April is the “Month of the Military Child”, a time to honor our military
youth. As part of the celebration, April 15 has been designated as
“Purple Up for Military Kids Day!” Schools and communities statewide are
encouraged to wear purple as a visible way to show support and thanks to
our military youth for their strength and sacrifices.… Read the rest
Email difficulties that the district experienced between Friday, 3/14 and Thursday, 3/20 have been resolved. If you sent a message but are unsure that it was received, please do not hesitate to resend the email to staff.
We appreciate your patience while we resolved this problem.… Read the rest
The Douglas School District has been experiencing email problems since Friday, March 14th. Emails sent after that date may not have been received. Until further notice, if you need to contact your child’s school, please do so via phone. We apologize for any inconvenience, and more information will be posted to our website and Facebook as it becomes available.… Read the rest
Just completed your child’s parent/teacher conference? Now let us know what you think! You can find the link to our online survey here: Parent/Teacher Conference Survey. Please have your responses completed by March 1, 2014.… Read the rest
Courses are now available for Staff Development for the upcoming Spring 2014 semester… Read the rest
Give the gift of a pair of shoes. DHS yearbook is collecting used shoes for the Shoebox Recycling Program. The shoes go to people all over the world and we keep used shoes out of our landfill. Deposit your used shoes in the collection box in the front lobby.
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The School Board has officially amended the 2013-2014 calendar that changes Feb 17, 2014 from a paid holiday to a school day.… Read the rest
The Community Library is open to the Douglas School District and Box Elder community. Our hours are 3:30 pm-5:30 pm Monday through Friday on days that school is in session. In addition to books and magazines for all ages, we have computers available to the public, two daily newspapers, access to the state-offered databases, reference services, and scanning, printing and copy services.… Read the rest