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  • National Merit announces semifinalists

    National Merit logo Twenty-five Davis School District seniors are among the top 1 percent of students nationwide recognized as semifinalists in the National Merit Scholarship program.


    To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, these semifinalists must now fulfill several requirements to advance to the finalist level. Requirements include a detailed application, which contains the student’s academic record, community involvement, leadership abilities, honors and awards. Additionally, the student must be recommended by a high school official, write an essay and demonstrate continued academic excellence with a high score on the SAT.


    Listed by school, the semifinalists in Davis School District are:


    Bountiful High — Michael C. Barkdull, Archer R. Clayton, Laura M. Landon, Shay L. Smith and Elizabeth N. Ward;

    Davis High — Lincoln J. Berbert, Isaac S. Crosby, Matthew D. Hatch, Joshua Hoffman, Nathan Nielson, Zachary D. Rios, Tynan R. Sigg, Risa Sunakawa, Bryce A. Tolman, Sarah R. Waddoups;

    Layton High — Elle R. Knudson, Kollin Murphy;

    Syracuse High — Collin J. Free;

    Viewmont High — Logan T. Glathar, Kimball L. Johnston, Joshua E. Kim, Samuel A. Olausson;

    Woods Cross High — Lucy A. Goodman, Brenden J. Nuttall and Matthew D. Tufts.


    National Merit Scholarship winners will be announced in April.

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  • Board gives 2018-19 seniors option
    to choose new school

    person with three arrows Choice. That’s what next year’s seniors attending the five schools affected by the boundary realignment and the new Farmington High School will have in 2018-19.


    The Board of Education of the Davis School District voted unanimously to begin Farmington High School with a senior class. However, those soon-to-be seniors can also choose to stay at their current high school. Additionally, soon-to-be seniors at Bountiful, Davis, Layton, Viewmont and Woods Cross can choose to continue at their current school or complete their senior year in 2018-19 at their new boundary school.


    Those future seniors are being asked to meet with their counselors by Wednesday, January 31, and opt out of attending their new boundary school, including Farmington High.


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Superintendency Message

  • Rolling out the red carpet for students

    Superintendent Reid Newey Summer has come and gone, fall is in full swing, and we look forward to a great year in Davis School District. 


    It was great to witness opening day throughout the district. Each school had its own unique way of celebrating the return of our most valued commodity, our students! From a Super Hero staff to New Year’s festivities, the red carpet was rolled out to make students feel welcome and valued.


    The world is changing rapidly. Our mission is to prepare students to not only survive in, but contribute to their world. As we work toward equipping our students with the knowledge and skill necessary to thrive in a technology based world, we recognize the importance of human interaction, witnessed recently through natural disasters such as Hurricane Harvey, and closer to home, the fire affecting our own South Weber. We are reminded how critical it is to teach our students the importance of building relationships, developing effective communication skills, and cultivating compassion for others. These skills are essential for our students to master.


    Educating the whole child is a big task, but one that we are equal to in Davis School District. Summer provides an opportunity for rejuvenation, as well as time to prepare for the hard things we do. We want every day to be like the first day for our students, full of great expectation and enthusiasm for learning.  

    — Reid Newey


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