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  • Questions about the Referendum

    The East Dubuque School District has noticed a consistent consitutient inquiry as to the answers of several questions. If you have a question please peruse the below list of the most frequently asked questions concerning the upcoming referendum.  If your question is not answered from the list, then please reach out to Superintendent Potts and he will respond back as soon as he can.

    Frequently Asked Questions about the Referendum 

    Superintendent Potts' email:  tpotts@edbqhs.org

                                                    phone:  (815) 747-2111

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  • Referendum Information

    Referendum Vote

    The time to vote on whether to build a new addition onto the current High School and house all the students on one campus, or to not build on to the existing high school building. April 2, 2018 is the date of the big vote.  Take advantage of your freedom and come out and vote for what you believe our community should do about our aging schools.  Your voice matters!  Let us hear it. 

    Public meetings focused on the referendum will be on March 14th at the Elementary School and March 28th at the High School.  These meetings are designed to walk community members though the fine details of the referendum and why it is being considered a feasible solution to our aging school district. 

    Below is a link to the flyer that was sent to members of the East Dubuque community explaining the reasoning behind a new school.  Also, is the link to the presentation given by Mr. Potts on the reasoning behind the referendum.

    East Dubuque Referendum Information Brochure   

    East Dubuque Referendum

    Microsoft Excel Tax Impact Calculator


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  • Getting Our District Up to Code

    In 2016, the East Dubuque School District pinpointed all of the issues it is facing with simply getting its buildings to meet federal and state codes.  A 10 year long plan was devised and East Dubuque School District will have to achieve all  state and federal mandated modifications by 2026.  These do not include any dreams of grandeur of making East Dubuque a more successful place to grow the citizens of the future.  These are merely out of date issues with the buildings that the State deems archaic.  An example would be exposed wires in a classroom.  Below are links that will display the required modifications for the Junior High/High School and for the Elementary School. 


    Junior High/High School 


    Elementary School


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  • 2019-2020 Calendar Input

    East Dubuque Families,

    The East Dubuque School District would like your imput on the 2019-2020 School year.  Superintendent Potts would like to present the most agreed upon calendar to the Board March 20th and would like your feedback no later than March 13th.  Please take some time to review Superintendent Potts' letter attached to the link below.  Within the link you will see a link afixed at the end which will connect you to the three calendars to peruse at your liesure.  Mr. Potts asks for your cooperation in helping the school board make a decision by sending him a quick email simply stating which calendar you feel is best for our students.  Thank you so much for your imput!

    Mr. Potts' Letter to Familes

    Calendar Options


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High School Announcements

  • Scholastic Bowl Comes to an End for the Season

    Scholastic Bowl

    The 2018-2019 Scholastic Bowl, Quiz Bowl, Nerd Bowl....whatever you prefer to call it....season is at an end for the school year.  It was a tough fun year for the East Dubuque "Einstein" Warriors.  The JV team captured 1st place in the conference but had to share the title with rival Galena.  The Varisty Team took 2nd place in the regional tournament.  A great end of the year Quiz Bowlers; study those presidents, chemical elements, and anything else you can cram in those brains, and we will see you next year!   

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  • The Elite Three of the Elite 8 Team

    Elite 3

    Payton Heller, Layne Boyer, and Hunter Sherman were all named to the 2018-19 All State Teams by the IBCA (Illinois Basketball Coaches Association).  Payton was named 1st Team All-State.  Layne was named 2nd Team All-State, and Hunter Sherman was named 3rd Team All-State.  Payton will receive his 1st Team All-State award during halftime of the 3rd Place 1A game (which starts at 11:00 am) at the Peoria Civic Center on Saturday.

    In addition to earning recognition and top honors in the state of Illinois, these three talented young man have also written their names into the 1,000 point club.  

    Payton Heller - 1,424 points
    Layne Boyer - 1,255 points
    Hunter Sherman - 1,076 points
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  • East Dubuque Boys Basketball


    Well done boys!  Our hats are off to you!  You took home the conference title!  You captured the regional championship!  You dominated at sectionals!  You made it to the Elite Eight!  You will go down in hearts of this community as accomplishing these feats, not once, but twice.  We are very proud our East Dubuque Warriors!


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Junior High Announcements

  • Students' Daily Assignments

    Parents!!!  Exciting News!!!  You now have access to all the daily assignments that your young adults receive each day.  Under the JH drop down menu, you will see a tab titled "JH Assignments."  Select the tab and it will give you access to both 8th grade and 7th grade assignments.  One more way you can ensure that your young adult stays on top of his or her daily work load.  

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  • Medieval times

    Put on your armor, climb on the horse, and grab your lance.  IT'S MEDIEVAL TIIIIMMMMEEEEESSSSS!  After studying the Middle Ages in a cross curricular unit feature Math, Language-Arts, Literature, and History, the students will step back 1000 years ago to the days of knights in shining armor and damsels in distress.  On May 16, the East Dubuque 7th grade class will be heading to Chicago, Illinois to experience the Medieval Times dinner theater.  

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  • 8th Grade Bound for Springfield

    The 8th grade class will be taking a closer look at history and where the place where the Illinois law makers get the job done.  April 25, the 8th grade class will be boarding the bus bound for Springfield, Illinois.  Highlights of the trip will be Abraham Lincoln's Home, the Old Illinois State Capitol Building, the Current Illinois State Capitol Building, the Abraham Lincoln Presidential

    Museum, the Illinois State War Memorials, and Abraham Lincoln's final resting place.  Get Excited.  Lincoln's Tomb

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Elementary Announcements

  • "I have BINGO!!!!"

    Elementary students who earned some Warrior Bucks from Character Awards get to participate in this month's chacater reward activity, Bingo!  Good job to those young Warriors stepping up to the character challenge!  Keep it up!


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