7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Centennial Jr. High Showcase for 6th graders and parents - held at CJH
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM DARE Graduation for 6th grade
4:00 PM - 6:15 PM Centennial Jr. High registration for 6th grade students - held at CJH
4:00 PM - 6:15 PM Centennial Jr. High registration for 6th graders - held at CJH
The students at Kaysville Elementary are beginning to take mid-year interim tests. To help students to show what they have learned, please have them to go sleep on time, arrive to school on time, and eat a healthy breakfast. Below is a list of dates in which we will be administering assessments. For more specific dates and times, contact your child's teacher.
Kaysville Elementary thanks the Davis Education Foundation, Donorschoose.org donors, and Chevron for investing their money into our school. The following teachers recieved grants this year:
Julie Sanders, $200, Art Supplies
Teresa Schenk, $500, Keyboard protects for the new computers in the North Lab
Colleen Simonsen, $500, Laptop
Gloria Smith, $215, ipad cart that works as a document camera
Jayann Mansfield, $250, Social Skills books
Do you have a child in your home that will be 5 yrs. old on or before September 1st, 2017? If so, please call the office or click on the link below and fill in the information online. This information is critical for determining teacher/student ratio.
As forecasts will eventually call for snow, the Davis School District reminds parents about procedures it uses when considering school closures for inclement weather.
If the superintendent decides to close schools, that decision will be made as early as possible and before school buses hit the road ways.
In the event of a closure, the district will contact all area radio and TV stations. News about the closure will also be posted on the district's website and on Facebook and Twitter. Stations will only be notified when schools close. They will not be contacted when schools remain open.
If schools close because of weather, the school day, by state law, must be made up.
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.
We need fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and other father-figures to volunteer in our school. Sign up to volunteer on Kaysville Elementary at Watch D.O.G.S sign up. Our goal is to provide positive male role models for our students. Volunteer your time to have lunch with your child and their classmates, run around at recess, have fun and provide an extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
Thank You to Smith's Community Rewards
Program and all of you that participate. We
received a donation to our school of $136.63! If you haven't already signed up
for Smith's Community Rewards Program, please do so. It is an easy
and great way to give back to our school.
Here is the link for how to sign-up.
Information and instructions for installing Office 2013 are available here.
For more information, you can check the Microsoft In Education blog, which has answers to FAQs about the Microsoft Student Advantage/Office 365 ProPlus program.
The Davis School District will keep parents informed of school emergencies and school closures due to weather. Information will be posted here as needed.
Parents also may get the most up-to-date information from the district's Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Davis School District is responsible for Child Find identification and evaluation for all students suspected of having a disability residing in Davis County. This includes children (birth through 21 years of age) who are in public schools, private schools, are being home schooled, are preschoolers (birth to five years) and are in need of an evaluation for possible special education or early intervention services. Early identification and intervention may be essential to your child’s development.
If your child is having significant difficulty with vision, hearing, speech, behavior, is experiencing slow development typical for his/her age, physical development or learning difficulty, he/she may be a child with a disability that requires specialized instruction through special education. If you suspect that your school age child may have a disability, please contact your neighborhood school principal or special education department at 801-402-5169.
If your child’s age is birth to three years or three to five years, contact the Davis Early Learning Center at 801-402-5409.