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45 E. State Street, PO Box 588
Farmington, UT 84025-0588
Phone: 801-402-5261

Davis High School Community School
325 South Main Street, Kaysville, Ut
Director: Kelly Oram, Phone: 801-402-8800
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Registration and payment for classes will be held on Wednesday, March 12 and Thursday, March 13, from 6-8 PM in the front office at Davis High School. Make checks payable to Davis High School. For further information on any of the classes below you should contact the instructor directly. If you are unable to reach them then contact the director, Mr. Kelly Oram, at 801-402-8875, or at Also, if you are interested in teaching a class contact Mr. Oram.



Sally Pando Rm 1806 W
3/19 6 Weeks (No class 4/23) 7-9 PM 
$60 (plus materials for projects)
Required to bring own sewing machine Did you miss out on learning to sew as a kid? Have you found great sewing ideas on “Pinterest” and don’t know how to begin? This class will cover basic sewing skills which are: understanding sewing terms and fabric, proper use of equipment, how to read a guide sheet and much, much more! It is designed to help you build confidence in your sewing ability by making simple projects like: pillows, pillowcases, pajama pants, and an apron. The last two classes are saved for work on projects of your own choice. Learn how to use your own sewing machine by bringing it to class. Class size will be kept small so contact Sally now to pre-register and receive the supply list at  Supplies need to be brought on the first day of class. See Davis High information above for registration details.
Sally Pando Rm 1806 TH
3/20 6 Weeks (No class 4/24) 7-9 PM
$60 (plus materials for projects)
Required to bring own sewing machine This class is beyond the basics. It is designed for the person who feels comfortable using their sewing machine and enjoys sewing simple projects. Sewing skills such as pockets, zippers, piping, hems and ruffles will be learned by completing the following projects such as a baby receiving blanket, a tote bag, a simple skirt and embellished pillows. Reading a pattern and fitting basics will also be covered. The last two classes will be dedicated to your own projects. Class size will be kept small so contact Sally now to pre-register and receive the supply list at . Supplies need to be brought on the first day class. See Davis High information above for registration details.
Dr. Wayne Johnson, D.C., C.C.E.P. Four
sessions at $15 per session, $45 for all.
7-9 PM. Each workshop stands alone.
However, if all the classes are taken in a
series, more information is gained. For
more information, contact Dr. Johnson at
Dr. Wayne Johnson Rm 1311 TH
4/3 1 Day 7-9 PM $15
Five steps to gaining control of your weight. Find out how insulin plays a factor in your health. Also find out what other hormones effect weight and how to control them. Proven results. Why diets don’t work. Why eating fat doesn’t make
you fat. What hormone is out of control in your body? How to reduce your chance of breast cancer by 70%. How to regain your energy and vitality. How to eat better to support weight loss.
Dr. Wayne Johnson Rm 1311 TH
4/10 1 Day 7-9 PM $15
Solution to PMS and menopause. This workshop gives participants not only a complete understanding of the cause of symptoms that occur during PMS and
menopause, but also solutions via diet, vitamins, exercise, and stress reduction.
This is a workshop every female needs to attend. If you are experiencing these symptoms you are a candidate for workshop: Fatigue, hot flashes, mood swings, increase in irritability, unexplained sadness, diminished sexual desire. These conditions may be related to hormonal levels and/or function. This workshop will provide information concerning real answers to these problems and review a multitude of natural non-drug solutions.
Dr. Wayne Johnson Rm 1311 TH
4/17 1 Day 7-9 PM $15
Are you ready for the truth about supplements in today’s world? Which supplements help the body and which supplements harm the body? Vitamins: Are they causing you more harm than good? How do I know what supplements are good? Minerals: How much should I have in a day, which form a calcium is the best?
Which combination of vitamins and minerals give me the best performance?
What vitamin does cancer crave? Through this class learn the best approach to your nutritional supplement needs.
Dr. Wayne Johnson Rm 1311 TH
4/24 1 Day 7-9 PM $15
This workshop provides you with facts concerning digestive-related conditions
and the natural treatment options available to help you make an informed decision
regarding steps you can take to restore healthy digestive function. Do you suffer
with heartburn, reflux, or irritable bowel syndrome? Given up foods? Elevated
your bed? Taken tons of antacids? Still suffering? This workshop will review the
digestive system and its functions. Learn the potential causes of digestive system
dysfunction and review natural solutions to a not so natural problem.
Marie Fulmer Dance Studio M
3/24 10 Weeks 7 PM $60
Learn a beautiful martial art that yields health, comfort and creativity. Northern
Style Tai Chi Chuan — the original form developed in China by a farmer observing
a fight between a crane and a snake. The teacher, Marie Fulmer, is a student with
Master Lu in Salt Lake City. He has been teaching more than 40 years in SLC, Ogden and many other cities in Utah. We will learn the Eight Brocades, the Four Basic and the 108 steps in this Tai Chi form. Join Marie for a great way to get healthy, get in shape and participate in creating beauty. Call Marie at 801-682-8745 for more information. See Davis High information above for registration details.
TBA Rm 2306 W
3/26 1 Week 6:30-8:45 PM $15 per
person, $20 per couple (+$5 material fee)
Changes, changes, changes! If you’re like everyone else the mortgage industry has you baffled. It’s not too late to gain clarity and put all of the industry changes into perspective. Come and learn the proper steps to assist you through any residential purchase, as well as how to find the right property to maximize your returns. For more information contact Linny at 801-298-5887.
TBA Rm 2304 TH
4/24 1 Week 6-8 PM $15 per
person, $20 per couple (+$5 material fee)
Do you have questions about how a reverse mortgage would work for you? Did
you know that with a reverse mortgage you still own your home? Are you wanting
to retire but cannot rely solely on social security? Come learn how your home’s
equity can let you have the freedom you desire during retirement and get honest
answers to questions about whether a reverse mortgage is right for you. For more
information call Linny at 801-298-5887. See Davis High information above for
registration details.
Bry Sorenson Wood Shop TH
3/20 8 Weeks 7 PM $105
(includes $25 fee for use of machinery)
This course is an Advanced Woods course offered to those who have already taken the beginning woods class. Approval of the instructor is necessary. Call Bry Sorenson at 801-402-8840 for more information or to pre-register. Actual registration will take place the first night of the class, and you must have a check or cash for the exact amount of $105. No admittance without full payment the first night of the class. See Davis High information above for details.
Elizabeth Nielson Dance Studio T
3/18 8 Weeks 7-9 PM
$40 per individual or $70 per couple
Come join the ballroom craze and dance 
the night away! This course will focus on the fundamentals of waltz, swing,
hopefully a little nightclub two-step. We will work on leading, following, rhythm,
styling, and much more. Instruction the first 1.5 hours and practice/free dance
the last 1/2 hour. No partner is required, however it is encouraged. Ages 16 to 106 are welcome. Cost is $40 per individual or $70 per couple. For questions email or call Elizabeth at 801-660-4200. See Davis High information above for details.
Todd Liddiard Rm 2313 W
3/19 4 Weeks 7-8:30 PM $30
No digging! No weeding! No tilling! No kidding! Learn this uniquely simplified
method of gardening that produces 100% of the harvest in only 20% of the space
with less of your time and without the hard work and drudgery of single row
gardening. This course taught by a certified Square Foot Gardening instructor
through explanation, demonstration, and hands-on practice. The text book for the
course is “All New Square Foot Gardening, 2nd edition” by Mel Bartholomew
and is available in class for $20 (20% of retail price). Call Todd at 801-544-8853
for more information. See Davis High information above for registration details.
Rose Smith Rm 2306 T
3/25 8 Weeks 7-9 PM
$100 per couple
(9th week added for step-parenting)
With PREP’s “Within Our Reach” class you will: Learn to replace communication
danger signs with proactive strategies for respectful talking and listening. Learn the importance of having fun together, and how to do that. Practice managing stress.  Learn skills to recognize and communicate issues. Learn how to plan for the
future. Investigate the impact that past experiences can have on a couple’s future. Call Rose Smith at 801-628-9919 for more information. See Davis High information above for registration details.
Rose Smith Rm 2306 TH
3/27 8 Weeks 7-9 PM $60
SINGLES! Know yourself first, be smart in love, and make your own decisions. With
PREP’s “Within My Reach” class you will be empowered to: Replace communication
danger signs with proactive strategies for respectful talking and listening. Examine
the warning signs of dangerous patterns in relationships. Develop skills for
managing stress, and reduce negative effects of stress. Explore personal needs and expectations, and the role that decision making plays in realizing those needs and expectations. Learn how to thoughtfully navigate decisions while in love. Discuss forgiveness, infidelity and knowing when to end an unhealthy relationship. Recognize challenges and opportunities inherent in step-parenting or blended families. Call Rose Smith at 801-628-9919 for more information. See Davis High information above for registration details.
Laurie Ford Rm 1401 T
3/25 8 Weeks 7-9 PM $60
This class would be for those interested in learning the basics about creative writing and the writing process in general. This class is designed to help students build confidence in their writing through learning about topics such as: Brainstorming/Outlining a Story, Character and World Building, Plot, Setting, Point of View, and Dialogue. We would also discuss the different genres and styles of writing such as Fiction and Poetry. There will be time provided to work on your own writing in class as well as some workshops and group work. Please bring a notebook and something to write with. You may also bring a laptop if you prefer. If you have questions contact Laurie Ford at 801-725-1476 or See Davis High information above for registration
James Hirst Rm 2304 TH
3/20 1 Day 6-9 PM $10
Are you in the market to buy or refinance a car? Or maybe even buy or refinance
a home? Do you like saving money? Do you want to qualify for the right loan that
will best serve your needs? Have you ever wondered how credit scores work? Have you tried paying for an online service to tell you your scores but then when you went to apply for a loan your scores were completely different? You might not think that credit scores are important but they are! Come learn everything you could ever want to know about your FICO Credit Scores from how they are calculated to how you can improve your scores and everything in between. Class will be two nights, there will be plenty of time to ask questions about your specific situation and what you can do to improve it or plan for the future. For more information contact James at 801-298-7151 (Calls or text message are OK). See Davis Highinformation above for registration details.
Stan Prueitt Rm 2404 TH
4/3 6 Weeks 7-8 PM $60
If you are looking to expand your leadership capabilities, or you just want to
grow into a leadership role come join us.This is an entertaining, motivating, and
informative workshop that will bring-out and hone your leadership skills. The class
provides you with the knowledge, tools, and methodologies that successful leaders
throughout the world utilize. Avoid the false starts, detours, potholes, and hairpin
turns frequently encountered along the way to building a high performance
leader, and winning organization or team. This methodology walks you through
creating vision, driving goals, developing strategy, understanding human behavior,
effective processes, lean organizational design, and project management. Develop
skills that you can use to motivate team members, give proper directions, and
continuously improve the organization or team. This methodology is a powerfully
simple, yet comprehensive system for leading and managing winning enterprises.
First, we use the step-by-step process to unleash the leader in you. Next, we
use the same process to define, manage, execute, and measure effective team and organizational projects. Lean business consultant, motivational speaker, and author, Stan D. Prueitt will lead you on the beginning of your exciting journey. This
class is a must for CEOs, Directors, and all future leaders whether from a fortune 500 company, a small start-up home business, a scout troop, or a service provider. Handbook can be purchased on the first day of class for $15. See Davis High information above for registration details.
Stan Prueitt T
4/8 8 Weeks 8:10-9:30 PM $60
North Davis Jr. High/Clearfield Aquatics Center Tactical Martial Arts is a self-defense system that has been taught to Law Enforcement and Military personnel for over 20 years. Today’s world is unpredictable and often dangerous. Learn how to defend yourself, family, or friends from dangerous situations. This is a simple system that can be used to defend yourself from armed or unarmed conflicts. Learn takedowns, joint locks, control points, knife defense, hand gun defense, stick defense, ground fighting, knife fighting, weapons retention, and disarmament. This system has been proven in various unsavory places of the world, has been seen on Spikes Deadliest Warriors, produced national champions, and saved several servicemen’s lives. We hope that no one will ever have to use what they learn in class, but it is better to have the skill and not need it, than to need it and not have it. Classes held at the Davis North Junior High / Clearfield Aquatic Center, on the second floor in the martial arts room. Call
Stan Prueitt at 801-821-1871 for more details. See Davis High information above
for registration details.
Gowers Rm 1306 W/TH
3/26-27 2 Days 6:30-8:30 PM $10
Learn proven safety strategies to help keep you safe while on the road. After taking the course, you may even be eligible for a discount on your car insurance! (Participants should consult their auto insurance agent for details. Space is limited, so See Davis High information above for registration details.
Anders Christensen Rm 2310 W
3/20 2 Weeks 7-8:30 PM $15
Are your family and loved ones protected in the event that something happens to you? In this class you will receive instruction in how to write a will that is in compliance with the Uniform Probate Code. You will also learn how you can protect your assets from the complexities of the probate process and how to keep it updated with the ever changing estate planning laws.  Also, you will learn how to choose the best guardians for short and long term care of your children so you don’t have to worry about protective custody. Upon completion of the class, each person will leave with a written and reviewed copy of the will they drafted. Anders B. Christensen is an experienced and licensed attorney in Layton. For more information email or call 801-923-2228. See Davis High
information above for registration details
REGISTRATION: Registration will take place in the Counseling Center from 5:30-6:30 PM. Fees
are to be paid at the registration. Checks payable to Davis High School or exact change please. Call
David King at 801-544-9553 (home) or 801-402-8832 (work) for information or email him at: dking@ Registration dates and class times are subject to some change during the year. Call for
any updates. All classes are $20 each. Classes meet one hour each week for four weeks.
DATES: Schedules may change. Please call for current dates. (There are no classes the week of April
1-4 for spring break.)
Session Registration Dates Classes Start Week of
6 March 11 March 18
7 April 16 April 23
4-5 PM Citizenship in the Nation Rm 2205
5-6 PM Citizenship in the Community Rm 2205
4-5 PM First Aid (Prereq: All First Aid requirements thru First Class completed) Rm 2205
4-5 PM Emergency Preparedness (Prereq: First Aid merit badge completed) Rm 2007
5-6 PM Communications Rm 2205
4-5 PM Citizenship in the World Rm 2205