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Construction on the new Oak Grove High School is well underway! Projected to open for the 2017-2018 school year, Oak Grove High School will alleviate overcrowding at North Davidson and Ledford High Schools. For more information about Oak Grove High School click here. To read the Dispatch article about Oak Grove High click here.


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Board of Education Meeting - Rescheduled Jan 17
Board of Education Meeting - Rescheduled Jan 17
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Early College Receives Recognition One of the Best in the US!

"One of America's Best High Schools" by U.S. News and World Report, Davidson Early College High School received a bronze medal based on academic and enrollment data, proficiency rate and the overall curriculum. 

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Credit by Demonstrated Mastery (CDM) is the process by which schools, based on a body of evidence, can award student credit in a particular course without requiring the student to complete the classroom instruction for a certain amount of seat time.
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South Davidson Middle School NC State Robotics Award

SDMS Robotics Team

The Robotics team from South Davidson Middle School competed in the NC State Robotics Qualifying Tournament at Walkertown High School on Saturday, December 10th 2016. They competed against 34 Robotics teams from all across North Carolina. The South Davidson Middle School team brought home the 1st Place Programming Award. This is one of the top awards presented at this particular competition and is one of the most technical awards that the NC State Robotics organization presents to robotics teams.                  ________________________________

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The mission of Davidson County Schools is...

  • to empower students to achieve high academic goals.
  • to challenge educators to attain high professional standards.

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The vision of Davidson County Schools is to graduate ALL students future ready and globally competitive.

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New District Wide Grading
Report Card GradesUnder the new scale grades and grade point average calculations will be applied as follows:
A:   90-100  =  4.0
B:   80 - 89  =  3.0
C:   70 - 79  =  2.0
D:   60 - 69  =  1.0
F:    < 59     =   0.0

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Signature School Awards 2016  Silver Valley Elementary       East Davidson High School
Silver Valley Elementary East Davidson High School

On December 9th, the Piedmont Triad Education Consortium honored two schools from the Davidson County School District for experiencing significant improvements over the past 12 months. This award is given annually by the PTEC to schools who have experienced growth and increased student, parent, and community engagement. Davidson County Schools is happy to announce this year’s Signature School Awards recipients; East Davidson High School and Silver Valley Elementary. Superintendent Dr. Lory Morrow said, “Silver Valley and East Davidson deserve the signature schools recognition from PTEC. They continue to focus on growing each child and meeting their learning needs each day. I am extremely proud of the hard work of our teachers and students”. Both schools have been recognized as having increased proficiency and have been highlighted for their amplified measures in engaging parents among other accomplishments. East Davidson was selected to participate in the Instructional Rounds Process that has shown to be very successful in improving the overall quality of teaching while Silver Valley teachers worked together to provide data driven lesson plans effectively and efficiently. Parents remain engaged in the learning and teaching processes by effective communication between the home and school. East Davidson parents were surveyed in order to receive feedback and were happy to be praised regarding their efforts. Silver Valley connected with parents as well, nearly 100 parents, family members and community affiliates sat alongside students to experience what happens in a regular day at school during the school’s first-ever “Bring Your Parents to School” day. Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Emily Lipe said, “We are proud that two of our schools are being honored as recipients” She stated that both schools had shown significant growth and academic achievement. Dr. Lipe added “To earn this designation is indeed an honor and our district is extremely proud of the students, teachers, and administrators at both of these schools”.  


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Yadkin Valley Students and CTE Staff Promote the IT Academy Model

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On April 1, 2016 students at Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy and members of our CTE staff had the unique opportunity to Skype with the South African Delegation and Microsoft Leadership Team. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss and promote the IT Academy model that is currently offered in a number of North Carolina school districts. This program offers high school students the opportunity to become certified in Microsoft Office 2013 with the option to test at the Expert level. Microsoft is currently working with South Africa to develop Academies in their country similar to those being offered in North Carolina. CTE State Consultants asked Davidson County Schools to serve as an example of a successful Microsoft Academy and we were honored to take part. Davidson County Schools was one of the first districts in our state to create a local school board policy that focuses on the Microsoft Credentials. By passing the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification test,  students show that they have mastered the skills necessary to compete in the industry. Currently, every high school in DCS offers the Microsoft Information Technology Academy. We are very proud of our CTE students and staff who have made this program a model of success to be showcased for
other districts. Click here to read the Dispatch article about this event.
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