AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY FUNDRAISER
Mr. Bailey is fundraising to get a complete a set of computers for his AP Human Geography class to use next year. Rather than ask for donations, he’s simply asking for people to eat pizza! Pizza Pie Café at 370 West 500 South in Bountiful will generously donate 25% of the sales Monday, May 30th to Thursday, June 2 to the AP Geography program. (Sorry, no discounts or coupons.) All you have to do is go to Pizza Pie Café and tell them you are from Farmington Junior High and it adds to the total donation. All you can eat pizza and pasta for a good cause – can you think of a better way to end the school year?
Syracuse Junior High Chinese program is hosting our 3rd annual Chinese Language and Culture Night on Friday, May 20, 2016 from 5:30-8:30pm along with North Davis Jr., Farmington Jr., Syracuse High, Layton High, Northridge High, and Clearfield High.
This year’s summer mathematics program offers Davis School District students opportunities for original credit in Courses from Math 7 Honors to Secondary Math III Honors; recovery credit in Secondary Math I, Math II or Math III; and/or skill building in preparation for their next course in mathematics. Teachers have been selected for their enthusiasm, experience, and excellence and will engage students in a variety of experiences aimed at fostering depth of mathematical understanding. Click here for more information http://www.davis.k12.ut.us/page/474
Summer Science Courses
Sponsored by Davis School District USTAR Program
This is an intensive program of study for students seeking an innovative and exciting experience in science. While remediation is an option, careful consideration should be given to student motivation and willingness to engage in the rigor and pacing that will be part of the summer course. Teachers have been selected for their enthusiasm and excellence. Students will engage in a variety of field experiences that will move them from the traditional classroom toward new visions of mathematics and science.
Earn science credit in 7 weeks.
Earn make-up credit.
Accelerate coursework for honors or scholarship opportunities.
Participate in hands-on field work that will give meaning to the concepts learned in class.
Students need to have completed 8th grade in order to enroll in summer science courses.
Priority for registration will be given to students enrolled in Davis School District
For more information and registation http://www.dsdscience.org/#!summer-science-classes/cgv7
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.
The Davis School District will keep parents up to date on school emergencies and school closures due to weather. Information will be posted here as needed.
Parents also may get the most up-to-date information from the district's Twitter and Facebook accounts.