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What’s Happening at Daviess County Public Schools this Week?

Let’s find out what’s going on with Daviess County Public Schools this week. Just scroll down to your school.

Lora Wimsatt, DCPS Public Relations, files this schedule:

Southern Oaks Elementary School          

Tuesday, March 19th – FPS regional Competition at OC K-3 Campus.

Friday, March 22nd – School wide “Take Part in the Arts” day. 8:00 – 1:00

Audubon Elementary School                     

Tuesday – Orange Leaf Fundraiser for Audubon Noon to 10:00 pm—mention Audubon and our school will receive 25% from all purchases

Thursday – 1:40 AR Bingo Celebration

Thursday – 5:15 Jump Rope Performance; Family Math Night

 Burns Elementary School

Tuesday, March 19th:

  • FPS Team will be competing in Regional Governor’s Cup.

 

Wednesday, March 20th:

  • 3rd Grade will be taking a field trip to Mammoth Cave.

Friday, March 22nd:

  • 4th will be taking a field trip to the Louisville Science Center.
  • 5th will be taking a field trip to Brescia College.

Saturday, March 23rd:

  • Regional Governor’s Cup- The BES Future Problem Solving team and two other students will be competing.

Country Heights Elementary School 

CHES fifth-graders will be leaving Wednesday afternoon (4:45) for Washington, D.C.

 Deer Park Elementary School

Monday, March 25

Fifth graders travel to the US Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, AL for an overnight trip. Surveyor™ is a great way for larger groups to experience the excitement of space flight! Surveyor is a one-night, structured educational adventure that allows students, educators and chaperones the opportunity to explore the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Trainees in the Surveyor Program prepare for a tumble spin on the Multi-Axis Trainer and experience the 5-Degrees of Freedom Chair! They see an IMAX® or a 3-D Movie in our on-site theaters, and build and launch paper rockets. They also have a science briefing that is correlated to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education national core curriculum standards.

Tuesday, March 26

Fifth graders return from the US Space and Rocket Center.

Wednesday, March 27

Ranger Rally 1PM, students are recognized for their achievements

Thursday, March 28

Hat Day

STLP State Competition

 

 East View Elementary School
Tuesday, March 19 –EVES Spring Pictures!  SMILE!

Thursday, March 21 –EVES Spring Play “Hats” – East View’s 2nd graders will be performing “Hats!” on March 21st at 1:00 and 6:00.  This is a mini musical that features several solos and it is about making good choices in life, with the different ‘hats’ we wear.  We plan to incorporate Leader in Me terminology using the 7 habits into this performance.  It is free to the public at 6:00 and 1:30 is for school, but we do allow parents at the 1:30 show.

 

Friday, March 22 – RAYS Breakfast –A special breakfast to celebrate our RAYS for the month of March!  Breakfast begins at 7 in the EVES cafeteria.

Friday, March 22 –EVES Volunteer Day – We invite all of our wonderful volunteers to come in and lend a hand on this day.  Lunch is FREE for volunteers and we will be providing FREE childcare (ages 2 and up only please) for volunteers between the hours of 12 pm -2 pm.

Highland Elementary School 

All Week:   K and 1st grade Rehearsal Week for Program

Monday:

1:00  4th and 5th grade Symphony Concert

5:30  p.m.  Kindergarten Tour

5:30  Orientation meeting for fifth-graders who will enter DCMS next year

 

Thursday and Friday:

8:00 a.m.     “Fear the Hornets” KPREP Scrimmage Test (grades 3-5)

Saturday:

Regional Academic Team Meet – 8 a.m. at Owensboro Catholic 4-6 Campus

Color Run –  English Park

 Meadow Lands Elementary School         

Monday, March 18th- 11:00-1:00 Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

2:30-4:00 MLES Spring Running Club begins preparation for the annual BBQ Festival 5K race

Wednesday, March 20th – 6:00 pm- MLES 5th graders leave for Washington, D.C. on a three day adventures to tour our Nation’s Capital.

Saturday, March 23rd- MLES Academic Team competes in the Regional Academic Competition

 Sorgho Elementary School                         

Monday, March 18th- Leadership Celebration Assemblies at 8:15 (intermediate) and 9:15 – including habit hero awards

Thursday, March 21st- Rescheduled SBDM meeting at 3:00, P3 Sorgho Students attend Botancial Gardens Tour

 Tamarack Elementary School                    

Tuesday – 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm.  “AESOP’s FABLES” a musical will be presented by our 1st and 2nd grade students.

3:30 Regional Academic Team Competition will take place at O’boro Catholic 4-6 Campus.  Tamarack’s Future Problem Solving Team will be competing.

Saturday – Members of the TES Cross Country team will participate in the Color Blast 5 K

Members of the TES Academic Team will participate in the Regional Governor’s Cup Competition at Catholic 4-6 Campus.

 West Louisville Elementary School
Mon., Mar. 18   – county government officials make presentation to 3rd and 4th graders, 9:00

Wed., Mar. 20   – Shelly, from the Wendell Foster Center, reads to 3rd graders, 12:30 and 1:10

 Burns Middle School                                     

Tuesday – March 19 – 3:45-5 p.m. – Teen Outreach Program Meeting (FCS Room)

Thursday – March 21 – 6 to 7 p.m. – BMS Band Festival Concert (6th, 7th & 8th grade bands) – BMS Big Gym

Friday – March 22 – 8:15-10:15 a.m. – KPREP Scrimmage

Friday, March 22 – 7:30-8 a.m. – CHAMPS Club meeting (Mrs. Phillips Room – room 604)

Daviess County Middle School
Monday, March 18th – DCMS is hosting orientation for incoming 6th Grade students at 5:30 p.m.

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