Character Theme: Humility
Word of the Week: Encouragement
Congratulations, Ms. McMunn and DCHS Beta Club!
Savannah Keith qualifies for NATIONAL Convention!
We are proud of you, Savannah, 5th Place!
Savannah placed 5th in the speech division at the Beta Club Convention in Savannah last week. As such, she qualified for the National Convention this summer! Others attending the convention include: Hannah Crowell, Cassidy Jones, and Callie Pendergrass.
Congratulations, Major Tommy Bradford!
Optimist Citizen of the Quarter!

Former Dade County School Resource Officer, Tommy Bradford, is shown with his new bionic leg at the Optimist Club meeting on February 5, 2019, where he was honored as Citizen of the Quarter.

From Left to Right: President Sarah Moore, Davis Principal Josh Ingle, Major Bradford, Mary Ann Bradford
Oratorical Winners from DES and DCHS students bring joy to the Davis Daddy/Daughter Dance Saturday!
February 11-15, 2019

Theme: Humility
Word of the Week: Encouragement

EQ: Do I encourage others?

Monday - DCHS Young Authors Meeting at 1p, DMS PTO Meeting at 4p
Everyone needs encouragement. Some people may need more than others, but everyone needs some now and then. Anna Ballard, DMS

Tuesday - Lincoln's Birthday, CHAMPS, DCHS Baseball vs. Gordon Lee at 5p, STEM Night at DES at 5p
When I'm having a bad day, my friends encourage me to keep going. When I think about it, don’t they deserve my encouragement too? Makaela Chance, DMS

Wednesday - DES on KWN's "Reading, Writing a n d Arithmetic" at 1:00 p.m.,
I was encouraged by friends to audition for a play. I figured that I wouldn’t make it, but I did. Now I’m glad I got the push needed to do something I enjoy. Arianna Clayton, DMS

Thursday - CHAMPS, Project Christopher at 2p at DMS, Baseball vs. Lafayette at 5p
Often, we are our greatest critics. I find myself asking, "Why we can’t be our greatest encouragers?" Ruth Pack, DMS

Friday - STATE WRESTLING Tournament
An example of encouragement: Coach Morris always told us we’d get there one day, and that made all the difference. Abby Moore, DCHS

NO School Monday, Presidents Day