Davis Richmond E-news

January 14, 2022

NO SCHOOL 1/17 and 1/18

We will be observing the Martin Luther King Holiday on Monday, January 17th. There will be no school and our offices will be closed. There will be no school for students on Tuesday, January 18th due to a School Improvement Day for staff. School will resume on Wednesday, January 19th.

Eureka Math Videos

Did you know that the district has video resources to support parents and students learning math with Eureka? Each video is applicable to specific lessons with each grade level module. To view these resources, click here.

i-Ready Reports

Individual student i-Ready reports were sent home with students. If you have any questions about the assessment, please reach out to your child's teacher.

ACCESS Testing

For students who receive ELL services at Davis/Richmond, yearly ACCESS testing is upcoming. Please click HERE for a letter with additional information. This letter and testing is only for students who qualify for ELL services.

District News

D303 Preschool Registration

Registration for the D303 Preschool Program Lottery will be open from January 12 - January 26. Names will be randomly selected on January 27, and parents will be notified by email if their child is chosen. Those who are not selected will be placed on a waiting list and will be notified when a space becomes available. Click here to register!

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PTO Directory

The PTO sponsored directory is a great way to stay in touch with other families and students within our school community. Click the link to fill out your child’s contact information if you would like to participate in our directory. PTO Directory Form


Interested in helping create and design this year's yearbook? Email us at davisrichmondpto1@gmail.com.

Davis Primary

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One School, One Book

This winter, Davis will be embarking on a special project, an all school reading initiative called One School, One Book. Every family will receive a copy of the book The World According to Humphrey by Betty G. Birney. We are encouraging everyone in the Davis community to follow the same reading schedule each night and read along with your family’s copy of the book.

What is One Book, One School?

One School, One Book is a shared reading experience for the entire school. Each Davis family and classroom will receive a copy of the book, along with a reading calendar bookmark. We hope to get all families reading the same book at the same time. We aim to build a community of readers at our school.

What do I need to know?

  • On Monday, January 31, Mrs. Shaw will read chapter one to your student’s class. That day, the youngest or only child in each family will bring home a copy of the book and the reading schedule. Chapter 2 will be read that night.

  • While we encourage your family to read each night together at home, we know that this isn’t always possible. If you are not able to read as a family, the daily readings will be posted on the Davis One School, One Book website read by a different member of our staff. This provides students the opportunity to participate in the reading in the event that reading aloud as a family is difficult.

  • In school, your child will be invited to answer daily trivia questions to encourage active listening and participation. Those that participate in the trivia will have a chance to be entered into a raffle for a small prize.

  • A stuffed animal version of Humphrey will visit Davis and hide around the school for students to find.

We are looking forward to sharing this experience with our Davis families. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our LRC Director, Mrs. Bradley, melissa.bradley@d303.org.

Richmond Intermediate

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Valentines for Seniors

We encourage families to prepare Valentines at home for the the Senior Card Drive in the flyer below!! You are welcome to send them to school with your child by Thursday Feb 3rd and Davis and Richmond will mail them to Senator DeWitte's office.
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