board meets regularly at 6:00 PM Central Time on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. These meetings are held at Central Campus downtown, located at 1800 Grand Avenue in Des Moines. In addition, the school board holds special meetings and work sessions throughout the year as needed. These meetings are broadcast on television and archived on the district's YouTube channel as well.

Awards and Honors

The district has accumulated several honors over the years. Some of these awards include but are not limited to; Districts of Distinction Award from District Administration magazine, the Magna Award, presented by the National School Board Association, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award, and is also home to multiple Iowa Teacher of the Year and Presidential Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching award-winners.

School Business Partners

Almost all of the schools in DMPS have an area business partner. These partners help their local communities and sponsor several events throughout the year. Some of the larger partners include but are not limited to Aviva, Des Moines University, Hyvee, Principal Financial Group, and The Des Moines Register.

In March 2016, The University of Iowa announced that it has partnered with the Raise.me scholarship platform on a statewide pilot project to encourage and improve college readiness among Iowa high school students. The goal of the program is to encourage students to take rigorous courses and get involved in school activities, all while saving for future college expenses.

Superintendents[edit]

#SuperintendentStart of termEnd of term
13Dr. Thomas AhartMay 15, 2012Present
12Dr. Nancy SebringJuly 1, 2006May 10, 2012
11Dr. Eric A. Witherspoon1998July 1, 2006
10Dr. Gary Wegenke19881998
9William Anderson19801988
8Dr. Dwight M. Davis19641980
7Dr. John H. Harris19571964
6Cress O. Hoyt19561957
5Newell D. McCombs19411956
4A. W. Merrill19371941
3John W. Studebaker19201937
2Z. C. Thornberg19131920
1W. O. Riddell19071913

Media[edit]

  • Channel 12 is the school district's Educational-access televisioncable TV channel, which is provided through Mediacom Cable Television as part of a franchise agreement with the City of Des Moines. The district televises their school board meetings through this network. Additionally, the school district operates its own social media outlets.

Facts and Figures[edit]

Enrollment[edit]

YearDistrict-wideHigh schoolsMiddle schoolsElementary schoolsOther programs & adjustments
2006-2007[3]31,2218,8086,40514,3691,639
2005-2006[4]31,5998,5706,61014,2492,170
2004-2005[5]31,8518,6206,87614,3841,971
2003-2004[5]32,1508,4307,11514,4972,108
2002-2003[5]32,4648,6967,10314,7331,932
2001-2002[6]35,39910,1145,50419,541240
2000-2001[7]34,7769,7738,11616,699188
  • Note: The table rows shown in red represents data that was cited directly from the Des Moines Public Schools enrollment reports. Some of this data conflicts with data from the Iowa Department of Education annual reports. This is because the underlying data is complex, and the table above is a summary of the data collected from the two sources.

Requirements[edit]

High school graduation requirements are determined on a district-wide scope by the school board. The district has been pressured to make graduation requirements more challenging, as students must be adequately prepared for higher education or competitive enough to work in today's business world.

Credits are units of measure in determining an individual student's progress through High School. For each course semester in which a student completes (with a grade of D- or better), they are awarded one-half credit unit, with the exception of Physical Education (one semester of P.E. is equal to an eighth of a credit).

Under Iowa law, beginning with the class of 2017, all students must complete coursework in Financial Literacy, Health Literacy, Technology Literacy, and Employability Skills.

In order to be considered on track to graduate in four years, students must meet the following credit requirements each year:

6.0 credits going into Sophomore/10th grade year 12.0 credits going into Junior/11th grade year 18.0 credits going into Senior/12th grade year

The table below shows the graduation requirements for each of the graduating classes by year:

Graduating YearTotal Req.Social StudiesEnglishMathematicsScienceFine/Applied ArtsPhysical Education
200923.03.03.53.03.01.51.0
200821.03.03.52.02.01.51.0
200721.03.03.52.02.01.51.0
200621.03.03.52.02.01.51.0

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"FY 2022 Virtual Budget Forum - des Moines Public Schools".
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  3. ^Des Moines Public Schools (2006). "Enrollment Report as of October 2, 2006"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on February 21, 2007. Retrieved December 5, 2006.
  4. ^Des Moines Public Schools (2005). "Enrollment Report as of September 16, 2005"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on June 25, 2008. Retrieved November 14, 2005.
  5. ^ abcDes Moines Public Schools (2004). "Enrollment Report as of September 17, 2004"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on June 25, 2008. Retrieved November 14, 2005.
  6. ^Iowa Department of Education (2001). "Certified Annual Reports for FY01-02 (Spreadsheet)". Archived from the original on 2004-12-12.
  7. ^Iowa Department of Education (2000). "Certified Annual Reports for FY00-01 (Spreadsheet)". Archived from the original on 2004-12-12.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Des_Moines_Independent_Community_School_District
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Des Moines Public Schools Foundation

Des Moines Public Schools is the largest school district in Iowa, represents 88 countries and a poverty rate of more than 74 percent. The DMPS Foundation recognizes the importance of varied learning levels and the need to engage the whole child to foster high achievement in all areas of learning. The Foundation works to positively support and assist Des Moines Public Schools in providing the best opportunity for all students; preparing students to meeting the demands of our future work force; and supporting the goals and objectives of the school district.

OneRun 2021

The 2nd ever District-wide OneRun fundraiser will be held at the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden on Saturday, September 11th, with check-in between 8:00-8:45 a.m. The event is a 2-mile fun run/walk with an option to cheer on the sidelines as a supporter! Registration is free for everyone; participation is what will count. Click here to register by September 1st, 2021

Event fees will be paid by corporate and individual sponsors. Once participation totals are tallied, the money raised will be sent directly to the schools. Each participant may designate one school. The more participants and donations, the more money to the schools! Click here if you’d like to help sponsor the event

Thank you to these Sponsors for the 2021 event.

GiveDSM

DMPS is participating in GIVEdsm, an online resource that provides the opportunity to learn about the needs and opportunities of our community and offer support to those that match your interests.

Donating to the DMPS Foundation is contributing to the future success of our students.

Donate Now
Sours: http://www.dmpsfoundation.org/
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