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Do you have ideas for how our school can grow? Concerns you feel our administration needs to know? Have a shout-out for a teacher or student who is going above and beyond? Have items or services to donate? Share them here: shorturl.at/clG15

The WRD library and makerspace accept donations of art and craft supplies, sanitizing wipes, and new or gently used books.

List of vaccines required by the state of North Carolina for Kindergarteners in the 2023-2024 school year.

List of vaccines required by the state of North Carolina for Kindergarteners in the 2023-2024 school year.

Order your yearbook online at www.strawbridge.com with code YB29248. Cost $20. Due March 8, 2024.

On Tuesday, February 27 wear an outfit to show us your favorite color, sports team, musician, book, animal, movie - anything!

Friday, March 1st wear camo or animal prints.

The Scholastic Book Fair will be at WRDES Monday, March 18th-Friday, March 22nd. It will be open during the school day and during our Family Event on Thursday, March 21st from 6:00pm-7:30pm. Visit bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/wrdesto shop online and preview the books.

WRDES needs approved volunteers to help with the bookfair Monday, March 18th-Friday, March 22nd during the school day and from 6:00pm-7:30pm on Thursday, March 21st. Contact Debra Woodruff at the school if you are available.

WRD will be celebrating Read Across America Week with special dress-up days.

Monday, March 4th - Fox in Socks Day - wear silly socks

Tuesday, March 5th - Cat in the Hat Day- wear a hat or dress as a Seuss character

Wednesday, March 6th - WHO are you?- dress as a career you would like to have

Thursday, March 7th - Green Eggs & Ham Day - Wear pajamas

Friday, March 8th - If I Ran the Zoo Day - dress as an animal

Happening Today at DCS

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WRD At A Glance

Facts + Figures

“As your superintendent, I will stand on the shoulders of the exceptional leaders who preceded me and strive to lead DCS to even higher levels of achievement.” 

Superintendent Jeff Wallace

6,000

Students Enrolled in DCS

"I feel like I have purpose at DCS, and really have the opportunity to make a difference."

Jinda Haynes, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

2022

Named a North Carolina 'Signature School'

82%

of Davie County Schools Met or Exceeded Growth In 2019

“Whether a student enters the workforce right out of high school, enlists in the military, or enrolls in an institute of higher learning, Davie County Schools' Career and Technical Education provides important career and life skills to transition students to successful and productive citizens..” 

Anthony Davis
Director of Career & Technical Education and Federal Programs 

 

88%

Of Students Graduated in 4 Years

"DCHS is a student-centered environment with programs designed to put students in the driver's seat for their future. We are proud to have world-class CTE, art, music, theatre, and dance programs to go along with our consistently great core programming."  

Michael Pruitt
Davie County High School Principal