TREC (Theodore Roosevelt Education Center)

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Principal's Message

  • John Netty I am proud to say that we have a truly amazing staff and student population here at TREC. TREC houses a variety of District programs including the Home School Assistance Program, Blended Online Learning options, the District Student Advisory Center, and Secondary Specialized Student Programming.  Please visit links on this web page for information on Specialized Student Programming (TREC), (About Our School), and the link to the Home School Assistance Program for more information.

    Together we focus on working toward our mission: To prepare our students to transition back into their home schools. At TREC, we collaborate to determine the root causes that are keeping our students from being successful in their home schools. The TREC teams work to develop and implement individualized plans to help each of our students find success.

    John Netty, II


  • ALICE Training Opportunity

    The Iowa City Police Department (ICPD), in partnership with the Iowa City Community School District, will conduct voluntary ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) Training for parents, as well as students in junior high and high school. ALICE Training provides preparation for individuals to effectively react during an aggressive intruder or active shooter situation.

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  • Traveling Photo Exhibit Features Work by Transitions Services Center Students

    From April 24th through May 23rd, photos taken by students at the Transition Services Center (TSC) in Iowa City will be on display around the community for the public to enjoy. The exhibition, titled “Unique Angles: A Photo Exhibition,” has been a work in progress since February. Read on to learn about the process and the exhibit locations.

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  • Preschool Registration Information for 3 and 4 Year Old Students

    The Iowa City Community School District, as part of the State-Wide Voluntary Preschool Program, offers free preschool for children who turn four years old on or before September 15, 2018. The programs offer morning and afternoon sessions to meet student and family needs.

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  • District Named Best in State

    The Iowa City Community School District has been named the #1 school district in Iowa by MSN Money. The determination was based on an index that includes measures of child poverty, per-pupil expenditure, graduation rate, teachers per student, the percentage of adults with a bachelor’s degree, preschool enrollment, and AP enrollment.

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  • Districtwide Parent Organization (DPO) Scholarship Reception, April 26

    A reception to honor teachers, staff, administrators, community members, and parents who have contributed their time, energy, and talents to the schools of the Iowa City Community School District in extraordinary ways. The funds donated to honor these amazing people are used to provide scholarships for 2–3 graduating District high school seniors who will go on to pursue a career in K–12 education. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend; you don't have to be a DPO member or honoree, and we'd love to have you join us!

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