Parent Information

"Grab and Go”, lunches only, will be available this summer for all children ages 1 - 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday (no meals given out on Fridays). This new lunch schedule will be served at the following schools: Antelope, Buffalo Point, Clearfield High, Foxboro, Meadowbrook, Northridge High, Sand Springs, Stewart, and Wasatch for the month of June starting Monday, June 1.  Locations and menus are subject to change in July.

 SEE YOU IN THE FALL

A reminder that Kindergarten registration materials are available now.  Summer office hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 until 12:30.  Kindergarten Round-up Activity will be held in August, prior to school starting for students to visit the school and visit with their teachers.  

KINDERGARTEN PARENTS - QUESTIONS ABOUT "IS MY CHILD READY FOR KINDERGARTEN?" FROM YOUR KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS

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BUS LOOP:  We are VERY concerned about the safety of our students aways...but we are having recurring problems in the west bus zone.  A REMINDER THAT THE BUS LOOP ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE BUILDING IS FOR BUSES ONLY.  THIS IS NOT A PICKUP AREA.  PLEASE DO NOT DIRECT YOU STUDENT TO RUN ACROSS THE BUS AREA TO ACCESS THEIR CARS.  THE BUSES ARE TALL AND ABILITY TO SEE A SMALL CHILD WHO MIGHT BE RUNNING NEXT TO THE BUS IS VERY HARD.

 

CLOSING SCHOOLS FOR INCLEMENT WEATHER

The Davis School District reminds parents about procedures the district will use when it considers closing schools for inclement weather. The decision to close schools actually occurs in the early-morning hours when district snow plow drivers are out attempting to clear parking lots before students arrive at school. When plow drivers think conditions are bad, they make calls to the district's maintenance director, transportation director and facilities administrator, who then contact an assistant superintendent and superintendent of schools.

That group then reviews road and weather reports provided by the local media, law enforcement and state highway representatives, and take into account student and employee safety, busing and security. If the superintendent decides to close schools, that decision will be made as early as possible and before school buses hit the roadways.

In the event of a closure, the district will post information on Twitter and Facebook. Parents and guardians will also be notified through a call out and email. Parents who opted in to receive text messages will also receive a text. Additionally, the information will posted to all school webpages. Area radio and TV stations will be notified to spread the word that schools are closed. The stations will only be notified when schools close. They will not be contacted when schools remain open.

The Davis School District recognizes that schools are a public service. Many rely on schools remaining open and serving as a safe haven for children. The district recognizes that many students may be left home without adult supervision as some parents do not have the luxury of choosing to stay home. Closures, due to snow, are rare.

If school closes because of weather, the school day, by state law, must be made up. Parents are also reminded that they may keep their student at home anytime they feel it is unsafe for their student to travel to school. Arrangements will then need to be made with the teacher for makeup work.

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ATTENTION PARENTS OF 4-YEAR OLDS
Want to give your 4-year-old a head start to Kindergarten?  Register and apply for UPSTART!  Davis School District has partnered with Waterford UPSTART to provide this FREE online program.  Research shows students taking part in UPSTART (15 minutes each day) grow 2-3 times faster than their kindergarten peers academically.  You can complete registration online at www.waterfordupstart.org or by phone 800.669.4533.  Don’t pass up this opportunity.  Do it today! A limited number of devices are available on a check out basis to support this program.
 

 

Breakfast and Lunch Programs
Nutrition services provides  breakfast every Monday through friday from 8:15-8:40 am in the multi-purpose room.  Students are to enter the multi-purpose room through the playground door.  Lunch will cost $1.85 and breakfast $1.35.  Payments can be made with a credit card online or by check (in an envelope with the student and teachers' name) to our lunchroom clerk.  Free and reduced lunch applications must be submitted online through my.dsd (on the district website).
 

 

LIBRARY/MEDIA DISCLOSURE 2019-2020

 

How to set up a myDSD Account 

my DSD set-up

1. Open your Web Browser
2. Go to www.davis.k12.ut.us
3. Click on the my.DSD link routing you to the new my.DSD page
4. Click on Request a New Account
5. You will need your student's ID and PIN number call Tolman Elementary
801-402-1900

 

2019-2020 school calendar

 

    

 

      

TOLMAN "HOUSES"

Tolman Elementary is divided into four different "houses".  These four groups meet together once a month to have different activities.

  The “Houses” are:
1.       Black – Altruismo:  unselfish regard for or devotion to the welfare of others
2.       Red – Amistade:  Spanish, meaning friendship
3.       Green – Isibindi:  Zulu, it’s first meaning is ‘courage’ or ‘boldness’
4.       Blue – Reveur:  French, meaning dreamer

We are having “House” activities once a month.  These activities are fun and teach a social skill.  Ask your child about their “House” and the fun activities. 

Please encourage your students to wear their "house shirt" on the Second Friday of each month!  If they don't have a "house shirt", they can  wear their "house" color.