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  • Several bands earn superior ratings at state

    Musicians at several high schools in Davis District will leave the school year on a high note after scoring superior ratings at the 2015 Stand Band Festival.

    Scoring superior ratings were the Bountiful High wind symphony, the Woods Cross High wind ensemble, and the Davis High concert band, symphonic band and wind ensemble.

    The Viewmont High symphonic band and the Layton High symphonic band earned excellent ratings.

    Donna Croft, district fine arts supervisor, said that qualifying for state is an honor but the fact that all three of the Davis High bands scored superior ratings from all three judges at the festival is praiseworthy.

    “This does not happen often,” she said.

     
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  • Texts to assist parents of preschoolers

    Raising a successful scholar starts at an early age.

    To help get children ready for their first year of kindergarten, a free texting service is being offered districtwide to parents and guardians of preschoolers. The “Little Scholars” texts will go out to parents every Monday this summer, suggesting a fun way for parents to teach their child something they will need to know in kindergarten.

    The service is provided by Davis Community Learning Center, 210 E. Center St., Clearfield, in partnership with Davis School District.

    For more information or to sign up, contact the DCLC at 801-402-8395. The service also is being offered in Spanish.

    To see a flier, click here.

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  •  District announces principal transfers and new appointments
     
    Students and parents at many area schools will find new friendly faces at their school this fall as some principals retire and others move to different schools.

    In its annual principal transfers, Davis School District has announced administrative changes for the 2015-16 school year.

    TJ Barker, now an assistant principal at Fairfield, will join the staff at Central Davis Junior High as the new principal. He replaces David Tanner, who has been named the district’s new junior high school director. Millcreek Junior High will welcome Brock Jackman as the new principal, replacing Karyn Bertelsen, who is retiring at the end of this school year. Jackman is an assistant principal at West Point Junior High.

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