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DMS Homecoming Parade
Computer Class
JDMS Art Club
Easter kids
Mrs. Polito
Black Box at the Bartlett Performing Arts Center, Moline High School, 3600 Ave of the Cities, Moline, and Virtual via Zoom

Spartan News and Information

Dusti Markham, Principal

B.S. - History Education,  Southern Illinois University Carbondale
MS.Ed. - Secondary/Adult Instruction,  Grand Valley State University (MI)
Ed.D. - Education Leadership/Curriculum and Instruction, University of Phoenix


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Moline-Coal Valley School District

Educating our students with pride and preparing them to succeed in a diverse, global world! 


Dr. Rachel Savage joined Moline-Coal Valley as Superintendent of Schools in July of 2019. She has 27 years of experience in the field of education. She has served as Superintendent, High School Administrator, Elementary and Middle School Principal, and High School teacher. She has also served as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Dubuque and Northeast Iowa Community

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District Profile

When researching a school district it is important to have some data to begin to find the best place for your family.  Check out our district profile to answer a lot of your questions and see some of the most asked questions as well as a good number of statistics about Moline-Coal Valley School District.

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Strategic Goals/PACE

The district defines strategic goals annually through a collaborative process involving feedback from students, staff, families, and the board of education.

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John Deere Lights On For Learning

Lights On For Learning is an enrichment program that provides students a safe place to learn outside the normal school day. Sessions will take place before, or after, school or on Saturdays. Please check out the posted schedule. 

Please note that Lights On does not permit drop in attendance.  Parents must complete a Permission to Attend form.  Students must attend sessions on a regular basis. 

If you have any questions regarding Lights On programming, please contact Chad Potter at 743-8676 or by email,

Student Survey

Permission to attend Form

Lights On for Learning Second Semester Schedule