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Davis School District Homework Policy

What You Should Know Before School Begins:

Classroom Assignment:
The school's primary responsibility is to "maximize" the potential of all students while providing, to the best of our abilities, for each student's individual needs. The school must focus on providing each student equal access to all school resources. Thus, our primary objective is to provide equity for all students by creating classes that are balanced in terms of numbers, sex, and ability. There are, however, unique situations when other factors (i.e. educational emotional, social) should be considered in determining a child's class placement. In most instances, these factors will be addressed by the teachers with the principal. Parents who strongly feel that their child has needs that may not otherwise be addressed in his/her placement, may write a letter to and meet with the principal by April 30.

The school follows the Utah State Office of Education "Core Curriculum" and the Davis County District's adopted courses of study (DESK). It also utilizes textbooks that appear on the Utah State Adoption List. It is our school policy to provide parents and students with a "Course Disclosure" at the beginning of the year, describing the concepts to be taught in each subject.

Books and Materials:
The school will provide textbooks and materials free of charge. Students are responsible for all books and materials taken from the school. The cooperation of parents in seeing that books and materials are returned to school would be appreciated. When students damage or lose books or other school property, parents will be expected to pay to have the items replaced.

What You Should Know When Registering Your Child(ren):

To be eligible to enter Kindergarten, a child must be at least five years of age on or before September 1 of the particular school year for which admission is sought.

Birth Certificates:
Whenever a child enters school in Davis District for the first time, regardless of age, the person enrolling the child should be advised that a certified copy of the birth certificate, or other reliable proof of the student's identity and age, together with an affidavit (a statement made under oath and notarized) explaining why the birth certificate cannot be provided, must be produced. The birth certificate is not required at the time of enrollment, but parents have until thirty (30) days after enrollment to produce the certificate.

Utah law requires that parents submit evidence that the child's immunization record is complete and up-to-date. Children will not be allowed to register without such evidence of immunization being provided. Exceptions are made for parents who object to the law on the basis of religion or for personal or health reasons. Parents must sign a form at the Health Department stating their reasons. In case of an epidemic, non-immunized children will remain home until the epidemic has passed.

Social Security Numbers:
Social security numbers are used for tracking student records and testing. The law allows schools to request social security numbers; however, disclosure is entirely voluntary. We ask for parents to provide their child's social security number for the above-mentioned purposes.

Disabilities Accommodation:
In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Davis School District and Eagle Bay Elementary will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. If you or your child is an individual with a disability needing an accommodation, please contact the principal or the District Compliance Officer: Steve Baker (402-5315) for parent or employee accommodation; or Ellen Stantus (402-5143) for student accommodations. (TDD hearing impaired 402-5358.)

Special Services:
The continuum of services include:
Special Ed ED/BD Unit
Functional Skills Class
Resource Learning Centers
Social Worker
Hearing Specialist
Speech and Language Specialist
School Nurse

LEP (Limited English Proficient) Services:
In compliance with the Equal Educational Opportunity Act of 1974 and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, it is District policy to provide alternative language services to Limited English Proficient (LEP) students so that students with language barriers have a meaningful opportunity to participate in the District's educational program. The District provides English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and other effective services to students who are identified as LEP by means of a thorough evaluation process. Parents or guardians who want to request alternative language services for their child should contact the school principal and Ginger Rhodes, District Director of Alternative Language services, at 402-5118.

Statement of Nondiscrimination:
It is the policy of the Davis County School District and Eagle Bay Elementary to provide equal educational and employment opportunity for all individuals. Therefore, the District and Eagle Bay Elementary prohibit all discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status. This policy extends to all aspects of the District's and Eagle Bay Elementary's educational programs as well as to the use of all District facilities and participation in all District-sponsored activities.

If A Problem Arises:

Grievance Procedures:
Complaints of discrimination should be filed with the individual's principal and with the District Compliance Officer according to the provisions of the Davis School District Grievance Procedures, copies of which are available from the principal. If the complaint is against the principal, the complaint may be filed directly with the Compliance Officer. The Compliance Officer, who has been designated to monitor and coordinate District compliance with Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and all other applicable State and Federal civil rights laws, may be reached at the following address and telephone number: Compliance Officer, Davis County School District, P.O. Box 588, 45 East State Street, Farmington, Utah, 84025, (801) 402-5258.

Complaints of discrimination must be reported as soon as possible, but not later than 90 days after the incident(s) in order to be effectively investigated and resolved.

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