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  • We had a celebration today with many visitors from the state, district and the Imagine Nation company. Our school was named a Beacon Award winner for Imagine Learning Language & Literacy.  Beacon Award winners are recognized for excellence in their partnership, innovative implementation, and good citizenship and outstanding usage of an Imagine Learning product during the school year.  Our school was number 3 out of all of the K-3 schools using Imagine Learning Language & Literacy in the state of Utah! We were recognized for above-and-beyond enthusiasm and innovative use of Imagine Learning.  We are so grateful for Imagine Learning and encourage all k-3 students to use it at school and at home.

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  • Ms. Stone's 5th Grade students created some amazing Kachina dolls!

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  • Vision screening will be held Tuesday, October 24 at Cook Elementary.  Before screening is conducted, state law requires parents be informed that vision screening is not a substitute for an eye examination by an eye care specialist.
    Several methods for vision screening are state approved and available for student screening. Any of the following methods may be used to screen your child: Distance vision charts, photo screening, or computerized programs. School screenings are coordinated by the school nurse who may use trained parent volunteers and school staff to assist, or may request state-approved vision screening assistance from the Lions Sight Foundation, Friends for Sight, or the Utah Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
    You will receive a referral letter if your child fails the screening. However, even if your child passed, it is important that your child see an eye care specialist once a year. School vision screening does not evaluate eye health and cannot uncover all important vision problems or prescribe treatment. Vision referral information, on children age 8 and under, will be reported to the Utah State Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired as stated in Utah Law 53A-11-203.
    Because academic learning is 80% visual, and visual problems are best detected and treated early, a comprehensive eye and vision examination is recommended. Healthy eyes and good vision are essential for success in school.
    Please provide the school with written notification if you do not want your child to participate in the screening program.
    Thank you,
     
    Melanie Schenck, RN
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  • Look what just came in!

    robots

    As we look to the future here at Cook Elementary, we wanted to add to the STEM experience for our students.

    We received an Innovative School Grant from the Davis Education Foundation in the amount of $2500 for robotics, made possible by a generous donation from KIHOMAC.

    Along with matching funds provided through our Cookie Dough fund raiser, we were able to purchase:

    56 Checkerboards (Table Top Coding)

    38 Ozobots 2.0

    14 Ozobot EVO

    24 Spehro SPRK+

    Each grade level will have a kit including a portion of these tools.

    Our goal with these cool tools is to teach students coding, creativity, persistence, and that robots only do what we tell them to. We will use a variety of No Tech, Low Tech, and High Tech lessons to make this happen

    If you have an interest in this process and would like to be involved, please let Mr. King know!

    Thanks to the supportive community, the great teachers here at Cook, The Davis Education Foundation, and KIHOMAC!

    #DavisEducationFoundation #STEM #WELOVEKIHOMAC


     

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    Child Find Notice
     
    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.
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  • Why Do I Need a my.DSD Guardian Account?
     
    You CAN:
    • Check your student's grades / missing assignments
    • Make payments on lunch accounts
    • Schedule a Parent / Teacher Conference during SEP week
    • Digitally sign your student's acceptable use (computer / internet usage) form
    • Take a survey to provide feedback on your child's teacher and the school's administration
    • Look at test scores
    • View your child's attendance history
    ...And so much more!
     
    To get started, click on this link for a guided walk-through on how to set up a my.DSD account.

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    read today
      Read Today Program
    As a school we are always looking for parent and community volunteers to help students grow in reading! We are looking to get at least 30 or more tutors for the school year. The commitment is either once or twice a week for an hour, working with two student for 30 minutes each. You may choose to do more if you can. It makes a BIG difference in the lives of our students and it comes with valuable training regarding the components of reading. If you are interested, or know anyone that can help with this program, send them our way. Contact Maureen Bathke, our Read Today Coordinator, at 801-402-2200. You can learn more about "Read Today" on our web site by clicking on "School Programs" or by visiting https://www.davis.k12.ut.us/Domain/9645 

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