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Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)

  • The Community and Parent Relations Committee (CPR) is dedicated to joining together parents, students, teachers, and staff to increase parent involvement and make a difference in your child's education and functions as Davies Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).

    Benefits of Joining the CPR Committee at Davies

    By participating in the CPR committee you have the opportunity to not only positively influence your child and their school environment but also benefit personally through self-growth. Members can:

    • Be connected. PTO members know what's going on at Davies.
    • Tap into a network. You can share ideas, concerns, and experiences with other parents and teachers, building rapport and discussing the issues most important to you.
    • Make your voice heard. The PTO is the most effective way to suggest changes to Davies.
    • Witness improvement. By getting involved at Davies, you'll be part of the solution, helping make positive changes.
    • Be a role model. You can demonstrate to your child the importance you place on education.

    Get Involved

    If you are interested in being a part of the CPR or have any questions, please contact Felicia Morrobel, Parent Liaison, fmorrobel@daviestech.org.

     

    El Comité de Relaciones Comunitarias y de Padres (CPR) está dedicado a unir padres, estudiantes, maestros y personal para aumentar la participación de los padres y hacer una diferencia en la educación y funciones de su hijo(a) como la Organización de Padres y Maestros de Davies (PTO).

    Beneficios de unirse al Comité de CPR en Davies:

    Al participar en el comité de CPR tiene la oportunidad no sólo de influenciar positivamente a su hijo y su entorno escolar, sino también a beneficiarse personalmente a través del crecimiento personal. Los miembros pueden:

    • Estar conectado. Los miembros de PTO saben lo que está pasando en Davies.
      • Toca en una red. Puede compartir ideas, inquietudes y experiencias con otros padres y maestros, establecer una relación y discutir los temas más importantes para usted.
      • Haz que tu voz sea escuchada. El PTO es la forma más efectiva de sugerir cambios a Davies.
      • Mejora de testigos. Al involucrarse en Davies, será parte de la solución y ayudará a realizar cambios positivos.

    Se un ejemplo a seguir. Puede demostrarle a su hijo la importancia que le da a la educación.
    Participe: Si está interesado en formar parte del CPR o tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese (en español) con Felicia Morrobel, Parent Liaison, fmorrobel@daviestech.org.

     

Frequently Dialed Numbers

  • Attendance Office (available 24 hours): 401.728.1500, ext. 320. Please leave your name, the student's name, and a number where you can be reached.

    Guidance Office (main line): 401.728.1500, ext. 225. Please look up your student's guidance counselor's name and ext. here.

    Felicia Morrobel (Parent Liaison): 401.728.1500, ext. 304.  Se habla español.

    Student Management (David Champagne): 401.728.1500, ext. 320.

  • SAT Prep and Information from the Office of Academics

    Help your students explore their college potential with PSAT 8/9 resources.
    CollegeBoard SAT
     
    Prepare Students and Parents for the PSAT 8/9
    Access Parent Resources
     
    Your students are taking the PSAT™ 8/9 this October. It's a chance for them to start exploring their path to college and beyond.

    Encourage students ages 13 and older to set up a College Board account. It makes it easy for them to access their scores and provides useful tools for every step of their journey to college. Just remind them to link their parents' email to their account when they sign up, so they'll also get reminders and college planning guidance from the College Board.

    Share these resources with your students’ parents to help them get started.
    Access Parent Resources

Key Documents

Parents F.A.Q.

  • What is your grading policy?

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    You can view your child's grades at any time via Pinnacle. To learn more about our grading policy, please click here.

    If you are concerned about your child's performance, please reach out to your child's Guidance Counselor or learn more about the educational support services we offer students. You can also keep track of your child's exam schedule and expected dates for progress reports to be mailed out on our Guidance Calendar.

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  • We want to take a family vacation during school. What do I do?

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    Family vacations during scheduled school days will be considered unexcused absences. Students will be required to obtain work from their teachers before they leave for vacation. They must have their work completed and submitted to their teachers the day they return from vacation. Tests may be made up when it is convenient for the teacher. Davies strongly discourages the use of school days for family vacations.

    Students absent from school are still responsible for the work missed. Please refer to the Student Handbook for guidelines.

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  • What bus can my child take to Davies?

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    Please review our Transportation section.

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  • How can I learn more about my child's teacher?

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    Parents, you have a right to know the professional qualifications of your student's classroom teachers.  Contact us directly with any inquiries.

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  • What are my child's graduation requirements?

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    To graduate, students must acquire a total of twenty-six and one quarter credits to receive a high school diploma. Senior students must successfully pass and complete all but one-half (1/2) credit of their academic courses in order to be eligible for graduation regardless of already accumulated credits.

    All students are required to demonstrate proficiency on the NECAP (New England Common Assessment Program) Math, Language Arts, and Writing assessments. Completion of 2 performances assessments (exhibitions, portfolios and/or comprehensive course assessments) is also required.

    Click here to learn more about the Rhode Island Diploma System.

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