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  • Spirit of Thanksgiving alive and well

    food to Sunset JH
    The spirit of Thanksgiving is alive and well in the Davis School District. Take Davis High School for example.

    The Darts recently collected more than 13,100 food items and donated food to nearby to Mountain High School. The students there, at times, receive a weekend’s worth of groceries from its pantry to take home.

    The Davis High donation was so large that Mountain High couldn’t take any more. So two truckloads of food also went to Sunset Junior High School so it could begin a food pantry of its own.

    Davis High School Counselor and Key Club Advisor Janeen Steab said she didn’t necessarily have a goal in mind when she and the students began this year’s Thanksgiving food drive.

    “We just had an excellent turnout,” Steab said. “We had 10,000 items of food last year, and we hoped we could collect as much this year.”

    Mountain High School Administrator Greg Wuthrich said the school was overwhelmed at the generosity of the Davis High students. He added some families have already benefitted from the donation.

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  •  District achieves five years on AP Honor Roll

    honor roll Some might call us overachievers.

    But that’s OK, because for the fifth year in a row, the Davis School District was named to the AP Honor Roll — the only district in the state to achieve that distinction.

    It’s not an achievement that came easy. College Board examines three years of Advanced Placement (AP) data to make sure the district has met the following criteria:

    • Increased participation or access to AP by at least 4 percent;

    • Increased or maintained the percentage of exams taken by minority populations;

    • Improved performance levels when comparing the students who scored a 3 or higher in 2012 to passed tests in 2014.

    Making the honor roll five years in a row means the Davis School District just keeps going up. It reflects both the offering of more AP courses and the recruitment of more students taking those classes.

    “The distinction is nothing compared to the preparation students are receiving for their futures,” said Superintendent Dr. W. Bryan Bowles. “AP classes are more rigorous and help students realize they can be successful. We are grateful for our great teachers, administrators and parents who are encouraging students to excel in their areas of interest.”

    Davis School District made the 5th annual AP Honor Roll alongside 547 school districts in the U.S. and Canada. 

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