First Day Packet
Drop Off/Pick Up Procedures (All Parents and Students)
Student Check In/Check Out (All Parents and Students)
New procedures were adopted district wide to increase safety for all students. All students must be checked out by a parent/guardian or emergency contact. Please make sure your emergency contacts are updated!
Volunteer Agreement Form (All Volunteers)
Anyone who wished to volunteer at Kay's Creek Elementary needs to read, sign, and return the volunteer form to the school.
Technology Acceptable Use Agreement - Web instructions (All Parents - ACKNOWLEDGE receipt online or PRINT, SIGN, and RETURN signature page to your child's teacher.)
Every student and his/her parent or guarding must annually review the expectations for use contained in the Davis School District Technology Resources Acceptable Use Agreement (AUA) and acknowledge receipt of this information. You may review and verity receipt of the AUA either online, by following the directions on the above link, or by requesting a printed copy of the AUA from the school and returning the signature page to the school office.
Free/Reduced Meals (Action - if applicable)
Lunch applications will be available for you to fill out and submit online under myDSD guardian account. Only one application is needed per household per school year. You are responsible to pay for all school meals until your application has been approved. You will be notified by email when your appliaction has been processed. If you have questions, you may the Nutrition Services office at 801-402-7647.
Memo Regarding Student Interview/Photograph/Videotape (All Parents)
If you DO NOT want your student to be involved in one or all of these instances, please fill out this form and return it to the school. Please note, your permission will be assumed if the school does not receive this form.
Lunch Bell Schedule
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Log in to myDSD to check attendance, see your child's school lunch balance and add money to the account, pay school fees, and so much more!
Should I Send My Child to School?
These guidelines may be used in determining if your child should be kept home from school.
Insurance (Action - if applicable)
Click here for more information.
Is your child covered by a high-deductible employer plan? If you have to pay hundreds, or even thousands of dollars in order to meet your deductible, the K-12 Accident insurance plan can reimburse you for your children's eligible medical expenses as you continue to work toward meeting the deductible on your employer plan. Click here for more information.