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  • Board seeks comment on proposed calendar
     
    The Board of Education of the Davis School District is seeking comment as it considers adoption of the proposed school calendar for 2015-16.
     
    In putting the proposal together, a committee looked at the 2009-10 calendar — which is similar. It also considered comments made in the past concerning breaks and school year start and end dates. 
     
    Under the proposal, school would begin Aug. 24 and end June 3. The proposal also includes a two-week winter recess and a week-long spring break for traditional schedule students during the last week of March.
     
    View the calendar proposal by clicking here.
     
    To comment on the calendar by Monday, Nov. 24, click here
     
    The Board will consider final adoption during its meeting Dec. 2. 
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  •  Parents can access student scores on SAGE tests
     
    Individual student scores on the Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence (SAGE) tests are now available through the MyDSD parent portal. Parents may access those scores by following the instructions available here.
     
    Davis School District’s overall scores were above average on the (SAGE) tests. District, school wide and individual results are now available.

    The District average was 46.4 percent in language arts, 43.6 percent in math and 49.1 percent in science. The state average was 41.7 percent, 38.7 percent and 43.7 percent respectively.

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    Individual school percentages are available from the Utah State Office of Education by clicking here

    In mid-December the state will release Utah Comprehensive Accountability System reports which will give more information about schoolwide performance.

    Students in grades 3 through 12 took the SAGE tests for the first time this spring. Because the computer-adaptive tests are new and were aligned with more rigorous learning standards, scores cannot be compared to last year’s Criterion Referenced Tests. Lower proficiencies were expected, not because of poorer performance, but because of higher standards. 

    Parents may view a video about some of the common questions about SAGE by clicking here.
     
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    General public — 801-402-5500
    Employees — 801-402-5501 
     
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