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Community Involvement

Community members are involved in many student/school projects and district initiatives. We also engages community representation for forums, the district satisfaction survey and in our strategic planning work.


Business Education Partnership

The Business Education Partnership is a unique partnership involving Bettendorf School District, Pleasant Valley School District and businesses in the Quad City area. The organization is supervised by an executive committee consisting of volunteers from local business, school professionals, and is facilitated by a paid coordinator. Two of it's programs offered in conjunction with local business partners are High School Career Academies and the Excellence in Teaching Institute.

District Leadership Teams

The District Curriculum Leadership Council (DCLC) and building School Improvement Leadership Teams (SILT) also share the results of their work with various stakeholder groups throughout the year including the Bettendorf Board of Education, the Bettendorf School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC), the Bettendorf Parent-Teacher Organizations (PTA/PTO) at the building and district levels, the Chamber of Commerce, Business Education Partnership Advisory Board, district patrons, and various community organizations.

District Safety Committee

The district works with local police, fire, and other emergency services staff to conduct safety audits and facility inspections, prevent and mitigate crisis, forge community relationships before a crisis occurs, reviewing the Crisis Management Plan annually, serve as a sounding board and planning review committee, provide assistance with planning, coordination, and training, and clarify the division of duties in a crisis.

School Improvement Advisory Committee

The School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) is a group made up of representatives from the community and school district. Its purpose is to enhance the relationship between the school and the community and provides an avenue to get information and identify educational concerns from a different perspective. The committee helps assess district needs and makes recommendations to the school board on major educational needs and district initiatives.

School Safety Hotline

The Safety Hotline is a collaborative project of the Bettendorf and Pleasant Valley schools, Bettendorf Police Department & Scott Count Sheriff’s Department. Callers can leave an anonymous message about any safety concern they have at (563) 344-4469

Volunteers

Bettendorf Community School District volunteers serve in all grades and subject areas from preschool through high school. Depending on the teacher and grade level, volunteers might be working with students one-on-one, helping small groups of students, or working with the whole class on a special project or lesson. Contact one of our schools to learn more about volunteer opportunities.