DEA represents a majority of the licensed professionals who work for the Davis School District in Davis County, Utah. This site is intended to serve as a resource for members, providing information on the governance of the Association, current issues, current collective bargaining agreements, contact information, as well as a link to other relevant resources.
The DEA’s president is Don Paver. As president, Don is on half-time release from his fifth grade classroom at Columbia Elementary. He can be reached at (801) 451-2277 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don and the DEA staff are always available to answer questions, provide information, and give support to DEA members as they serve the public school community in Davis County.
Davis Education Association Office 85 South 185 East Farmington, UT 84025 Call:801-451-2277 Fax:801-451-0352
The Board of Education of the Davis School District postponed adopting a 2014-15 school year calendar during its regular meeting Tuesday.
Board members said they had heard from several patrons concerned about the proposed one-day Spring Break. District staff were then directed to draft a proposal that includes a multi-day Spring Break.
Board members would like to receive public input on that proposed calendar. To view the proposed calendar, click here. To comment, Take Survey. Comments will be taken until 4 p.m. Jan. 16
Mon, 13 Jan 2014 17:28:00 +0000 Senator looking to increase parental responsibility in schools Sen. Aaron Osmond, R-South Jordan, has unveiled three pieces of legislation that seek to give parents more control over the education their child receives, but there is a catch. His proposal calls on parents to sign a contract that makes certain that with this newfound power comes additional responsibility. Read the Article
Wed, 04 Dec 2013 17:06:00 +0000 Schools Separate and Unequal As a report on politico.com noted, if U.S schools with 10 percent or fewer students eligible for subsidized lunches were separated from the rest and treated as a nation, their scores would be second only to those in Shanghai in reading and science, while the math results would rank sixth in the world. That is considerably different than the 26th ranking the U.S. scored in math, 21st in science and 17th in reading. Read the Deseret News Editorial