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Thursday, July 28 - Heat restrictions - No outside activities 12:00PM - 8:00Pm

Thursday, July 28 - Heat restrictions - No outside activities 12:00PM - 8:00Pm

News From Around The District

Davie County Schools’ Announces Administrative Changes - Thursday, July 14, 2016

Davie County Schools’ Announces Administrative Changes for Cooleemee Elementary, William R. Davie Elementary and William Ellis Middle.  Samuel Brown has been named the new assistant principal for Cooleemee Elementary School. Brittany Head has been named the new assistant principal for William R. Davie Elementary School.  Alicia Holman will be transitioning from principal of William Ellis Middle School to become our Student Services Coordinator.  Click here to read more.

School Matters - Thursday, July 14, 2016

Brick Fundraiser,  State Adopts Budget in the 2016 Short Session, Administrative Changes, Give Five Read Five, STEM Pipeline Camp, Read to Achieve Camp, STEM Camp, Cornatzer Summer Camp,  and Construction Update.  Click here to read more.

School Matters - Friday, June 10, 2016

Arts Smart Festival,  Davie High School STEM School of Distinction, DHS Trumpet Choir - Arts Day with NC Legislators, DCS Retirees, UNC-G Award for Excellence, Terri Winchell, Dance Education, Davie County Early College Academic Excellence Award, CTE Recognition's - Automotive Technologies, HOSA, Medical Photography, FFA Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Goat Production Proficiency, Floraculture, Dairy Handlers, Staff Appointments - Cooleemee Elementary, Shady Grove Elementary, Pinebrook Elementary, Child Nutrition Summer Program, Give Five Read Five and Construction Update.  Click here to read more.

School Matters - Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Govenor McCrory Visits Pinebrook, William R. Daive Elementary School New Principal, Robotics Final Competition, Battle of the Books, Character Education Awards, Volunteers of the Year, Give Five Read Five, Central Dave Academy, Early College High School and Davie High School Graduations.  Click here to read more.

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