DAVIS SCHOOL DISTRICT
Online Learning Options for Grades 9-12
Davis School District students have the opportunity to utilize online education as part of their schooling experience. Students can access online courses through two options:
Option 1: Utah Statewide Online Education Program
In this program, students take classes from state (Utah State Board of Education USBE) certified providers that are outside of the Davis School District System.
Click here for answers to Frequently Asked Questions about this program.
Option 2: Davis Connect (Utah Students Connect) Online Courses
If you are a student in the Davis School District, you can sign up for online credits above your regular school day schedule (for original or remedial credit). Courses are free to the student except for classes which require fees such as driver’s education. A final proctored test will be issued at the end of each term for each course. Final testing will be held at the student's school, or at the district offices. To sign up for a Utah Students Connect online course, see your counselor. If you'd like more information, check out the website http://www.utahstudentsconnect.org.
- College and Career Readiness - Parent Toolkit
- Community Resources
- CTE Pathways
- Graduation Requirements
- Helpful Websites
- Math Links
- Mental Health Resources
- Online Learning
- Student Interventions
- What do we do?
What is CTE?
What is a CTE Pathway?
How can it benefit me?
These questions and much more can be answered at the
Career and Technical Education section
of the Utah State Board of Education website
The Carnegie Learning Resource Center provides digital editions of all student and teacher materials for viewing and printing, as well as interactive "See It, Try It" modules. The Resource Center is accessible to parents, students, and teachers.
1. In your web browser, visit: http://resources.carnegielearning.com
2. Click the 'Register' link in the light blue bar at the upper right of the page.
3. Click on 'Register as a Student' link.
4. Enter your student access code:
a. Note this code is specific to your school.
5. Enter the rest of your contact information.
6. Click 'Register' button.
7. You will be sent an activation e-mail. Open this email and click the activation link.
8. You are now registered to use the Carnegie Learning Resource Center! Log into the site using your email address and your password.
Using the Resource Center
*To access Textbook files, click on the 'Textbooks' button.
*To launch the Cognitive Tutor software, click on the 'Software' button. Ask your teacher for your Cognitive Tutor username.
*For help with your Resource Center account or with the software or textbooks, click on the 'Support' Button.
*If you are using the Cognitive Tutor software for the first time, there is a helpful interactive tutorial on the 'Training' page. Other helpful documents are on the 'Support' page.
*Use the 'Your Account' page to change your account presferences.
*If you require help while registering for or using the Carnegie Learning Resource Center, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 877-401-2527.
Listed below are a variety of community of resources that are available that many families of our students have found beneficial.
General Referral Information
When seeking services for your family...
- Begin with your family physician or pediatrician
- Refer to your own insurance company
The Counseling Center
386 N. Main Street
Centerville, UT 84014
The center offers a new approach to therapy. Talking about your thoughts and feelings with friends or family can make you feel better, but they can't always provide you with the help you need. A therapist is a healthy alternative...AND can be affordable too! They accept most insurance plans, cash, credit, check, Bishop pay, and will work on a sliding scale.
Family Enrichment Center
320 S. 500 E.
Kaysville, UT 84037
801-402-7309 ext. 116
The Center assists parents in taking a proactive approach to develop a whole, healthy family by making available materials, training, and support. Information is readily available to all families in Davis County. Their lending library has information on a wide variety of issues. Call for a current class list or additional information.
Family Connection Center
1360 E. 1450 S.
Clearfield, UT 84015
FCC offers classes for children such as self-esteem/friends group as well as several parenting classes. They have updated class listings in the winter, spring, summer, and fall. Call for an updated list, cost, or to register. They also provide a 24-hour emergency day and night care for children.
Davis Behavioral Health
934 S. Main St
Layton, UT 84010
DBH offers classes for children and parents including Anger Kids, Self-Esteem, Strengthening Families, and Love & Logic. Classes are offered on various nights of the week. Call for class listings, cost, and to register for any classes. Cost is minimal and can be waived for some families. Individaul, family, and group therapy is also available based on individual needs. The cost is based on a sliding scale.
Youth Outreach Center
1353 N. 1075 W., Suite 101
Groups for children 10 yrs and older. No cost for group or family therapy. Evening groups include anger management, self-esteem, Love and Logic for kids. Call for a current class list or additional information.
The Summit Family Foundation--A Center for Grieving Children
1708 E. 5500 S., Suite 18
South Harrison Plaza
South Ogden, UT 84403
This is a support center for children and their families who are grieving the loss of somebody they love. They provide support groups for death, divorce and separation, foster care, and complicated grief. There is no charge for attending these groups.
Davis Counseling Center
1466 N. Hwy 89, Suite 230
Farmington, UT 84025
This is a private practice that provides counseling for a variety of isses.
LGBTQ AFfirmative Group
This group is dedicated to supporting teens and young adults (and their families) that identify as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender or are questioning their sexual orientation. Looking to improve the well-being of LGBTQ teens and young adults by providing services that promote postitive mental health and effective parenting and family support. Join for an inclusive weekly meeting where parents and youth are able to break off for sessions focused on their own unique needs. Groups are co-led by trained therapists and/or psychologists (members of the LGBTQ Affirmation Psychotherapist Guild of Utah)
Group meets weekly--Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m.
No registration cost, just show up
NBCG--415 Medical STE D101
The Trevor Hotline
(24-hour Suicide Hotline for Gay Youth)
Resilient Solutions Inc.
1355 N. Main St
Bountiful, UT 84010
Family & Group Therapy
Valley Behavorial Health
Behavioral healthcare specializing in mental health, substance abuse and prevention.
1470 North Main Street Bountiful, UT
LDS Family Services
LDS Family Services provides short-term professional counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Services need to be authorized by a bishop, stake president, or mission president.
Hospital mental health services:
McKay-Dee Behavioral Health Institute, Ogden: 801-387-5600
Primary Children's Medical Center, SLC: 801-588-2000
U of U Neuropsychiatric Institute, SLC: 801-583-2500
Davis School District Student Services Prevention Lessons and Resources
Dial 211 for help and information.
211 can help you learn about food, health, housing, utilities, jobs, veterans, re-entry, and even human trafficking.
How Will You Pay For College?
Regents' Scholarship encourages Utah high school students to prepare for college academically and financially by taking a core course of study and saving for college. The scholarship may be used at any public college or university in the Utah Systems of Higher Education, as well as at Brigham Young University-Provo, LDS Business College, and Westminister College.
The New Century scholarship encourages students to accelerate their education by earning an Associate's Degree in high school from an institution within the Utah System of Higher Education. The scholarship may be used at a 4-year public college or university within the Utah Systems of Higher Education, as well at Brigham Young University and Westminster College.
Utah Scholars have made the choice to be ready for their futures by committing to take the Utah Scholars Core Course of Study in grades 9-12. This curriculum in within everyone’s reach and will prepare students for what comes next.
Utah Scholars partners school districts with local community and business leaders in an effort to increase the number of Utah students accessing and completing post-secondary education. We are part of the state’s goal to see 66% of Utah adults achieve a college education by 2020. Utah Scholars volunteers encourage students in our partner schools to take the Core Course of Study throughout all four years of high school.
To become a Utah Scholar, students must take the following courses taken during grades 9-12*:
4 years of English
4 years of progressively advanced math (Math through your senior year, including Elementary Algebra (Algebra I), Geometry, Intermediate Algebra (Algebra II) and another advanced math class)
3.5 years of social science
3 years of lab sciences (one each of biology, chemistry, and physics)
2 years of the same foreign language taken in a progressive manner during grades 9-12
Learn more about the free application for federal student aid. Every student should start here to see what type of funding they can qualify from the government.
The "Pyramid of Interventions" approach includes being proactive and making interventions that encourage and support the student to be more successful in their learning and personal development.
In educational terms, any action taken to help a student be more successful in school may be considered an intervention. Interventions are not punishments. They are strategies to enhance learning, encourage good behavior, and minimize disruption. The South Davis Junior High Intervention Pyramid is designed to provide options to educators who feel a student may need assistance to be more successful. If improvements are not shown, a student's situation is reviewed by the Local Case Management Team (LCMT). This team is comprised of administrators, counselors, the school psychologist, classroom teachers, and a special education teacher.
Parents may not always be notified of minor, classroom-based interventions, but they will always be notified before major changes are made. Intervention success is a result of collaboration between the LCMT and the parents. If you would like to know more, please review our Pyramid of Intervention that is linked above, or contact the counseling center or administrators.
School Counselors....What do we do?
College and Career Readiness
- 4 Year planning with 8th and 9th graders
- Individual CCR meetings with all of our students and their parents (8th and 9th grades)
- College and Career Awareness (CCA) lessons given to all 7th graders by the counselors in their College and Career Awareness classes
- Career Speakers during plus period
- UtahFutures presentations and lesson plans given to all students (7th, 8th, and 9th grades)
- Mock Interview day for 9th graders
- Local Case Management Team meetings weekly
- Individual CCR meetings with our students and their parents (8th and 9th grades)
- Personal trackers with a parent component
- Cone meetings with feeder high school
- Monthly district counselor meetings
- Weekly faculty development activities and meetings
- Utah School Counselor Association's continuing education meetings
- Incoming 7th grade orientation
- 7th grade camp
- Back to school night
- Parent/Teacher conferences
- Participates in community council meetings
- Spanish speaking parent nights
- New student registration
- Incoming 7th grade registration at 7th grade orientation
- Home issues
- Friend issues
- Suicide prevention and counseling
- Individual grief counseling
- Classroom presentation of See Something...Say Something
- New student scheduling
- Assist with school's master schedule
- Schedule changes