In accordance with Board Policy IIAA (Educational Materials Acquisition and Evaluation), the recommended texts for K-12 Science and 6-12 Social Studies are on display in the Douglas High School Library. They will be available for two weeks for public review and comment.
Teams of teachers have reviewed multiple resources and those being recommended for adoption have undergone a thorough evaluation process, trials, and vendor presentations. Your comments are welcome as we consider the texts that will best support the learning of our Douglas students. Forms are available for your comments.
Community Library hours are: Monday – Wednesday 3:30-5:30 PM and Thursday 3:30-7:30 PM.
Please come, review these texts, and share your feedback with us.
If you have any questions, please contact Debi Caskey, Asst. Supt. @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
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K-2 Tip: Practice Rhyming: No matter where you might be, you can pick an object (single syllable best to start with) and ask your child to produce words that rhyme with that object. Example: Car- far, jar, bar.
3-5 Tips: We all know that our lives and schedules get very busy, therefore, if you are finding it difficult to read with your child daily, here are a few suggestions: Your child may read to a sibling, read to a stuffed animal, or read to a pet. Tongue twisters offer children a chance to engage in word play. Word play can stimulate students’ curiosity about language and help improve reading and vocabulary development. Below is a website with some examples of tongue twisters that you can practice reading at home with your child in order to engage in fun word learning. http://www.smart-words.org/tongue-twisters.html
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If you have a child who will be eligible for Kindergarten in the Fall of 2017, please watch our website and Facebook page for important dates relating to the registration and screening schedule. At this time, we don’t have those dates, but we want to give you plenty of time to get all of your documents ready. If you have any questions about the documents, please contact the Badger Clark office at 923-0080.
Eligibility for Kindergarten: Child must be age 5 on or before September 1, 2017.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: *Certified birth certificate - Hospital/physician certificates or passports cannot be accepted. *Immunization records *Proof of Residency – District Policy requires a signed rental/lease agreement, mortgage/homeownership papers, or EAFB housing letter as proof. If you cannot produce any of these documents, please call the Badger Clark office to discuss your situation. *Current Proof of Residency must be presented even if you have other children in the district. Utility bills or other mail cannot be accepted as proof. *Photo ID of parent/guardian REGISTRATION AND SCREENING CAN NOT BE COMPLETED WITHOUT THESE DOCUMENTS.
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On Monday night, the Douglas School District Board of Education approved a proposal to realign grades K-3. Starting in the next school year, Badger Clark and Francis Case will become a single elementary school with two wings each housing grades K-3. This is a time of great opportunity for our youngest learners, and also one of transition for our staff and students. The building principals, Mrs. Clark and Mr. Volesky, are creating a comprehensive plan for managing the transition that will include participation from all stakeholders. Priority will be given to maintaining balance in demographics (male / female, free and reduced lunch, IEPs, military, etc.) and families will be kept together in the same wing.
We will be sharing more information with all of our community members soon, but we wanted to let you know that there will be some changes coming and we thank everyone who shared their ideas and thoughts about this issue. It is one that has two clear sides, but now that the decision has been made, it is important for our students and staff that everyone look forward and move together toward doing even greater things for the students we serve.
We are committed to being transparent in the process. If you have any questions, please contact the Badger Clark and Francis Case principals or you can contact Mr. Kerr or Mrs. Caskey directly.
Thank you for your support of the students and staff of Douglas Schools.
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We have some important information to share regarding parking and traffic at Badger Clark, Carrousel, and Francis Case. Starting on Tuesday November 1, 2016 we will no longer allow pick up and drop off on the east (FC) and west (BC) ends of our buildings. These are utilized as staff parking lots. The main reason for this change is for the safety of the children. These are often areas that are not monitored in the after school hours. There are many vehicles and children moving in and out of these areas creating a dangerous environment for our students. We are asking that all parents use Don Williams Drive for all pick up and drop off procedures.
To assist with the flow and movement of traffic in the mornings, we allow parents to drop their students off in the three main crosswalks without pulling in and parking. All students should be dropped off directly in front of the building they attend. If you have students that attend both FC and BC, you may drop off students at Carrousel. There will always be crossing guards in these crosswalks to assist students in crossing safely. Please have your child(ren) ready to exit the car in a timely manner.
In the afternoons, please be prepared to park and meet your student(s) at a location that you have previously decided upon. There will be a crossing guard at the middle school bridge to assist with getting students across as well as keeping traffic moving.
We appreciate your help in following these traffic guidelines keeping all of our students safe. If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of our offices at 923-0070 (FC), 923-0090 (CA) or 923-0080 (BC).
Yours in Education,
Jeannie Clark Troy Volesky Joan Dunmire FC Principal BC Principal Director of Special Services
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The Box Elder / Douglas High School Community Library is open Sept. 6, 2016 – May 25, 2017 Hours: when school is in session Monday – Wednesday 3:30pm – 5:30pm Thursdays 3:30pm – 7:30pm Closed on Fridays
Every Tuesday when school is in session, from 3:30 - 5:30 pm., play board games and card games.
Oct. 27 from 6:00 - 7:15 pm. is finish that project night. Bring a craft project or even a good book. The coffee will be on!
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