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  • District prepares argument for
    $298 million bond proposal


    Acknowledging that every topic has two sides, the Davis School District has prepared an argument for its ballot proposition — a $298 million bond — in accordance with Utah Code 59-1-1604.


    No argument against the proposal was submitted to the district.


    The Board of Education of the Davis School District voted unanimously on July 7, 2015, to ask voters to approve the bond, which will be used to finance the acquisition of land, new construction, renovations and additions, as well as maintenance of existing structures.


    The Board of Education will discuss the pros and cons of the proposed bond at 7 p.m. Oct. 20, 2015, at the District Office Administration Building, 45 E. State Street, Farmington. All interested patrons are invited to attend.


    To read the argument, click here.


    To read the Utah Code, click here.



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  • LHS educator wins teaching honor


    Layton High technology and engineering educator Tim Feltner is a firm believer in the value of hands-on learning to teach critical and creative thinking.

    LHS Tim Feltner


    The Utah Air Force Association is honoring Feltner for his teaching methods, saying he continually goes above and beyond the usual classroom lessons.


    Feltner is the association’s regional and Utah Teacher of the Year, and as such, now is eligible for the national award. He was presented the awards this month.





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  • Four schools pilot aerospace pathways program


    A new partnership with aerospace companies could lead to a career for students at four Davis School District high schools — Clearfield, Davis, Layton and Viewmont.


    The Aerospace Pathways program was recently announced by Gov. Gary Herbert. The program partners with Boeing, Harris, Hexcel, Hill Air Force Base, Janicki and Orbital ATK. Students in the program will have the opportunity to take courses in their high school and at Davis Applied Technology Center, serve an internship with one of the partner companies, and possibly receive an aerospace manufacturing certification and future employment in the aerospace industry.


    Stories on the innovative program can be seen in this U.S. News and World Report article and on KUTV.




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Available Resources

2015 Bond Information

Bond Website
Click on the logo for more information about the 2015 bond election. 
 No time to read up on the bond? Take 5 minutes to watch this informational video.

Emergency Info

  • In case of emergency, check here for more information or call:
    General public — 801-402-5500
    Employees — 801-402-5501
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