Davis County Schools have cancelled all events and activities for Saturday, January 18. Reminder that school will be in-session on Monday, January 20.
Davis County School have cancelled classes for Friday, January 17. All evening activities are cancelled. Activities for Saturday are yet to be determined. Stay tuned for more information.
Davis County Schools will be dismissing classes at 12:30 on Friday, January 17. Buses will be running on hard surfaces only, before and after school. All evening activities for Friday have been cancelled. Activities for Saturday are yet to be determined. Stay tuned for more information. For an updated map of our hard surface bus routes, please visit our website.
Due to hazardous road conditions in the northern portion of the county, Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only for the rest of this week - Thursday, January 16 and Friday, January 17. Please visit our website for an updated map of our hard surface bus routes.
Due to today's school cancellation (Wednesday, January 15), all practices and evening activities are cancelled for tonight. Additionally, school will now be in-session on Monday, January 20 as it is a planned school make-up day. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Wednesday, January 15 - Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for today due to hazardous road conditions.
Due to road conditions, Davis County Schools will be running on a two-hour delay schedule on Wednesday, January 15.
Davis County Schools will be returning to regular bus routes on Wednesday, January 15.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only, before and after school, on Tuesday, January 14. A map of our hard surface routes can be found on our website. Stay tuned for daily updates!
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only, before and after school, on Monday, January 13. A map of our hard surface routes can be found on our website. Classes will be running on time.
Friday, January 10 - Due to incoming weather, Davis County Schools will be dismissing classes at 1:00 today. All after school practices are voluntary. Activities schedule for Friday evening and Saturday are cancelled.
IMPORTANT CALENDAR CHANGE: Please note that the district Professional Development day scheduled for Monday, April 27 has been changed to Monday, April 20. We are making this change in order to provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to our high school students. As part of his 99-county Roots & Wings Tour, Simon Estes - world-renowned opera singer and Centerville, Iowa native -- will be working with students from Davis County High School and Van Buren High School. A concert at Davis County High School is planned for Sunday, April 26 at 2:00 pm. On Monday, April 27, Mr. Estes will spend time with high school students talking about his own experiences in overcoming poverty and racial discrimination.
Hey There Seniors! Take some time over winter break to finish up any December scholarships and get a jump start on opportunities due in January. List of scholarships due in January (in addition to the scholarships listed on www.dcmustangs.com!) in order of deadline: January 3, 2020 – GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship - https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-foundation-scholarship-program/ January 6, 2020 – Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship - https://www.gfoa.org/about-gfoa/student-opportunities/gfoa-scholarships-full-and-part-time-students January 9, 2020 – The Ron Brown Scholarship - https://www.ronbrown.org/ January 10, 2020 – ISCA High School Senior Scholarship - http://www.iowaschoolcounselors.org/ISCAscholarship January 15, 2020 – Margaret McNamara Memorial Scholarship - http://www.mmeg.org/apply/ January 15, 2020 – UNI First Generation Scholarships - https://finaid.uni.edu/ January 24, 2020 – US JCI Senate Foundation Scholarship - http://www.usjcisenate.org/index.php/programs/scholarship January 27, 2020 – Point Foundation Scholarship - https://pointfoundation.org/thepoint/mission/ January 31, 2020 – Byers Environmental Scholarship - https://keepiowabeautiful.org/ January 31, 2020 – Elks Legacy Scholarship - https://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/legacy.cfm January 31, 2020 – Hamilton Relay Scholarship - https://hamiltonrelay.com/
Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) individual student results are being sent home today with students. Please be watching for these!
Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Washington DC Youth Tour sponsored by CMTel. This is a wonderful opportunity for students aged 16 & older. Applications available at the high school office or may be downloaded from the high school page on www.dcmustangs.com.
SENIORS! Let the Thanksgiving holiday weekend give you time to get started on scholarships. List of scholarships due in December in order of deadline: December 1 – Dell Scholars Program - https://www.dellscholars.org/scholarship/ December 1 – Society of Women Engineers - https://swe.org/scholarships/ December 5 – Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship - https://www.womentechmakers.com/scholars December 13 – Worth It Scholarship - https://learnmore.scholarsapply.org/worthit/ December 15 – AXA Achievement Community Scholarship - https://us.axa.com/axa-Defoundation/about.html December 15 – Burger King Scholars Program - https://bkmclamorefoundation.org/who-we-are/programs/burger-king-scholars-program/ December 15 – HotelsCheap Scholarship Program - http://www.hotelscheap.org/scholarship/ December 31 – BluePay STEM Scholarship - https://www.bluepay.com/company/scholarship/ December 31 – College Raptor Scholarship Program - https://www.collegeraptor.com/2500scholarship/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2500-scholarship-june18&utm_term=organic&utm_content=WV1 December 31 – E. Wayne Cooley Scholarship - https://forms.ighsau.org/aspx/cooley_award.aspx December 31 – HeadsetPlus.com Annual Scholarship - https://headsetplus.com/blog/1000-headsetplus-com-2019-college-scholarship/ December 31 – OppU Achievers Scholarship - https://www.opploans.com/scholarship/ December 31 – UNIGO – 10 Things You Love About You - https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/our-scholarships/top-ten-list-scholarship?utm_source=Unigo+Members&utm_campaign=9859dfd20e-EMAIL_ourscholarship_2018_12_11_counselor&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7902ca422c-9859dfd20e-175185361&mc_cid=9859dfd20e&mc_eid=d2933a2c91 December 31 – 2020 United Water Restoration Group - https://unitedwaterrestoration.com/scholarship/
There are several new scholarships posted on the Davis County High School page on www.dcmustangs.com... click "Menu" then "Scholarships" to check out the latest information!
Monday, November 11, 2019, Davis County Schools will be running on a two-hour delay schedule today. All early morning activities are cancelled for today.
SENIORS! Check out the new scholarships posted on the High School page of www.dcmustangs.com...click "Scholarships" under the Menu tab for the latest info!
Davis County Schools will be running on a two-hour delay schedule today, Thursday, October 31. All early morning activities are cancelled for today.
Friday, October 25th will be our last home Varsity Football game. It will also be our Senior Night for Football, Cheer, Cross Country, Band and Color Guard. The introductions will be split up this year throughout the game and will be as follows: *Pre-Game we will introduce Football and Cheer. Parents of FB and Cheer students will need to be there by 6:15. *End of the 1st Quarter we will introduce Cross Country. *Half-time we will introduce Band and Color Guard. We ask that students/parents be lined up in alphabetical order on the track in front of the bleachers. The Rah Rah Rookies will be performing at the beginning of the half-time show. The Cattleman's will be grilling hamburgers and hotdogs. We will have plenty of hot chocolate and coffee to keep us warm! It will be a busy but fun evening! Come and cheer the Mustangs on!
This Wednesday night, October 23rd, will be the first round of regional High School Volleyball. We play Centerville beginning at 7:00 pm. Admission will be $6.00. Adult or student passes will NOT be accepted. Come out and support our Lady Mustangs!
SENIORS! The Hagan Scholarship is a nationwide need-based merit scholarship. Deadline is November 15th & you must have your FAFSA completed before applying. Application is available at https://haganscholarships.org/application/
SENIORS! Students interested in attending Iowa State University may apply for the Christina Hixson Opportunity Award Scholarship. Deadline is December 15 & you must have your FAFSA completed by December 1st. Application is available at https://apps-dso.sws.iastate.edu/scholarship/hixson/app.
Coronation will take place at 7:45 tonight in the High School Gymnasium.
The HS/MS Cross Country Meet scheduled for tonight in Chariton has been cancelled due to the weather.
Davis County High School fully supports the following statement issued and delivered to high school students today. We encourage parents to support and uphold these expectations as well. 2019 Homecoming Statement The Bloomfield Police Department and Davis County School District have received several complaints already this week in regard to homecoming activities. These complaints include loud noise, trespassing, theft, and more. As a school district and police department we support students enjoying their time and wanting to be involved with activities outside of school. Unfortunately, this year already, it appears as if the student body is taking the fun too far and several activities are becoming criminal in nature. Safety has to be at the forefront of everyone’s actions and the student body is ignoring this, which has been witnessed by several community members and law enforcement officers. The student body has been told by the school staff and also reminded by the school staff of the expectations. Many students have also been reminded by law enforcement of the expectations. It is clear to the police department and school district that these expectations are being ignored. This leaves us no choice other than to suspend all teepeeing activities until Thursday evening. On Thursday evening the teepeeing will end at 10:30pm. If you are seen teepeeing today or Wednesday you will be issued a citation. If a student is issued a citation the school district will also follow through with the disciplinary action within our Good Conduct Policy. This goes into effect immediately and there will be zero tolerance. We understand that most of the student body was probably following the rules laid out for them, but there are some that aren’t and this has affected everyone. On Thursday you will be given another opportunity to show that you can have fun in a safe and responsible way. The results of Thursday evening will have a big say in how homecoming will be handled next year. The following are the rules that will be set forth to ensure safety of everyone. No riding in the bed of pick-ups or on the running boards. You only teepee residences that you have permission from. You will NOT be making loud and unnecessary noise while community members are trying to sleep. All trash will be picked up including the toilet paper packaging You will not be damaging, moving, or stealing anyone else’s property. You will be following all appropriate traffic laws and driving in a safe manner. If anyone has any information on the stolen campaign signs, stolen traffic cones, or any vehicles being broken into please call the police department at 641-664-2700.
The First Annual Iowa High School Tech Summit was held in Des Moines on September 30. This interactive learning experience was designed to connect students with technology careers in Iowa. Davis County High School students Jeffrey Stevens, Clayton Garmon, Jack Ball and Beau Small visit with Eddie Etsey, Director of Sports & Information Technology at University of Iowa Athletics during a break.
Reminder: ALICE parent meeting tonight (Thursday, October 3) at 6:30PM in the Middle School Commons. All parents welcome!
SENIORS! The Future Ready Iowa Last-Dollar Scholarship if for students planning to earn a certificate, diploma or associate degree in a high-demand job/field/trade. Just fill out the FAFSA & you are automatically applied. See link for more information: https://www.iowacollegeaid.gov/LastDollar
This Friday night our DCHS Football team will be traveling to EBF and they wanted to make sure that our fans were aware of their activities that night. This Friday night will be our pink out/senior night game vs. Davis County starting at 7pm. We encourage everyone to wear pink as a reminder of those who have or are courageously battling cancer.
Tonight's Cross Country meet at Chariton has been postponed due to unsafe course conditions because of the wet weather. It will now be on Thursday, October 10th at 4:30.
Seniors & Senior Parents! The 2020-21 Iowa Financial Aid Application is available on the Iowa College Aid website (www.iowacollegeaid.gov), or directly at https://icaps.iowacollegeaid.gov/ICAPS/ApplicationProcess/ApplicationMainPage.aspx
SILVER CORD OPPORTUNITY! Mari Melvin with the NEST program at the Iowa State Extension office is in need of 2-3 students (preferably 18 years or older) willing to babysit on Wednesday 5:45-7:15 pm. Call Mari at 641-242-2029 if interested.
SILVER CORD OPPORTUNITY! Davis County Fine Arts is looking for 3-4 students willing to help organize the costume room at the Iowa Theater. Please contact Tricia Stremler @ 208-6721 or at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
The JV game vs. Williamsburg has been cancelled for tonight. There will also be no JV practice for tonight.
The parent meeting about ALICE training will not take place tomorrow (Monday) night. It has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 3 at 6:30PM in the Middle School Commons.
In an effort to help the city conserve energy due to recent power issues, the school will not be running air conditioners on Monday. Because of our effort and the high temperatures expected, Davis County Schools will be dismissing at 12:30 on Monday, September 30. Activity practices will be held immediately after school and activity buses will leave the middle school at 2:35 and the high school at 2:40pm. A decision for the JV football game tomorrow night has yet to be made. Please check our website and Facebook page as an update will be made as soon as possible.
ATTENTION PARENTS: We will be holding a parent informational meeting on Monday September 30, 6:30p.m. at the middle school. Josh O'Dell, from the Davis County Sheriff's Department, will be sharing information and answering any questions you may have about the upcoming A.L.I.C.E. training for our students. We encourage everyone to attend. We hope to see you there!
Tonight's JV Football game has been canceled in Williamsburg. It has been rescheduled for Monday, September 30th at 6 pm in Williamsburg.
Students of all ages are encouraged to visit the annual Golden Circle College and Career Fair. Whether you're a freshman or sophomore just starting to explore career options, or a junior or senior narrowing your list of college choices, Golden Circle College & Career Fair is the perfect opportunity for you to gather knowledge, make connections, and begin to make informed decisions about your future. https://www.icansucceed.org/about-ican/services/special-events/golden-circle-college-and-career-fair
Tonight's JV Football game vs. Pekin has been cancelled due to the rain over the weekend.
Due to the strong potential of storms at the start of tonight's HS/MS Cross Country Invitational it has been cancelled.
There has been a change in the HS Volleyball schedule. Our 9th grade team will play a round robin in Eddyville on Monday, September 16th. They will play 3 games with the first game beginning at 5:00.
SENIORS! If you are going to college next year, the FAFSA becomes available on October 1st. This is an important step in the financial aid process that gives you access to federal student loans, grants, and work-study opportunities. If you have questions about paying for college, or would like free help filing your FAFSA, you can visit the Iowa College Access Network website @ www.ICANsucceed.org to schedule an appointment, or call their toll free number, 877-272-4692 to talk to an advisor. Stay on top of the process, and file your FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1st!
DCHS Seniors & Parents...check out the ICAN's Tip of Week for information about when to start thinking about college applications and financial aid...see link for video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq-3ajhh9pU
Davis County High School students will be issued computers this year that they will be able to take home with them at the end of each day. In order to provide this service to our students, there will be a mandatory parent meeting that at least one parent will need to attend WITH their student. The schedule for these meetings is as follows: September 3rd: Juniors and Seniors September 4th: Freshmen and Sophomores September 9th: Make-up for those who were unable to attend the first meeting All of the above meetings will be held at 6pm in the high school cafeteria. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the high school office at 641-664-2200 ext 1132.
Silver Cord Opportunity! Davis County Day Care is looking for 6-7 high school students to help with face painting and running games at their carnival from 3-8 pm on Saturday, August 24th. Contact Marcy at 641-208-7286 if interested.
2019 DCHS yearbooks are in! You can pick yours up in Mrs. Mason's room on Tuesday (8/13)or Wednesday (8/14) between 12:00-3:00. Otherwise, they will be handed out during the first week of school.
eRegistration is now open for the 2019-2020 school year! Please login to your PowerSchool Parent Portal to complete registration. If you would like assistance or have any questions about registration, please attend Registration Day on Monday, August 5, 2019 11:00AM - 7:00PM in the High School Media Center. We will have computers available and staff ready to help!
The baseball make-up game for the rain-out (6.21.19) vs. Keokuk will be Wednesday, June 26th at 5:30 in Keokuk. The boys bus will depart at 3:10 for Keokuk.
Tonight's Mustang Baseball Game at Keokuk has been cancelled due the weather.
The MS Softball vs. Centerville game scheduled for this morning has been cancelled due to impending weather.
Due to the rain the baseball game for tonight at Mt. Pleasant is cancelled. We are going to try and reschedule this game.
Tonight's JV/Varsity Softball game vs. Cardinal is cancelled due to the weather. It has been rescheduled to July 2nd at 5:30.
Baseball for tonight is cancelled due to the recent rains, The baseball field is in need of several days of sunshine and no rain.
Baseball vs. Central Lee has been cancelled tonight due to wet conditions. We are going to try and reschedule this game at a later date.
Davis County Schools will have a two hour delay on Wednesday, May 29, 2019 due to road closures caused by heavy rain.
Here is the latest schedule for SB and BB: Thursday, June 6th 4:30 9/JV/V SB vs. Albia (M/U from 5.24) 5:00 JV/V BB vs. Albia (M/U from 5.24) Wednesday, June 12th 4:30 9/JV/V SB @ Clarke (M/U from 5.28) 5:30 JV/V BB @ Clarke (M/U from 5.28)
Due to the wet conditions, again, SB and BB games scheduled to be played at Clarke tonight have been cancelled. We are working on a reschedule date TBD.
The DC Classic that was scheduled to be played Saturday, May 25th, at Van Buren has been cancelled due to the wet weather conditions.
The DC Classic Baseball Tournament scheduled for Saturday, May 25th, has been moved to Keosauqua at the West Sports Complex. The tentative schedule is as follows: DC and Fairfield will play game one at 10:00, Fairfield and Van Buren will play game two at 12:30 and DC and Van Buren will play game three at 3:00. This of course barring mother nature cooperates!
The Softball and Baseball Games that were scheduled for tonight have been postponed until June 12th due to weather.
***Parents*** There are some changes to the ballgames tonight at Centerville. Due to forecasted rains at 7pm, we are switching our rotations for tonight's SB and BB Games Softball will be as follows - 9th 4:30, Varsity 5:30, JV 7:30 Baseball will be as follows - Varsity 5:30 followed by JV
Tonight's Softball and Baseball games are cancelled due to the rain. We tentatively have them rescheduled for June 4th.
There will be an 8th grade informational meeting on Wednesday, May 29th in the High School commons at 5:30 pm for next year's Freshmen. This will be a meeting discussing a four year plan which will include scheduling questions. There will also be a Freshmen Orientation later in August and we will announce that date when it gets closer. Hope to see you there! If you have questions, please feel free to call the high school office at 641-664-2200 ext 1132.
Davis County Little League is looking for students to work concessions at the city tournament this Saturday, May 18th. These hours may be used for Silver Cord. Call Stacie Garrett at 641-208-5434 if interested!
Graduation is right around the corner! Here are some important dates and times to remember for the week ahead: May 15th: Senior's last day Senior Awards Night - 7pm HS gym (please report before 7 pm wearing nice clothes) May 16th: Graduation Ceremony PRACTICE - 10 a.m. HS Gym May 16th: Senior Picnic - 11:00 a.m. ish (wear senior t-shirt) May 19th: Graduation Commencement Ceremony - 2pm (football field OR HS gym) Please call 664-5000 after 10 am. on the 19th to find out if it will be indoors or outdoors. We want to wish all seniors and their parents a happy last week of school! Enjoy every moment!
Boys/Girls SCC Track meet has been postponed to Friday, May 10th at 4:00 due to the poor weather conditions.
Don't miss out!! High School yearbooks are available for purchase online through May 24th at jostensyearbooks.com. They can be ordered directly through yearbook adviser Brooke Mason through May 28th. You can reach her at email@example.com.
Wanted: We are in search of a couple of people who would be willing to volunteer as a public address announcer and a scoreboard operator for the all of the boys home baseball games. If you are interested please contact Kent Anderson at DCHS 641-664-2200 ext. 1190
Girls Tennis SCC Conference Game scheduled for today has been postponed until Thursday, May 9th. The tennis match that was to be played on Thursday in Mount Pleasant has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.
The Davis County Hospital will be providing free sports physicals this summer on July 23rd. Pre-registration is required. Please click on this link for more information! https://www.facebook.com/events/848686182134317/
There will be a brief informational HS girl's softball meeting on Wednesday, May 1st immediately after school in Mr. Rasmussen's room, room #208 in the HS.
Boys and Girls Golf at Moravia has been cancelled for today due to the weather.
With Baseball season quickly arriving follow the link to get your 2019 Baseball apparel. https://daviscobaseball.itemorder.com/
On June 23rd our DC Baseball team will be traveling to St. Louis, MO to play at Busch Stadium, the home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This will be an amateur game between the Davis County Mustangs and the Fairfield Trojans. They should play after the 1:15pm game of St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Angels. The MLB game could be picked up by ESPN for Sunday night baseball. If this happens then the amateur game will be played in the morning and the MLB game will be at 7pm. We have tickets on sale now for a discounted price of $45 per ticket. These tickets retail for $58-$63. Please contact a Davis County Mustang Baseball player or the Davis County Activities office to purchase tickets.
The Boys Track Meet that was scheduled on Tuesday, April 23rd at Mediapolis has been cancelled.
Mustang Pride Day is being moved to Tuesday, April 16th! You read that correctly, tomorrow it is! We are doing this because the weather is predicting a gorgeous day for tomorrow, and we would like to take advantage of that! We would like to remind our students to dress appropriately for working conditions. We are encouraging our students to bring along any rakes that they have to help out. Also, make sure to bring drinking water for yourselves! High School students will be dismissed at 12:30 tomorrow. Buses are running on normal schedules in the afternoon, so students need to make appropriate arrangements for the afternoon. Students are not allowed to loiter at any of the three schools once they are dismissed, so please make sure rides are lined up. Davis County High School can't wait to get out and help our community! Honk and wave if you see us out and about tomorrow!
There have been a few changes to tonight's HS B/G Tennis schedules. They are as follows: Boys Tennis has now been changed to a Varsity ONLY match vs. Centerville at home beginning at 7:00 pm. Girls Tennis vs. Centerville @ Centerville has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 16th.
While it may be too late for college-bound seniors to apply for most college scholarships, it’s not too late to enter the College Funding Forecaster giveaway! After estimating total college cost over four undergraduate years using the College Funding Forecaster online tool, users can enter their information for a drawing for 10 $1,000 awards to be paid to the student’s college next fall. Families with college-bound seniors are encouraged to visit www.IowaStudentLoan.org/CollegeCosts to learn more and enter. Seniors who complete, or whose parent or guardian completes, the College Funding Forecaster by April 30, 2019, are able to enter.
Join ICAN for the live webinar "Paying for College: Understanding the Financial Aid Process" on Mon., May 8th from 5-6 pm. Ideal for junior students and their families https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7975022115676078861
Tonight at the Dennis Anderson Relays we will be recognizing our seniors beginning at 4:20. We will have our parents meet in front of the grand stands on the track at 4:15.
Caci Brus, 3 days ago The high school will take the ISASP test Monday, April 1, Tuesday, April 2, and Wednesday, April 3. All 9th through 11th grade students must arrive by 8 AM in order to take the assessment. Normal class will begin at 10:15 AM and we will follow the 2 hour late start schedule for the remainder of those days. Seniors will not need to attend until 10:15 on those days, as they are not required to take the ISASP. Class will start with first hour beginning at 10:15 AM. If you have any questions at all, feel free to contact the high school office at 641-664-2200 ext 1132
SENIORS! Dollars for Scholars is due the end of this month! Application available here...https://daviscounty.dollarsforscholars.org/index.php?section=chapterWebsite&action=main&fwID=1733 Help sheet available here...https://5il.co/6zft
Our robotics team, DC Current, is competing in Cedar Falls in the Iowa Regional Robotics Competition today and tomorrow! Follow along at the link provided and cheer them on! Attached is also a schedule of events. The DC Current competition number is 6889. Good luck DC Current! https://www.thebluealliance.com/gameday#chat=hidden&layout=0&view_0=2019iacf-0
Davis County High School is proud to announce the annual Mustang Pride Day will be held April 17, 2019 with a rain date of April 24, 2019. This day is dedicated to the students of the high school giving back to Davis County by washing, raking, painting and the general cleaning-up of Bloomfield and the surrounding county communities. If you have projects that you would like/need done, please contact Caci Brus at 664-2200, extension 1132 by Wednesday, April 3, 2019.
SENIORS!! Anne Morgan from Davis County Dollars for Scholars will be available in the high school computer lab on Monday, March 18th during 5th hour for questions or help with the DFS application process.
Congratulations to our students that represented Davis County at the State Individual Speech competition on Saturday! Out of 16 entries, DC has seven entries that qualify for All State! We had three students with an overall score of 1: Clayton Garmon in Spontaneous Speaking, Kassidy Stremler in Prose, and Kolton Stremler in Acting. Four students walked away with superior ratings from all three judges: Megan Swan in Storytelling, Kolton Stremler in Poetry, Jaryn Froah in Original Oratory, and Kassidy Stremler in Literature Program. Great job to all that participated!
Tired of the winter blues.....come out tomorrow night and join us in the High School Commons for Notes of Sweetness! You will will be wowed by our High School and Middle Jazz Bands while snacking on some delicious sweet treats! All the fun will begin at 7:00 pm.
Silver Cord Opportunity!! Students interested in volunteering to help run games at the Elementary school carnival on March 1st from 5:00 to 8:00 can contact Jessica Glosser at 641-799-8333.
Wednesday, February 20 – The Scholarship Process: A Guide for Seniors - 5:30 pm Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/regist…/7605688463252694539 Scholarships are an important part of the financial aid process and can make a big difference for students when it comes to picking the school they attend. Where to look for scholarships, standard application expectations, how to write essays, and how to improve your applications will be addressed.
Due to impending weather, Davis County Schools will be running on a two-hour delay schedule and Hard Surface Routes only on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. Please visit our website for our Hard Surface Routes Map.
Friday, February 15, 2019 Davis County Schools will be running buses on regular routes and school will be on time!
Davis County Schools will run buses on Hard Surface Routes only for Thursday, February 14, 2019. Here is a link to our Hard Surface Routes map https://5il.co/6f6x.
Davis County Schools will run buses on Hard Surface Routes only for Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Here is a link to our Hard Surface Routes map https://5il.co/6f6x.
Due to weather, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for Tuesday, February 12, 2019.
**Update on tomorrow night's game** The DC vs. Van Buren game will begin at 6:30 in Albia, NOT 7:00 as originally posted.
We would like to congratulate our DC Wrestlers. We had 6 compete at the district level and Taylor Huggins made it to state. He will be competing at Wells Fargo Arena this Thursday, February 14th. Congratulations to all! Way to go Taylor!!
Davis County Schools will run buses on Hard Surface Routes only for Monday, February 11, 2019. Here is a link to our Hard Surface Routes map https://5il.co/6f6x.
Due to weather and poor road conditions, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for Friday, February 8, 2019. A decision on activities will be made tomorrow (Friday).
Due to weather, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for today, Thursday, February 7, 2019.
Davis County Schools will have a two-hour delay and run buses on Hard Surface Routes only for Thursday, February 7, 2019. Here is a link to our Hard Surface Routes map https://5il.co/6f6x, please note it has been recently updated.
Due to weather conditions, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for Wednesday, February 6, 2019.
Due to predicted weather, Davis County Schools will be dismissing classes at 1:00 today, Tuesday, February 5, 2019.
Due to extreme temperatures, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for Thursday, January 31.
Davis County Schools will have no after school and evening activities on Tuesday, January 29. Wednesday, January 30, classes are cancelled and building facilities are closed. Thursday, January 31, classes will be running on a two-hour delay schedule.
Due to poor road conditions, Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surface routes only all week; Tuesday, January 29 through Friday, February 1. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
Tonight's games at Clarke will be played in the respective buildings. Girls JV/Varsity and Boys Varsity will be played at the High School. Boys JV2/JV1 will be played at the Middle School.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only Thursday, January 24 and Friday, January 25. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
The campus visits to ISU and Simpson College have been canceled for Thursday, January 24. We WILL reschedule this trip for a later date.
Due to weather, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for today, Wednesday, January 23, 2019.
Davis County Schools will have a two-hour delay on Wednesday, January 23, 2019. Buses will still run on hard surfaces only.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only on Wednesday, January 23, 2019. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
Are you interested in becoming a substitute teacher? Great Prairie AEA is offering a certification course in Albia. The course will meet 3 consecutive Saturdays, beginning February 16. Iowa law allows an individual who holds a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution to substitute in grades K-12 for no more than five consecutive days in one job assignment. An individual who holds a Para educator certificate and completes this course is authorized to substitute only in the special education classroom in which the individual Para educator is employed. Use this link #160422 GP - Substitute Authorization Grades Pk-12 https://tinyurl.com/yatweoum to find more information or to register.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only on Monday, January 21, 2019. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
All activities have been cancelled and district facilities will be closed Friday, January 18 and Saturday, January 19.
Due to the impending weather conditions and for the safety of our students, Davis County Schools will be dismissing classes at 1:00 today, Friday, January 18, 2019.
We have a couple changes for activities tonight due to more weather moving in tomorrow. G/BBB 9th Game vs. Pekin has been cancelled for tonight. G/BBB JV2/JV1/Varsity vs. Knoxville will be played tonight beginning at 5:00 in Knoxville. Students will be dismissed at 2:30.
Dear Davis County, Please know we decided to cancel school today instead delaying because weather and road conditions would not improve enough in time to run buses this morning. NOAA weather reports show that temperatures will improve enough this afternoon to allow us to host the high school bowling meet and high school basketball games this evening as scheduled. We will also allow high school programs to practice if they chose to do so, but will not require students to attend if they or their parents are not comfortable being on the roads. All middle school events and practices however are cancelled today. Sincerely, Dan Maeder, Superintendent
Due to dangerous road conditions, Davis County Schools have cancelled classes for today, Tuesday, January 15, 2019.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only again on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
Davis County Schools will be running buses on hard surfaces only for tomorrow, Monday, January 14, 2019. Here is the link to our Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y.
Due to the impending weather, the Bowling meet that was scheduled against Sigourney for Saturday, January 12th has been cancelled.
Seniors! Scholarships are available & due...please check "Scholarships" under "Menu" on the High School page @ www.dcmustangs.com
Tonight's HS Wrestling Meet will begin at 5:30. This is a change from 6:00.
Due to weather conditions, Davis County Schools will have a two-hour delay today, Friday, November 30.
Silver Cord Opportunity!! First Resources in Bloomfield is looking for students who would be willing to provide music to their residents. Please contact Sherri White at 664-1907 if interested!!
Davis County buses will return to regular routes and regular times tomorrow, Thursday November 29.
Davis County will be running on hard surface routes only tomorrow, Wednesday November 28. This is due to the extreme amount of snowfall in many areas throughout the district. We understand the difficulty this decision places on many families and thank you for your patience and understanding that helps us ensure safe travel for all students to and from school. Sincerely, Dan Maeder, Superintendent Here is the link for the updated Hard Surface Routes Map - https://5il.co/5p9y
Davis County will be running on hard surface routes only tomorrow, Tuesday November 27. This is due to the extreme amount of snowfall in many areas throughout the district. We understand the difficulty this decision places on many families and thank you for your patience and understanding that helps us ensure safe travel for all students to and from school. Sincerely, Dan Maeder, Superintendent
Davis County professional development scheduled for tomorrow, November 26, will be postponed and rescheduled for a future date to be determined.
Today is the last day to get a high school yearbook for $40! The price increases to $45 starting tomorrow. You can order at jostensyearbooks.com.
Join us for Winter Meet the Mustangs this Friday, November 16th, sponsored by the DC Athletic Club! Starting at 5:30 we will be having a $5 meal sponsored by the Cattleman's Association! Introduction of Winter sports teams will begin at 6:30 and include: 7th - 12th Boys & Girls Basketball, 7th - 12th Wrestling, Bowling, Color Guard, Band and Cheerleaders!
SILVER CORD OPPORTUNITY! Bloomfield Main Street will be sponsoring a 5K race on Sat., Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. Volunteers are needed along the route to make sure that the runners/walkers make turns correctly. If interested, please contact Jen Cronin @ 616-610-2546.
Picture retake day for the Elementary, Middle and High School is set for Friday, November 16th. They will begin the retakes at the Elementary School first thing in the morning, and work their way up to the high school to finish. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact your child's school!
The FAFSA is the first step in the financial aid process for seniors and the form is available NOW at www.fafsa.gov. You will need to use tax information (you AND your parents') from 2017 to file. There will be help available 1-5 pm on 11/1 during P/T conf in the HS Computer Lab
October 17th's Driver's Ed meeting will be held from 5-6pm only. The instructors will release the students early so they can attend the 3A Regional Volleyball meet if they wish to.
High School Parents - Please check your email today for a message regarding our ALICE drill next week.
Freshmen, sophomores, juniors & seniors! Create a raise.me account at https://www.raise.me/join/6961361166. You can earn money for college with your high school grades, attendance and school participation!
Southern Iowa Mental Health will be providing FREE depression screenings on Thurs., Oct. 11th from 11:30 am-3:30 pm for youth 14 yrs and older in the Community Room of the 1527 Albia Road, Ottumwa, IA facility. No insurance or appointment is needed, but a parent must be present.
Because of weather, tonight's Football game at Albia has been moved up to 6:00 pm. FB boys will pull out at 3:30.