Davis Richmond E-News

September 3, 2020

No School September 4th and 7th

Just a reminder there is no school tomorrow, September 4th due to a Teacher Institute Day and September 7th for Labor Day.

PTO News

Friday Night KONA ICE Truck!

September 11th (Check below for times and locations)

We're unable to gather for our annual Block Party this year, but there is a KONA ICE truck coming to your neighborhood!

Follow the link below and these simple instructions to preorder your Kurbside Kona!

1. Click link https://kurbsidekona.com/?id=3563

2. Type in zip code 60174


4. Pick the Date- September 11th

5. Choose between Davis Park (by baseball fields) 2:30-4:30 OR Harvest Hills Park 5:00-7:00pm

6. Find your favorite Kona flavors and check out with your CC or Debit Card

7. Show up at your scheduled time to enjoy Kurbside Kona as our FIRST restaurant night fundraiser. 15% of the sales will go back to Davis Richmond School!

**To help with social distancing we are asking you to preorder. The trucks cannot guarantee that they will be able to make a walk up order. If you’re able to, it is CC or Debit only. NO CASH at this time.



Virtual Curriculum Night - September 8th

Davis’ Virtual Curriculum Night will be Tuesday, September 8th from 6:00-7:00. Your students’ teacher will be sending out a presentation to your email reviewing the curriculum, weekly schedule, grade level expectations, and other important information about your child’s day. In your email from the teacher you will also receive links to 2 virtual Q & A sessions. Please review their presentation prior to the September 8th Q & A session with the classroom teacher. The sessions are 6:00-6:20 and 6:30-6:50. Your student’s teacher will send you the links to the sessions and you may choose which session to attend. Our teachers can’t wait to meet you! Click HERE for a document to links for all of the sessions. To “see” all of our Davis staff and quick introductory videos click HERE.

Birthday Books!

Happy birthday to our remote learners! If you have an August or a September birthday, please stop by the Davis Primary office to pick up your birthday book.

Please Be Safe

When picking up your child please remember to use the pick up lane on 7th Street. Do not park across the street, double park or make U Turns. We do not want children walking in between cars and crossing the street to be picked up.

Richmond Intermediate News

VIRTUAL Curriculum Night - September 10

Richmond virtual curriculum will start at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 10th. Each session will run twice.

Session 1: 6-6:20 p.m.

Session 2: 6:30-6:50 p.m.

Please click HERE to view a document that has links to all of our sessions via google meets. If you are unable to attend virtually, please contact your child’s teacher so they can share the presentation with you. We look forward to “seeing” you soon!

ELL Program Placement Letters for Remote Learners

In previous years, ELL Program Placement Letters have gone home with students via backpack mail. Because we don't have that option for our remote learners this year, these letters will be sent out in the mail, arriving in the next week or two. If you receive a letter, it is simply for your information, and you do not need to send or bring it back to school. Please contact RIchmond's ELL Teacher, Samantha Stewart (samantha.stewart@d303.org or 630.228.5451), if you have any questions about your student's ELL programming. Thank you!


Every year cases of head lice are found in people all over our community, and do not reflect poor hygiene or social status. Anytime children come together, whether at overnight camp, the movie theater, or at school, there is an increased risk of identified head lice cases. Head lice is primarily transmitted through direct head-to-head contact or from sharing hats, brushes, and other personal items. In an effort to assist parents and guardians with their awareness regarding head lice prevention, detection and treatment we provide a Health Services page on the District 303 website that outlines the control and management of lice in our schools. On that page you will also find information about the District’s approach to lice management in the school setting.

Parents play an integral part in the prevention and detection of head lice in their children. To prevent the spread of this communicable condition, please check your child(ren) regularly for evidence of lice. If you should discover a case of head lice, please notify the health office at your child’s school, as well as your child’s outside activity directors. The nurses in the health office will assist you with identification of a probable case and resources for care.

With regard to preventative treatment, parents are encouraged to seek guidance from their health care provider prior to using any treatment options. Since mass screenings do not reduce the incidence of head lice, they are not conducted in our schools. Research has shown that a "no lice" "no nit" policy for schools hinders academic attendance and performance, while doing little to change the incidence of lice. Because the life cycle of a louse is 3 to 4 weeks, often students have had an infestation for many days before the case is identified. If a cluster (two or more identified cases in one classroom over a few week’s period) is identified by school personnel, the health office will send a letter home notifying parents.

Like many health matters, prevention is key. Please assist your child by reinforcing the message taught at school to avoid head to head contact and the sharing of personal items. The nurses in the health office maintain strict confidentiality on all student concerns and we will never share your child’s personal information on this matter.

Thank you for partnering with your child’s school to prevent the spread of lice among our student population. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call your school nurse.