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Enrollment/Registration takes place at your ‘neighborhood’ school according to your physical home address.  Please use the school site locator feature on the district website to determine your neighborhood school.  Click here for general registration information.  If you are not currently a Davis resident, please click here for information on the Inter District Transfer process. 

NEW REQUIREMENT: Incoming 7th Grade Students Need Tdap Vaccine.  
In order to enter 7th grade the student must show proof of having received a Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) vaccine.  Students who have yet to submit proof of vaccine must bring it to registration in August.  For more information click here.

District News

Davis Enterprise: Davis Farm to School thanks custodians
Posted by: Bill Storm
Published: 8/11/14

SNS Director Dominic Machi featured in "Who's Cooking School Lunch?" article
Posted by: Bill Storm
Published: 7/29/14

Keeping Summer's Reading List Diverse
One way to prepare children for success in the future is to make sure they have familiarity with the broad and diverse world they are growing up into.  As we swing into summer and the change of schedules for them, think about using summer rea... Continue
Posted by: Bill Storm
Published: 6/16/14