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  • Legacy Boys Basketball Team wins game against North Davis with 5 seconds left!  Click here to see the winning shot made by Gavin Bateman! 



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  • Legacy Cheer Team
    Takes 1st Place - Twice! 
    The Legacy Junior High School Cheer Squad has had another outstanding year.  At both competitions they attended this year, they took 1st place (repeating last year's performance).  The squad competed at Roy High School on January 10, 2015, and again at Riverton High School at the USA Cheer Competition on February 21, 2015.  As with last year, this year's performances were outstanding and deserving of the recognition of a 1st place team.  Congratulations, AGAIN, Cheerleaders!!!

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  • Legacy Wrestling Team
    1st Place at North-End 
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    On April 7, 8, 2014, the Legacy Junior High Wrestling Team sponsored the Davis District North-end Tournament.  In a highly competitive tournament where the top three teams exchanged the lead numerous times (seemingly after each individual match), the Legacy Silver Wolves won it in the very last few matches to bring about an exciting end of the tournament.  Two days after the North-end meet, Legacy competed at the District Finals and placed 3rd as a team out of 16 schools.  Congratulations to our wrestlers for an outstanding season!!

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  • Legacy Robitics Team Takes 1st Place!

    Congratulations to our Legacy Robitics Team who took 1st place at the northern Utah Robotics Soccer Competition held in Brigham City May 24, 2013.  Each team consisted of two students who worked together to create a Mindstorm Lego robot to compete in a soccer tournament.  Legacy had a total of 7 teams represent our school in the competition.  Teams included the following:
    Tyler Eddington & Talon LeBaron - 1st Place Overall
    Ben Williard & Derrick Butters - "Most Creative Award" Overall
    Emily Gardner & Melissa Fluckenger
    Noel Dayton & Caylee Gardner
    Christian Anderson & Hunter Nance
    Jett Hunsaker & Dillan Gardner
    Rylie Blood & Patrick Dodd

    View video of competition.

    Well done Silver Wolves!! Thanks to advisor Jeff LeBaron!!

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  • Congratulations - Students of the Month
    February 2016 

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    This message is for the parents of all current 6th grade students who will be attending Legacy Junior High School beginning next year.  The purpose of this message is to invite you to our 6th Grade Open House.  Here are the details:

    What:  An open house for 6th grade students and parents
    What Else:  Students pick up Registration Packets
    When:  Wednesday, February 10, 2016
    Times:  7:00 - 8:30 PM
    Who:  All 6th grade students in the Legacy boundaries
    Where:  Legacy Junior High School
    Registration packets for 6th grade students will be available at the Open House.  Please be sure to come and pick up your information.  Between the Open House and the elementary school visits listed below, students and parents may spend time at home together discussing course choices and preparing the student Course Request Form, which will be turned in during the appointment at the elementary school.
    Community Nursing Services (CNS) will be available at the Open House as a service to parents to help update their child's immunizations. CNS accepts most insurance carriers.  
    Legacy Counselors and Administrators will visit elementary schools on the dates listed below.  Students will receive a letter at the 6th Grade Open House with a specific appointment time.  Prior to the appointment at their elementary school, students and parents should review the registration materials handed out at the Open House on February 10.  Students and parents should bring the completed, signed green Course Request sheet to their appointment.  The student's specific appointment time is found at the bottom of the green Course Request form.  Additionally, please bring the pink Immunization Form completed.  Legacy staff will review the information and insure that all of the forms have been completed successfully.


    • Bluff Ridge (Tracks A, B, D) - February 23
    • Bluff Ridge Track C - February 29
    • Cook - February 26
    • Ellison Park -February 19
    • Sand Springs (Tracks A, B, D) - February 17
    • Sand Springs Track C - February 29
    We look forward to seeing our newest Silver Wolves soon!!!

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  • Valentine's Dance and Roses for Sale


    The Valentine's Dance is coming up on Thursday, February 11.  It will be semi formal.  Boys should wear a shirt and tie, and girls should wear a skirt or dress.  Refreshments will be served.  Roses will also be sold during lunch Monday, February 8 thru Wednesday, February 10.  They will be sold by the office.  Roses will be $2.00 each.  The roses will be available for pickup on Thursday, February 11 during lunch. 



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  • Boundary Variance Requests Due February 20, 2015

    The Davis School District has a procedure to determine who will be allowed to transfer from their assigned secondary school to another secondary school, including sixth-graders advancing to seventh grade.

    Those wishing to transfer must fill out a Boundary Variance form and drop it off at the requested school by Friday, February 19, 2016. Boundary Variance forms are available in all secondary school offices. Students who currently attend a school on a boundary variance will be allowed to remain at the variance school until they complete the highest grade level offered at that school.

    After the forms are received, the District will hold a random drawing to determine which students will be granted a transfer. The school receiving the transfer request will notify all students who are granted transfers.

    There are generally more requests for transfers in the District’s secondary schools than slots available. Because of that factor, the District has chosen to randomly select the students who are in the boundary variance pool. If a variance is granted, transportation becomes the responsibility of the parents or guardians. Those who are not selected may be placed on a waiting list at the school.

    For complete information about Boundary Variances, click here.

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  • Good for you!  Good for Legacy!

    Please click on Legacy's business partners below.


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  • Microsoft Office Student Advantage Plan
    Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2013 Microsoft is now offering a free Microsoft Office subscription to our students as part of their District Office 365 account. This subscription allows students to install a full version of the Microsoft Office 2013 software at home on up to 5 devices. Software versions include Office 2013 for PC, Office 2011 for Mac, and Office Mobile for iPhone or Android.

    Information and instructions for installing Office 2013 are available here.

    For more information, you can check the Microsoft In Education blog, which has answers to FAQs about the Microsoft Student Advantage/Office 365 ProPlus program.

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  • As winter is upon us, the Davis School District reminds parents and students about procedures it uses when considering school closures for inclement weather.

    If the superintendent decides to close schools, that decision will be made as early as possible and before school buses hit the roadways.

    In the event of a closure, the district will contact all area radio and TV stations. News about the closure will also be posted here and on Facebook and Twitter. Stations will only be notified when schools close. They will not be contacted when schools remain open.

    If schools close a full day because of weather, the school day, by state law, must be made up.

    Parents are also reminded they may keep their student home anytime they feel it is unsafe for them to travel to school. When that occurs, arrangements will need to be made with their teacher for any missed assignments.

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