Students cheering
Property tax proposal

Information available on property tax proposal.

See more

Grass on playgrounds is showing the stresses of the drought
District works to conserve water

School playgrounds and fields are looking a little less inviting these days with the ongoing drought taking its toll.

Read about ongoing drought measures

First day of school is Aug. 23

Enjoy summer break. School is back in session Monday, Aug. 23. 

See school year calendar

Everyone loves cats

Especially those that move earth following the demolition of the old South Clearfield Elementary school. The new school building, just to the west, opens this fall thanks to the 2015 voter-approved construction bond.

Details of project View summer construction video

Hands-on learning at Summer Science Camp

Davis School District students participate in hands-on science lessons during a four-day Summer Science Camp.

See video

Summer office hours

Schools are still open this summer, but with limited days and hours. 

See summer hours

Summer lunch locations

Thirteen schools offer a free summer lunch for students 1-18.

See flier   español

graduation caps in the air
Congratulations Class of 2021!

Students from the district’s nine traditional and one alternative high schools said their final goodbyes. A total of 4,833 graduates participated in ceremonies over four days. The graduates earned nearly $63 million in scholarships. 

See ceremonies   See slideshow

Summer school opportunities

Various schools throughout the district are offering summer programs. For more information, contact the individual school directly. 

More information

Lunch tray
Important information for P-EBT reconsideration

There may be times when a student's schedule was different from what the district reported to the state. Parents can apply for reconsideration of the Pandemic-Electronic Benefits Transfer by Aug. 2.

See details

Students eating ketchup
Welcome to Davis School District

The Davis School District was established more than 100 years ago in 1911. It operates 62 elementary schools, 17 junior high schools and nine high schools.

See more

What's Happening at Davis

Rapid testing and vaccinations continue

With the onset of summer, some may wonder when and where they or any family member may be able to be tested for COVID-19 or receive a vaccination for the virus. 

There are multiple sites out there, and because of that, we've whittled the information down to two important links.

COVID-19 Testing

The place to find information about COVID-19 testing locations is: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/covid-testing-locations-list

Typically, during weekends, the site doesn't have all of its testing sites up-to-date, so check back frequently. 

COVID-19 Vaccinations

The Davis County Health Department is holding community-based COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics throughout the county. The drive-thru clinic at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington is now closed.

Appointments are encouraged and can be scheduled online at: https://go.usa.gov/xAZFD.

The place to find information about vaccination clinics for COVID-19 is https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/health/covid-19/vaccine

The Davis County Health Department updates that website every morning with the schedule of community clinics where vaccines can be received. 


Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.Nelson Mandela

robot battle

See more videos

Superintendency Message

District moves forward with clear focus, vision

By Logan Toone, Assistant Superintendent

Lucius Annaeus Seneca was a first-century roman philosopher and writer. In one of his letters, he penned an adage that has been rephrased and re-quoted many times over the years. The version recorded in The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations reads as follows:

If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favourable.

A similar principle is brought to life in Lewis Carroll’s well-known book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Alice – a young girl lost in a surreal and confusing place – seeks directions from the mysterious Cheshire Cat. The exchange that follows illustrates the importance of having purpose and direction.

Alice:  Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
Cat:  That depends a good deal on where you want to go.
Alice:   I don’t much care where -- 
Cat:  Then it doesn’t matter which way you go.

We live, work, and learn in a world where there are varying (and sometimes hotly contested) opinions on where we should go and how we should get there. Navigating the winds can be challenging at times, but when we are centered on a clear purpose and direction, we will make it to our desired port. 

Read Full Message

soldier and kids


Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.Albert Einstein

Davis By The Numbers

70,643 students enrolled in 92 district schools

94.2% graduation rate

$62M in education and athletic scholarships earned by the Class of 2020

54,451 credits earned toward college through Concurrent Enrollment and AP

7 times on the AP Honor Roll

21immersion schools offering French, Spanish or Chinese

$3M raised by Davis Education Foundation for classroom and innovative grants