• 2017-18 Fall School Fee Registration 
    All required information and forms are due to the main office by August 18, 2017
    Please pay registration fees by September 1, 2017 to avoid a $10 late fee
    All registration must be done online!
      ***Paper registration packets are not available***
    A computer lab at Syracuse High will be available for 
    those without internet access on the following dates:
     Monday August 7th 5:00-7:00 p.m. &
    Thursday August 10th 9:00-11:00 a.m.
     To complete the online registration process parents will need a my.DSD guardian account. 
    Those needing assistance requesting an account can find information at the following link.
     A parent email address and the student's school ID number are required. 
    The public library also has computers available for public use

    To complete the “Fall School Fee Registration” process simply complete the 5-required registration steps below and drop off / mail all registration forms (and payment if not on line) to Syracuse High School, 665 South 2000 West, Syracuse Utah 84075 before the September 1st , 2017 deadline. 


    *** New Student Registration Information***

    All students new to the school or to the district have one additional step to be able to complete their registration.  New Student registration information must be completed before they will be able to continue on to the “Fall School Fee Registration” steps below.  Information can be found at the following “LINK”

    New Student Registration



    *Required* Registration

    Forms & Information

    Optional Registration

    Forms & Information

    Step 1 Log into your “my-dsd” account

    Use the new “my-dsd mobile" app for
         IOS Link          Android Link

    **Create a New Account**     Click Here

    Bell Schedule

    Concurrent Enrollment

    District Calendar

    School A/B Calendar

    Step 2 Student Demographic Sheet. 

    Open, print, update, sign and return to the main office your students information sheet. (my.dsd, academics tab, reports, student information form)

    Student Information Form

    Fee Waiver Notice

     English             Spanish

        Fee Waiver Application

       English              Spanish 

    Free and Reduced Lunch English 

     Free and Reduced Lunch Spanish 

      Lockers available upon request ($2.50 fee)  

    Step 3Electronic Policy Acceptance.

    Logon to My Dsd and review and electronically sign the school policy acceptance form.  The policies include: Academic Participation, Acceptable Use Agreement, Activity Eligibility, Attendance, Citizenship, Dress Code, Financial Liability, Parking, and School Dance.       




    McKinney-Vento Questionnaire

    English         Spanish

     Media Opt-out form

    English         Spanish 

    Online Learning Options 

    Step 4School Fee Payment / All Forms

    Pay all school fees (required & optional) online at my.dsd, payment tab, pay for fees / lunch. 

    ***Drop off all forms (required & Optional) to the main office or mail them to the school.

    Required Fees: Textbook rental $33,00, Activity Fee $32.00, Computer Equipment $15.00, Canvas Learning $4.50, Student Planner $5.00.  TOTAL REQUIRED FEES = $89.50.

    Optional Fees: Yearbook ($55.00 after Oct. 31, 2017) $50.00, Parking Permit (Jr. & Sr. ONLY) $5.00 MUST BE DISPLAYED ON MIRROR, Locker Rental $2.50, PTSA Dues Individual $6.00, PTSA Family+ donation $25.00, PTSA Donation $10.00.


    Yearbook Information

    Senior Tribute Instructions

    School Photos

    (Sep. 7th & 8th )

    PTSA Membership & Volunteers

    (Print and return if interested)

    School & District Policy 

    Student Insurance

    Step 5Schedule Changes / Corrections

    Schedule changes will be available based on the following information, procedure, and dates.

    Schedule change link

    Transcript Requests 

    SHS Athletic Code of Conduct

    UHSAA Eligibility

    Register My Athlete

    Concussion Policy

    Keys to Success Media Release   



    Frequently Asked Questions & Other Resources
    Student Demographic update leaf
    • Log into the my.dsd system - look for the green leaf (create a guardian account if first time user)
    • Click "Reports"
    • Select "Student Demographic Form"
    • Print the form
    • Fill out completely
    • Return to Syracuse High School


    Online Policy Acceptance

    Log into the my.dsd system - look for the green leaf (create a guardian account if first time user)
    • Click the "Home" tab
    • Click the "Digitally Signed Documents" folder
    • Select files in the file selection drop down list
    • Click accept for each document


    Online Credit Card or Check Payments

    • Log into the my.dsd system - look for the green leaf (create a guardian account if first time user)
    • Click the "Student Information System" Tab (if not already selected)
    • Select the student name
    • Click "Make Payment"
    • Follow instructions on page
    • Registration fees appear under the "Fees/Fines Owed" tab not the "Registration Fees" tab
    • Select various tabs to pay for each fee


    UHSAA Other Resources for Staff and Students

    · The NFHS has developed a free 20 minute online course, “NCAA Eligibility Center Coaching Education” at http://www.nfhslearn.com/electiveDetail.aspx?courseID=14000.

    · The NFHS has also developed four academic prep courses for students at www.nfhslearn.com.The World Book Learning Pro Courses include: Homework Helper, Reading& Learning Strategies, Research Skills and Testing tips. All four courses can be purchased for a total of $75.

    · ACT/SAT prep materials for students for a small fee through the NFHS partnership with eKnowledge. Click for info ACT/SAT Prep Resources.


    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.