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Creekside Elementary

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    Creekside Elementary

    Fun for the Whole Family

    Friday, October 9, 2015

    4:30pm - 7:00 pm

     

    Games - Food - Crafts - Hayrides - Face Painting

     

    Join us for a night of family fun.  Bring your neighbors, extended family and friends.  Fun events, including train, bounce houses, food, drink, snacks, treats.  We accept cash and cards.

    All proceeds go directly to Creekside classrooms.

    Can't wait to see you there!!

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    Cow, Darth Vader, Ballerina . . . . . . . . . . . . Cow, Darth Vader, Ballerina . . . .

               Cow, Darth Vader, Ballerina. . .

    Starting October 5, we are participating in a program through Scholastic called "All for Books".  This program is a fundraiser which allows us to raise money for our school and use that money to buy a book for every student at Creekside.  Students will receive these books during our literacy week in January.  In addition, whatever amount of money is raised, Scholastic will match that amount in books and give them to one of these organizations:  Kids in Distressed Situations, Inc. or Kids in Need Foundation.

     

    How are we going to raise the money?  Glad you asked.  We are going to vote on Mr. Birch's Halloween costume. Students bring pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, $1, $5 bills from home and put it in one, or more of the containers by the office.  The container with the most  money by October 27 is the winner and Mr. Birch's costume for the Halloween parade will be chosen! He may even pose for a picture after the parade for an extra $1 or $2!!

    So please send in your change and help the kids at our school as well as  kids in need!!  If you have any questions, please call Stephanie at (801) 425-4774.

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  • Microsoft Office Student Advantage Plan
     
    Microsoft Office Pro Plus 2013 Microsoft is now offering a free Microsoft Office subscription to our students as part of their District Office 365 account. This subscription allows students to install a full version of the Microsoft Office 2013 software at home on up to 5 devices. Software versions include Office 2013 for PC, Office 2011 for Mac, and Office Mobile for iPhone or Android.

    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.


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  • Does School Attendance Matter?
    According to the University of Utah, chronic absenteeism in Utah is pervasive, with approximately 1/7 students chronically absent every year.  Chronic absenteeism is associated with low scores and low grades.  It is an early warning sign of future academic problems. 

     It is critical students are in school in order to receive direct instruction and particpate in class discussions.
     Please help by making sure your students are at school every day!
     
     
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     Click on the logo to access information about the projects being funded by the voter-approved 2015 Bond.

Emergency Info

  • As winter is upon us, the Davis School District reminds parents and students 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 roadways.

    In the event of a closure, the district will contact all area radio and TV stations. News about the closure will also be posted here 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 a full day 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.

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