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  • Nominations for CARE Awards due March 13

    CARE logo Do you know an employee who should be recognized for their outstanding contribution to the Davis School District? They just might deserve a CARE Award.

    Don’t miss out on this opportunity to nominate a district employee for the recognition they deserve. Remember, exemplary first-year teachers can also be nominated for the Rookie of the Year Award.

    For more information about the CARE awards and a sample nomination form, click here (Nominations must be completed on the online form).
     
    For a list of prior award winners, click here . View a video about last year's CARE winners here. Successful nominations contain detailed responses to the three listed questions. For an example of a detailed nomination, click here.  For an example of a nomination which needs more detail, click here.

    To fill out the official nomination form, click here. Incomplete nominations will not be considered. The nomination form consists of three pages, including three detailed questions on the third page. The deadline is 4:30 p.m., Friday, March 13. Winners will be honored at a dinner on May 11.

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  • Volunteerism earns honors for 2 seniors

    spirit award Two Davis County high school students are among the four distinguished finalists from Utah in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.

    The nationwide program honors students in grades 5-12 for outstanding volunteer service.

    Alexis Carlsen, a Davis High School senior, created a reading room complete with 400 books, bookshelves, blankets and carpets for children staying at the Safe Harbor women’s domestic violence shelter in Kaysville. She spent more than 115 hours on the project.

    Yvonne Ward, a Bountiful High School senior, created a summer math and science camp “Explore Science!” in 2012. The camp encourages girls to follow science, technology, engineering and math careers by exposing them to topics such as cell biology, electricity, chemistry, the science of music, environmental science and rocketry. She leads the sessions and plans to train her younger sister to take over once she graduates from high school.

    “Prudential is honored to celebrate the contributions of these remarkable young volunteers,” said Prudential Chairman John Strangfeld. “By shining a spotlight on the difference they’ve made in their communities, we hope others are inspired to volunteer, too.”

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  • Outdated special education records available

    As required by law, the Special Education Department is conducting its annual purge of outdated special education records. The records of students born in 1988 or who graduated in 2009 may be requested from the Davis School District by sending a written request to: 

    Davis School District

    Kathy Chisholm, Special Education Director
    P. O. Box 588
    Farmington, Utah  84025-0588 

    Requests must be received by March 6.  Records will be destroyed after this date.

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