CHAMPS Weekly Bulletin
Week of October 16, 2023
Congratulations Principal's CHAMPion Squad!
Congratulations to the following students who have been chosen to be a part of the Principal's Champion Squad or PCS! They were chosen because they exhibit the CHAMP qualities and are leaders in their houses. The Principal Champion Squad will meet with Dr. Prince and administrators periodically to discuss student ideas for school events and ways to make the school better.
Confidence - Serenity Cooper, Khyley Moore, Cohen Sledge
Honesty - Tayshon Simon, Jada Nevels, Abriana Peacock
Authenticity - Eric Brown, Isaiah Samuels, Kaylee Contreras-Cruz
Motivation - Baleigh Montgomery, Natali Mendez, Jamarion Harris '
Positivity - D’Mya Powell, Chadwick Stewart, Alex Lara Arcos
Fall Food Drive
Report Cards & Goal Setting
Digital Citizenship Week: October 16-20, 2023
Digital Citizenship refers to way that users responsibly use technology, the Internet, and/or digital devices. Each year, there is a Digital Citizenship Week with a different focus. This year's focus is on ensuring students' mental health and digital well-being.
Below, you will find a few activities that you can go through with your child to work on their Digital Citizenship.
We wanted to give families some activities that they could do with their kids that goes along with this week’s Digital Citizenship Week theme. They include videos about cyberbullying and the pressure to stay connected.
After watching the video Teen Voices: Dealing with Digital Drama, answer the questions below with your kids.
- What is digital drama?
- Why does digital drama happen?
- What are some ways to deal with digital drama?
After watching the video Teen Voices: The Pressure to Stay Connected, answer the questions below with your kids.
- What media habits did the teens talk about?
- Which features of design hooked them? Can you think of other features that weren't mentioned in the video?
- Do you think their media habits add value and meaning to their lives? Explain.
Media Balance & Well-Being
Honor's Day Program
1st Nine Week Honors Day will be held Thursday, October 18, 2023 at 1:30PM. If your child is receiving an award they should have received an invitation to the program to bring home. We hope to see you on Thursday.
Students are required to complete at least 3 i-Ready lessons per week with a score of 80 or above during Advisory. If they do not complete these lessons they will be required to complete them during PE time on Fridays. Please encourage your child to complete their lessons and ask to see the lessons they have completed for the week.
School begins each day at 7:55am. Students are tardy and must be signed in by an adult after 8:00am. If you drop your child off after 8:00am, then please plan to come inside to sign them in to school for the day.
Get Involved in DEMS
Parents in Action
If you would like to get more involved in what is going on at Davis-Emerson Middle School, please consider becoming involved in one of our Parents inAction committees. If you are interested in joining one of the committees, please complete the survey link attached and we will be in contact soon.