Davisburg Dateline

11/11/2022

Kott's Korner

Wow, what a wonderful Book Fair we had this week! It’s great to see the students so excited about getting new books. A huge thank you to our Davisburg PTC and the volunteers that make this a successful event.


Thank you to the families that were able to join us for our Veterans Day Assembly! Again this year, our assembly included the Presentation of Colors, singing Patriotic songs and personally thanking the Veterans in attendance for their service. Thank you to Mrs. Manning for arranging this wonderful experience for our students and our community.


Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have about upcoming events. I appreciate being part of your child’s educational team.


Truly,


Denise Kott

ATTENDANCE LINE - 248-328-3514

Please call the attendance line when your student will not be at school.

  • 11/14 Board of Education meeting 7pm
  • 11/15 PTC meeting 7pm
  • 11/23 Trimester ends
  • 11/23 Noon dismissal
  • 11/24-25 Thanksgiving break
  • 11/28 school resumes

Bus Route Cancellation Schedule

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Dismissal Changes

We understand that daily routines may need adjustments at times, however, if you have a change to your students plan a note must be sent in to your students teacher or contact made to the school office at 248-328-3500 by 3:30 p.m.. Messages received after 3:30 can not be guaranteed to reach the student. This applies to all students regardless of grade level. Please remember your students teacher may not be able to check emails or class communication platforms throughout the or they may not be at work, so calling the office to make changes is necessary.

Free/Reduced Lunch Applications

If you have not already filled out an application, but need to, please follow the link below. If you qualify your device insurance will be free.


Food Service

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Leader in Me

The Leader in Me Section: Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood


Seeking first to understand, then to be understood means to listen before you talk. By listening first, we learn more about others and can better know how they see the world. When we really listen, we make eye contact and focus on what the other person is saying. This is a difficult habit for all of us, not just children. To learn more about Habit 5, see the links below. (Thank you for the ideas College Street Elementary!)


Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood Link

Parent Guide Link