We hear daily about how there's a rise of COVID-19 in our area, so it should come as no surprise to anyone that our public schools are going to do whatever is necessary to protect their children and staff.

With that being said, Davenport Schools have decided that starting Monday they will be switching to an entirely hybrid/online based learning program that will run from Monday November 16th and running through Tuesday December 1st. Luckily, that's really only 10 consecutive school days. During that period of 100% Online Learning, all in-person activities and practices will be suspended.

This switch comes at the recommendation from the Scott County Health Department and was decided by looking at the health status of our community, and COVID's impact on their students, staff and families.

‼️ Important District Communication ‼️: Due to the rising case counts of COVID-19 and high positivity rate of COVID-19...

Posted by Davenport Community Schools on Thursday, November 12, 2020

Meal pick-up will continue for hybrid learning students. Beginning Monday, November 16, meals will be available to pick-up Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 1 PM at the following locations during school closures due to COVID-19:

  • Sudlow Intermediate
  • Smart Intermediate
  • Williams Intermediate
  • Wood Intermediate
  • Buffalo Elementary School

Davenport Learning Center will also continue to disburse meals from 10 AM to 1 PM on Tuesdays only for weekly meal pick-up. All meal pick-up locations will be closed for school calendar holidays. Please contact the Food Nutrition Services office at 563-336-7430 for further questions.

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