What is Beauty?

Elexis Naranjo created her project related to Beauty.  Advisory students all helped with her mission.  Her initial free write stated: “To me beauty means everyone is beautiful in their own way.  It means a lot to me because …

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Are you interested in a free phone, internet, and data?

Scavo High School is happy to announce our participation in the enTouch wireless program. The enTouch Wireless Learning Communication Program is a  FREE service that helps families communicate with schools. What you need and how it works: 1)      …

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New AmeriCorps Youth Engagement Cordinator

Hi Everyone! My name is Sari Boehm, I am the AmeriCorps Youth Engagement Coordinator. I will be working at Scavo for the next year, and I am ecstatic! My role is to bring a Service Learning and Leadership …

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Scavo Art on Display

The first group of art has been delivered to the Polk Country Crisis and Advocacy Services.  Students submitting work include: Tiffanie Bright, Jaired Metzger, Jessica Chavarria, Lizzie Millen, Braden Shafer, and  Jose Rodriquez-Marquez. We will be sending a new …

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Enjoy Thanksgiving with your family and friends. Scavo staff is thankful for our students and families.  There will be no school Wednesday-Friday! Be safe and have fun. See you on Monday!

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Cyclone Hoop Stars Visit Scavo High Schoolers

Three stars of the Iowa State basketball team – Georges Niang, Naz Mitrou-Long and Matt Thomas – spent Tuesday afternoon at Scavo High School, giving students a pep talk on the importance of graduating high school and going on to college. The visit was part of the National Association of Basketball Coaches “Stay in to Win” program, a dropout prevention initiative. Click the photo to read and see more of the Cyclones at Scavo.

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Pink Out

On Friday, October 30th Scavo students and staff will participate in a PINK OUT. The Scavo Student Leaders and PRIDE group want to bring awareness to this issue. We ask that everyone wear pink in support of Breast …

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No School

Friday, October 21st is the district EQ PD day. This means no school! Students enjoy your three day weekend and come back focused as the semester ends on 10-30-15.

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