April 18 - 8th Grade State Testing, Science
April 18-Family Night
April 19-NO SCHOOL, Teacher Conference Comp Day
April 22 - TDAP/MCV4 Clinic, 8:15-12:15 at Davis
April 23 - Make-Up State Testing - Math & Science
April 25 - Arts & Music Festival, 5-8 pm at Davis
May 6 - 8th Grade Choir, Band & Orchestra Concert, 7 pm at Davis
May 9 - Student Showcase at Scioto PAC, 7 pm
May 13 - 6th & 7th Grade Band Concert, 7 pm at Davis
May 18-High School Graduation at the Schottenstein Center
1 p.m. Dublin Jerome
4 p.m. Dublin Scioto
7 p.m. Dublin Coffman
May 22 - Irish Way & 8th Grade Awards, 7 pm at Davis
May 23 - 8th Grade Completion Ceremony, 9 am at Davis
May 24-Last day of school for students grades 1-11. (This is a half day.)
Please join us for the 8th Grade Completion Ceremony and send off at Davis on May 23rd at 9 am. If you are planning to take your child home with you after the ceremony we will have tables set up outside of the gym for you to sign your child out of school for the afternoon and for Friday, May 24th. As you think about who to invite for this ceremony please keep in mind our space constraints. Seating will be tight!
Attention all 6th and 7th grade students interested in trying out for the 2019-2020 cheerleading season! Tryouts will be held after school on May 14th through May 16th. Informational packets and physicals are now located outside Coach Back's room (210) as well as Coach Strom's room (218).
6th Grade Sports Camps coming up...
* Volleyball - April 17, 18
* Cross Country - April 23, 23
* Boys Basketball - April 24, 25
* Boys & Girls Golf Camp - April 28 @ Mill Creek G.C. - 2 -4 pm
The annual Arts and Music Festival is April 25th from 5:00pm-8:00pm at Davis! The PTO will be selling pizza, Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwiches, chips, sweet treats and beverages, as well as our 30th Anniversary glasses.
Please sign up below if you would like to volunteer to help with the concession stand/glass sale or if you would like to donate items. Students who need service hours are welcome to sign-up to help with the concession stand!
Please feel free to contact Tiffany deSilva, Davis PTO President, at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Will you be traveling overseas before the end of the school year?
Please send a note to the attendance office stating the dates your student will be gone. Will your student miss the start of the 2019-2020 school year? Please send a note to the attendance office stating the date your student will be starting school.
Reminder: Students that travel to a Tuberculosis (TB) endemic region for 30 or more consecutive days will be required to show proof of a negative TB test performed in the United States upon return.
Did you know that 3 out of 4 people are terrified of public speaking? Join us as students around the district tackle that fear head on. Representatives from Davis Middle School, Scioto High School and Jerome High School will be delivering TED style talks at the inaugural spring Student Showcase. Arooj Sohail, Danisha Bravo, Sreenath Kunapuli and Vikram Srikonda from Davis will be sharing their ideas about how we can contribute to a more positive and inclusive future. The Student Showcase will be at the Dublin Scioto PAC on May 9th at 7:00pm. Please contact Emily Ziesenheim at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We hope to see you there!
Attention all runners and walkers! Lace up your tennis shoes and join us for the first annual Lost Boys Fun Run on Saturday, May 18th at 9:00 a.m. at Glacier Ridge Metro Park. All proceeds for this run/walk will go to the Buckeye Clinic in South Sudan. The 6th grade has been busy raising money for this worthy cause all year. Encourage your friends and family members to sign-up for this fun, worthwhile event. Please contact Kristin McDonough if you have any questions.
Sign up at:
Click on Group/teams at the top and then click the Join button next to Dublin Davis Middle School.
Dublin Teen Institute and Dublin ACT Council would like to invite you to our second annual Harmony Music Festival on Thursday, April 18th from 5:30 - 8:30 pm at the Coffman Pavilion. This event is open to the whole city with free admission. Through this event, we hope to show that one can have fun while living a substance-free life. A great opportunity for families to hang out and spend time with each other. There will be many musical performances, food trucks, face painting, magic booth, games and more! Great Food Trucks will be available this year including Legacy Smokehouse!
Scioto Youth Soccer Camp - June 17-20
2nd-8th Grade (2019-2020 School Year), 8-10am
$65 per camper, Free Tee-shirt and Water bottle
Link to register and more information: https://www.ladyirishsoccer.org
NEWS FROM THE DISTRICT
Elementary name survey for school to be built in Jerome Village
Dublin City Schools will open two more elementary schools in the fall of 2020. The school on Bright Road has been named Hopewell. We are now working on possible names for the school to be built in Jerome Village. Please take a moment to take our brief survey at this link.
Dublin City Schools dodgeball raises more than $13,000
The Dublin City Schools dodgeball tournament for worthy causes raised more than $13,000 on April 5. Watch our brief recap video here.
Summer sports camps and other activities
Summer sports camps and and more submitted to email@example.com will be posted at https://www.dublinschools.net/youthactivities.aspx.