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  • Three schools score in Stock Market Game

     

    West Bountiful winners Looking to make some changes in a stock market portfolio? Well, a few elementary students might just be the best consultants.

     

    Three student teams from two Davis School District elementary schools and one junior high were recently honored for their prowess in the stock market game. Each team is tasked to take $100,000 and invest in stocks listed on the New York and NASDAQ National Market System. The goal is to make the most money over a 10-week period. 

     


    Legacy winner The schools honored, student teams, advisors and final earnings are as follows:

     

    Elementary Division

    • First Place West Bountiful Elementary — Tal Arona, Parker Burt and Weston Cox, Advisor Davina Schoulten, $111,805.45;

    • Second Place Creekside Elementary — Kaylee Bowles, Clara Perez, Advisor David Hardy, $111,699.97;

     

    Junior/Middle Division

    • Third Place Legacy Junior High — Sam Nicol, Dylan Kline, Advisor Loren Brinkerhoff, $120,653.44.

     

    Additionally, Shanna Shakespear, Legacy Junior High, received second place in the InvestWrite Awards.

     

    Students who participate in the Stock Market Game learn how to:

    • Purchase and sell stocks;

    • Recognize the various forms of a business organization;

    • Develop an awareness of the sources of funds available to a business;

    • Examine the affect of current events on stock prices;

    • And apply basic economic concepts to current conditions.


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  • When the snow piles deep

    snowplow Davis County on average receives 58 inches of snow annually between the months of October and April. Generally speaking, Utah is prepared for winter weather. Occasionally the area is hit by a sizeable storm and to some, particularly those from other areas of the country, keeping schools open may seem peculiar.

     

    However, the Davis School District recognizes that schools are a public service. Many rely on schools remaining open and serving as a safe haven for children. The district recognizes that many students may be left home without adult supervision as some parents do not have the luxury of choosing to stay home. Closures, due to snow, are rare.

     

    Parents are also reminded they may keep their student home anytime they feel it is unsafe for them to travel to school. When that occurs, arrangements will need to be made with their teacher for any missed assignments.

     

    Click here for frequently asked questions and answers regarding weather closures.

     

    Click here to view an infographic regarding weather closures.


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  • Boundary variance requests available

     

    map pinpoint Students wishing to attend a school other than their boundary school during the 2017-18 school year can now file a variance request. Boundary variance requests will be accepted through Feb. 17. This infographic briefly explains the variance process.

     

    Variance approvals are made based on district policy, which is available here. The district follows state law in its designation of open schools.

     

    Schools above capacity are closed to open enrollment. The open/closed status of each school is available here. For open schools, if the number of applications exceeds the open enrollment spots, a random selection process is used.

     

    Variance applications MUST be submitted online using your My.DSD account. Click here for step-by-step instructions.

     

    Written notification will be sent to each applicant by March 31.

     


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