The Muscatine Community School District’s annual Progress Breakfast
on Thursday reports that the district did well overall over the past
year, but it was 2 high school students who highlighted the meeting.
Sophomore Haille Kerr and junior Chase Ryan, both who
attend Muscatine High School’s East Campus, spoke in favor of the
East Campus, which opened this school year, is in the former
Garfield Elementary School - 1409 Wisconsin St. It offers an
alternative learning environment for students who require a different
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Kerr told those attending that she was afraid she would drop out of
school due to low attendance.
She says now she goes every day and enjoys learning. Her grade point
Average went from a 1.9 to a 3.0.
Chase said he feels that the East Campus was the spark he needed to get