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Please make sure all fees/fines are paid for in full. Students must have all fees/fines paid for in full in order to receive their yearbook and to participate in end of the year activities (such as going to Lagoon!) DMS is "The Place To Be!"

Activities, Clubs, Contests

Activities, Clubs, Contests

It is easy to get involved at Davis Middle School. We have many activities, clubs, and special opportunities. Listen to daily announcements to learn about these activities as they become available.

Performing Arts: Band, Choir & Strings

Possible Opportunities: Student Council, Yearbook, Robotics, Academic Bowl, Spelling Bee, Math Counts, Chess Club, Speech & Debate, Talent Show, DMS Musical or others that students and teachers would like to organize.

Sports:7th & 8th grade Boys’ & Girls’ Basketball; 7th & 8th grade Boys’ Football; 6th, 7th, & 8th grade Boys’ & Girls’ Swimming; 6th, 7th & 8th grade Boys’ & Girls’ Track; 7th & 8th grade Girls’ Volleyball; 6th, 7th, & 8th grade Boys’ Wrestling.

****A physical and emergency card is REQUIRED BEFORE your student is allowed to try-out or participates in any sports related activity. Physicals for the current year need to be dated AFTER June 1, 2016. You are welcome to pick up a physical form in the DMS Office or the physician’s office should also have them. Any further questions – please call the DMS Office at 789-8096.

Eligibility for Extra-Curricular Activities

A student having two or more F’s in any subject for more than one week will be ineligible to participate in the activity for that week. Grades are checked every Thursday and coaches are given an updated list each week.

Students absent from school on the day of the activity will not be eligible to participate in the event without a doctor’s note. Missing four classes or more constitutes a full day absence.

Work Hard-Play Hard

If a student has any D’s or F’s in any subject, that student will not participate in the reward activity.Instead, the student will be given the opportunity to work on any missing assignments and improve their grade(s). We encourage parents to not check out students at this time so the student may get their work caught up. This is not a punishment, but an opportunity to help your student.