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  • School Play - Annie

    Show times below: March 14-18, 2016

    Monday, March 14th:  Red cast, 7 PM

    Tuesday, March 15th:  White cast, 7 PM

    Wednesday, March 16th:  Red cast, 7 PM

    Thursday, March 17th:  White cast, 7 PM

    Friday, March 18th:  

        Red cast:  4 PM

        White cast: 7 PM


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  • Internet Safety

    There has been some concern among parents recently within our school about the safety and use of the computers, iPads, and other media sources. I would like to inform you that Davis School District currently has in place a highly secure filtering system to protect our students from seeing or being exposed to inappropriate words and images. The problem is that there are so many people that want to infiltrate garbage into the system that it is a 24/7 job for our IT crew at the district to block sites.

    We are educating our students at Muir three times a year on what to do when they come across something inappropriate. Students are asked to turn off the monitor, raise their hand, and our Computer teacher has them close their eyes/turn around while she retrieves the website. The Computer teacher then sends the URL address to the district and the district IT specialists block that site. We will continue to educate our students and encourage parents to do so at home also.

    This is the link to the videos that students watch and talk about for internet safety at school.

    The following links below are two sites that our Computer teacher will be using to have students conduct safer searches for research and PowerPoint projects.

    If a student purposefully explores words/images/sites that are inappropriate they can be banned from using the computer for a certain period of time or until the end of the school year. The length of time is determined by the severity with input of parent/s and administration. If it is more severe, other measures will be addressed.

    If you choose to not sign the Student Acceptable Use Agreement these resources listed below are the ones that your child would be excluded from as stated in the Acceptable Use Agreement.

    Technology resources are available to qualifying students in the Davis School District (DSD). Technology resources include, but are not limited to, hardware, software (Think Through Math, iReady Math, Utah Compose), data, electronic textbooks and materials, communication devices, printers, servers, filtered Internet access, and local and wide area networks. This Agreement contains rules and guidelines for the acceptable use of technology resources. All activities conducted using DSD technology resources are governed by this Agreement and include, but are not limited to email, Internet, blogging, podcasts, interactive websites such as social networking and Web 2.0 sites, chat rooms, video conferencing, etc.

    DSD Elementary Student Acceptable Use Agreement

    I would love your support in keeping our students safe on the internet at Muir Elementary. If you have other websites or suggestions feel free to share those with me.


    Marilyn Merkley


    Muir Elementary



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  • Reading Week - February 29th - March 4th

    Reading Roundup

    Monday - Jump on the "Bandana" Wagon - Wear you Western Bandana

    Tuesday - Ten Gallon Hat Tuesday - Wear your western hat

    Wednesday - Breakfast with a Buddy 7:30 A.M.

    Thursday - Boot up to a good book! - Wear your cowboy boots

    Friday - Read a thon - Wear Team Muir Shirts

    We encourage all students, teachers, and employees of Muir Elementary to READ more this week!




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  • yearbook1

    Yearbook Cover Contest

    Congratulations to our Yearbook Cover winners:

    Front Cover - Rodrigo Perez (6th grade)

    Back Cover - Ever Yates (2nd grade)

    K - Audra Hinckley

    1st - Whitney Winegar

    2nd - Ever Yates

    3rd - Lily Thorne

    4th - Rachel Preston

    5th - Kennadie Briggs

    6th - Rodrigo Perez




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  • Spelling Bee1

    Spelling Bee 2015-2016

    Class Spelling Bees: January 20-22

    Grade Level Spelling Bees: January 25-29

    Muir School Spelling Bee: (Top 3 spellers from each grade invited to participate) Wednesday, February 10th at 7:00 P.M.

    South End Elementary Semifinal Bee at Viewmont High: Feb. 23rd at 7:00 P.M. (Top 3 Spellers from Muir invited)

    District Final Spelling Bee at Davis High School on Feb. 26th at 7:00 P.M.

    Click the website below for the Spelling Bee Lists for 2015-2016.

    Look on the left navigation bar and click on Spelling Lists.

    Spelling Bee2

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  • Battle of the Books


    Click here to see details on the flyer.


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  • Smith's Community Rewards
    Smith's is committed to bringing hope and help to local communities. One unique way they do this is through the Smith's Community Rewards Program. As you shop, they donate a small amount to our school quarterly. So the more you shop, the more our school receives to support our teachers, staff, and students.
    Please support Muir Elementary by going to the link below and registering (creating an account) and then linking your account to Muir Elementary. You will have to put in the number 80981, to link the account to Muir Elementary.
    If you have questions or concerns you may email Smith's at this site
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    Students and parents can call in and report an incident that they consider to be bullying. Remember that the definition includes 1) On Purpose Mean Behavior 2) Repetition or 3) Imbalance of Power. When you report an incident please include WHO was involved, WHAT happened, WHEN it occurred, and WHERE the incident happened. You may remain anonymous if you choose.
     The number to call is 385-399-9731.
    Please no prank calls. Thank you!
    Muir Bully Hotline Wristbands  
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    Have you logged your reading minutes today?
    Click this link to record your minutes
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  •  What can you do with connectED? Ask your child or their teacher.
     McGraw Hill logo  connectED
    Click the link below
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Bond 2015 Projects

  • Bond Website

     Click on the logo to access information about the projects being funded by the voter-approved 2015 Bond.

Emergency Info

  • 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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