Announcements From Davies

  • Communi-Key
    Cumberland, North Smithfield & Lincoln Prevention Coalitions

    February Newsletter

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  • The Rhode Island Department of Education 2021 Survey has begun!

    SurveyWorks is a statewide survey sent out annually to hear from Rhode Islanders directly about their experiences in our state's public schools. The 2020-21 Survey is now open! Help improve Davies by providing honest feedback. It takes only 20 minutes. Please be advised, this link is for parents/guardians only. Students and staff will receive a different link. Thank you.

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  • Click here for access Gradebook website

    Click here for Gradebook Symbols and Protocols

    Gradebook Instructional Video

    Username = student's ID number-FLLLL (Parent/Guardian's first initial of first name, first four letters of last name)
    Password = student's date of birth (mmddyyyy) no formatting characters

    Nombre de usuario: número de identificación del estudiante-FLLLL (el padres primera inicial del primer nombre, primeras cuatro letras del apellido) ejemplo: 123456789-JSMIT
    Contraseña: Fecha de nacimiento del estudiante (sin caracteres de formato) ejemplo: mmddyyyy 
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  • Parent Workshops

    All of the parent workshops dates and descriptions


    Register for the parent workshops:


    Next parent workshop:

    “Social Media: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly”

    Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 6-7:30pm

    According to recent research (Commonsense Media), the average teen (ages 13-18) spends about nine hours on social media a day and tweens (ages 8-12) about six hours a day.  Multitasking has become a common theme in our lives.  It’s a wonder how we manage it all. We depend on our smartphones for work, school, our personal and social lives.  When was the last time you left home without your phone and kept on going? The internet has become a significant part of our daily lives.  Social media has its positives (the good), its cautionary tales (the bad), and the dangers (the ugly) that lurk and impact the lives of teens.

    • Discuss strategies for managing online information and keeping it secure from online risk, tips for protecting your privacy
    • Discuss self- image and identity and the role it plays on adolescents
    • Explore digital life versus offline identity, your digital footprint
    • Relationships and communication
    • Cyberbullying, its types, and effects
    • What do we do about it

    “Medios sociales: lo bueno, lo malo y lo feo”

    Thursday, February 25th 6-7:30pm

    Según una investigación reciente (Common sense Media), el adolescente (de 13 a 18 años de edad) pasa unas nueve horas en las redes sociales al día y los adolescentes de 8 a 12 años de edad aproximadamente seis horas al día. La multitarea se ha convertido en un tema común en nuestras vidas. Es una maravilla cómo lo manejamos todo. Dependemos de nuestros Iphones para el trabajo, la escuela, nuestra vida personal y social. ¿Cuándo fue la última vez que dejó su hogar sin su teléfono y siguió adelante? Internet se ha convertido en una parte importante de nuestra vida cotidiana. Las redes sociales tienen sus aspectos positivos (lo bueno), sus cuentas de advertencia (lo malo) y los peligros (lo feo) que acechan e impactan las vidas de los adolescentes.

    • Analice las estrategias para administrar la información en línea y mantenerla a salvo de los riesgos en línea, consejos para proteger su privacidad
    • Discutir la autoimagen y la identidad y el papel que desempeña en los adolescentes
    • Explora la vida digital frente a la identidad sin conexión, tu huella digital
    • Relaciones y comunicación
    • Acoso cibernético, sus tipos y efectos
    • Qué hacemos al respecto
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  • Scholarship Website for Seniors

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  • Lunch Money Information

    How to add money to your student's account for touchless transactions.

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  • Enfrentandose a la perdida durante COVID-19: Recurso del taller para padres

     COVID19 ha cambiado la forma en que vemos el dolor y la pérdida. Nuestra nación está sufriendo la pérdida de nuestra rutina diaria, la forma en que decimos adiós a nuestro ser querido, y ha traído a la superficie sentimientos de depresión que realmente no podríamos identificar. Nos ha hecho enfrentar el proceso de duelo de frente con sentimientos de ira, depresión, negación, negociación y finalmente aceptación. Hablemos de cómo los adultos lidiamos con todos estos sentimientos impredecibles y cómo manejamos hablar con nuestros hijos sobre la pérdida y la incertidumbre.

    PDF Document

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  • Coping with Loss During COVID19: Parent Workshop Resource

    COVID19 has changed the way we look at grief and loss. Our nation is grieving the loss of our daily routine, the way we say goodbye to our loved one, and it has brought to the surface feelings of depression that we really could not identify. It’s made us face the grieving process head on with feelings of anger, depression, denial, bargaining, and finally acceptance. Let’s talk about how we as adults are dealing with all of these unpredictable feelings and how we manage talking to our children about loss and uncertainty.

    PDF Presentation

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  • New Inclement Weather Policy

    Click here to read the new policy.

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  • MegaSkills at Davies: A Program to Develop the Life Skills Needed for Success in School & Beyond.

    The video is from the 2012 Spanish session of MegaSkills but it's a great look into the program. We are currently soliciting families for this year's English and Spanish sessions of MegaSkills.

    To Register or Ask Questions, Please Contact:Felicia Morrobel, Parent Liaison 728-1500 x 304 or

    MegaSkills at Davies: A Program to Develop the Life Skills Needed for Success in School & Beyond.

    Confidence, perseverance, team work, motivation, caring, effort, focus, responsibility, common sense, initiative, and problem solving. We call these eleven areas MegaSkills. Through our free program at Davies, you can help your child:

    Do better at school.
    Strengthen family bonds.
    Get along better with others by equipping them with these essential life skills.

    The MegaSkills program isn’t only for Davies parents. Teachers, students, family friend, relative or anyone else who has a connection with your student. We have parents who decide to attend solo and parents who decide to have their student attend with them. The choice is yours!Program Description:When you take our free MegaSkills program, you can expect:
    •Weekly activities and learning strategies to use at home
    •To learn confidence, focus, motivation, and more MegaSkills in a relaxed, supportive environment
    •To receive a “Completion of Program” certificate when you attend all the classes
    •A chance to win a weekly door prize

    To Register or Ask Questions, Please Contact:Felicia Morrobel, Parent Liaison 728-1500 x 304 or
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  • Student Accident Insurance Information is available now for the 20-21 year

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  • Daily Announcements

    Head over to the daily morning announcements by clicking here.

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  • Online Safety Tips

    The vast majority of us use the internet to socialize, work, learn, and play. But widespread use doesn’t necessarily mean widespread understanding. The good news is there are easy ways to keep your internet use safe and constructive. We’ve compiled some of our best advice here.

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