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  • Two teens among regional award winners

    After stringent judging and interviewing, two Davis School District students have been named Sterling Scholar winners in their talent areas.

    Sterling Scholars Winners of the Wasatch Front regional competition are:

    Speech & Drama: Lincoln M. Holbrook, Woods Cross High School;

    Visual Arts: Marc Allen, Northridge High School.

    A winner was named in 13 different academic areas. Awards were based on academics, leadership and citizenship.

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  • District administrator elevated

     to College of Fellows

    The administrator responsible for all the buildings in the Davis School District has been elevated to Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects.

    Gary R. Payne Gary R. Payne, who oversees Facilities Administration, will receive the prestigious  Fellowship medal during an investiture ceremony in May at the AIA Convention in Atlanta, Ga.

    “I have watched Gary thoughtfully, systematically and significantly change the way that schools are designed in his school district, the state of Utah and nationally,” said AIA Utah president Jeanne Jackson, in a letter of nomination to the AIA Jury of Fellows.

    Payne oversees 10 million square feet of schools and other buildings districtwide. This includes oversight of about 800 employees. Facilities Administration includes architectural services, custodial services, facility rentals and environmental maintenance services.

    He earned his master’s in architecture from the University of Utah and has been with the district for 26 years. He spent eight years prior to that working in an architectural firm. 

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  • Board seeks comment
    on bond sale resolution

    The Board of Education of the Davis School District passed a resolution Tuesday authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $43 million of the 2009 voter-approved bonds.

    By law, the resolution allows for a 30-day comment period before the actual sale of those bonds.

    The bond money would be used to build a new elementary school in west Farmington and a new elementary school in west Kaysville to alleviate current overcrowding in nearby existing schools. It would also complete renovations at Millcreek Junior High and finance other building improvements in the district.

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