Family Update

Davis Middle School

Friday, May 20, 2022

Happy Friday Davis Families,

I hope this note finds you all well. Time is winding down with just one week remaining in the school year. It is hard to believe that my first year as the principal of Davis is almost complete. I look forward to a bit of time to reflect when things slow down in the building over the summer but I can tell you without hesitation that this year has certainly been the highlight of my education career so far and I am already looking forward to building on our partnership between home and school.

As we near next Friday, a few things to note:

  • School Supply Kits can be ordered through June 3...the information is below
  • The last day of school is a 1/2 day and students will be released at 11:48 AM. Lunch will be available as a grab and go to take on the bus or out the door to their rides or walking home.

Some weeks I add pictures to my newsletter to show you what has been going on at Davis, but today I wanted to share the video announcements from Student Council. Our Student Council was revamped a bit this year. Mr. Stagg and Mr. Martin have been amazing advisors and our students have done a fantastic job leading fun and change in our building. One of the committees includes the Communication Committee who are in charge of the announcements every day. This week's video shows you how great they do as well as gives a quick recap of the DC trip and Spring Fest. Thank you Student Council!

Have a wonderful weekend. Go Irish!


Davis MS Updates

8th Grade Celebration Ceremony

Dear 8th Grade Parents,

We hope that you are planning to join us in person for the 8th Grade Celebration Ceremony on Thursday, May 26th at 10:30 a.m. All 8th grade students will be recognized at this ceremony as they receive a certificate of completion. The Principal's Award, Academic Distinction and the Citizenship Awards will be celebrated as well.

We expect the ceremony to last about an hour. Like in the past, 8th grade students may be dismissed from school following the ceremony with a signed permission slip. Permission slips will go home with students on May 23rd and can also be found on your child's team Schoology page.

Last Day of School

May 27 - Last Day of School, 1/2 day, students dismissed at 11:48 AM

Order Your School Supply Kits for Next Year!

Supply Kits for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade are now posted at the website below.

Order Online at

Use Account# 9625

Hurry! Sale ends on June 3rd!
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Summer Reading 2022

Reading over the summer is a critical way to maintain and build upon the reading habits developed throughout the school year. Dublin City Schools values our students’ reading lives; therefore, we will provide year-round opportunities for our students to engage in experiences that will allow them to grow in literacy. Click here to read information for the 2022 Summer Reading that has been updated on the District website. Each student should read a minimum of 2 books over the summer. The link above has the lists of summer reading by grade level.

Information from the Clinic

For the families of current 6th grade students: The Tdap and MCV4 (meningitis) are required vaccines for incoming 7th graders. Please plan to have your students receive these vaccines prior to the start of next school year. If you have questions, you may contact the clinic.

October 2022 Washington, DC Trip (for current 7th grade students that will be in 8th grade next year)

If you were unable to attend the informational meeting in April and think your student may be interested in going to Washington, DC in October, please click this link for all of the paperwork and information.
Girls in Cyber Summer Camp

Free, hands on, engaging camp open to any DCS girl going into 6th or 7th grade who is interested in or wants to learn more about in STEM, IT, and Cyber subjects.

Athletics Updates

Scioto Volleyball Camp

June youth camp for grades 2-5 and middle school camp for grades 6-8. Click the link above for more information and the link below to register.

Info/Registration for Irish Rebounders Basketball Camp

July basketball camps for students in grades 3-8.

2022 Scioto Irish Boys Soccer Camp

June soccer camp for students in grades 2-8.

Davis MS PTO Updates

PTO 2022-23 School Year

It is hard to believe that the 2021-22 school year is coming to a close! Davis PTO is already planning for next school year to make it an amazing year for all of our students, teachers, and staff! We are looking to fill some of our open committee positions and would love to have you on our team! Here is a list of open opportunities:

Vice President


Fundraiser Co-Chair

Give Back Week

6th Grade Dance Club

Irish Way Scholarship Committee

Transition Committee (Rising 6th Graders)

Please feel free to reach out to Davis PTO for more details at! We look forward to working with you!

An announcement from the Davis library:

Please make sure that any outstanding books or items from the library are returned asap.

Thank you!

Dublin City Schools Updates

Summer Reading 2022

Reading over the summer is a critical way to maintain and build upon the reading habits developed throughout the school year. Dublin City Schools values our students’ reading lives; therefore, we will provide year-round opportunities for our students to engage in experiences that will allow them to grow in literacy. Click here to read information for the 2022 Summer has been updated on the District website.

New Listings on Student Job Resource Page

After our successful Work in Dublin Job, Career and Internship Fair in April, we still have our job resource page with new additions. You can find those opportunities on our Student Job Resource page.

Summer Lunch Program

Dublin City Schools will provide grab-and-go lunch services over the summer for our students. Pickup will begin on June 1 at Wright. You can read more information here.

Youth Activities - New activities added

Check out our youth activities web page regularly to stay up to date on the most recent activities available for students outside of school.

One Dublin - Backpacks and School Supplies

One Dublin will be hosting another Back-to-School Celebration this summer to provide FREE backpacks and school supplies to students in need. Registration begins July 1st. See the flyers below for more information.

Information from Syntero

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Worthington Library Information

Summer Reading at the Worthington Libraries:

It’s almost summer reading time! See the link below for a video announcement regarding this summer’s reading program:

There is also an opportunity for students to become a summer library Volunteen!

Is your child interested in:

  • Giving back to the community?

  • Working in a fun environment?

  • Boosting their job and college applications?

To volunteer at the Worthington libraries this summer, a student must be 12 years old or going into seventh grade this fall. They must also attend one orientation session and complete a Volunteen application prior to the orientation.

Volunteens will help all ages register for the 2022 Summer Reading Club, hand out prizes, and encourage participants to read all summer long. They may also assist with other library programs and projects as needed. Click on the website below for more information.

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Summer Fun Opportunities

Skate Zone 71 would like to extend a Discounted Roller Skating pass to your school during Summer Break 2022!!!

Starting June 6th we will be open daily for daytime & evening skating!

Your student families can use this pass during any of the following session times through the end of June!

  • Monday - Friday Daytime 12-3pm
  • Friday Late Afternoon 3:30-5:30
  • Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings 6-8:30pm
  • Saturday 11:00am-1:00pm or 1:30-4:00pm
  • Sundays 1:00-3:30pm or 4:00-7:00pm

Happy Skating!

Guests can print out the coupon or show at the door in admissions to receive the discounted price!

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