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  • Thanks to all who contribute to learning

    Reid Newey “I love school!” Those were the unscripted words of Emorie Galton, second grade, as she prepared to be honored as the youngest graduate of Davis District’s Diabetic Education Program. 

     

    Emorie’s enthusiasm and feelings about school were from the heart and reflect her great zest for learning and the dedicated, exceptional work of the great teachers, support staff and administrators in Davis School District.

     

     As another school year comes to a close, we thank all of our employees for the commitment to providing opportunity and excellence for each child who attends school in Davis District. 

     

    To our great parents and community leaders, we thank you for your support of Davis School District personnel and programs.

     

    From the Legislature to our various city governments, we feel exceptional support for the work to which we are so dedicated: Educating your children.

     

    Davis District’s parents are second to none and we always appreciate your cooperation, patience and partnership in student learning. Have a great rest of the year, and a fantastic summer!  

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  • Champion educators recognized

    Three Davis School District teachers are being hailed as champion educators by the Utah Education Network (UEN).

     

    Luddington Marv Luddington, Spencer Robinson and Virginia Parry were named Utah’s American Graduate Champions for their work with Youth in Care (YIC). Nominated by their peers, the three helped youth overcome challenging circumstances and reach academic milestones. They were among 20 statewide to receive the recognition.

     

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    “Recognizing these educators is important,” says Steven Kaelin, Education Specialist for Alternative, Adult Education and GED Testing Services for the Utah State Board of Education. “The level of dedication, commitment and concern of these educators for students that struggle with overwhelming obstacles in their lives is truly inspirational and exemplary. For many of our students, YIC teachers provide the everyday hope that helps these youth rise above dire and defeating circumstances in life.”


    Luddington is an education and career advocate at Renaissance Academy Farmington Bay Youth Center. He helps students with transition planning.

     

    Parry Robinson is a YIC teacher at the main campus of the Renaissance Academy. He helps students prepare for the future through mindfulness-building experiences, such as archery.

     

    As a YIC counselor, Parry has helped students surprise themselves with their capacity to achieve as they learn testing strategies, financial planning and other skills. She has worked as a counselor for 30 years.

     


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  • District prepares for graduation ceremonies

     

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    Congratulations to the upcoming 2017 graduating class. Students are currently working hard to complete their courses for this culminating milestone of their K-12 education.

     

    Leading up to graduation, seniors will be honored and recognized with scholarship awards, assemblies, banquets and Cotillion dances with the culminating event of graduation June 1 and 2, respectively. 

     

    Tickets for the commencement ceremonies will be distributed to the prospective graduates. Additional tickets may be purchased in school offices or at the door of the event.  Specific commencement dates, times and locations are listed below.

     

    Thursday, June 1 

    • Northridge High School – 9 a.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Mountain High School – 11 a.m. Davis High School Auditorium
    • Davis High School – 1 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Syracuse High School – 5 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center

     

    Friday, June 2

    • Layton High School – 9 a.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Clearfield High School – 1 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center
    • Woods Cross High School – 1 p.m. Huntsman Center
    • Bountiful High School – 4 p.m. Huntsman Center
    • Viewmont High School – 5 p.m. WSU Dee Events Center

     


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