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Wednesday, November 22 - No School for Students / Annual Leave Day

Wednesday, November 22 - No School for Students / Annual Leave Day

2014 School Bond

Message from the Superintendent 

drawingNewDHr.pngThank you for visiting this site to learn more about the needs of Davie County Schools.  This site provides our community with a wealth of information related to the School Bond Referendum on May 6, 2014.  I encourage everyone to review this information and learn more about this significant need in our school system and community.  The Board of Education adopted this plan based on facts, information and sound advice from professional educators, architects, and engineers, and with input from hundreds of staff, students, parents and citizens across Davie County.

Our community has wrestled with high school facility issues for over a decade.  The voters in Davie County have opposed having two separate high schools in past bond elections.  The concerns of voters in the past and the wishes of the community today have been heard, and a solution for one high school to meet the needs of all students in our county is now up for a vote.  This solution for one new high school has never been voted on before, and is the most comprehensive, cost effective long-range plan that has ever been developed in Davie County.

I want to thank all of the people who have been a part of developing this solution to meet the needs of our students and teachers.  Working together, we will continue to solve problems in our community and provide a quality education for our children.  Our investments today will benefit the whole community for many generations, and allow us to better prepare a strong workforce for our future.  Finally, a wise, long-term investment in both students and teachers has been put on the table, a solution that can help our community heal and move forward in a positive direction.   

Thank you for your continued support of Davie County Schools, and for making an informed decision on May 6, 2014.

Warm regards,

Darrin