We have been blessed to have Mrs. Chambers come to our school and lead us encouragingly to the end of the year. If you see her, thank her for all the great work she is doing to lead our school!
Our sixth grade students have been learning about world civilization in the Middle Ages and Renessiance. They spent a lot of time creating awesome works of art and we wanted to share them with you. The castles each had to have a flag, banner, 4 turrets, a moat and working draw-bridge! The family crests were created by students after researching their family names. Students also learned what each color, animal and shield represents on a crest to help make them more authentic. You can look at some of what was done by clicking the link below. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have!
Spring has sprung and student testing has begun!
Right now through 4/22, students in grades 3-6 are be tested on their writing skills. These students will also be tested on Language Arts, Math and Science sometime between 4/25-5/27.
Students in grades 1 and 2 will be testing from 4/18-5/20 on both Reading and Math.
Kindergarten will be tested in class sometime between 5/9-5/20 and again on an individual basis on 5/24, 5/25, 5/26. These individual tests will be scheduled in advance as there is no regular classes for Kindergarten on those three days.
Check with your students or classroom teacher for details for specific test dates for each class.
Please take some time and help your students prepare by following some of these helpful hints:
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The day of testing -
Just a friendly reminder that our school participates in the following programs to purchase more books for our library:
General Mills Box tops for Education & Tyson's Prjoct A+
We also collect Campbell's Soup labels to help purchase extra things for our Physical Education classes.
Keep an eye out for these and send them to school with your children!
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 up to date on 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.