Family & Community Resources
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The Utah State Board of Education (USBE) leads by creating equitable conditions for student success: advocating for necessary resources, developing policy, and providing effective oversight and support.
The Davis School District Equity Committee is made up of parent volunteers and district staff. Interested in joining? Please contact Holly DeCarolis at 801-402-8704.
The Davis School District Interfaith Committee is made up of a variety of church leaders and district staff. Interested in attending? Please contact Holly DeCarolis at 801-402-8704
The Domino Foundation promotes healthy racial identity development, strong interracial relationships, and self-confidence in families that adopt transracially. It connects transracial families with their local communities of color, experts, and individuals with backgrounds in race and adoption.
Unified Sports® is a registered program of Special Olympics that combines approximately equal numbers of athletes with and without intellectual disability on sports teams for training and competition. Each high school in the Davis School District has teams participating in the program in a variety of sports.
The Airman & Family Readiness Center plays a critical role in personal and family readiness, helping to prepare Team Hill and their families to meet ever increasing mission demands.
RISE Academy is a place where students will learn Black History, their role in their community, their worth, beauty, and #blackgirlmagic and #blackboyjoy. It is a Utah-based school held weekly for two hours.
The Utah Division of Multicultural Affairs strives towards equity, diversity, inclusion, and access (EDIA) and is committed to creating transformative frameworks that enable belonging and opportunity-building.