Eagle Bay will hold a school-wide evacuation drill on Friday, May 24. Phone messages will go out around 1:00 p.m. Students will be evacuated to the LDS chapel located on 14 Bonanza Road in Farmington, and can be picked up around 1:25 p.m. Parents and contacts listed on the student emergency card can pick up students. Photo I.D. must be presented for students to be released.
Thank for for your support during this school year! In anticipation of the last few weeks of school, we would like to remind you of a few important policies and procedures. Dress Code: Shorts and skirts shall extend to at least 3 inches above the knee. No short shorts or mini-skirts shall be allowed. No tank tops or tops without a capped edge (needs to have sleeves). No sleeveless dresses, shirts, or blouses. No shirts or blouses showing bare midriffs or bare shoulders are acceptable. Bare or stocking feet slippers are not allowed. Students who violate the dress code will be asked to correct the problem and reminded of the school dress code. If problems continue, parents will be notified and asked to bring appropriate clothes that do not viloate the dress code for the students. Attendance and Arrival Time: Students are expected to be in school every day on time. All classes begin at 8:50 a.m. (except for afternoon Kindergarten which begins at 12:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11:25 a.m. on Friday). Regular and punctual attendance is important for continuity in the school program and improvement of academic skills. Testing: We will be testing now through the last week in May. Please help students get plenty of rest, eat a good breakfast, and be on time and at school every day. Drop Off and Pick Up: Drop off will continue to be on the north and west sides of the building (no drop off on the east side-bus entrance). During good weather, students need to walk around the outside of the school to their house doors to line up for the bell.
It’s time to start registering all interested students going into 6thgrade for the 2013-2014 school year. The 6thgrade orchestra program is the very beginning level of the Davis School District orchestra program and continues into junior high and high school as a regular class-period with each year gradually progressing to more advanced levels. It also provides the necessary arts credits your student will need in order to graduate from high school.To learn more about the orchestra program and to answer all the questions you have, you are invited to attend an ORCHESTRA INFORMATION NIGHT on WEDNESDAY, MAY 15THat 6:00 pm at FARMINGTON JR. HIGH IN THE PORTABLE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE SCHOOL. Please feel free to bring your student. Instruments will be available this night for students and parents to try if they are unsure which instrument to choose. Click here for more information.If you can’t make it to this meeting, but would still like information about the orchestra program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Eagle Bay 4th, 5th and 6th Graders have been piloting a new web site for keyboarding homework. Kidscantype.com is a great way to get daily keyboarding practice! Keyboarding is an essential computer literacy skill. Being able to sit at a computer and compose an essay, story or other assignment is an important ability. Students need to be able to keyboard quickly and accurately. To get going on keyboarding homework: Go to kidscantype.com (no spaces), click on the Login button, type in the student email-USERNAME@davis.k12.ut.us (also, no spaces), type in the student password (pin number), click on Login, click on Start, HINT --- make sure your caps lock key is OFF while you type.
The Davis School District invites you to join with us in our campaign to “Get Wired.” We would like all children to have equal access to wireless technology. The increasing demands for the access to technology in our schools coupled with the need to retrofit and update our buildings makes it difficult to keep pace with demands. The Davis School District is committed to providing all the essential tools needed for a quality education. We can use your assistance, please join with us today in closing the technology gap in Davis School District.
The Davis School District has announced a matching grant campaign, Get Wired! The purpose of this campaign is to raise enough funds so that every school has wireless capability for the 2013-14 school year. Every $1 raised for the Get Wired Campaign will be matched, up to $10,000 per school- A million dollar investment in our children!Click here to learn more.
We are in the process of planning our transition to a year-round schedule for 2013-2014.
A 2013-2014 calendar, a list of Frequently Asked Questions about Year-Round (FAQ), and an Implementation Timeline were sent home with your student. Track request and registration forms are due Friday, March 8. Track assignments will be sent out Friday, March 29. To access information click here.
Eagle Bay is committed to keeping our students safe. Pick up and drop off will be done ONLY at the West and North (front) doors. The East side of the school building will be for all buses. During good weather, students need to walk around the outside of the school to their house doors to line up for the bell. Please be courteous and patient as you wait for your students to exit the building. We appreciate Farmington's Police Department's help as we implement this change and your support in making this safety plan a success. Detailed Information
We love our children. We care for their safety. We are asking all parents and visitors to check in at the front office for all events during school hours so that we know who are visitors are. We appreciate your help in this matter.
Once a month, the PTA will be setting up a Birthday Table to celebrate student birthdays. Each child that has a birthday that month is invited to bring a parent, grandparent or friend to have lunch with them at Eagle Bay. Visitors that plan to eat a school lunch, can purchase one for $3.00. You are also welcome to bring lunch into the school. We are so excited to celebrate with you! Schedule